Eating organic food associated with longer lives (in flies)

The following is an edited excerpt.

In a new study at Southern Methodist University, researchers raised fruit flies on extracts of typical grocery store produce. Different groups of flies received either organic or conventional versions of potatoes, soybeans, raisins, or bananas, all purchased from the same Texas Whole Foods. Fruit flies fed organic produce from Whole Foods lived longer and laid more eggs than those fed the store’s conventionally grown offerings.

View the original article here: Study: Eating Organic Food Associated With Longer Lives (in Flies)

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