Viewpoint: Organic or conventional produce? Doesn’t matter—just eat more fruits and vegetables

| | September 9, 2019
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All fruits and vegetables are good for you, but when people start talking about how to eat healthy, the word “organic” tends to pop up a little too often.

The health differences between organic and conventional (non-organic) produce are vanishingly small. Pesticide residues are next-to-nothing on both. Nutrient content may vary slightly, but not enough to make a real difference in your diet.

Read full, original article: Eating Fruits and Vegetables Is More Important Than Eating Organic

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