Do You Know What Produce You Should Buy Organic?
Buying organic fruits and vegetables is super important for our health, but it can get costly pretty fast. A visit to a high-end grocery store such as Whole Foods or Market of Choice can reach $100 in a blink of an eye. For many of us, this is not an option.
It turns out that we don’t always have to buy organic. Some foods are more likely to contain pesticides than others. EWG (Environmental Working Group, ewg.org) puts out a Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen list every year. Follow it to know which veggies and fruits should be organic and which are okay conventionally grown.
You can learn more about this in Dr. Mark Hyman’s new book, The Pegan Diet. But you can start checking the list below:
Best to buy organic:
Ok to buy conventionally grown:
Sweet peas (frozen)