Do you have to eat only organic foods to be healthier, way healthier than the standard population? No.
How about you do the best you can and eat organic at least most of the time.
Besides the basic sense that eating foods free of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides is likely to be better for you since you’re not eating deadly poison in small quantities; there is mounting and obvious evidence that organically grown foods contain more nutrients in them.
In a review of 400 published papers (that’s 400) comparing organic and non organic foods, Soil Association Certification ltd. of the United Kingdom determined organic crops are higher in essential nutrients.
By the way, it’s all organic, the difference is whether your food has been grown in optimal Nutrient Rich soils and free of the stuff that’s causing those soils to spoil over time. (all the chemicals)
We’ll get into organic in The Nutrient Rich Revolution: Eat Better, Not Less!, and Andrea Beaman shows you how to navigate foods in The Nutrient Rich Lifestyle Guides.
Get this and get on with your life free of weight and health issues! Eating organic means alot, whether you’re eating plant based or animal based, more on that later.