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Articles November 2014 Issue

Organic Crops Found Higher in Antioxidants

But it's uncertain how nutrition differences translate to health benefits.

Are organic fruits, vegetables and grains better for you? No one disputes that organic foods are lower in synthetic pesticides, though how important that is to your health remains controversial, as long as levels fall below EPA thresholds. But most studies have found little difference between organic and conventionally grown crops in nutritional value.

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