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Eat Organic Food, Lower Global Warming?

Eat Organic Food, Lower Global Warming?

Eating organic food not only is good for you, it’s good for the planet! Organic farming may be one of the most powerful tools in the fight against global warming. It follows, then, that the more organic food you eat instead of conventionally grown food, the more...

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5 Reasons to Support Organic Farmers

5 Reasons to Support Organic Farmers

Organic food has many health benefits, from being fresher, containing far fewer pesticides, being more nutritious, and not containing any genetically modified organisms (GMOs). So eating organic produce, meat and dairy is personally beneficial to you and your family....

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Beginner’s Guide to Going Organic

Beginner’s Guide to Going Organic

“Going organic” can seem overwhelming: How do I know this produce really is organic? Where do I find certified organic food? How can I fit organic foods into my family’s food budget? Does organic food require a different type of preparation? It can make you feel as if...

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5 Reasons to Eat Organic

5 Reasons to Eat Organic

If you’re still not certain you should eat more organic food, let us help nudge you a bit more: take a look at the top five reasons you should eat organic. Your food will have more nutrients. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine reviewed 41 published...

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Is Organic Food Really More Expensive?

Is Organic Food Really More Expensive?

In a nutshell: yes, organic food is more expensive than conventionally grown food. There are several reasons for this. There’s not as much food grown organically as there is food grown conventionally. The price of organic rises based on simple supply and demand. It...

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Health Benefits of Organic Food

Health Benefits of Organic Food

Many organic food proponents shout from the rooftops about how much healthier organic food is than non-organic food. But is it? Really? First, some background and what is – and isn’t – organic food. The term “organic” signifies how farmers grow and process their...

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