Organic foods not necessarily more healthy

A recent study by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on more than 50 years of research with 162 studies containing 3,558 comparisons of food items nutritional value reveals that the difference, in terms of which is healthier, between organic and non-organic foods are negligible.

Marion Nestle, who blogs at Food Politics says that the American public does not believe in the claims made by the benefits of organic food. If that’s the case, we wonder where all the long lines at Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s come from?

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