12 Foods You Don’t Have To Buy Organic
I’ve recently started following Sarah Wilson’s blog. Sarah is an Aussie journalist and writes a Sunday newspaper column which I’ve enjoyed for some time. Her blog is a new addition, and one that I think you’ll find worth checking out. It strikes the perfect balance between amusing daily wonderment and the asking and answering of important questions, and Sarah’s take on health and wellness demonstrates a refreshing change from the norm of modern journalism.
For example, check out this recent post on 12 Foods You Don’t Have To Buy Organic (and 12 more that you really should).
I’d add my own 2 to the list of must-buy-organic:
- Protein (eggs, meat, poultry). I say this in part because conventional proteins are often chock-full of toxins, but also because they’re typically from grain-fed animals and grass-fed protein is just so much better for health and weight management
- Dairy – again, it’s a toxin thing. Conventionally raised cows are often kept in close quarters. As a result they get sick and need antibiotics. They may also be riddled with mastitis which results in pus being mixed into your milk. Antibiotics residue and with that latte? I’m thinking no.
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