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Going organic

It's hard to buy organic food when you're trying to live on a budget. It's even harder when concern about the presence of pesticides in your food is always in the back of your mind. According to Cindy Burke, author of To Buy or Not To Buy Organic, if you opt for the organic version of 12 certain fruits and vegetables you can eliminate you and your family's exposure to harmful pesticides by 50 per cent. Burke also warns that washing fruits and vegetables does not limit the amount of pesticides you ingest. Apparently when a food has been sprayed, pesticides are apt to find their way deep into that fruit or veggie. Are you wondering what Burke's list of 12 fruits and veggies are? Here's the list of fruits and veggies that Burke recommends buying only if organic. Strawberries Red and green bell peppers Spinach Cherries Peaches Nectarines Celery Apples Pears Grapes Raspberries Potatoes You can find out why you should buy the organic version of these fruits here! Are all your food products organic? Do you only buy some organic products? Which ones? Why?
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