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Eating organic isn’t a trend. And it’s not a ploy to get you to spend cash on a more expensive piece of fruit. There are a ton of reasons why going organic is totally worth it. These are a few of our faves.
Because organic fruits and veggies are preservative free, they’re super fresh. So that means they’ve got to make it to the supermarket shelves faster.
The lack of processed junk in your food makes it easier to digest and turn to fuel. And good fuel will leave you feeling super energetic. (So no excuses for skipping the gym.)
Organic fruits and veggies have more antioxidants than the conventional versions. They also have more vitamins and minerals. And those are two things you can never have too much of!
There are no growth hormones or pesticides messing with the natural deliciousness of your favorite items. Feeling skeptical? Do a blind taste test at home.
Organic farmers use less energy, increase soil fertility, reduce erosion, and help to conserve water.
Organic farmers typically let their animals roam more so there’s almost automatically less fat because the animals are more active.
Getting something deemed organic involves a super rigorous review process. So what you’re eating is top-notch quality.
The fertilizers conventional farmers typically use have links to all sorts of various ailments. There’s no such thing as being too careful.
Conventionally raised animals are injected with antibiotics, which leave a residue behind. Consistent exposure to that can affect your gut and decrease the amount of good bacteria in your body.
Omega-3 fatty acids do all sorts of good things, like improve cholesterol, and help with joint health, mental health...the list is a long one. And organic milk has a higher amount than its conventional counterpart.

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