Organic foods might not be worth the cost for your family
I’ve long been suspicious of organic foods, and the incredible heath promises they make. Typically, the only time organics have made it into my kitchen is when I buy them by accident. (A friend of mine who did that once later found her lettuce crawling with bugs.) An interesting article in TIME magazine says. . . guess what? Organics for your family may cost more, but they bring no guarantee of heath.
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Look, if my kids are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables because trace amounts of pesticides and fertilizers – for which researchers have been able to find no negative health impact in humans – makes the produce big and beautiful and taste good well. . . I’m good with that.