If you're into organic food, you could save some money by switching to non-organic products.
A new survey shows there's little evidence that going organic is much healthier, citing only a few differences involving pesticides and antibiotics. Stanford University doctors say when it comes to individual health, there isn't much difference.
Dr. Charles Devine, III, Health Director of Lord Fairfax Health District, added, "More often, pesticide residues may be found on conventionally produced foods, however, the levels are below those limits set by the EPA."
If you're concerned about food making you sick, the study also shows chances of bacterial contamination of food are the same between organic and non organic. Last year, organic foods accounted for more than $31 billion dollars in sales.
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