The Truth about Organic

The latest organic foods study focuses on nutrition—but that’s just a small part of the story.

By Leah Zerbe

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A new study on Organic Food may make you wonder if it's all worth it.Learn More about Organics

If you see an organic label that means the food has been grown without the use of GMOs, pesticides, and many of the nasty practices previously listed. While there's no such thing as food with no risk, organic farmers—unlike conventional farmers—are subject to annual and surprise inspections and testing to make sure they are following the strict rules of the National Organic Program. To learn more about the benefits of organic, check out:

Originally published by Rodale.com, September 6, 2012

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