After digging through a ton of research, doctors at the university concluded there was little to no difference in the organic foods. Though there were some cited differences in antibiotics and pesticides, overall, there was no difference in nutrition. Eating organic can lower your exposure to pesticides and antibiotics fed to animals, but for individual health, you're really not making a big difference spending $31.4 billion on organic products (which was the calculated total sales last year).
So, why do you eat organic? Does any of the research change your mind? Personally, I'll just stick with my HEB-brand food.
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