Thursday, May 29, 2008

Q+A is Organic food better for you?

It depends on who you ask. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says theres no proof that organic items are more nutritious than conventionally grown foods. However, some studies claim that organic foods may be richer in certain nutrients. For instance, Italian researchers found that organic plums have more vitamin C and beta-carotene than non-organic varieties. And a study from the University of California at Davis says organic tomatoes may boost your body's number of antioxidants (substances that may prevent cancer). While the matter is still up for debate., loaded with nutrients essentials for a healthy lifestyle. So keep your crisper stocked!

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