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To be and stay healthy, you must eat healthy foods. An important part of a food being healthy is for the food to be certified organic. To be organic, foods must meet certain standards set by their accredited organic certification organization. Among the standards required for organic foods, is that the foods have to be grown or raised without use of toxic pesticides. The following is a list of some of the most important foods that should be organic if you are going to consume them. They are organized in no particular order.

1. Milk: Non-organically raised cows are stuffed with antibiotics and growth hormones. Make sure your milk and other dairy products are from organically-fed cows that haven’t been pumped with extra antibiotics. If you are buying and drinking goat milk or goat products, know that scientists have now genetically mutated a goat to spin silk in her milk.

2. Rice: Domestic rice contains mega-doses of pesticides. Buy organic rice where you can find it and store it in an airtight container.

3. Potatoes: The non organic variety is laden with pesticides or has been genetically-modified. Genetically modified potatoes impair the immune system and can shrink the brain, liver and heart.

4. Baby Food: The younger a person, the most susceptible they are to pesticides. There are many organic baby food brands now.

5. Green Beans: At least 60 different pesticides are used on green beans. Even beans used in baby food have been found to be contaminated.

6. Strawberries: Eat organic ones while they are in season from local organic farms or buy frozen organic strawberries from your local whole foods market.

7. Green and Red Bell Peppers: These excellent sources of Vitamin C are contaminated with pesticides. Buy these organic. Or, you can buy organic seeds and grow your own.

8. Corn: Corn doesn’t really have that many pesticide residues. But 75 to 90 percent of all domestic corn has been genetically-modified, and the average American eats 11 pounds of it. Also, most cooking oils include corn oil, and so many foods are sweetened with corn syrup. Eat local organic corn in season and freeze some for later.

9. Bananas: This tropical favorite isn’t ripe for very long and has a very long distance to travel to market. These two factors combined, leads to a lot of heavy chemical dousing during the process.

10. Cherries: These rich pieces of fruit are heavily doused in poison. Make sure that the cherries you buy are organic and clean for the best and sweetest taste out there.

11. Cucumbers: By the time the cucumbers in your salad have traveled from the farm to the plate, they are intoxicated with pesticides. Buy organic cucumbers to avoid eating pesticide-filled cucumbers.

12. Celery: Very much laced with pesticides that have been sprayed onto them from their first conception, cucumbers are definitely one vegetable that you should buy organic.

All of these foods that have been discussed should be bought organic. Eating organic foods will ensure that your body will be the healthiest it can be.



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About the Author:

Amber Singleton is a writer for OrganicBabyWearhouse. OrganicBabyWearhouse.com is your first stop for organic baby products. No matter if you are looking for organic baby food or organic baby clothes, OrganicBabyWearhouse.com can fulfill all of your organic baby needs.



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