Organic might not mean better

If you like to spend extra on organic foods think again. A new study done at the University of British Columbia and published in the Journal Science Advances says that while organic farms benefit the environment by using fewer pesticides those same farms need more land to grow the same amount of food.  Which leads to habitat loss and climate change. When it comes to the question of whether organic foods are actually better for you the study says it's not proven.  So far there has been no proof that the nutritional value of organic foods is any better than non organic. This is good news for people like me who like to save money on food shopping. 

Source: New York Post

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