Organic Foods Not Healthier or More Nutritious, Study Says

However, researchers didn't focus on taste, animal welfare practices

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"To practitioners [like the researchers], a clinically significant outcome and improvement relies on a much more profound change in the health and biology of a person than what most literature speaks to," he added, "which is that people who make decent dietary choices but also buy high-quality organic food . . . improve the odds that they stay healthy."

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has more on organic foods.

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