Beth Levine

There has been a debate in the media for quite some time over whether organic really offer more health value than conventional foods. Organic foods (i.e., produce grown without the use of pesticides and meats coming from animals that were not raised in overcrowded pens or given feed containing man-made chemicals) are often more expensive, leading some people to shy away from them in order to stick to a supermarket budget. But, according to new research that suggests organic foods can help provide protection from cancer, that extra money may be well worth it in the end.

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