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October 22, 2018 - The Daily Telegraph

Eat organic to cut cancer risk, study says, but some experts aren’t on board

Eat organic to cut cancer risk, study says, but some experts aren’t on board
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Despite the findings published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association, independent academics warn the cancer-prevention link is still unclear and concerns over pesticides should not discourage the intake of cheaper, non-organic fruit and vegetables. 

The Cancer Council also says there is no evidence that organic produce is higher in the nutrients that help to prevent cancer.

VA: Strawberries, top the Environmental Working Group's (EWG) Dirty Dozen list of the fruits and vegetables that provide the worst exposure to toxic pesticide residues.

Read more at The Daily Telegraph


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