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For consumers uncertain about the value of organic food, a new study adds evidence to a larger body of research showing that eating organic very well may reduce pesticides in the human body.
A study by Lo et al, published in the International Journal of Cancer, followed over 42,000 women for over 7 years.
This useful article, put out by Harvard Health Publications, concludes that “If you re carrying many extra pounds, you face a higher-than-average risk of a whopping 50 different health problems.
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The Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine put together this fact sheet with helpful information about fiber.
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