You Should Know
May 2003 Issue
More Reason for Organic
Organic farming doesn’t pollute the land with chemical pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides. But nutritional benefits for organic foods have never been proved. Now, new research suggests organic farms may produce crops with more disease-protecting phytonutrients called phenols than crops from conventional farms.
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