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What is the difference in nutrition between commercially and organically grown produce and grains?

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What is the difference in nutrition between commercially and organically grown produce and grains?

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A. Studies show that organically grown fruits, vegetables, and grains contain roughly twice the vitamin, mineral, and protein content by weight of those grown with synthetic fertilizer. (Journal of Applied Nutrition, Vol. 45, No. 1, 1993-“Organic Foods vs. Supermarket Foods: Element Levels”). This article has been challenged by conventional growers, and we should also note that it is a dangerous practice to get caught up in fear of commercially-grown or conventionally-grown produce and grains. This could lead to us not eating an adequate amount of these vital sources of daily nutrients. The bottom line is that organic is healthier because it contains or has been processed with less harmful ingredients. This is always a better choice. However, not all foods are available in organic and sometimes buying organic is prohibitively expensive. Again, joining with other families and buying bulk direct from organic farms or food co-ops is an excellent way to get quality organic foods at a reaso

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