Eating organic fruits and vegetables from the produce section or grown at home means that you are ingesting high amounts of vitamins, minerals, and fiber needed for the homeostasis of the body.
The more fruits and vegetables you eat, the more important it is to buy organically grown produce. The difference between organic and conventional produce is the number of pesticides used to defend against insects while the plant is in the growing stage.
❖ Buy local at coops, natural food stores, and farmer’s market for organic produce
❖ Look for the Natural or Organic produce labeling with the print, Certified by the USDA
❖ Shop for whatproduce is in season- it will more likely to be on sale
❖ Do not purchase wilted, rotten fruits and vegetables
❖ Shop for fruits and vegetables often, once or twice a week to maintain its good quality