Studies have shown that organic foods do not have any more nutritional value than traditionally grown foods. However, there are some vegetables that have a lot more nutrients than others. Leafy greens such as spinach, collards, and kale have a slew of nutrients and vitamins including vitamin K, iron, potassium, calcium, and vitamin C. Red peppers have a full day’s supply of Vitamin C. Cauliflower and green peppers are both sources of vitamin K and vitamin C.
If you are comparing traditionally grown produce to organically grown produce and you want to know which ones you should definitely eat organic—thing about things with permeable membranes like grapes and apples. Those are better to eat organic because the pesticides can leach through the skin into the food, so even if you peel them, you are still eating the chemicals.
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