Green Tip: The Dirty Dozen
The health benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables outweigh the risks of pesticide exposure. You can lower your pesticide intake by avoiding the 12 most contaminated or eating the least contaminated produce.
THE DIRTY DOZEN
Consider the dirty dozen for your organic list whenever possible. The list has been now been expanded to include two crops, green beans and leafy greens like kale. Get to know the list, so you can shop wisely. The Environmental Working Group has your info HERE.