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It’s good to have questions. It means you’re curious and you want to get down to the nitty gritty. Yet when it comes to food, the only nitty gritty-ness you want in your body is from the naturally-produced soil – not chemicals and pesticides.

Thanks to resources like Whole FoodsEnvironmental Working Group (EWG), and Thrive Forward, we have non-biased answers to questions like:

* Does everything we eat need to be organic?

* What fruits and vegetables typically contain the most chemicals and pesticides?

* Are we really getting the nutrition we think we are when eating non-organic foods?

Jaime combined Organic ingredients to create this Spring Vegetable Salad for the Sports Nutrition online course by Matthew Kenney Culinary and Vega formulator, Brendan Brazier.

Jaime combined Organic ingredients to create this Spring Vegetable Salad for the Sports Nutrition online course by Matthew Kenney Culinary and Vega formulator, Brendan Brazier.

Check out the EWG’s 2015 Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen list, a guide to the good, the bad, and the dirty. You can find similar lists online if you give it a google. You might also find images from the original Dirty Dozen, the 1967 classic film with Lee Marvin. Definitely worth watching, friends.

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