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Most Important Foods To Buy Organic

by Mark Sisson


Mark's Daily Apple

Recently by Mark Sisson: Hangover Hacks You Can Hang Your Hat On
In a perfect world, we'd all be shopping at farmers markets for our produce, tending to bug-eating, orange yolk-producing chickens in our backyards,

pooling our resources with other folks to divvy up grass-fed and/or pastured animals, having the farmers who produce our food over for dinner, milking the A2-casein grass-fed teats with our bare hands into BPA-free containers,

culling the geese down at the local pond and roasting the dead, foraging for seagull eggs, going mushroom hunting in the forest, ensnaring chubby winter squirrels fattened on acorns and small birds, raising kale-fed crickets for alternative protein sources, and, well, you get the idea. But that isn't realistic for most people. And heck, who would want to go to all the trouble. What with how easy it is to just swing by the grocery store on the way home from work, especially with a filthy kid in the backseat who's just out of soccer practice (on a muddy field, no less) and starving. However, we ... ... read more ...

I'd be hard pressed to choose between eggs and leafy greens

, particularly given the amount of greens I eat. Luckily, this is just a thought exercise rather than a real dilemma for most. So let's get to it.

If there was one food item that I'd recommend you paying extra for, it would be.

1. Baby foods.

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development. If your kid has moved on to baby food, make sure it's organic - whether you make it from scratch or buy it at the store. That goes for the "traditional" pureed goop people give their kids, as well as the foods Primal parents are likely to offer, like liver, egg yolks, and pureed moose thyroid glands (what, you're not giving your baby moose thyroid?).

2. Full-fat dairy.

Dairy isn't universally lauded in the Primal community, but I'd guess a plurality of Mark's Daily Apple readers eat some kind of dairy, whether it's butter, yogurt, cream, or milk. If for whatever reason you're unable to procure dairy from grass-fed cows (no, not everyone lives near a Trader Joe's with affordable and ample stocks of Kerrygold grass-fed butter, sadly),

make sure the full-fat dairy you do eat ... continue to this article ..."

Listen to Lew's recent podcast with Mark Sisson

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 The Twelve Most Important Foods To Buy Organic!

1 Apples
2 Celery
3 Sweet bell peppers
4 Peaches
5 Strawberries
6 Nectarines – imported
7 Grapes
8 Spinach
9 Lettuce
10 Cucumbers
11 Blueberries – domestic
12 Potatoes

The guide also lists two baddies that didn’t meet all of EWG’s  (Environmental Working Group) criteria for “most contaminated” but are still of grave concern because samples were commonly contaminated with highly toxic organophosphate insecticides:

+ Green beans
+ Kale/Collard Greens

The least contaminated fruits and vegetables — which are much less important to buy organic — are:

1 Onions

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