For the past 15 years, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has been trying to scare U.S. consumers about pesticide residues on the fruits and vegetables in supermarkets. The EWG annually selects a “dirty dozen” produce items that they say pose the most pesticide residue danger to consumers and their kids.
Now, however, two courageous researchers at the University of California/Davis say they’ve also tested the fruits and vegetables—and found the pesticide residues on these produce items are essentially a million times below the “No Effect” levels found in the animal toxicity.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) just released 2012 updates to the Dirty Dozen list. Find out which fruits and veggies you should buy organic. Related posts: Popcorn contains more antioxidants than fruits and vegetables Healing... Read Post
When the Environmental Working Group (EWG) makes its annual “Dirty Dozen List” of fruits and vegetables with pesticide residues each, it does so without paying any attention to which chemicals were found or what level was detected. ... Read Post