I (Carol) signed up for the New York Wellness Guide Newsletter a few years ago, and always find something of interest. Here’s the linkto their site. They do a great job of scouring the web for lists pertaining to all-things-health and stress relief.
I’ve made note of this list each year, and hopefully you will find something of benefit below. I’ve cut-and-pasted the entire article, bracketed with quotations, so you know Mountaintop Acupuncture is not the source. And yes, buying organic gets quite expensive so we buy locally when available and use a veggie-wash on ALL our vegetables and fruit before cooking.
“The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is out with their annual “Shoppers Guide to Pesticides“ report. This includes The Dirty Dozen, a list of the fruits and vegetables likely to contain the highest amounts of pesticide residue. It features the Clean 15, a list of fruits and vegetables least likely to contain pesticides.
- Cherry tomatoes
- Hot peppers
- Nectarines (imported)
- Sweet bell peppers
Dirty Dozen Plus: Kale/collard greens and Summer squash
- Sweet corn
- Sweet peas (frozen)
- Sweet potatoes”
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