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Should you buy organic? Are some foods typically more laden with pesticides than other foods? Are there any good reasons to spend the extra money on organic products?

If you or a loved one has diabetes, you already go the extra mile to put the healthiest fare you can on your table and in your mouths each day.

How important is it that you choose organic? Here's what you need to know....

For a list of 27 fruits and vegetables ranked from highest pesticide load to lowest, click here.

 

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Reviewed by Susan Weiner, RD, MS, CDE, CDN. 4/11


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by Nicole Purcell
Awhile back, I wrote about trying out the Whole 30. After giving it a good solid go, I discovered that honestly, that eating style didn't work for me. Too restrictive for one thing. And my bloodsugars didn't seem to want to stabilize. I was low, all the time, and I found myself feeling pretty lousy energy wise three days in. Still wanting to make a commitment to healthier choices, I decided to start just plain eating clean. What does that mean? ...