At this point, we all know that buying organic foods whenever possible is definitely the way to go. But going full-on organic can be so expensive. Where can we cut corners without risking our health?
When it comes to produce, it's best to operate using the thin-skin rule. If the food has a thick skin you peel and discard (like say that of a banana or an orange), you can get away without buying the organic iteration. With fruits like apples, grapes, and tomatoes, it's better to spend more for your health.
But what about dairy? Standing in front of the cheeses, creams, and milks, there isn't a set-rule for when going organic is a must. A new study might have just made things a little easier for us. What they found out about milk will change the way you shop organic forever.