Pesticides: fruits and vegetables that have less!

Pesticides: fruits and vegetables that have less!

4539241348_4db204a3c2_o1-e1274280188653-1024x807Attending and reading only the blogs of dieticians and nutritionists is definitely bad for your health : you start to convince yourself that every food can make you sick, you know new but unfortunately unavailable and very expensive foods and, often, when you think you have finally figured out how to eat healthily and what works to lose weight, here is that new studies confuse you and you understand that you have to document yourself, again, and again and again. But on one point we can all agree. Pesticides.
Can we say that pesticides are the devil? We can tell. And that many of the diseases that plague our generation are related to traces of pesticides in our bodies? We can tell. A recent survey done in northern Europe monitored the change in pesticides in the body ofa Swedish family that switched from a normal diet to a 100% organic diet . They also changed detergents and personal hygiene products. All for two weeks. By the end of the investigation, the concentration of pesticides in the body of each family member had either gone to zero or dropped to laughable levels. Find the video here. Italy is one of the most sensitive countries to bio. Which, however, despite a growing production, has medium-high prices that those who have a family cannot always afford. And not everything that glitters is organic. Many scams, many products that are not healthy despite having organic raw materials: corn syrup even if organic remains corn syrup

To help you, I doa list of those qualities of fruit and vegetables that, even if bought from the “fruit shop” near the house and not of biological derivation, can be consumed with more peace of mind because they have a minimum contamination of pesticides! The reason? Often it is their structure: hard peels, difficulty of the pesticide to penetrate the pulp.
 pineapple, oranges and grapefruit, avocado, mango, coconut, papaya, kiwi, cantaloupe, bananas.
Vegetables and cereals:  corn, cabbage and cauliflower, cabbage, frozen peas, onions, asparagus, aubergines, sweet potatoes

Instead, we have to buy organic: peaches, apples, peppers, celery, red fruits, pears, common potatoes, carrots and green leafy vegetables.

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