10 Organic Foods That Aren’t Worth Buying
Because the USDA does not currently provide organic standards for fish and shellfish, seafood labeled “organic” may not be any safer for you and your family. And organic seafood may still contain contaminants, such as PCBs and mercury. Instead, look for seafood that is low in mercury (like tilapia, sole, and oysters) and that was caught using sustainable practices.
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So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.