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Welcome to the “Weekly Energy Boost” (WEB) podcast episode of The Ed Talks, where you get a short 5 to 10 minute episode focusing on an energizing topic and the latest research and thinking around it and any tips or goodies I can share with you. It’s perfect brain food when you only have small windows of time.
So we’re at Part4 of this WEB episode series of “Is Organic Food Better For You” and I hope by now that you’ve been empowered with enough information by listening to Part1, Part2 & Part3 that you’ve been able to answer that question.
In this episode I’m going to talk about how easily (definitely me included) we can get mislead by the media and what we should really be focusing on when making a decision about organic vs non-organic.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- A typical statement used by the media which can cause confusion with consumers
- Why you should question if you are being told the whole story
- A research paper that is often quoted, but important parts of it that get left out in reporting
- Why you should allocate a part of your weekly budget to organic produce
Items mentioned in this episode include:
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- Stanford University study from 2012: Report, Article
- Critique of Stanford study
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Links to the other Parts in this series
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