Most people know by now that it's recommended that we try to eat at least 5 servings of fruit and vegetables each day. And most people believe that organic fruit and vegetables are a better option for us than conventionally-farmed fruit and veggies.
In an ideal world, we'd probably all buy organic if we could afford it. But if your budget won't stretch to all-organic, there are some fruits and veggies that have a higher pesticide load than others - which means that some are more important to buy organic than others (if you can).
In this article , Dr Mercola looks at tests carried out by the Environmental Working Group to help guide you to the best choices when it comes to lowering your overall pesticide exposure.