18 Foods You Don’t Need To Buy Organic

Its fair to say, the food chain is screwed.

Our air, food and water are ALL affected, but today I’m talking about food.

Dangerous, toxic chemicals that are sprayed on crops are finding their way into our food and onto our plates and ultimately, inside our bodies. Whilst there, they are destroying our health, and ruining any chance we may have of being slim and secsy.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is, there is something you can do about it.

Research suggests that just by swapping your normal fruits and vegetables for organic ones, can help you lose 33% more weight over a 12-16 week period.

The trouble is, its easy to waste money or get ripped off when you’re buying all this organic nonsense.

So, in an attempt to point you in the right direction, and stop you wasting money like I’ve done, below is a list of 18 fruits and veggies that DONT need to be bought organically. This list is freely available online, and I’ve added a few of my own.

Often, but not always, the reason you dont need to buy organic versions of these foods, is that nature actually protects the food by giving it a tough outer shell, which stops the chemicals getting into the food.

Here’s the list:

#1: Onions.
#2: Avocado.
#3: Sweet corn.
#4: Pineapple.
#5: Grapefruit.
#6: Mango.
#7: Asparagus.
#8: Peas.
#9: Kiwis.
#10: Cabbage.
#11: Aubergine.
#12: Papaya.
#13: Watermelon.
#14: Cantaloupe.
#15: Broccoli.
#16: Tomato.
#17: Sweet potato.
#18: Mushrooms.

(List adapted from: The Clean 15)

Of course the easy part is knowing which foods are relatively free of toxins.

The next step is to make delicious meals that help you drop some timber quickly. As with everything, there is a right way and a wrong way of doing that, and its so easy to make a mistake, ruin the food and waste your time. Thats why I’ve put everything you need to know into my nutrition programme. The proven meal plans are all done for you and the recipes are easy to follow.

To get some help to learn the right way to put this advice into practice, a good place to start would be one of my slimming clubs.

To find out if one of our 8 locations is suitable, and which days and times the classes run, and to become a member, go here:


Richard Clarke

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