FIGHT cancer and SAVE your life with this supermarket swap
Here’s a quick way to BEAT cancer – and you won’t need to visit a doctor, a pharmacy or even a vitamin shop.
There’s one easy swap you can make in the supermarket that can do the trick.
It’ll mean paying a little more for your groceries, but I’ve even got a tip for you in a moment that can help save money and limit the damage to your wallet.
A brand new study has revealed how switching to organic fruits and vegetables can SLASH your risk of cancer, including some of the DEADLIEST forms of the disease.
Overall, eating organics regularly will cut your risk of all forms of cancer by a quarter.
That’s about the same overall risk as your family history...
In other words, eating organics can also help you DEFEAT your own genetic risk!
Getting into the specifics, the study finds some of the biggest benefits go to older women. For example, organics help cut the risk of breast cancer after menopause by more than a third.
Organics will also cut your risk of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma by 86 percent, and all other lymphomas by 76 percent.
This is just more proof that “conventional” produce isn’t nearly as safe as the agricultural industry claims – and not only because of all the chemicals dumped on non-organic foods.
Many of them are also genetically modified, and GMOs have also been linked to cancer.GMOs actually give you double the risk; the foods themselves have been linked to the disease, and the main weed killer used on them – glyphosate – is listed as a “probable carcinogen” by the World Health Organization’s cancer agency.
Going organic is the one change you can make right now that solves both problems at once.
See, by law, organics CAN’T have pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other chemicals dumped on them. And by law, organics CAN’T be genetically modified.
The one downside, of course, is the price.
But I can help eliminate that sticker shock with two easy tips.
First, shop seasonally. Whatever’s in season is often cheaper – and fresher, too, since there’s a better chance it came from a local grower.
And second, look up Environmental Working Group’s regularly updated lists known as the “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean 15.”
The “Dirty Dozen” are the fruits and vegetables most likely to be contaminated, so definitely go organic here. The current list includes:
- Sweet bell peppers
The “Clean 15” is just the opposite. If you’re looking to save a little money, these have little to no trace of pesticides and other chemicals:
- Sweet corn
- Frozen sweet peas
- Honeydew melon