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Organic Foods vs. Supermarket Foods: Element levels

  • Subject: [cg] Organic Foods vs. Supermarket Foods: Element levels
  • From: "John Verin" jverin@Pennhort.org
  • Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 13:55:12 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: Organic Foods vs. Supermarket Foods: Element levels

~ DOCTOR'S DATA INC. STUDY ~
Organic Foods vs. Supermarket Foods: Element levels 
By Bob L. Smith, Doctor's Data Inc., PO Box 111, West Chicago, IL 60185

Published in the JOURNAL OF APPLIED NUTRITION, VOLUME 45, NUMBER 1, 1993
Copyright  International Academy of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine

"The organic pears, apples, potatoes and wheat had, on an average, over 90% more of the nutritional elements than similar commercial food..."

http://www.oeffa.org/editorscorner/rutgers/doctorsdata.html



Paco Verin
Citywide Project Coordinator - Philadelphia Green
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
100 N. 20th St.
Philadelphia, PA  19103
215-988-8885
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