When it comes to eating well, the advice we get is that fresh is better than processed, fruit and veg are better than fats and carbs, and organic is best of all.
But what if the food we eat is not truly feeding us? Many choose to buy organic to be assured food doesn’t have the “bad stuff” in it. But how do we know it’s got the “good stuff” in it – flavour, wholesomeness, vitamins, minerals?
More information: theguardian.com