1. Those who eat organic most often have 25% fewer cancer diagnoses – especially for breast cancer and lymphoma – compared to those who never eat organic. The French study followed 70,000 adults (primarily women) over a 5-year period. JAMA Internal Medicine
→Takeaway: Organic matters. While there are limitations to our organic farming system, at Gutbliss we recommend eating organic whenever possible. If you find eating organic a challenge – maybe you live in a food desert (an urban area where affordable or good-quality, fresh food is hard to come by) or find it difficult to fit organic into your budget – focus on buying organic foods in this order: meat, other animal products (eggs, cheese, milk, yogurt, etc.), vegetables and fruits.