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Is eating a organic paleo diet vs non organic paleo diet worth it?

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Created July 01, 2013 at 4:15 PM

Is eating a organic paleo diet vs non organic paleo diet worth it? I am thinking about switching my paleo meal delivery to Primal Organic from Primal Plan

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on July 06, 2013
at 02:47 PM

Thank you Chelsea

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on July 06, 2013
at 02:42 PM

Hi Stephen it is grass fed meat. I do not really know the difference in price per calorie. I guess I would say it is 25% more expensive, (but also has a better chef.) I guess I was more interested in whether or not people thought that paying extra was worth it for organic food when eating paleo.

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on July 01, 2013
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There sure isn't fluroide and chlorine in the local farms who use reverse osmosis. You can always find the exception to the rule. At best, you can as I said give the finger to monsanto by voting with your dollar as best you can. It is the best choice and I would pay way more for organic versus non-organic anyday.

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What's the difference in price per calorie? Is it grass fed meat or just organic?

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on July 01, 2013
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There's still fluoride and chlorine in Organic produce, unless you specify you want organic produce that was watered with water flown in from some natural spring, which would be seemingly prohibitively expensive.

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on July 01, 2013
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Of course it is! When people think organic they only think in terms of pesticides and herbicides that get applied to the plant and they think they can wash that off. Haha, no they can't! Organic means they are enriching the soil with nutrients whereby higher nutrition value, it means sustainability and no poisonous run-off, it also means giving the middle finger to Monsanto! Organic equals=GMO free. It means there are no embedded toxins and such also as well as things like chlorine.

In the very end its best to buy food from local, organic, sustainable farmers where you can see them practice what they preach. Have the USDA govern organics is kind've scary to me. Since we live in Canada we always go with Canadian grown and Canadian certified because we seem to hold organics to a higher standard. Also Europe is a great place too!

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on July 01, 2013
at 05:38 PM

There's still fluoride and chlorine in Organic produce, unless you specify you want organic produce that was watered with water flown in from some natural spring, which would be seemingly prohibitively expensive.

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on July 01, 2013
at 09:22 PM

There sure isn't fluroide and chlorine in the local farms who use reverse osmosis. You can always find the exception to the rule. At best, you can as I said give the finger to monsanto by voting with your dollar as best you can. It is the best choice and I would pay way more for organic versus non-organic anyday.

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on July 06, 2013
at 02:47 PM

Thank you Chelsea

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