Organic food is not a diet for those who want to feel good about their diet, and it is not for everyone, a new study suggests.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that organic food does not satisfy people who want healthy eating, and they are not the ones who should choose organic food, according to a press release from the University of Michigan.
“Organic foods do not satisfy health and diet goals for those in the highest income brackets, while also being low in calories and fat and high in fiber,” the researchers write.
“Many of the foods in organic are of questionable nutritional value, including potatoes, soybeans, and wheat.”
They also said organic foods are not good for the environment, and the environmental impact of organic food is “negligible.”
“The findings of this study highlight the importance of understanding the nutritional and environmental impact associated with organic food.
These findings are of particular importance in light of recent research demonstrating the harmful effects of pesticide use and animal testing,” they wrote.”
Consumers need to consider the nutritional value of their organic food when choosing it, as well as the environmental benefits, before purchasing organic foods.
This is particularly important given the potential negative environmental impacts associated with the use of pesticides, which are known to cause significant adverse health effects for human and animal species,” they added.
According to the researchers, the majority of consumers in the U.S. are aware that organic foods come from farms and that organic farming is often more sustainable than conventional farming.
However, consumers need to know about the nutritional quality of the food, which can help them make an informed choice, they said.
“It is important to understand that organic products are not a substitute for a healthy diet and that they should be used as a tool to improve the health and well-being of individuals and the environment,” the study authors wrote.