STANFORD, Calif. — Organically grown produce and meat do not provide more health benefits than those grown by conventional methods, according to a new paper by a team of Stanford researchers. The paper, published in Annals of Internal Medicine, analyzed the findings of 237 studies, including 17 studies measuring the health effects of organic foods on humans and 223 studies comparing the nutrients and contaminants in foods. The Stanford group found no significant difference in the ...

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