The “Clean 15” and “Dirty Dozen” Produce List

Can’t Afford Organic Produce?? Here Is the Next Best Thing! 
Obviously buying organic produce is always the best. However, that being said, it’s not always in everyone’s budget to do so.
So what to do?
Choose produce from the CLEAN 15 list,
wash well and try to eat less from the DIRTY DOZEN list. 🙂

CLEAN 15:
(least likely to have pesticide residue)

Avocados
Frozen sweet peas
Papaya
Cantalope
Cabbage
Sweet Corn  ( GMO Free ) 
Onions
Kiwi
Cauliflower
Mangoes
Pineapple
Asparagus
Eggplant
Honeydew Melon
Grapefruit

Dirty Dozen:
( most likely to have pesticide residue)

Apples
Celery
Cherry Tomatoes
Cucumbers
Grapes
Nectarines
Peaches
Potatoes
Cherries
Spinach
Strawberries
Sweet Bell Peppers
Pears
Tomatoes

Remember that taking baby steps is still better than taking no steps at all.
Just getting more vegetables into your daily diet is already getting  on the right track. 🙂
Eating vegetables is much better
than eating junk and processed foods,even if the vegetables are not always organic.
Want some great and affordable healthy snack food options??

***** See my list of 20 snack ideas here.
***** Also See ” 10 Ways How  to Eat Healthy on a Tight Budget” here.

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