Table of contents for To buy or not to buy organic : what you need to know to choose the healthiest, safest, most earth-friendly food / Cindy Burke.

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Introduction
Chapter 1 _ Why Choose Organics?
Chapter 2 _ How Pesticide Exposure Impacts Your Health
Chapter 3 _ Growing Organic Foods
Chapter 4 _ Organic Economics
Chapter 5 _ The "New Organics": Local and Sustainable
Chapter 6 _ The Dirty Dozen: Twelve Foods You Only Want to Eat if They're Organic
Chapter 7 _ To Buy or Not to Buy Organic
_ Fruits [page] _ Vegetables [page] _ Meats [page] _ Milk [page] _ Butter and Cheese 
[page] _ Eggs [page] _ Seafood [page] _ Nuts, Seeds, and Spices [page] _ Oils [page] _ 
Grains [page] _ Snacks and Processed Foods [page] _ 
Chapter 8 _ Where to Find Healthy Food
Chapter 9 _ Where to Find Out More
Afterword
Glossary
Endnotes
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Natural foods -- Health aspects -- United States.
Natural foods -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Grocery shopping -- United States.
Consumer behavior -- United States.