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* Buying organic is an investment in health, but there are ways to make it more affordable. You may pay more than you did buying at natural food stores, comparison shop, and stock up on organic staples when you see a super deal.* Eating organic can be socially inconvenient, so you have to . Always have organic snacks on hand that you can take with you, and take your own organic dishes or desserts to parties.* Eat what you normally eat, just substitute organic versions of those foods. * Go from vegetables to organic vegetables, cookies to organic cookies, and so forth.* When you can, choose foods with both the USDA Organic label and the Non-GMO Project Verified label. If you can’t,

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