Article published by : william001 on Thursday, July 09, 2020

Category : Diet & Nutrition

17 Cheap Organic Foods You Must Buy


9. Aloha Coconut Water Powder
Coconut water addicts, brace yourself for the most convenient (and brilliant) thing since sliced bread: By gently drying fresh coconut water from young organic Thai coconuts, this powder retains all of its naturally-occurring minerals, including electrolytes, while being way easier to transport than a can or bottle. Aloha isn't exactly known for low prices, but consider this: $13.40 gets you 30 sticks (that's less than 45 cents per serving) while a can of coconut water is at least $2. All you do is simply mix the powder with water for a natural, potassium-filled drink. Or, add it to tea or coffee for a boost of sweetness.

10. Olive Oil
Sure, it might cost you between $10-20, but it's mere cents when you consider the number of servings or uses in a bottle. "By buying organic olive oils, which are mechanically-pressed, you avoid oils that use chemical solvents for extraction," St. John says. "And given olive oil's versatility, you might consume multiple servings per day, like in baked goods, salad dressing, or roasted anything."

11. Earthbound Farm Spicy Spinach
Greens like spinach and kale are notorious for heavy pesticides, so you really should opt for organic whenever you can. With a suggested retail price of just $3.99, this handy 4.5 oz clamshell is loaded with a tantalizing blend of spinach, pak-soi, mizuna, and other zesty greens. If half your battle for making a healthy lunch or dinner is grocery shopping for the ingredients, this mix of greens makes it a cinch. Just add a hearty protein like baked tofu or beans.

12. Animal Products
"American agriculture has become amazingly dependent on administering antibiotics to livestock. This contributes to the development of resistant bacteria that might infect humans. Organic meat and dairy, on the other hand, prohibit antibiotics use," says St. John. To cut down on costs, slash the amount of meat you use in dishes, and focus more on loading up your plate with vegetables. Pro-tip: "You can also save by the cut of the meat [when buying organic beef]. For example, the flank or shoulder is usually less expensive cuts," suggests Pavini. Animal products, not your thing? Then you'll want to share how Veganism Found to Be the Best Diet for Weight Loss!

13. Daily Greens Juice
The game, set, juice: These 12-ounce organic green juices will have you thinking juicing is berry tasty. At only $5.99 a bottle, these cold-pressed (which ensures the juices maintain their nutrients), are well below the $8 or $9 you'll throw down for a competitor or at a juice bar—where in many cases, the ingredients aren't even organic. Trying a juice cleanse? Go for the Costco box of 16 juices (which features the new Green Lemonade) for $59.99. And if you're not into juices, then consider one of these 56 Best Smoothies for Weight Loss.

14. Carrington Farms Chia Seeds
At only $9.49 for a 14-ounce bag, these tiny-but-mighty organic seeds are well worth buying. (Store 'em in your fridge to enhance shelf-life.) Simply slip them into yogurt, oatmeal, protein shakes, or any of these chia seed recipes for weight loss. Oh, and did we mention they're high in antioxidants and pack more omega-3s than salmon? Further bragging rights: They've got more calcium-by-weight than milk and are loaded with fiber, potassium, and iron.

15. Rhythm Superfoods Roasted Kale Chips
Clean ingredients? Check. Irresistible crunch? Check plus. Made with organic Lacinato kale (conventional kale is frequently contaminated with insecticides), these chips are an excellent source of vitamins A and K. For just $2.49 a bag, why not grab a few of their delectable flavors? Chili Lime, we're looking at you.

16. Berries
A study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that organically-grown berries contained 50 percent more polyphenols, antioxidants, and levels of vitamin C, compared to the conventionally-grown berries. "And remember not to wash them until you are going to use them; they'll last longer that way!" Pavini adds. Look for sales on discounted organic berries (stores sometimes offer 2-for-1 specials) or go for the frozen variety.

17. Soy Products
"When buying soy, or a soy product, opt for organic since 90 percent of soy production is genetically modified," cautions Hayim. For the best deals, look for house-brand tofu, or check the frozen aisle for organic, frozen edamame, which stays good for a long time and is great in stir-fries and for snacks. "Remember to look at soy milk, tofu, soybeans (edamame), miso paste, and tempeh [all of which fall into the soy family]," advises Hayim.

Final Words:
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