[App] Smart Foods – Organic Diet Buddy
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Smart Foods – Organic Diet Buddy is your essential color coded guide to fruit and vegetables, know which you should buy organic and which are safe to buy non organic. It also includes
* Farmer’s Market Locator so you can include local produce in your diet
* Nutritional info – know what vitamins each fruit and vegetable have, and what diseases they are good at protecting you against.
* Daily Fruit and Vegetable requirement calculator for optimum health
* Pesticide profiles of Fruits and Vegetables
Organic food is the safer choice when it comes to buying produce, as conventional varieties often contain high levels of pesticide residues. However, not everyone can afford to go 100% organic every time they shop. This app is a guide to which fruits and vegetables you should buy organic. There are some fruits/veggies that you should always buy organic, if possible, because their conventionally grown counterparts tend to be laden with pesticides.
By avoiding the foods most contaminated with pesticide residues, consumers can reduce their pesticide exposure by 80% without affecting their budgets.
Eat better with our simple tips and a farmer’s market locator so you can find the good stuff locally. Add favorites and calculate how many fruits and vegetables you should be eating daily. Let the good health begin!
WHAT ARE PESTICIDES
Pesticides are used to repel, control or kill organisms in order to reduce their negative impact on agricultural products. Modern pesticides target weeds, insects, bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi and other pests that reduce agricultural yield.
Excessive pesticide contamination can be harmful to human health. Even after washing, some fruits and vegetables consistently carry much higher levels of pesticide residue than others.
Some fruits and veggies are better to buy organic, and others are safe to buy non-organic. Some fruits and vegetables require very few pesticides for growth. Some, due to tough skins or peels, absorb fewer residues.
Many fruits and vegetables, however, are sprayed with multiple pesticides, and act like sponges, absorbing residues that are difficult to wash off entirely. Peaches have very thin skin, and are hard to wash, so it is recommended that you buy organic if you can.
Saagara is an Ann Arbor based Digital Health Company, whose founders have an eclectic background including medicine, design, engineering, and yoga/meditation. The Saagara team is dedicated to helping you maximize your overall health and well being, so that you may lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Saagara is enabling people to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives. Through the use of software available on mobile platforms, we make small changes in people’s lifestyle for dramatic improvements in their health and well-being. With technology, community, and raised awareness, we wish to do this on a global level.
For more information on Saagara and our philosophy, please visit www.saagara.com
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Smart Foods user reviews :
You have corn as green, safe to buy non-organic. This is wrong. Majority of US corn is genetically modified with toxins. I wonder what other inaccurate information is listed in this app. Great idea, but needs corrected before receiving a higher rating.
I will be using this app a lot. It’s really simple and tells me exactly what I need. I highly recommend it.
just wish it included more fruits and veggies…
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