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Nutritional Quality of Organic Versus Conventional Fruits, Vegetables, and Grains

The Journal Of Alternative And Complementary Medicine, vol.7 no.2 pp.161-173, 2001


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Resource IDworthington2001
Resource titleNutritional Quality of Organic Versus Conventional Fruits, Vegetables, and Grains
Author(s)Virginia Worthington
Publication/ sourceThe Journal Of Alternative And Complementary Medicine, vol.7 no.2 pp.161-173
Date published 2001
Summary text/ abstractTo survey existing literature comparing nutrient content of organic and conventional crops using statistical methods to identify significant differences and trends in the data. Published comparative measurements of organic and conventional nutrient content were entered into a database for calculation. For each organic-to-conventional comparison, a percent difference was calculated. For nutrients where there was adequate data, the Wilcoxon signed-rank test was used to identify significant differences in nutrient content as represented by the percent difference. Mean percent difference values were also calculated for each significant nutrient by study and by vegetable for the most frequently studied vegetables. The nutrient content of the daily vegetable intake was calculated for both an organic and conventional diet.
Library categoriesFood & Agriculture, Simplicity, Toxics
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