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Possible Reduced Risk of CancerMore research is needed, but some studies show those who ate organic foods regularly lowered their
overall risk of developing cancer, more specifically postmenopausal breast cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The commonly used herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) has been classified as a probably human carcinogen. Studies also suggest pesticide residues at levels commonly found in the urine of children in the United States could contribute to attention deficit
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). More Healthy FatsOrganic meat and dairy products can have around 50% more healthy omega-3 fatty acids compared to conventionally produced products, according to an interesting study in the British Journal of Nutrition.  More NutrientsMore research is needed, but growing studies conclude organic food might have higher levels of antioxidants and important micronutrients.  For example, three studies examined the nutrition profiles of organic blueberries, kiwis, and strawberries compared to their non-organic counterparts.