11. Omega-3 Fats in Organic Foods.
The big hype in health and wellness as well as in avoiding disease is the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids. There is data to support that consuming some organic foods means you gain more omega-3 fats per serving. This means that some of the meats and dairy products you consume that you would otherwise expect to have omega-3 fats actually has more of them in a serving. Non-organic foods have been shown to have a reduced omega-3 fats profile in a serving, suggesting this meat as being not quite as anti-oxidant rich as organic foods.