The link between organic food consumption and health remains insufficiently documented in epidemiological studies
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- A 2012 meta-analysis noted that "there have been no long-term studies of health outcomes of populations consuming predominantly organic versus conventionally produced food controlling for socioeconomic factors; such studies would be expensive to conduct."
- According to a 2017 review of scientific literature, "the link between organic food consumption and health remains insufficiently documented in epidemiological studies. Thus, well-designed studies characterized by prospective design, long-term duration and sufficient sample size permitting high statistical power are needed."
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- It is difficult to construct a study to measure the health impacts of organic food versus conventional food