6 on Health: Pesticides and pregnancy
The Journal of the American Medical Association says eating fruit and veggies with high amounts of pesticide residue may lower your chance of pregnancy or cause pregnancy loss.
Researchers say more studies are needed to determine the exact link between pesticides and pregnancy.
Some foods that have a lower amount of pesticide residue are avocados, corn as well as orange juice.
Some food that have a higher amount of pesticide residue are peaches, strawberries spinach and peppers.
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