Do you shop organic? We try to be conscientious about what goes into our bodies and where it comes from, but admittedly, I'm not as on-point as I could be. I try to shop locally and eat seasonally whenever possible, partially because it's healthier, but mostly because it tastes better.
Are you familiar with the "dirty dozen?" These are the twelve fruits and veggies with the largest amount of pesticide residues and therefore, the most important to buy organic. Conversely, the "clean fifteen" rank lowest in pesticide residuals and don't necessarily need to be organic. I'm always forgetting what's on what list, so I made visual cheat sheets for you. Feel free to download these to your desktop (images were sourced from stock photography). I currently have them tacked up on my fridge and am trying to commit them to memory.
(Dirty Dozen: Bell peppers, apples, lettuce, grapes, blueberries, peaches, potatoes, strawberries, kale/collared greens, celery, nectarines and spinach.
Clean Fifteen: Cabbage, cantaloupe, eggplant, mushrooms, onions, watermelon, asparagus, corn, sweet potatoes, kiwi, peas, pineapple, mango, grapefruit and avocado).