One little problem here is that even if one ate 'organic'.. the healthy eating guidelines on Mainstream Medicines leave much to be desired.
Example. 'Food Groups', 'Food Pyramid' advice is to consume grains 5-6X daily, with grains even making up 1/4 of the daily food intake.. yet the science says
ALL grains are high in lectins that desensitize cell membranes to insulin, causing insulin over production. Grains are also high in leptin plant hormones that interrupt signaling between your liver and pancreas, causing insulin disturbances. These 2 cause obesity and diabetes2. (On a zero grain, zero sugar, high sat-fat, high protein Paleolithic diet, diabetes2 has been turned around in a month).
Grains are high in carbs that fatten. Digested carbs first top up the muscle and liver glycogen, the stored sugar. The rest is rapidly converted to body-fat in the cells' mitochondria via the Krebs cycle. Digested fat only slowly converts to useable energy molecules in the liver.
The high carbs also raise artery-calcifying tri-glycerides. Grains are high in phytates that block calcium and iron absorption. White flour has residual chlorine from the bleaching that depletes immune-boosting selenium from the body.
One also can easily destroy the calories, cholesterol and RDA myths. One must then, if this is so, why the misinformation. The answer may be in profit. Consider that stain drugs are a 25B$ annual business. To market statins, fats have to be made to look bad, to fatten, which they don't, that's the carbs, and to clog arteries which, they don't, they all protect. That makes it easy for the doc to advise taking statins to lower the 'bad cholesterol'!
One also notes that healthy eating promotes fruit and veg, not eggs, liver, cream, butter etc. these loaded with super-nutrients the body needs 24/7.
With 99% of health sites toeing this line, it's not easy to get accurate data. Find free, up-to date*, healthy eating advice on the tthairsolutions site.
*A 1953 study in Framingham, MA, assumed that dietary cholesterol elevated blood cholesterol and that in turn causing artery calcification. This was shown to be complete nonsense by Dr. Robert Atkins MD and Richard Passwater PhD in 1974! Today the Framingham study remains the 'Gold Standard' of Mainstream Medicine!