Fruits and vegetables are sources of vitamins and trace elements that should be consumed daily. But what we buy in stores and markets may contain chemicals and pesticides. Gardeners spray plants with these agents to increase yield and protect them from pests.
Completely getting rid of pesticides in vegetables and fruits is difficult, but it is possible to significantly reduce their content! The largest amount of harmful substances is on the surface of vegetables and fruits.
How to reduce the amount of pesticides
Nutritionist Gail Aleman advises that after the vegetables and fruits have been thoroughly washed, they should be placed in a solution of apple cider vinegar for a few minutes. To do this, mix water with apple cider vinegar (10: 1).
Then gently scrub the product and wash it carefully under running water. This method is not suitable for washing most fruits because their skin is very delicate.
Also watch this video which demonstrates a method to perfectly purify fruits and vegetables and vegetables from harmful chemicals. There is nothing complicated about it! All you need is baking soda, water, and vinegar.