Strawberries contain dangerous levels of pesticides linked to cancer, obesity, and infertility, study warns

Strawberries are the most toxic foods in your supermarket, according to an environmental watchdog.

Researchers found 70 percent of the juicy red morsels have traces of pesticides.

That is higher than any other fruit or vegetable – pushing strawberries to the top of the Environmental Working Group’s ‘Dirty Dozen‘ list.

While the effects of pesticides are unknown, studies detailed below have linked the chemicals to cancer, obesity, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and infertility.

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