Gallery: Ridiculous Study Alert: Eating Organic Food Can Make You A Jud...


If you’re about to tuck into an freshly grown, locally-produced organic lunch, then here’s something that may interest you. According to a study conducted at Loyola University in New Orleans, those who eat organic good are more likely to be “smug,” exhibit judgemental attitudes and “be a jerk.” But before heaving your lunch into the compost bin and reaching for a pesticide-covered peach, read on for the nitty-gritty details on this ‘groundbreaking’ study.

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  1. LACC May 26, 2012 at 2:46 am

    The moral licensing theory would explain much regarding our current political debate and climate in the US.

  2. codexborgia May 24, 2012 at 4:43 pm

    After living most of my life in California and being subjected to the “Greener than Thou”, the “More Socially Aware than Thou”, “More Organic than Thou” Tribal groups that permeate this State both in Southern California and specifically in the Bay Area, I can attest to the fact that I believe this study to be close to truth. I think its about time that we stop the preaching of eating one way is better than another and let’s unite against an issue we can all rally behind — Factory Farming and processed food? “Share” the love and let’s raise our collective consciousness.

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