We try to eat a pretty balanced diet, primarily consisting of vegetables, fruits and meats with some whole grains mixed in. I try to choose organic (naturally grown, no pesticides, no added hormones, etc) products, but its important to realize what types of foods to prioritize buying organic.
For us, I prioritize buying our dairy products and meats organic. I've done some reading on how these items are processed and the animals are treated and its just really important to me to make sure I buy these items organic. The only thing I haven't fully switched to is buying organic butter. $5? It hurts to think about it.
I also rarely buy processed organic food, unlike this lady. :) Primarily because its not a wise way to spend my money. Organic processed foods are expensive and I can make them at home for much cheaper.
I try to make 1-2 vegetarian meals per week in order to save money on buying organic meat. Caleb isn't the biggest fan of this technique, but he's adjusted.
Interesting definitions I found in an All You magazine.
This is a great list of what types of produce to prioritize buying organic
What Produce to Buy Organically?
3. Sweet bell peppers
Okay to Buy Conventionally?
3. Sweet Corn (frozen)
7. Sweet peas
15. Sweet Potatoes