This study didn't look at pesticides at all. We have no idea if organic consumption equates to reduced pesticide ingestion - especially considering that there is some evidence to suggest the opposite!
The "high organic" group ate MORE THAN 20x the organics of the "low organic" group, and they only saw a 0.6% reduction in risk
That's a huge expenditure for a minuscule benefit, even if this study is correct
There's a good chance that if you could control for everything, the result would disappear entirely
I've written about this before medium.com/@gidmk/organic…