Personally I think most fruit and veg whether organic or not has been around so long before it's bought and consumed that it has lost a lot of the nutrition expected. But I mostly buy organic to avoid eating the harmful chemicals common to non-organic veg. With meat, it's the ethics of the way the animal has been treated, taste is secondary.
When I used to have my dog, the butcher thought I was mad feeding him organic chicken and couldn't seem to understand the ethics - it didn't matter if it was me or the dog that was eating them, it was the life of the chicken that counted!
Anyone else watch Question Time last night? I thought it was interesting how the socialist panel members were all for independence primarily because they felt that who they were voting for wasn't getting elected 50% of the time. But it's the same for the English voters too! But lets see now, 10 years of Tony Blair (Scottish), then Gordon Brown (Scottish) and now David Cameron (of Scottish descent)! That'll be nearly 20 years of a Scot being PM by the next election. It appeared to me that their main gripe was that they weren't in full power of Scotland which is understandable but are they for independence because the SNP thinks that way they are likely to be in power for years to come and are just power hungry? When organisations or as in this case countries are split inevitably tasks are duplicated and costs go up. No matter how you split the national assets, they are what they are so money will have to be raised elsewhere which will be by taxation.
Google peroneus longus tendon. It connects to a bone at the side of your foot, goes around the ankle where it joins the muscle which goes up the side of your calf. Ish - I'm not a doctor!! I've had problems with it in the past and the OH recently. For both of us it was a knot in the muscle that was pulling the tendon tight and causing inflammation. It is relieved by massaging the muscle to take the pressure off the tendon. In both our cases you could easily feel where the knot was in the muscle. I took ibuprofen or a week to clear the inflammation and did some foot stretches for about a month to strengthen. What you have described sounds very much like my experience - only don't run until it has settled and build back up slowly! Alternatively go and see a physio as it probably won't go away on its own.