Shopping at a fancy organic food store can cut down on tons of health risks, though you do risk dying of shame after being seen shopping at a fancy organic food store. Eat pesticide-free trailmix without hitting the trail, with Door to Door Organics.
The e-grocers previously just delivering organic fruits 'n veggies to Denver/Boulder have just bulked up their offerings beyond the produce aisle: D & D's now delivering everything from tasty, not-incredibly healthy snacks to locally-raised meat with a single mouse click, assuming you tear yourself away from another kind of locally-raised meat. Stocked protein includes beef from 100% organic/grass-fed Blue Range Ranch cows in the San Luis Valley, which D & D actually buys by the animal (one or two at a time) before taking it to a local butcher to procure the choicest cuts (everything from tongue, to T-bones, to actual bones), as well as 100% wild salmon from a CO-born angler now based southwest Alaska, where the most effective angle is usually just "hey, I'm from a state with people". Less meaty grub-agories include "Nut Butters & Spreads" with Coloradan Madhava clover honey, "Sweets" with Sun Cups dark chocolate bars and Chocolove organic dark chocolate, and "Kids & Babies", which is just sick.
Ever expanding their dietary range, they've recently stocked up on Thanksgiving eats (from stuffing to turkey spice rubs), meaning you can contribute to the meal without risking the one thing more embarrassing than being seen shopping at health food store: shopping with your mom, anywhere.