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Is your wine tainted with carcinogenic arsenic

Sunday March 22, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- High levels of highly toxic inorganic arsenic have reportedly been found in rice and apple juice and chicken.  Now the

Major Media Coverage & Harvard Prof. Calls For Lower Fluoride Levels

MARCH 11, 2015   We have exciting news!  On Tuesday, Newsweek published a second well-written article on fluoridation, this time highlighting the new study linking fluoridation to ...
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Cooking with spices/herbs prevents toxic chemicals in cooked meat

It has been known that cooking meat at high temperature can lead to the development of cancer-causing agents.  Early studies have shown that adding spices/herbs ...
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Does alcohol make you red-faced? Stop drinking alcohol!

Research has revealed that people who become red-faced after drinking alcoholic beverages such as wine and beer may not be able to produce one enzyme ...
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New ADHD Study, More on Thyroid Study & Latest Victories - fluoridealert.org

FEBRUARY 28, 2015 A New Day, Another Study Just when you thought we wouldn’t get any more bombshells this week, a study was published yesterday linking fluoridation ...
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Pesticides in food

Environmental Working Group has updated pesticides in food and lists the dirty dozen of fruit/vegetables and clean 15 fruits/vegetables based on the amount of pesticides ...
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New study reveals toxicity of fluoride - hypothyroidism

Editor's note: In many areas, the drinking water is fluoridated to have 1 ppm of fluoride or even higher. The new study suggests that 0.7 ppm can be toxic enough to induce hypothyroidism in some people....
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Aspartame may be a stressor

Sunday Feb. 15, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A. K. Choudhary AK and Devi R. Sheela Devi at University of Madras in Tamilnadu, India published a study ...
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Sialic acid in red meat, milk is a risk factor for cancer

Friday Jan 09, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- Consumption of red meat and dairy products have been linked to increased risk for various types of cancer.  It ...
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When it comes to turkey, bigger isn't always better

  DONATE   You may be getting an extra side dish with your Thanksgiving turkey that you didn’t bargain for: a risky drug called ractopamine.Ractopamine is a growth enhancing ...
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