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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

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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Environmental Medicine Training Course with Jeffrey Smith on GMOs

  Environmental Medicine Training Course with Jeffrey Smith on GMOs February 9, 2015 | 5:30 PM- 7:30 PM PST Join Jeffrey Smith in the Environmental Medicine Training course as ...
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Sneaky Salmonella: It’s Common, Costly, and Preventable

Jan 15, 2015 Capt. Christopher R. Braden, MD, Director of the Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Each year, roughly ...
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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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Documentary, “Poison on the Platter”: GE Foods Are Spreading Across India

AD Link:  Loca.com - your next vitamin superstore.   November 22, 2014  Visit the Mercola Video Library Story at-a-glance+ By Dr. Mercola The corporate and regulatory forces that are out to get ...
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The GM Contamination Register: a review of recorded contamination incidents associated with genetically modified organisms (GMOs), 1997–2013

AD Link:  Loca.com - your next vitamin superstore. The GM Contamination Register: a review of recorded contamination incidents associated with genetically modified organisms (GMOs), 1997–2013 Becky Price1   ...
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Impacts of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the U.S. -- the first sixteen years

Editor's note: Crops are genetically modified often to increase their resistance to the herbicides so that they can survive when herbicides are used to remove weed. This is known to increase the use of herbicides as shown in this report. Crops can also be genetically modified to produce a toxin in the crops to prevent these crops from being damaged by insects. GMO foods of this type are often used in animal feed because of the toxin. For at least once, a toxin-producing corn got into a fast food chain restaurant!...
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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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