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What is Datem in bread?

What is Datem in bread?  Datem is the common name for a food additive known as diacetyl tartaric acid ester of mono- and diglycerides, which

Titanium dioxide damages the brain

Titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2 NPs) are commonly used in food products, cosmetics and dietary supplements.   A growing body of evidence has suggested that ingestion of nanoparticles ...
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Fluoride causes more than bone cancer

Fluoride is known to lower IQ in children, cause bone cancer in boys, and induce dental and skeletal fluorosis.  In fact, fluoride can cause more ...
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Is your ice cream flavored with a poison banned in Europe?

Would you feed your child yogurt or ice cream contaminated with an herbicide so bad it was banned in Europe more than a decade ago?  Not ...
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Fluoridation Useless for Low-Income Children, Federal Data Shows

  New York – Sept 1, 2016 -- CDC 2011/2012 statistics reveal low-income children’s tooth decay rates are increasing substantially - despite record numbers of children served fluoride ...
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Video: Fluoridation Debate Reveals Fluoride Lowers IQ by 7 points

Editor's note: In the video, the fluoridation opponent reveals that exposure to fluoride could lead to a loss of 7 points in IQ, which is huge. Fluoride can also cause skeletal and dental fluorosis, which can be a more severe condition than dental cavity. Those who want to prevent dental cavity or caries may consider eating more green vegetables which have tons of minerals. These minerals will ensure that your saliva is of high pH. High pH saliva can neutralize acids in the mouth and prevent acids from damaging the teeth....
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Televised Fluoridation Debate & Our Shirt Sale Ends at Midnight

    AUGUST 15, 2016     **There are only a few hours left to get a limited-edition "Our Water, Our Health, Our Choice" shirt before they become unavailable at midnight (U.S. ...
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Prescription Drug Effects Seen in Many Fish

By Martha Rosenberg   Sixty percent of Americans now take prescription drugs—more than ever before. This not only creates unprecedented problems for municipalities whose water filtration systems were developed ...
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Trans fat intake linked to epithelial ovarian cancer

Thursday July 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- Dr. M. A. Merritta at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts and colleagues conducted a study and ...
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Endocrine-Disrupting "Food-Additive"?!?

Endocrine-disrupting chemicals permeate our environment and some of the worst are phthalates, linked to genital defects in boys, asthma, endometriosis and learning disabilities. They’re common ...
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