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Global Food Safety Testing Industry - PR Newswire (press release)


Global Food Safety Testing Industry
PR Newswire (press release)
LONDON, April 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Food Safety Testing in US$ Thousand. Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/90559. The report analyzes the market for Food Safety Testing ...

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High-Fat Diets Are All The Rage. But Can They Also Be Dangerous? - mindbodygreen.com


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High-Fat Diets Are All The Rage. But Can They Also Be Dangerous?
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While diets high in foods rich in fat like meats, cheeses, butter, dairy, and egg yolks are popular, they don't come without some consequences. New research has provided further insight into what happens to the human body when a person eats a fatty ...

GM food is not proven to be unsafe, so stop the fearmongering - South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post

GM food is not proven to be unsafe, so stop the fearmongering
South China Morning Post
In her letter, Sara Wong made an attempt to show that genetically modified (GM) foods might be dangerous (“Why GM foods are not the solution to world hunger”, April 10). However, while millions of servings of GM food have been consumed, there has been ...

Stand against FSANZ Approval of 'Golden Rice' - Scoop.co.nz (press release)


Stand against FSANZ Approval of 'Golden Rice'
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
International Community Gather to Stand against FSANZ Approval of 'Golden Rice'. “We have long asserted that we don't need GMOs which is intertwined with the used of toxic pesticides and herbicides. We have our own traditional rice varieties and ...

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Frankenfoods? A 'terrible word' that could describe more foods than you might realize - Genetic Literacy Project


Genetic Literacy Project

Frankenfoods? A 'terrible word' that could describe more foods than you might realize
Genetic Literacy Project
This depiction is used to reinforce the notion that GM foods are created in laboratories and not by nature and therefore are dangerous to consume. With the constant barrage of scare-based imagery, it is not surprising that there is widespread public ...

Rising Cases Of Kidney Disease - Independent Newspapers Limited


Independent Newspapers Limited

Rising Cases Of Kidney Disease
Independent Newspapers Limited
Medical experts identified 11 risk factors responsible for the rising cases of kidney failure in Nigeria. Among them are diabetes, hypertension, untreated microbial infections, especially urinary tract infections (UTI), diarrhoea, malaria, hepatitis ...

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After Soda Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Guzzle Sugar - EcoWatch


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After Soda Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Guzzle Sugar
EcoWatch
To that end, Madsen is troubled by ongoing negotiations over the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), as the Trump administration seems to be using trade talks with Mexico and Canada to try to limit governmental ability to use ...

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US Government Backs Dangerous New Genetic Manipulation of Plants and Animals - Center for Research on Globalization


Center for Research on Globalization

US Government Backs Dangerous New Genetic Manipulation of Plants and Animals
Center for Research on Globalization
Quite different from the older Monsanto “gene cannon” or other techniques of changing a plant's genetics by bombarding it with a foreign substance to (hopefully) make the soybean or GMO corn resistant to Monsanto's Roundup weed killer, a highly ...

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Modified rice grown in saline fields to hit China market - UkrAgroConsult


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Modified rice grown in saline fields to hit China market
UkrAgroConsult
Beijing has sounded the food security alarm as sweeping industrialization nibbles away at the nation's farmland, along with pollution and erosion further complicating the situation. China's shrinking arable land has forced agriculturalists to devise ...

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After Soda Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Guzzle Sugar - Sierra Magazine


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After Soda Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Guzzle Sugar
Sierra Magazine
To that end, Madsen is troubled by ongoing negotiations over the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), as the Trump administration seems to be using trade talks with Mexico and Canada to try to limit governmental ability to use ...

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Bioscience Resource Project: Anti-GMO activist group promotes conspiracy theories on 'Independent Science News ... - Genetic Literacy Project


Genetic Literacy Project

Bioscience Resource Project: Anti-GMO activist group promotes conspiracy theories on 'Independent Science News ...
Genetic Literacy Project
The Bioscience Resource Project (BSR), is an Ithaca, New York-based nonprofit founded in 2006 by Allison Wilson and her husband, virologist Jonathan Latham. It promotes its anti-GMO activities primarily via their website, Independent Science News for ...

Modified rice grown in saline fields to hit China market - Asia Times


Asia Times

Modified rice grown in saline fields to hit China market
Asia Times
Beijing has sounded the food security alarm as sweeping industrialization nibbles away at the nation's farmland, along with pollution and erosion further complicating the situation. China's shrinking arable land has forced agriculturalists to devise ...

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Beyond olive: 9 healthy oils for cooking, salad dressings and more - Today.com


Today.com

Beyond olive: 9 healthy oils for cooking, salad dressings and more
Today.com
The numbers: 1 tablespoon contains 119 calories and 13 grams of fat. Why it's good for you: Sesame oil has antibacterial properties, so using it as a topical treatment or a dietary supplement may help protect against abnormal bacterial growth. It also ...

Who's Afraid of David Hogg? - New Republic


New Republic

Who's Afraid of David Hogg?
New Republic
Where NaturalNews.com rambles about the dangers of tap water and vaccines and GMOs, Hoggwatch is exclusively focused on attacking the survivors of the Parkland massacre. Longtime critics of Adams tell me that his new fixation doesn't surprise them ...

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Alternet And The Anti-Vaccine Movement - Science 2.0


Alternet And The Anti-Vaccine Movement
Science 2.0
So they sell a "certification" if you agree with their beliefs about " the hidden dangers of processed foods, contaminated drinking water, pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins, “electrosmog”, genetically modified foods, antibiotics, the honest ...

AlgaeHealth advocates for more sensitive glyphosate testing in astaxanthin sector - NutraIngredients-usa.com


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AlgaeHealth advocates for more sensitive glyphosate testing in astaxanthin sector
NutraIngredients-usa.com
“I am concerned that the rapidly increasing incidence of fatty liver disease in Americans may be due to the widespread use of glyphosate. In addition, levels of glyphosate may be an indicator for risk of other contaminants. We encourage all food and ...

One Of The Country's Best Doctors Says A High-Fat Diet Is Great For Weight Loss — UNLESS You're Eating This Food - mindbodygreen.com


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One Of The Country's Best Doctors Says A High-Fat Diet Is Great For Weight Loss — UNLESS You're Eating This Food
mindbodygreen.com
The chalky taste also turns a lot of people off. However, some of the positives are that it has protein (about 7 grams per cup) and is often fortified with important nutrients like calcium and vitamin B12. To help my clients who want to enjoy soy milk ...

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Popular Beer and Wine Brands Contaminated With Monsanto's Weedkiller, Tests Reveal - EcoWatch


EcoWatch

Popular Beer and Wine Brands Contaminated With Monsanto's Weedkiller, Tests Reveal
EcoWatch
French molecular biologist Gilles-Éric Séralini released shocking findings in January of 2018 that of all the Roundup products they tested, over a dozen had high levels of arsenic—over five times the allowable limit along with dangerous levels of ...
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Investing: why it feels good to conform - Irish Times


Irish Times

Investing: why it feels good to conform
Irish Times
Essentially, if someone with agrees with you, it's intrinsically rewarding in the same way that food, sex and money are rewarding. Secondly, Mauboussin notes separate studies showing people who make independent choices show increased activity in the ...

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