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Nutrition

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Carolina Journal Online

The North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition is threatening to send a blogger to jail for recounting publicly his battle against diabetes and encouraging others to follow his lifestyle. Chapter 90, Article 25 of the North Carolina General Statute

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DemocracyNow.com

73 disabled children were fed oatmeal laced with radioactive isotopes. 829 pregnant women were served "vitamin cocktails" (so they thought) containing radioactive iron. An eighteen-year-old woman believing she was being treated for a pituitary diso

News Link • Global Reported By Joe Plummer
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Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD

Consumption of margarine made with trans fats has gone up five fold, and vegetable oils, more than fifteen-fold. Along with trans fats, these often rancid vegetable oils are new to the human diet. A good case can be made that these changes in fat-

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Amanda Whitney-yahoo news

1. The linings of formula cans contain bisphenol-A, 2. Feeding an infant formula can increase the child's risk of developing food allergies and inflammatory bowel disease, 3. It is impossible to produce sterile powdered infant formula. 4. Baby fo

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arclein

On the contrary, replacing whole-grain, freshly milled cornmeal with chemically bleached, nutrient-stripped, shelf-stable industrial flour proved nothing but detrimental to Appalachian health.

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Simply Your Health

The Swine flu is worse than we thought, and is inching ever closer to becoming a 1918 pandemic.    The federal government is silently moving forward to force vaccinations upon the public.   Are there any answers? What are some of our options?

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ABC News

a little-known pharmaceutical firm in Bangkok, Thailand, has been working on a cancer treatments for decades and has amassed some extraordinary evidence for the effectiveness of its product Yaamet-Dor. In 2007, the results of a a 4-year, population-based, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial that involved approximately 1,200 women were announced. It reported that Yaamet-Dor, this time at 1,100 units per day, led to a 60 percent reduction in cancer incidence.

News Link • Global Reported By Anonymous Watchman
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NewsMax

McDonald's Corp. has finally selected a new trans fat-free oil for cooking it famous french fries after years of testing, the fast-food chain said Monday. While it has developed a healthier new oil, the company is still not saying when it will b

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MSNBC

For nearly four years, dairy farmer Greg Wiles has poured milk from his cloned cows down the drain in compliance with a voluntary ban on food from cloned livestock. Now in financial straits, Wiles says he may be forced to sell his cloned cows for ham

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Denver Westword

Joseph Brodsky eyes the freshly pulled double espresso with scorn. "This looks terrible," he mutters darkly. From its poorly foamed surface, he can tell the coffee has been extracted from the espresso machine in a few measly seconds rather

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Wall St Journal

(Thanks to Karen Decoster) 20 years ago, Mr. Jacobsen's CSPI launched a public relationis blitz against fast food joints for using palm oil to cook fries. The group claimed victory when restaurants starting using partially hydrogenated oil inste

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