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A comprehensive study undertaken by the British Cheese Board some 5 years ago set out to determine whether the rumour that eating cheese had any effect on human sleep patterns and experiences. A number of people reported that they were experiencing nightmares and contended that it came as a direct result after their consumption of cheese before retiring to bed at night.
Published by Colin Dovey 89 months ago in Food Safety | +20 votes | 30 comments
Know the facts about sodium and sodium glutamate.
Published by Jessie Agudo 90 months ago in Food Safety | +5 votes | 3 comments
There have long been issues How do you know if your child is affected by melamine poisoning and many well-known brands of dairy products such as milkaffected by this poisoning? powder, infant formula and yogurt as well being tainted with melamine. what should you do if they are that
Published by chy99 90 months ago in Food Safety | +15 votes | 10 comments
There is some doubt about the safety of transgenic food crops, with Greenpeace challenging Monsanto on genetically modified food. Is Monsanto good or bad?
Published by Fiona Wilkinson 90 months ago in Food Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
Is soy really a healthy food choice? What are the benefits and risks of eating soy products?
Published by Shawn McCoy 90 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 1 comments
According to James Bowen, MD (a biochemist and physician) sucralose is a chlorcarbon. In essence sucralose is chlorinated sugar which is in the same family as tetrachloride, methylene chloride (antifreeze) and trichloroethylene.
Published by Charlene Collins 91 months ago in Food Safety | +12 votes | 5 comments
Food poisoning is not only meant by having stomach trouble, vomating or diarrhea, it may go with fatigue, dizziness, muscle aches and nasty bouts of cramps which could take from several hours to days to appear. People who get the food poisoning can describe how much pain and troulble they have to face during the whole period. Even after recovering from it, you need to check your food for few days. Food poisoning is caused by bacteria in food which can doulble in number every 20 minutes at room ...
Published by Amera Khanam 93 months ago in Food Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Food poisoning: a dangerous medical condition, that can put our life in danger. Learn how to cook and to avoid this illness through this article.
Published by Savastru Liviu 93 months ago in Food Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
Reading newspaper and taking a sip of hot brewed coffee or tea in your favorite glazed mug is most prefer by many. Those fancily colored kitchenware may have enhanced the beauty of your kitchen, but they are not as innocent as they look. Those teapots or mugs used may be poisoning your body, as makers of earthenware pottery and kitchenware frequently use cadmium and lead in their glazes – metals that brightens and highlight colors.
Published by Ron Siojo 93 months ago in Food Safety | +11 votes | 7 comments
High Fructose Corn Syrup has hidden dangers it's time you learn about what you're really eating. Did you know this sweetener is in fact unnatural and represents more than 40 percent of caloric sweeteners?
Published by Shayla Mack 95 months ago in Food Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
HERE ARE SOME TIPS IN PLAYING SAFE WITH FOOD
Published by John Vernin 95 months ago in Food Safety | +6 votes | 1 comments
What are the benefits of raw eggs? Are they full of salmonella? Should you consume them raw or should they be cooked?
Published by Shirley Brown 96 months ago in Food Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
Outdoor cooking offers risk of food-borne illness. Eliminate cross-contamination of foods.
Published by Raymond H Lee 96 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
Seafood has become Americans favorite treats from oysters and clams to lobsters and shrimp. We have many food delicacies coming from our deep seas.
Published by Teresa Farmer 96 months ago in Food Safety | +6 votes | 8 comments
What foods should I never scrimp and save on when purchasing organic go green foods?
Published by Tere Scott 97 months ago in Food Safety | +1 votes | 1 comments
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