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The rainbow represents all colors. It is a sign of good health. The rainbow suggests humanity that if people eat all colors found in nature, they can maintain their health as well. Yes, vegetables and fruits of various colors can protect your health in many ways. Each color has its own importance to enhance your health. There are thousands of ideas if you just sit and imagine for a few minutes.
Published by +Paulose 53 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
The nutrients in the foods that you eat cause variations in the functions of the body, including that of the brain. Eating causes variations in the secretions that activate the brain. The neurotransmitters in the brain are activated by the food that you eat. Ayurveda, the ancient medical system of India, has classified foods according to their quality of changing moods. Sattvic foods keep you relaxed and calm but active. Tamasic foods and rajasic foods stimulate your emotions.
Published by +Paulose 53 months ago in Food Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
Sugar addiction is the modern monster that is killing millions indirectly and directly. Modern diet changes are pulling more and more people into the dangerous addiction of using refined sugar. This habit of sugar intake and addiction to sugar will definitely cause dangerous diseases in us and an early death. People are growing more addicted to refined sugar, even without their knowledge. Commercialism and consumerism of the modern world cannot do this. Only awareness without any selfish motive ...
Published by +Paulose 53 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 1 comments
It is a sad experience this year for me to find my garden not yielding as usual. Plants bloom and flower. But no pollination. No movement of bees and butterflies. Where are those bees and butterflies? Are they gone once and for all? If it is so, just think of the future world struggling for food.
Published by +Paulose 54 months ago in Food Safety | +3 votes | 0 comments
The food we eat may also kill us in the shape of toxins of which many of us are not aware. Recent studies have found out that toxins in rice, one of the most important staple foods of the world, lead to genetic damage and cancer. Globalization and commercialism are encouraging the use of chemicals in producing food products for faster growth and easier profits. This problem can be avoided if it is properly studied and the disease causing elements are prevented.
Published by +Paulose 54 months ago in Food Safety | +4 votes | 0 comments
Cleaning your refrigerator can be a health measure that you can take to insure that the foods you assume to be safe to eat are actually safe to eat. A mixure of baking soda and hot water will disinfect your refrigerator since the baking soda kills germs you might not even see that are alive and well in your refrigerator.
Published by Nora K Anthony 66 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
Is drinking from plastic water bottles bad for your health? Is tap water safer than bottled water? Is it safer to drink bottled water rather than tap water? What plastic bottles are bad for you? There are many different types of plastic, learn which ones may be safer to use and which ones should be avoided. What is a safer alternative to plastic water bottles?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 70 months ago in Food Safety | +8 votes | 1 comments
Popcorn is a popular snack especially in the movie theaters. While it can be prepared at home, ready –made popcorns are available almost everywhere – in public stands, groceries and supermarkets. There are microwaveable popcorns that had been warned for diacetyl – a flavorant that has been responsible for respiratory disorders. Fortunately, this issue can be avoided. Nowadays, popcorn is becoming more recognized as a health food.
Published by Phoenix Montoya 232 months ago in Food Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
It is contended by some people, that a high proportion of processed cheeses are a blight on the health of modern society, and the sad fact is that the large majority of people do not know, or perhaps even care about the differences between unprocessed and processed cheeses. A major reason for this, especially in a cash-strapped society probably comes down to the price differential between the two.
Published by Colin Dovey 89 months ago in Food Safety | +24 votes | 8 comments
GM crops use more pesticides, cross pollinate with organic crops, and may cause food allergies. Evidence shows they also contain less phytoestrogens, essential for fighting disease.
Published by Fiona Wilkinson 89 months ago in Food Safety | +5 votes | 4 comments
In your lifetime, you've eaten thousands of insects and huge quantities of insect by-products. These are two hidden ingredients made from insects, found in many candies!
Published by Matt 89 months ago in Food Safety | +3 votes | 1 comments
This post is about risk factors we are exposed to regular use of caffeine. Is it only associated with only intake of coffee? And how much use of caffeine is out of risk factors? How to minimize these risk factors? Caffeine in its natural and added forms is found in a growing list of products including coffee, tea, cola beverages, new "energy" drinks, chocolate and even some medicines. Caffeine is found in the leaves, seeds, or fruit of over sixty plants around the world. Caffeine exists in t...
Published by Amera Khanam 89 months ago in Food Safety | +7 votes | 2 comments
There may be a large quantity of so called 'safe additives' in food cans or mouth watering foods available at fast food shops, restarurants and chain food malls. And hard fact is that you may suffer from chronic conditions such as headaches, stomach disorders, fatigue, depression, and many other problem due to harmful effects of these additives. The main ones are monosodium glutamate (MSG), aspartame, and L-cysteine. L- glutamic acid or glutamate (the active business end of MSG) is considered ...
Published by Amera Khanam 90 months ago in Food Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
ItÂ’s only been 2 days and a few hours since I gave up Splenda cold turkey. IÂ’ve kept my diet rather bland, and did not eat anything that contained sucralose. For that matter, I have not ingested anything with aspartame in it either. After the first 24 hours I felt somewhat better. I wasnÂ’t as tired as I usually am. Now that IÂ’ve gone past 48 hours without the sweetener, I can tell a big difference in how I feel.
Published by Charlene Collins 91 months ago in Food Safety | +11 votes | 2 comments
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