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Junk food or processed food is the major culprit for developing several diseases. The negative impact of junk food is not limited to physical health only as it can destroy mental health as well. Eating junk food can cause depression and lack of energy. Many researches have already proved it and several other researches on this issue are going on. How does junk food cause depression?
Published by Sourav RC 71 months ago in Food Safety | +3 votes | 1 comments
Mental health treatment centers are always telling us how important good nutrition is to our overall health. What does your eating habits say about your attitude? Do you flare up easily or get irritated at the least provocation? Check your nutrition and switch to good sources of vitamins and minerals.
Published by Jude Chukwuemeka 71 months ago in Food Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Montrealers are on the bandwagon to eat healthier just like most people are today. Like most people we are hung up on the organic foods. Organic foods are said to be grown naturally without pesticides. This makes us feel good and reminds us of a little home garden we all wanted, but many of us cannot have because we live in huge apartment buildings with no place to plant. Though some of us can still have balcony plants, many condos and apartment complexes will not allow anything on the balcony...
Published by carol roach 72 months ago in Food Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
French fry is one of the world's most popular foods. Its main ingredient is potato which is basically an excellent source of carbohydrates, fibers, minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients. However, deep frying potatoes can potentially make it highly carcinogenic. The sodium and saturated fat that French fries contain is another turn-off for this favorite snack.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 72 months ago in Food Safety | +21 votes | 13 comments
There is a debate as to which is healthier, olive oil or canola oil. There are big differences with both of these cooking oils and some of these differences might surprise you. Learn about the differences between canola oil and olive oil and you can decide which the healthier oil is.
Published by Sam Montana 72 months ago in Food Safety | +34 votes | 19 comments
Stress, a fast paced life, irregular eating habits, consuming too much of refined food, poor and inadequate sleep, and no exercise; all contribute to extreme toxicity of our system. This makes us prone to a host of lifestyle-related diseases, such as hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, depression and insomnia.
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 72 months ago in Food Safety | +5 votes | 2 comments
Pink Slime has been put into restaurant food, grocery store food and school lunches for children for years now. It has only recently been brought to light and consumers and parents are not happy. Learn what pink slime really is, how it is made and what foods you might find it in.
Published by Sam Montana 232 months ago in Food Safety | +18 votes | 14 comments
Contrary to what many people would have you believe the social networking sites i.e. Facebook do impact lawmakers and lawmaking, at least they did here in Colorado. The new Colorado Cottage Foods bill was approved in committee on Thursday, January 27, 2012, after home bakers organized on Facebook and then showed up at the state capitol bearing tasty treats bearing the Colorado State Seal. Maybe the sweats did it, no one will every know for sure, but House Bill 12-1027 passed with an unanimous vo...
Published by Jerry Walch 72 months ago in Food Safety | +17 votes | 9 comments
In the last five to ten years, American consumers have been inundated with food recalls. As we wonder what the government and food companies are doing to protect us from contaminated foods, statistics are showing that approximately 25,000 Americans are infected annually from Escherichia coli or E. coli. What most Americans don't know is that there are different types of E. coli infections.
Published by Sandy James 73 months ago in Food Safety | +17 votes | 10 comments
Excitotoxins are added into our foods and drinks. Two of these added ingredients are glutamate and aspartame, better known as MSG and NutraSweet. Do you really want to eat and drink these unhealthy chemicals. Become an informed consumer so you can make the right choice for you and your family.
Published by Sam Montana 73 months ago in Food Safety | +21 votes | 12 comments
In September of last year Dr. Oz shocked some people when he announced on his TV Show that apple juice contained a dangerously high level of lead and arsenic, but most people just tuned him out because they were use to hearing things like that. The United States Food and Drug Administration, the FDA, countered Dr. Oz's warning by asserting that his test results were false because he had tested for the total arsenic present which included organic arsenic which is harmless to human beings. The FDA...
Published by Jerry Walch 73 months ago in Food Safety | +25 votes | 12 comments
The state of New Hampshire, the “Live Free or Die” state. Is considering eliminating licensing for homestead produced foods and raw milk that is sold on the farm. The NH House of Representatives may be voting on this issue as early as next week. Do you believe that removing the government oversight on homemade foods is a good idea? Is there any reason to believe that homemade foods that are sold to the public are inherently safer to consume than commercially produced foods?
Published by Jerry Walch 73 months ago in Food Safety | +19 votes | 9 comments
Underwriters Laboratories, 117 year old independent testing agency has taken an active interest in global food safety issues. The food safety issues facing the global economy today was only part of their annual product safety report “Navigating the Product Mindset” but it will behoove you to set up and take close notice of their findings because they will impact your health.
Published by Jerry Walch 73 months ago in Food Safety | +15 votes | 10 comments
In January of this year the U.S. Congress issued a report that raised some very interesting questions about the efficacy of third-party food safety audits. The report was the results of the study the government had conducted of the Jensen Farm's cantaloupe Listeria outbreak. Although Jensen Farm's listeria outbreak was the precipitating cause for the study, the results of the study revealed some interesting facts about the industry as a whole. This article will outline some of the lessons learne...
Published by Jerry Walch 73 months ago in Food Safety | +13 votes | 7 comments
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