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Food packaging chemical found to increase onset of chronic diseaseA study of 1500 South Australian men found a link between several chronic diseases and phthalates – a group of chemicals used widely in food packaging.The results, which have been published in the international journal Environmental Research, detected phthalates in the urine samples of 99.6 per cent of men.....
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Eating tomatoes may protect against skin cancerCould eating a tomato a day help keep skin cancer away — or at least lessen the risk of developing non-melanoma skin cancers?Researchers at The Ohio State University think the answer is maybe, based on promising results of a new study of how nutritional interventions can modulate the risk for skin cancers in.....
Potatoes seen as healthy product in SwedenAlthough some regions were affected more than others, Lars Elofson from Svensk Potatis said that overall there was not too much damage from the cold weather during April/May. "Most of Swedish potato production, around 40%, takes place in the Southern region of Skane. The cold weather did mean that there were.....
Europeans increasingly eat less fruit and vegVarious types of shoppers have specific daily routines, including their eating habits. What about Millennials for example, young families or baby boomers? Which products fill their shopping carts? Plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables? Prominent is looking for answers with the help of a European study by.....
Healthy Food Congress
"Horticulture is the purveyor of health"On 8 September, the Healthy Food Congress will take place in the World Forum in The Hague. It will precede a Food congress for doctors lasting several days.The congress will focus on four themes: ‘The first 1000 Days’, ‘Best practices in improving health’, ‘Personalized Nutrition’ and ‘Food Trends’. “The.....
McDonald's 'Loaded Lettuce' has more calories than a Big MacThe newest McDonald's burger might look healthy but it doesn't compare to some of its more loved classics.McDonald's released its "Loaded Lettuce" burger to much love from fans applauding the health benefits of the burger on its Facebook page.The burger replaces the standard buns on the burger with lettuce.....
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Suffering from migraines? Have some cucumberHeadaches when they become moderate to severe often indicate a migraine, a common health condition.Indeed, migraines affect nine million people in the UK, according to Migraine Action.This includes, estimate the NHS, one in five women and one in 15 men.They can be very debilitating - it's the reason 100,000.....
Children, adults differ in how they perceive sweetness of fruitsMost children want their food to taste sweet. So, do you want your child to eat a candy bar or fruit when they have a snack? A team of researchers from the University of Florida and the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Pennsylvania found children and adults differ in how they perceive sweetness of fructose –.....
US (CA): UnitedAg adds seven new health & wellness clinicsUnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, is adding seven new health and wellness clinics to its growing network that serves California farmworkers and their families. Through an agreement with Salinas-Calif.-based Pinnacle.....
Global Nutrition Report launches November 4The 2017 Global Nutrition Report will launch on 4 November.This year's report will have a strong focus on nutrition across the Sustainable Development Goals, and how investing across the SDGs can improve nutrition outcomes.GNR would like to see a number of events taking place across the week following the.....
Australia: Giving ugly vegetables a nutrient-rich faceliftAs part of an industry-led drive to reduce waste, Horticulture Innovation Australia and the CSIRO are working with growers to turn imperfect-looking vegetables into nutrient-rich snacks and supplements.Hort Innovation chief executive John Lloyd said the project is investigating how good nutrients, or.....
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