WASHINGTON – Officials investigating the new U.S. case of mad cow
disease said on Friday they had a “strong lead” on a second calf from
the crossbred beef cow and hoped to find the farm where the cow was
born a decade ago.
The U.S. Agriculture Department announced the new case, in a cow …
By Rajeev Syal
March 02, 2006
TRACES of a carcinogenic chemical have been found in soft drinks at
eight times the level permitted in drinking water, it was revealed
Tests conducted on 230 drinks on sale in Britain and France have
identified high levels of benzene, a compound known to cause cancer,
according to the …
Protect your health freedom: Put an end to Codex and support the
Health Freedom Protection Act
March 15 2006
The United States has come to a decision point on nutritional
supplements. Choice A is to continue participating in the Codex
Alimentarius Commission (Codex), which could be hazardous to public
health by setting limitations on supplements, and …
From Dr. Fuhrman’s book Eat to Live:
Remember those four basic food group charts we all saw in every classroom in elementary school? Protein had its own box, designated by a thick steak, a whole fish, and an entire chicken. Dairy foods had their own special box as well. A healthy …
By LIBBY QUAID
14 March, 2006
WASHINGTON – Despite the confirmation of a third case of mad cow
disease, the government intends to scale back testing for the
brain-wasting disorder blamed for the deaths of more than 150 people
The testing program detected an infected cow in Alabama last week,
and further analysis confirmed Monday …
What is the Meatrix? It is the lie we tell ourselves about where our
meat and animal products come from.
In an age characterized by mechanization, there is a large gap
between our illusions about where food comes from and the stark
industrial reality of meat production. No longer the dominion of the
suspender-clad farmer, …
13 March 2006
LONDON – If you want to keep the weight down, switch to a meat-free
diet, scientists said on Tuesday.
Researchers, who studied the eating habits of 22,000 people over five
years, including meat eaters and vegetarians, found they all put on a
few kilos but meat eaters who changed to a vegetarian …
WASHINGTON – A cow in Alabama has tested positive for mad cow disease, the Agriculture Department confirmed Monday, the third case in the U.S.
The animal was a beef cow but hadn’t entered the food supply for people or animals, said the department’s chief veterinarian, John Clifford.
A routine test last week …
March 7, 2006
Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Recent news reports from the Food and Drug Administration in the
United States indicate that meat companies sometimes use carbon
monoxide to keep beef looking red and more attractive to consumers.
While many doctors agreed that carbon monoxide used in small amounts
is not unsafe, the concern …
By: Marianne Harris, guest columnist
Thursday, March 9, 2006
So, you want to lose weight. You want to live healthier. You want
fewer visits to the doctor. Normal blood pressure and cholesterol
levels. Clear, unclogged arteries. Pain-free days and nights. A good
night’s sleep – good digestion – a sharp memory with good
concentration. Sexual vitality. …
Omega oils influence mood, impulsivity and personality
People who have high intakes of omega-3 fatty acids are more
agreeable and less impulsive, says a new study from Pittsburgh.
Previous studies have linked low levels of omega-3 to several
neurobehavioral disorders, while rowdy British kids supplemented with
omega-3s showed improvements in behavior and learning after only …
By Stephen Daniells
Residues from star fruit, a waste product from the juicing process,
is a rich source of extractable antioxidants, says research from
Star fruit (Averrhoa carambola L.), also known as carambola, are
grown extensively in Southeast Asia, Australia, South America, Hawaii
and Southern Florida. Sales of star fruit from Florida were estimated
at $17.1 …
Your range of available choices right now has no limits.
The only limits you have are in your mind.
You’ve got it in you to succeed.
Just make up your mind and stick with it.
You weren’t born with any limits on your powers
or any set limits to your capacity.
At any moment, you have …
Fruits and vegetables are not as vitamin rich as in the past, says new data
March 1, 2006 — While modern farming tecniques are producing larger and more perfect fruits and vegetables, the yeild in terms of nutrients is declining.
Of the 13 major nutrients found in fruits and vegetables, six have …
- A middle school student’s science project uncovered a disturbing fact — the ice in fast food beverages in filled with bacteria, including types that come only from fecal matter.
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Published on: February 21, 2006
Millions of Americans may be buying beef or seafood that has been treated with carbon monoxide as a “pigment fixative” – in other words, carbon monoxide has been used to keep the product’s pink or rosy color in an effort to keep it looking fresh.
The problem …
Eating more than the recommended five portions of fruit and
vegetables a day can cut risk of stroke, a study says.
Friday, 27 January 2006
People who ate three to five cut the risk by 11% compared with those
eating fewer than three, The Lancet reported.
It was 26% lower for people who ate more …
Things turn out best for those people
who can make the best out of the way things turn out.
It’s not the situation, it’s your reaction to the situation.
The reality in your life may result from many outside factors,
none of which you can control.
Your attitude, however,
reflects the ways in which you deal …
Spiritual Health Inspirations
by Dr. Richard Anderson
Causes of Dis-ease
1. Disease is a natural result of an unnatural lifestyle.
2. A smile is a bloom of the soul.
3. Disease occurs only when our internal environment is favorable for
disease growth. We create our internal environment through our diet,
lifestyles, and thoughts.
4. As …
Once upon a time, it used to be a beautiful day in
the neighborhood…that no longer applies to the
world of 2006.
Good morning, boys and girls. Can you say:
Polydimethylsiloxane is a substance that is manufactured by
Dow Chemical and is primarily used in food-manufacturing
factories as a de-foaming agent for commercial boilers.
Polydimethylsiloxane is not …