Tag: Food Safety

Where Glyphosate is Banned

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A number of places have taken steps to either restrict or ban glyphosate due to the reported health risks. Where is glyphosate banned? Find out here.

Source: Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman


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Roundup in Food

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 In response to changing GBH use patterns and advances in scientific understanding of their potential hazards, we have produced a Statement of Concern drawing on emerging science relevant to the safety of GBHs. Our Statement of Concern considers current published literature describing GBH uses, mechanisms of action, toxicity in laboratory animals, and epidemiological studies. It also examines the derivation of current human safety standards. We conclude that: (1) GBHs are the most heavily applied herbicide in the world and usage continues to rise; (2) Worldwide, GBHs often contaminate drinking water sources, precipitation, and air, especially in agricultural regions; (3) The half-life of glyphosate in water and soil is longer than previously recognized; (4) Glyphosate and its metabolites are widely present in the global soybean supply; (5) Human exposures to GBHs are rising; (6) Glyphosate is now authoritatively classified as a probable human carcinogen; (7) Regulatory estimates of tolerable daily intakes for glyphosate in the United States and European Union are based on outdated science. We offer a series of recommendations related to the need for new investments in epidemiological studies, biomonitoring, and toxicology studies that draw on the principles of endocrinology to determine whether the effects of GBHs are due to endocrine disrupting activities. We suggest that common commercial formulations of GBHs should be prioritized for inclusion in government-led toxicology testing programs such as the U.S. National Toxicology Program, as well as for biomonitoring as conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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How Long Is Canned Food Good for After the Expiration Date?

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When to toss and when to keep! When was the last time you cleaned out your cupboard of canned goodies? I recently went into a friend’s pantry and found some cans dating back to 1988! Needless to say, those babies got tossed out. But what about cans that are past their “use by” dates by a few weeks, months or even years? Here are some guidelines for what to toss and what to keep. Labels On Cans Canned foods don’t have an expiration date. Rather, the two main labels you’ll find on cans include the

Source: How Long Is Canned Food Good for After the Expiration Date?


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  • canned food expiration date chart
  • can you still eat expired canned food
  • how long is canned food good for after the expiration

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  • How Long Is Canned Food Good for After the Expiration Date?
  • How Long Does Canned Food Really Last?
  • Is it safe to eat canned food past its best-before date?
  • It’s Usually Safe to Eat Food Past the Expiration Date-Here’s How to Know When It’s OK

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Side Effects of Artificial Sweetener

People are turning to artificial sweeteners as a lower-calorie alternative to sugar. Writing in Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism, researcher Susan Swithers argues that artificial sweeteners may negatively affect our metabolism and brain — and even lead to weight gain.

Source: Not-So-Sweet Side Effects of Artificial Sweeteners


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  • side effects of long term use of artificial sweeteners
  • how do artificial sweeteners affect the body?
  • benefits of artificial sweeteners

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  • Sugar substitutes: Health controversy over perceived benefits
  • Artificial sweeteners: sugar-free, but at what cost?
  • The Truth on Artificial Sweeteners
  • Artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes

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