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Washington Post dietitian: Environmental Working Group, activists irresponsibly fan fears by citing ‘scary-sounding’ but harmless chemicals in food

Washington Post | 
Would you worry if you knew your food contained sucrose octanoate esters or tocopherols? They might sound frightening, but don’t ...
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Gene editing, novel baking ingredients could make bread safe for millions of consumers who can’t eat carbs

Washington Post | 
Ah, bread....There are whole diets built around avoiding carbs and gluten in bread — sometimes by choice, sometimes by medical ...
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Does Environmental Working Group’s “Dirty Dozen” list discourage Americans from eating fresh produce?

Washington Post | 
Editor's note: This article examines the potential influence of the Environmental Working Group's annual Dirty Dozen list of foods with the ...

Genetic testing for nutrition – it’s finally here

CTV News | 
After Nutrigenomix testing, patients will no longer be given generic advice such as “cut back on salt.” Instead, they will ...
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