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Viewpoint: 10 food additives that show ‘chemicals’ in our food are useful, not dangerous

Fitness Reloaded | 
Education and fear can’t go together, so let’s examine what some of the most common food additives are and what ...
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Will raw or organic milk reduce “inflammation”?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Dairy products do not cause inflammation. They may actually act as anti-inflammatory foods ...
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Fitness and health expert: 10 science-based reasons why I’m thankful for GMOs

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Some vocal opponents of GMO foods are in the fitness community. There is a perceived belief that engineered foods pose ...
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Organic milk vs. Conventional milk: Why nutrition expert is ditching organic

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Consumer Reports and "green" lobbyists are trying to convince consumers, particularly worrying moms, to abandon soy and conventional milk for ...

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