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Increase in consumption of ultraprocessed foods associated with increase risk of cancer

In a large, prospective study published in BMJ, the British Medical Journal, researchers found that a 10% increase in the proportion of ultra-processed foods in the diet was associated with a signific…

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Flavonoids from plants reduce cancer-related mortality

In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers found that a moderate habitual intake of flavonoids is inversely associated with all-cause, cardiovascular- and cancer-related mortality.

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Consumer Reports: Organic fruits and veg has little to no pesticide residue, much conventional produce does

Read this review by Consumer Reports that shows, according to USDA data, a high level of pesticides in many conventionally grown fruits and vegetables, and little to none in those grown organically.

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Estrogen Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) found to impact erectile funtion

A study published in Communications Biology found that EDCs promoted erectile dysfunction in mice: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is an extremely prevalent condition which significantly impacts quality of …

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Why it’s beneficial to eat the peels and skins of many fruits and vegetables

From the National Geographic, March 26, 2024, by Stacey Colino: Don’t trash the peels! The skins of fruits and veggies pack a nutritional punch Studies suggest that certain fruit and vegetable p…

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Plastic Food Packaging Contains Endocrine- and Metabolism-Disrupting Chemicals

According to a study published in 2024 in Environmental Science & Technology, plastic food packaging contains both endocrine- and metabolism disrupting chemicals (EDCs and MDCs).

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