Anonymous
You got that right!

ASTEC wrote:
What's really in the food????
In China, bats, rats, snakes and mice.
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ASTEC
What's really in the food????
In China, bats, rats, snakes and mice.
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topnurse

Why are fruit and vegetables often better frozen than fresh?

* Produce to be frozen is usually picked at its nutritional peak, and then 'snap frozen', which locks in the nutrients for a later date.

* In contrast to fresh produce, frozen fruit and vegetables don't spend time in transit deteriorating, so they could actually be a better choice for your health.

What foods should you eat fresh not frozen?

* Salad greens

* Rice

* Herbs

* Milk 

* Yoghurt

* Cucumbers 

* Potatoes 

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BillB

Berries, tomatoes and mixed vegetables: The foods that are better to buy and eat frozen than fresh

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When shopping for fruit and vegetables, it can be easy to bypass the frozen aisle in favour of picking out something fresh. But dietitians say there are some foods that are better for you when frozen.

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jackie

Make-up lovers beware! Experts reveal women are exposed to 168 chemicals in their beauty products EVERY DAY

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According to a new report, the average American woman applies 168 chemicals to her body in the form of cosmetics. Experts claim beauty products are not closely regulated by the FDA.

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ThePlainTruth

The highest-calorie restaurant meals in America, from a marshmallow steak dinner to a 2,000-calorie breakfast

The highest-calorie restaurant meals in America 

America has a reputation for excessive meal sizes, a major culprit of the obesity epidemic. But none are as fatty, calorific, salt-laden and sugar-loaded as these dishes. This list, compiled annually by the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest, names and shames the chain restaurants with the most dangerously high-calorie meals in the country. The list includes the Texas Roadhouse meat meal, with a side of marshmallow sweet potato (left); IHOP's 2,000-calorie breakfast of meat-topped omelette with hash browns, tomatoes, onions, cheese and a side of syrup-soaked pancakes (center); and Chili's Ultimate Smokehouse Combo, served on a tray because it can't fit on a plate.

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ChrisB
Does the public know that certain fish caught in Alaska are immediately frozen, shipped to China to be thawed, deboned, refrozen, and then shipped to the U.S. Unbelievable but true.
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BillB
Something fishy here! Farmed salmon is often mislabeled as wild in U.S. restaurants and stores, study finds
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BillyDavie
Ever wonder what's really in the food sold at grocery stores around the world? People keep asking me, "What ingredients should I avoid?" So I put together a short list that covers all the most toxic and disease-promoting ingredients in the food supply. These are the substances causing cancer, diabetes, heart disease and leading to tens of billions of dollars in unnecessary health care costs across America (and around the world).

If you want to stay healthy and out of the hospital, read ingredients labels and make sure you avoid all these ingredients:




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