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A non-stick danger

Using Teflon frypans and other cooking utensils may damage the environment, a new study s...lymers whose non-stick properties are exploited in cooking utensils, ovens and combustion engines. However, when heated, these polymers can emit a chemical k...

Allergy Risk Increased by Kerosene Use

... symptoms and the domestic use of modern fuels for cooking and heating, particularly from kerosene and to a lesser degree gas. The exposure to these pollutants could play a major role in the emergence of allergic diseases in both developing and developed countries....

Cooked vegetables give more iron

...g of the American Chemical Society indicated that cooking vegetables for about 10-20 minutes increases the a...egetables and found that 25 of them benefited from cooking of some sort, including boiling, steaming, or stir-frying. The iron content in the vegetable is the...

Tomato Sauce reduces Cancer Risk- Study

...he most protection, said Giovannucci. He said that cooking raw tomatoes, as is done to make spaghetti sauce, may break down cell walls of the fruit and allow the body to absorb more lycopene....

Fat findings

...ount of processed and fried foods in your diet and cooking with healthier fats such as olive oil and canola oil. Eating plenty of antioxidant rich fruits and vegetables also helps fight plaque build up....

Sweet corn releases antioxidants on cooking

...ornell University in the US have experimented with cooking corn on the cob for increasing lengths of time (10, 35 and 50 minutes). The longer the corn was cooked, the higher its antioxidant level. Of especial interest was the release of ferulic acid, an antioxidant found mainly in grains, but generally in...

New heart-healthy corn due in stores by 2007

... as an ingredient for other products or is sold as cooking oil. Scientists are waiting for a patent approval, expected next month. After that, seed companies can apply for a license to sell it to farmers. Food processors also are interested in healthful ingredients that can provide benefits for weight-co...

Same molecule found in meat, milk, tumors

... on the fat content of animal fat or byproducts of cooking meat as the cause of disease.Researchers developed an antibody -- an immune system targeting protein -- that would hook onto Neu5Gc. The team found Neu5Gc in human tumor samples and to a much lower degree in healthy tissue. More tests showed that mo...

A Common Cause Of Allergy That Goes Unnoticed

... appear within two hours after ingestion, inhaling cooking vapors, or handling seafood. However, some reports show reactions can be delayed as long as 24 hours. Thus researchers caution : “Before you take that first bite of lobster, you might want to make sure you’re not allergic to it.?...

Environment and Diet Found To Precipitate Asthma

...ing. Factors significantly linked to wheezing were cooking with gas, foam pillows, and damp housing. Factors that protected against wheezing were cotton quilts and frequent consumption of fruit and raw vegetables. Thus researchers conclude saying that the differences in asthma prevalence are likely due to d...

Crooked teeth may be due to evolution and overcooked meals

...US, chopping of vegetables to bite size pieces and cooking them to into mashed textures may be one of the rea...e of our faulty food habits. We have developed our cooking process in direct contrast to what our first ancestors had eaten. It is this fact that had lead to p...

Cooking with unflued stove can cause cataract

...The present study examined the association between cooking with unflued indoor stoves and development of cataract. A hospital-based study conducted on the Nepal–India border included 206 cases and 203 controls. Cases were female patients who had confirmed cataract. They were in the age group between 35 and...

Ayurvedic Therapies Cashing In On Medical Tourism

...ct, several resorts have been known to throwing in cooking classes to help clients maintain their new look and lifestyle change, which they can take back with them. Many of the Ayurvedic therapies are quite effective, however one cannot expect a hundred percent cure. Still, some of the high demanding therap...

Scientists Warn Against Food Borne Illnesses

...m discount common safety practices in handling and cooking food. Gerd Bobe, with the National Food Safety and Toxicology Center, cited the way food-safety messages are expressed is critical after conducting a survey of Michigan consumers who had bought refrigerated juice in the past year. He found that 72...

Ways Of Tackling Antibiotic Resistance

...r preparing food and handling raw meat; thoroughly cooking food and reheating leftovers properly; preparing raw and cooked foods separately; storing food correctly and following a good standard of hygiene in your kitchen. The same recommendations apply for food prepared in restaurants and take-away establish...

Older People Can Also Eat As Young!

...dowed) and impaired mobility may make shopping and cooking too much of a bother. But following the above plan will help solve these problems and aid in proper nutrition and health of older people. Source: Harvard Medical School...

French Fries In Cancer Controversy In China

...acrylamide varies depending upon the type of food, cooking time and temperature. Acrylamide could potentially cause cancer in humans. Animal tests suggest such a probability. Epidemiological studies on professional exposure to acrylamide found that long term exposure to low doses of acrylamide can cause a r...

Fish food has lot of advantages, but only if cooked in the right way

...s the benefits to the maximum. This is because the cooking preparation is as important as the amount of fat and calories in your meals. // Ready to dive into the nutrition facts? Just one piece of batter-dipped fish has 170 calories and 11 grams of fat. Fish or shrimp preparations accompanied by fried stuf...

Another Feather In The Garlic Cap: Helpful In Avoiding Breast Cancer

...as noted that no studies have shown a link between cooking vegetables and fruits and PhIP, regardless of the method used. Source: Florida A&M University...

Feast Of The East a gastronomic tour-de-force

...light the festival is. "Indian spices met Chinese cooking styles and Malay traditions. Arab traders brought their way of cooking. The Europeans followed, bringing in chilli from South America. China brought the concept of ying and yang balance to food. Japan elevated every dish into an artistic statement," ...

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