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Five Killed by Methane Gas on Virginia Farm

...he deadly methane emanating from a manure pit in a dairy farm in Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, US Monday evening. Scott Showalter, 34, a Mennonite farmer who climbed into the pit to unclog a pipe was the first to be killed by methane. His wife, two young daughters and a farmhand followed in his trail. F...

Functional Food What is That, Ask First

... digestion. * Omega3-enriched muffins, bread and dairy products - for cardiovascular and mental health benefits. * A2 milk - contains naturally produced a2 beta-casein to help avoid health problems linked with plain milk such as coronary heart disease, childhood diabetes and autism. * Manuka honey - ...

Top China Official Pessimistic on Fixing Food Safety Woes

...ts including grains, oils, vegetables, meat, eggs, dairy and fish. The administration will also strengthen its information systems and better integrate its operations, he said. Experts have said China needs a complete overhaul of relevant systems, noting that nine different ministries or agencies have ...

Milk and Dairy Products Protect Against metabolic Syndrome

A daily pinta or a helping of dairy foods protect against the clustering of abnormal b...food diaries were used to assess how much milk and dairy foods the men consumed. Around one in seven men (15%) had metabolic syndrome at entry into the stu...

Fat Tax Could Avoid Considerable Amount of Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Annually

...erent approaches. They first applied the tax to dairy products containing high levels of saturated fats, such as whole butter and cheese, baked goods, puddings. In the second approach, they applied the tax to foods attracting an SSCg3d score of more than 9. This is a validated measure of the healthine...

Drinking More Milk may Lessen Type 2 Diabetes Risk

...type 2 diabetes among individuals with the highest dairy intake (3-5 servings per day) compared to those getting less than 1 1/2 servings each day. The Tufts researchers suggest that calcium and vitamin D may affect the body's ability to generate or utilize insulin, the hormone the body makes to process ...

Targeted Food Tax to Improve Health

A daily pinta or a helping of dairy foods protect against the clustering of abnormal b...food diaries were used to assess how much milk and dairy foods the men consumed. Around one in seven men (15%) had metabolic syndrome at entry into the stud...

Drink Milk for a Healthy Heart

...pt weekly food diaries, and recorded the amount of dairy products they ate. Those who regularly drank milk and ate dairy products were far less likely to have the syndrome than those who drank and ate little or none, repo...

Nemcova Turns Veggie to Save Fish

...lives of fish. The 28-year-old gave up meat and dairy products in February after reading an article about the extinction of fishes. "I read that if we fish the way we fish, in 2048 there will be no more fish left, which is pretty soon. So it's a statement," Contactmusic quoted Nemcova, as saying. Th...

Bone Health Protection by Dietary Calcium

...up," got at least 70 percent of their calcium from dairy products and other foods; and a third, the "diet p...n calcium cause this shift. It's also known that dairy products, which are a major source of calcium, can contain active estrogenic compounds, and these ca...

Study of Bacterial Pathogen may Give Insight to Cancer Development

... avoided by cooking all meats thoroughly, avoiding dairy products that are not pasteurised, and washing all fruits and vegetables thoroughly before consumption....

Calcium Rich Food Strengthen Bones Better Than Pills

...om supplements, those who got the same amount from dairy products and other food only, and those who took pills on top of their calcium-rich diet. The researchers found that although the 'diet group' took in the least calcium, an average of 830 mg per day, they had higher bone density in their spines and...

Higher Intake of Calcium and Vitamin D Linked With Brain Lesions in Older People

... found that individuals who consumed more high-fat dairy products had more brain lesions than those who did...he researchers asked, what was it about a high fat dairy diet that accounts for the positive correlation with brain lesions? This new study points the finger...

Diet for Autism

... rye and barley) and casein (protein found in dairy products), induced symptomatic improvements. But these claims are based on hope, lack factual basis and fall short of the required scientific evidence. Early studies did observe improvements in behavior and cognitive skills in autistic childre...

Cancer Risk High Among Obese People

...ads and pastas and non-fat or reduced fat milk and dairy products," says the report in the council's website. "It is recommended that adults eat five servings of vegetables and two of fruit a day for good health and to reduce the risk," it added. Depending on your age and gender, it is recommended that...

Worried of Acne? Cut Down Milk

...e diet of more than 47,000 women and then compared dairy product intake with cases of acne. Analysis of the...as many health benefits. "Unnecessary exclusion of dairy from the diet can compromise nutrient intakes," said Judith Bryans of the Dairy Council....

Farm Milk Reduces Childhood Asthma and Allergies but Raw Consumption is Unsafe

...ed asthma were also observed for all farm-produced dairy products and eating farm eggs also provided protec...asteurised farm milk and eating other farm-related dairy products showed the same level of protection against asthma and allergies, regardless of whether the...

Large Intake of Calcium from Dairy Food Linked to Dementia in Elders

... people may be because of calcium and vitamin D in dairy products, suggests a new study presented at the Experimental Biology meeting in Washington DC. Scientists from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, said that too much calcium could cause neural damage by narrow blood vessels in the brain. Th...

Campaign Against Trans Fat Gaining Fruit in US

...imilar to saturated fat which we get from meat and dairy fat, eating high levels of trans fats can increase the risk of developing heart disease, and this initiative, combined with efforts to reduce saturated fat, are essential ingredients for good heart health....

Four Cups of Coffee a Day may Cut Down the Risk of Gout

...ohol use, and a diet high in red meat and high-fat dairy foods among them on the association between coffee consumption and gout among the study participants. Most significantly, the data revealed that the risk for developing gout decreased with increasing coffee consumption. The risk of gout was 40 per...

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