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Food Colour in Sausages, Burgers Could Trigger Cancer

...rned that a dye, used sometimes to colour meat for sausages and burgers, could trigger cancer . The European... is still frequently used, particularly in economy sausages and burgers. Under current EU food laws, limited amounts of Red 2G are permitted for use only in c...

Red 2G Food Colour to Be Banned by EU Due to Cancer Fears

... ban the use of Red 2G food colouring in breakfast sausages and hamburgers due to concerns that it could cause cancer, the EU's executive body announced Friday. The European Food Safety Authority has found that there is "a strong possibility that Red 2G could provoke cancer, as it tends to break down into ...

India to Get a Taste of 'British' Curries

... Soya chunks will be used instead of tofu, chicken sausages rather than pork ones, and lamb and mutton will replace beef, as many Indians do not eat pork and beef for religious reasons. She also hopes to steer Indians brought up on fried food to roasting, grilling and baking. "I won't call my show an inva...

Cancer Risk High Among Obese People

...inate altogether, processed meats like ham, bacon, sausages and salami, it said. Council member David Hill said most people do not even think about weight as an issue when it comes to cancer....

Pies Restricted To Once A Term For Kiwi School Kids

... will go all out to do that and feel proud too. If sausages and pies are not available in schools, they will buy these things in dairies and consume. JYT...

Helicobacter pylori effectively killed by Sodium nitrite

...l that is widely used in the curing of lunch meat, sausages and bacon. The bacteria is present in the form of Achilles heel in a formidable mucoid form in cystic fibrosis patients and the new study as found that the bacterium can be effectively killed by Sodium nitrite. Cystic fibrosis, which affects about...

Fish Oil supplementation reduces physical aggression in school children’

...dy recruits were given bread rolls, steamed bread, sausages and spaghetti which contains high concentration of DHA-rich fish oil. The children’s were tested for a battery of tests like psychological tests, physical tests, questionnaires and blood sampling. The study results showed that DHA concentrations in...

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