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Soaking Potatoes Before Frying Cuts Suspected Carcinogen

Findings show even a simple washing reduces acrylamide levels by up to 23% THURSDAY, March 6 (HealthDay News) -- Soaking potatoes in water before frying cuts down on the formation of the suspected carcinogen acrylamide, says a a new, British study. Acrylamide is created when starch-...

U.S. Teens Moving Away from Illicit Drugs, but Jump from the Frying Pan to the Fire

U.S teens have significantly cut down use of illicit drugs, but have turned to prescription painkillers, which are dangerous, say experts. // Dr. Grant Mitchell, chief of psychiatry at Northern Westchester Hospital Center, in Mount Kisco, N.Y said, "This doesn't surprise me. As we write more a...

From the frying pan into the fire: Celiac disease and diabetes

The results of a recent population based study conducted in Sweden points out that those children who developed celiac disease, a disease which is caused as a result of allergy// to a substance called gluten chiefly found in wheat can cause them to become triple times more prone to developing Type...

Researchers find possible environmental causes for Alzheimer's, diabetes

...e in these foods. Nitrosamines are also easily generated under strong acid conditions, such as in the stomach, or at high temperatures associated with frying or flame broiling. Reducing sodium nitrite content reduces nitrosamine formation in foods. Nitrosamines basically become highly reactive at the ce...

Too Much Red Meat May Shorten Life Span

...nclude choosing fish, poultry or beans instead of beef, pork and lamb; choosing leaner cuts of meat; and baking, broiling or poaching meat rather than frying or charbroiling it. For the study, the researchers looked at what more than a half-million people, ages 50 to 71, were eating over the span of a de...

Too Much Red Meat May Shorten Lifespan

...nclude choosing fish, poultry or beans instead of beef, pork and lamb; choosing leaner cuts of meat; and baking, broiling or poaching meat rather than frying or charbroiling it. For the study, the researchers looked at what more than a half-million people, ages 50 to 71, were eating over the span of a de...

Open Your Eyes to Healthy Eating Habits

...ections: Cook pasta according to package directions, without salting water. While pasta is cooking, spray a large, non-stick frying pan with cooking spray. Heat over medium-high heat. Add onions, then stir and cook until slightly transparent, approximately 5 minutes. Add garlic, st...

Ending Epileptic Seizures

...ng" seizures of the movies, are common. In Catanzaro's case one of these episodes left her with third-degree burns after she placed her hand on a hot frying pan. "For 20 years I tried different pharmaceuticals," says Catanzaro. "When a new drug came out, my doctor was handing me a prescription, but...

Thanksgiving Cooks Serve up a Side of Safety to Loved Ones

...fting the customary fixings, no tradition -- no matter how delicious -- is worth sacrificing the safety of your family. "Whether baking, roasting or frying the family turkey this year, UL urges consumers to evaluate appliances wisely," said John Drengenberg, consumer affairs manager of Underwriters Labora...

Frying Tumors Can Boost Lung Cancer Survival

... similar needle-based freezing technology can help fight kidney cancer, studies find MONDAY, March 17 (HealthDay News) -- Needle-delivered frying or freezing technologies can be useful weapons against both lung and kidney cancers, new research shows. In one study conducted in France, patients...
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Syracuse University partners with Serum Institute of India to develop vaccines for children

...rmless, but is still recognized as tetanus by the immune system so as to trigger a response that protects the person from the disease. "It's like frying an egg," Doyle says. "The egg white, which is a protein, is clear when you crack the egg into a pan. When the egg heats up, the egg white becomes opaq...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Aug. 13, 2008

...ore the first micro-spacecraft can blast off, scientists need to shrink the titanic thermal regulation systems used to help prevent today's ships from frying in the harsh sunlight of space or freezing in the pitch black absence of it. AD ARTICLE #6 EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE: Tuesday, Aug. 19, 10:30 a.m.,...

When the chips are down -- soak them!

...nce of Food and Agriculture shows that pre-soaking potatoes in water before frying can reduce levels of acrylamide. Acrylamide is a naturally occurring che...od International found that a simple measure of pre-soaking potatoes before frying can dramatically reduce the formation of acrylamide and may therefore reduc...

Turtle studies suggest health risks from environmental contaminants

... The same chemicals that keep food from sticking to our frying pans and stains from setting in our carpets are damaging the livers and impairing the immune systems of loggerhead turtlesan environmental health impa...

Plant reflections may be key to early detection of treatment needs

...o turn brown after frying, he said. At this time is doesnt appear to affect quality and does not show up in baking potato, but the discoloration after frying is a problem for the chipping industry. Another possibility, he said, is to utilize the technology in plant breeding to determine genetic differenc...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 19, 2007

...ts of three commonly-used Italian cooking practices boiling, steaming, and frying on the nutritional content of carrots, zucchini and broccoli. Boiling and steaming maintained the antioxidant compounds of the vegetables, whereas frying caused a significantly higher loss of antioxidants in comparison to the wat...

Research says boiling broccoli ruins its anti-cancer properties

... the maximum benefit from your five portions-a-day vegetable consumption, if you are cooking your vegetables boiling is out. You need to consider stir frying steaming or micro-waving them." ...
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Environmental group works to run cars on Culver's old frying oil

Madison, Wis. The next alternative fuel source for Wisconsin may be where consumers least expect it in the basement of a restaurant. The Wisconsin Department of Administration announced on Monday a $15,000 technological feasibility grant will be awarded to the Madison Environmental Group ...

Plenish™ High Oleic Soybean Oil Offers Trans Fat Solution with Superior Performance

...althy monounsaturated fats than commodity soybean oil. The high levels of oleic acid also significantly increase the stability of the oil when used in frying and food processing applications. Plenish™ high oleic soybean oil also will provide flexibility to be used alone or in combination with other o...

DuPont Receives Canadian Regulatory Approval for High Oleic Soybean Trait

...nfirmed that the oil contains about 80 percent oleic acid. The high levels of oleic acid significantly increase the stability of the oil when used in frying and food processing, meaning the oil doesn’t break down as quickly. Soybeans are grown on more acres than any other oilseed crop in North Ameri...

Research Confirms Better Oil from New DuPont High Oleic Soybean Trait

...soybeans produced in 2007 confirm that the oil contains at least 80 percent oleic acid, significantly increasing the stability of the oil when used in frying and food processing. Like low linolenic soybean oil, high oleic soybean oil eliminates the need for hydrogenation, resulting in foods with negligible ...

Lost in translation: corporate branding

...hnology and it matches our curvy logo design. At times, this holistic, homeopathically driven and overly emotional strategy is like going from the frying pan into the fire. Talk about an emotional break-dance. KumangaTeq would be a good name if its customers were all located in northern Calcutta around ...

The future of work is now

... the odds of finding a better opportunity and a more fulfilling environment? Regrettably, most of these individuals may be jumping from one proverbial frying pan to another or worse. Some workers will find better jobs and more fulfilling places to work, but simple math suggests that many will end up not muc...

Culver's in biofuel deal; net extortionists; no net tax

... Culver's, a fast-food chain native to Wisconsin, is working with Madison Environmental Group on a kit to make cars run on old frying oil. Meanwhile, online extortionists are holding personal files for ransom, and a proposed Wisconsin sales tax for online entertainment has been rejec...

Biofuels surge forward

...s $2 million for biofuels in budget Wisconsins biobased industries could be world leader Environmental group works to run cars on Culver's old frying oil Robert Beets is a writer for WTN in Madison. ...
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