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2010-05-18 06:10:00

US researchers revealed a study on Monday that showed meats such as bacon, sausage, hot dogs and other processed meats can raise the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Unprocessed meats, including beef, pork and lamb appeared not to raise the risk of heart attacks and diabetes, the researchers said, suggesting that salt and preservatives may be the real cause of the serious health problems associated with eating meat. The study, which was taken from analysis of other research, did not look...

2010-03-17 07:15:00

DAVENPORT, Iowa, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- French Water Cure Diet recently introduced an eclectic alchemic method to convert plain water into cured water for increasing the energetic aura of the body and life extension. The materials in the $100 kit include a mix of over 80 electrolytic crystal minerals, a permeable transformer curing rod, a vortex bottle connecter and a patented hydromotivator hydration monitor. Users making cured water and drinking it for daily hydration have reported a...

2009-07-09 06:31:49

A new study by researchers at Rhode Island Hospital found a substantial link between increased death rate from certain age-related diseases and increased exposure to nitrates, nitrites and nitrosamines in processed foods and in the environment. The researchers note that the role of nitrosamines has been well-studied, and their role as a carcinogen has been fully documented. The investigators propose that the cellular alterations that occur as a result of nitrosamine exposure are fundamentally...

2009-07-05 23:32:39

U.S. researchers found a link between increased levels of nitrates in the environment and food and increased deaths from Alzheimer's and diabetes. Study leader Dr. Suzanne de la Monte of Rhode Island Hospital and colleagues studied the trends in mortality rates associated with aging, such as diabetes, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes and cerebrovascular disease, as well as HIV. The study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, found strong parallels between age adjusted increases...

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2009-01-29 07:40:00

Parents who regularly feed their children cured meats like bacon and hot dogs should be aware that the foods are linked with a heightened risk of leukemia. The new study - that looked at 515 Taiwanese children and teenagers with and without acute leukemia - also found that vegetables and soy products may help protect against cancer. Researchers found those who ate cured meats and fish more than once a week had a 74 percent higher risk of leukemia than those who rarely ate these foods.The...

2008-08-06 09:00:11

To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Janet Riley, +1-202-587-4245, jriley@meatami.com, or Dave Ray, +1-202-587-4243, dray@meatami.com, both of AMI Physicians Committee Campaign Exploits Children and Is Fear- Mongering at Its Worst Attribute Statement to AMI Foundation President Randy Huffman, Ph.D. WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by AMI Foundation President Randy Huffman, Ph.D.: A factually inaccurate, alarmist and exploitive new campaign aimed...

2008-07-14 09:00:35

Q: I would like to smoke salmon fillets on my barbecue grill. What, if anything, do I need to do to the salmon beforehand? Also, how long should it smoke and over how much heat? Also, what kind of wood chips do you recommend? Looking forward to your tips and recipes._John D. P.S. Would another fish work better? A: First let's remember that there are two types of smoked fish: cold smoked fish (for which the temperature never exceeds 90 degrees) and hot smoked fish (still using relatively...

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2007-04-18 06:00:00

By JULIA WATSON Beware the hot dog. And the BLT sandwich, possibly one of the world's finest portable meals, a brilliant balance of contrasting tastes and textures. They both may damage our lungs and increase the risk of lung disease. But only if you eat them too often. This is the conclusion of a research team from Columbia University. Their findings, just published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, show that cured meats can cause COPD -- chronic...