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Is Monk Fruit Extract a Safe Food Additive?

A study published by the Europeian Food Safety Authority, on 11 December 2019, titled “Safety of use of Monk fruit extract as a food additive in different food categories“, stated the following: “The Panel concluded that toxicity database on Monk … Continue reading

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Plant Sources of Vitamin B-12

Some scientific studies indicate that green laver and purple laver, also called “Nori“, contain substantial amounts of biologically active vitamin B-12. Nori is available in many supermarkets and grocery stores. It is edible seaweed formed into thin sheets, and often … Continue reading

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Foods that End Hunger

Most of the hungry in the world have a main staple food, such as rice, which provides carbs and some protein plus some of the electrolytes and a paucity of vitamins and minerals. To move them out of hunger, which … Continue reading

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Towards a Minimalist Diet

What would be the least number of different types of foods that you could eat on a daily basis to have a complete nutritious diet? 15 foods plus iodized salt. Daily Diet Food grams Amaranth 300 (weight before cooking) Canola … Continue reading

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Reduce risk of Breast Cancer by 50%

This well-tested prescription drug reduced the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women by 49%: BBC news report: Drug that prevents half of breast cancers carries on working | Full text of the most recent study in the Lancet. For … Continue reading

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The Only Practical Solution To World Hunger

Search for “solutions to world hunger” on the internet. The many voices shouting about their solutions to hunger are either things that have already been tried, or approaches that require a vast number of persons to change their behavior, or … Continue reading

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Amaranth as a Rescue Crop for the United States

In certain regions of the developing world, they use fonio as a rescue crop. A village plants their usual rice crop, which is the main source of carbs and protein for their diet. If bad weather or another problem destroys … Continue reading