~Thoughts for Thinking People~
COOKING: Flipping burgers frequently during frying and using a lower flame may decrease the cancer-causing risk that has been previously associated with compounds (heterocyclic amines) formed during cooking.
SUPPLEMENT DANGERS: Excess iron can cause damage to the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels, boosting a person's chances of developing hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and heart attack.
TOXICITY: More than half of new computer monitors currently being sold are treated with a flame-retardant chemical, triphenyl phosphate, which is emitted into the air when the monitor becomes hot, provoking allergic reactions.
NATURAL FOOD PROOFS
sources of nutrients are superior to synthetics. Natural vitamin C,
beta-carotenes and vitamin E are good examples with significant supporting
research, although most card-carrying nutritionists deny such differences
in spite of the evidence.
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