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02/19/2018 / By Edsel Cook

You may want to reconsider biting into that fresh apple. A GreenMedInfo article sounded the alarm about a cancer-causing, gene-damaging chemical liberally

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-19-produce-suppliers-are-now-using-freshness-preserver-technology-on-your-fruits-and-vegetables.html

02/19/2018 / By Zoey Sky

No one really thinks twice about the wastewater generated by sinks and toilets, but a team of Canadian scientists has recently

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-19-tracking-wastewater-artificial-sweeteners-chemical-markers.html

02/19/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Also known as Washoku, traditional Japanese diet is known to be nutritious and balanced. However, its benefits on mental health

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-19-study-finds-the-traditional-japanese-diet-improves-mental-health.html

02/19/2018 / By Janine Acero

Organic farming has gained steady ground in the U.S. farm sector over the recent years due to the growing demand

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-19-organic-farming-employs-more-workers-than-conventional-farms-and-encourages-community-development.html

02/19/2018 / By JD Heyes

Ever read Newsweek? If you answered ‘No,’ you’re certainly not alone. In fact, so few people read Newsweek these days

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-19-monsantos-favorite-propaganda-rag-newsweek-is-self-destructing-by-the-day-financial-fraud.html

02/18/2018 / By Edsel Cook

It may soon be possible to enjoy the health benefits of the King of Fruits without the accompanying stench of

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-18-durian-fruit-researchers-have-discovered-its-promise-as-a-probiotic.html

02/18/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Researchers have found that viral epidemics in plants hit cultivated areas more than non-cultivated areas. The finding, which was published

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-18-plant-viruses-more-prevalent-in-cultivated-areas-than-in-natural-areas.html

02/18/2018 / By Janine Acero

As with most herbs, the sea buckthorn has a variety of beneficial properties that are excellent healing aids. One study,

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-18-sea-buckthorn-protects-your-heart-offers-antioxidant-health-benefits.html

02/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

As part of an international effort to revitalize cucumber farming, a European team presented a prototype robot that could replace

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-17-robots-automating-harvesting-cucumbers-germany.html

02/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

An enzyme found in the traditional fermented soybean dish from Japan called natto can help unclog arteries as well as

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-17-traditional-fermented-soybean-dish-from-japan-can-clean-out-your-arteries.html

02/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The word “diet” comes from the Greek word diata which means “way of life.” Many types of diets are increasingly

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-17-pros-and-cons-of-paleo-low-carb-and-fasting-diets-lots-of-fresh-vegetables.html

02/16/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

If you’re still eating processed foods, the latest study in the British Medical Journal should be enough to steer you

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-16-skyrocketing-cancer-rates-driven-by-processed-food-warn-researchers.html

02/15/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Swiss food giant Nestle is coming under fire for misleading consumers using nutritional claims regarding its infant formulas. A report

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-15-nestle-accused-of-using-junk-science-to-market-infant-formula-products-to-gullible-women.html

02/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Dr. Michael Greger remarked in a Daily Mail article that the consumption of wholefood vegetarian diets can reduce the risks

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-02-15-spotlight-on-cancer-fighting-foods-what-to-eat-to-beat-different-kinds-of-cancer.html