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Will Genetically Engineered Foods Cause Allergic Reactions? 

Science Daily - Oct 05 5:57 AM
The potential of genetically engineered foods to cause allergic reactions in humans is a big reason for opposition to such crops. Although protocols are in place to ask questions about the allergy-causing possibilities, there has been no test that offers definitive answers.

Studies Identify Food Sources Of Disease And Drug Resistance 
Science Daily - Oct 05 5:55 AM
As the recent US outbreak of E. coli infections caused by contaminated spinach demonstrates, the safety of the food we eat cannot be taken for granted. Two studies in the November 1 issue of the Journal of Infectious Diseases, now available online, further illustrate the point, one adding a new bacterial culprit to the mix and the other showing that use of antibiotics as growth promoters in

WHATEVER COLUMN: Chow, baby... 
Richmond Times-Dispatch - Oct 05 6:39 AM
Fuss all you like, fast food sells. It doesn't matter how many times you've been grossed out by a raw McNugget, gotten sick off a Thickburger or found a spare digit in your bucket-o-chicken.

Fair feed Writer takes on what Topsfield dishes out 
Gloucester Daily Times - Oct 05 6:54 AM
Food was on everyone's lips outside the Topsfield Fair on Saturday. On the walk to the turnstiles from the parking lot, fairgoers talked about their favorite fair delicacies - corn dogs, sausage subs, fried dough, apple crisp, candy apples, cotton candy and more.

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Empty calories, in casual dietary terminology, are calories present in high-energy foods with poor nutritional profiles, typically from processed carbohydrates or fats. An "empty calorie" caloriecounter has the calarie counter same energy content of any other calorie but lacks accompanying micronutrients such ccalorie counter as vitamins, minerals, or amino acids as well as fiber such as is found in whole grains. calerie counter Michael Jacobson, head of the Center for calori counter Science in the Public Interest, coined the term in 1972.

Generally, unnecessary calorie couter calories are converted in the body to fat. However, if calorie intake is limited calorie conter for the sake of reducing weight, insufficient vitamin and mineral intake may lead to malnutrition. calore counter Dieticians recommend in every case that nutrient-dense food such as clorie counter fruit and vegetables be substituted for empty-calorie food.

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  • Candy, Soft drinks, beverages with a calory counter low juice component, and other foods containing Sugar
  • White bread and other products of calorie counting white flour
  • White rice
  • Margarine or shortening
  • Beer, wine, and other alcoholic beverages
  • Butter, lard, and other highly-saturated fats.
  • High fat calorie count foods such as hamburgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, pizza, potato chips, and French calorie countere fries

References

  • Adequate Nutrients Within Calorie Needs. Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005. Retrieved on calorie counter 2006-05-09.
  • Nutrient-dense food vs. empty-calorie food. free calorie counter Calorie Counter. Retrieved on 2006-05-09.


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