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Avoid Butter-Flavored Microwave Popcorn

Michael Greger MD | May 29, 2014 | Health

Read More: artificial flavors, bronchiolitis obliterans, butter, butter flavor, diacetyl, FDA, food additives, industry influence, lung disease, lung health, microwaving, mortality, Orville Redenbacher, phosgene, popcorn, popcorn lung, safety limits, smoking

                What does chemical warfare and microwave popcorn have in common? The poison gas phosgene, first used extensively as a chemical warfare agent during World War I, can cause a horrific lung disease......

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Toxin Contamination of Spirulina Supplements

Michael Greger MD | April 29, 2014 | Health

Read More: algae, blue-green algae, cancer, infants, liver disease, liver failure, liver health, natural toxins, nerve health, pregnancy, safety limits, seizures, side effects, spirulina, supplements

                On his first day of life, an infant was hospitalized with seizures. Researchers concluded that his mother’s daily spirulina use starting in the fourth month of pregnancy was likely to blame. I’ve......

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Is Noni or Mangosteen Juice Safe?

Michael Greger MD | April 24, 2014 | Health

Read More: aloe vera, beverages, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, children, fruit, fruit juice, heart disease, heart health, hepatotoxins, Hydroxycut, industry influence, juice, liver disease, liver failure, liver health, mangosteen, Metabolife, mortality, natural toxins, noni, safety limits, seizures, side effects, stroke, supplements

                There is now another case report of acute toxicity linked to noni juice ingestion, this time in a 14 year old. At least his liver didn’t fail completely like in two of......

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Should Carrageenan Be Avoided?

Michael Greger MD | April 22, 2014 | Health

Read More: acrylamide, algae, bread, carrageenan, cheese, colon health, cooking temperature, dairy, EPA, Europe, fat, FDA, food additives, french fries, grains, infant formula, infants, inflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, Ireland, leaky gut theory, McDonald's, milk, potato chips, safety limits, yogurt

                Six hundred years ago, people living along the coast of Carragheen County Ireland started using a red algae, which came to be known as Irish moss, to make a jellied dessert. This......

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Egg Industry Caught Making False Claims

Michael Greger MD | March 6, 2014 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, American Heart Association, animal products, arachidonic acid, cake, carcinogens, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, dairy, dietary guidelines, eggs, false advertising, Federal Trade Commission, Freedom of Information Act, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, meat, milk, National Commission on Egg Nutrition, poultry, safety limits, Salmonella, smoking, steak, tobacco, turkey, USDA, vegetables

                On the basis of concerns from the American Heart Association and consumer groups, the Federal Trade Commission carried out successful legal action—upheld by the Supreme Court—to compel the egg industry to cease......