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  1. Top 10 Pro & Con Arguments - Milk - ProCon.org

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    "The most recent evidence suggested that intake of milk and dairy products was associated with reduced risk of childhood obesity. In adults, intake of dairy products was shown to improve body composition and facilitate weight loss during energy restriction.

  2. Scientists Plead with Greenpeace for Blind, Dying Children ...

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    Oct 29, 2016 · On the battlefield of global warming, too many scientists have done the bidding of Greenpeace. Story submitted by Walter Donway. The world’s top scientists are upset with Greenpeace, the worldwide nonprofit organization, with an annual budget of almost a quarter-of-a-billion Euros, which started in Vancouver in 1970 to defend “nature” against human beings.

  3. Spider Papers reveal how Monsanto & the EPA bury cancer ...

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    A few years ago, a group of more than a dozen scientists from within the CDC put out a public statement, while remaining anonymous, outlining the big problem of corporate influence and the effect it is having on health policy decisions. They were referred to as the Spider Papers. The authors really stressed just how big of a problem this is.

  4. 2017: January - April Political Notes - Richard Stallman

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    12 April 2017 (Food service workers in the US) Food service workers in the US now feel compelled to hide their union organization activities. 12 April 2017 (Protests in banks that fund oil pipelines) Activists have launched a series of protests in banks that fund oil pipelines, where they drop oil on one of the protesters.

  5. Impact of pesticides use in agriculture: their benefits and ...

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    Pesticides and TPs could be grouped into:(a) Hydrophobic, persistent, and bioaccumulable pesticides that are strongly bound to soil. Pesticides that exhibit such behavior include the organochlorine DDT, endosulfan, endrin, heptachlor, lindane and their TPs. Most of them are now banned in agriculture but their residues are still present.

  6. Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) and the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University studied the data from 6,814 participants in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and concluded that diet diversity may be linked to lower diet quality and worse metabolic health.

  7. agriculture | National Geographic Society

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    Agriculture enabled people to produce surplus food. They could use this extra food when crops failed or trade it for other goods. Food surpluses allowed people to work at other tasks unrelated to farming. Agriculture kept formerly nomadic people near their fields and led to the development of permanent villages. These became linked through trade.

  8. Dr. Gundry’s The Plant Paradox Is Wrong | NutritionFacts.org

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    My food intolerance started with wheat and over time included beans, grains, eggs, dairy, potatoes and many other foods with minor reactions are suspected. If I want to function without joint pain and fatigue I eat lots of fruit, greens and sweet potatoes but I am afraid I will become sensitive to these as well.

  9. What is Whole Grain - Whole Grain vs Whole Wheat

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    Whole grain cornbread was the favorite (85% tried it and liked it, with another 11% willing to try it) followed by whole wheat bread (72% tried/liked and 3% more were willing to try). Those living in an urban setting or frequently consuming fast food were less willing to try whole grain foods 105).

  10. Changing Crops for a Changing Climate - What can ...

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    Jul 19, 2013 · Author and environmental activist Mark Lynas spoke at Cornell on April 29, 2013 as part of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future's Outside Voices speaker series. Following his presentation Lynas joined a panel discussion with Cornell professors Ron Herring, Peter Davies, Margaret Smith, David Wolfe and Wendy Wolford; and Mary-Howell Martens, owner of Martens Farm and Lakeview Organic ...