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  1. What Are Potatoes Good For? - Mercola.com

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    Studies on Potato One study 1 conducted by scientists from the Institute for Food Research found that potatoes provided compounds called kukoamines, which aid in lowering blood pressure. These were previously believed to only be found only in an exotic Chinese herbal plant called Lycium chinense , which is used in Chinese infusion herbal medicine.

  2. The health benefits of eating organic and non-GMO | Special ...

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    A 2012 French study published in the international journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology, the only study to examine the long term effects of GMOs, found that rats fed a diet of Monsanto's GMO corn developed enormous tumors and suffered organ damage.

  3. 10 Best Cat Foods In 2019 - Guide & Reviews Of Top Dry & Wet ...

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    Nature’s Logic claim to fame is the first company to offer completely chemical-free dry, wet, and frozen cat food. The US-based and family-owned company offers a range of animal proteins in their products for easy rotation to prevent allergies. These foods are easily digestible and full of natural antioxidants, enzymes, and probiotics.

  4. Top 5 Best Senior Cat Foods [2019 Buyer’s Guide & Reviews]

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    Rounding out our list is another canned food for seniors. While among the pricier options from the list, this brand uses the finest single-source protein from ethically raised, free-range animals. It’s also free of the usual oh-no-no’s when it comes to cat food (grains, rice, soy, potatoes, agar agar, BPA, perservatives, fillers, wheat, sugars, etc.).

  5. Disappointingly, the third ingredient on the list is potatoes. This ingredient is commonly used in grain-free pet foods as a kibble binder. Potatoes are minimally nutritious for cats and pack a hefty carbohydrate punch. Despite the inclusion of potatoes so early on the ingredient list, Farmina describes this as a “low glycemic formula”.

  6. Genetic Literacy Project

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    The GLP's mission is to aid the public, media and policymakers in understanding the science and implications of human and agricultural genetics and biotech.

  7. Search Results for 'kidney disease' - Dog Food Advisor

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    I would like to comment on your scare article, listing the FDA’s DCM dog food advisory list. We take issue with their conclusions for a variety of reasons, some of which were mentioned in your article, such as the role that breed and food brand popularity play in influencing the suggested food correlations in their study.

  8. Genetic engineering - Wikipedia

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    Genetic engineering. Genetic engineering has been applied in numerous fields including research, medicine, industrial biotechnology and agriculture. In research GMOs are used to study gene function and expression through loss of function, gain of function, tracking and expression experiments.

  9. What Are Beets Good For? - Mercola.com

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    Studies Done on Beets. A study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry evaluated 27 of the most commonly used vegetables in the U.S. to determine their cellular antioxidant activity (CAA) and oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) values. Beets, along with broccoli and red pepper, were shown to be the highest.

  10. Survivor Celina Biniaz: The youngest of Schindler’s Jews ...

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    Survivor Celina Biniaz: The youngest of Schindler’s Jews. BY Jane Ulman | Mar 29, ... training them and providing them with extra food and medications. ... Celina studied with her from December ...