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Vegetarian women are at a higher risk of hip fracture

Vegetarian diets can be ‘healthy or unhealthy’

12-Aug-2022

A study of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women reveals those with a vegetarian diet had a 33% higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters. University of Leeds research, published (Thursday, August 11) in the journal BMC Medicine, investigated the risk of hip fracture in occasional ...

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Tetra Pak to exit Russia

11-Aug-2022

Tetra Pak announced that it will be exiting its remaining operations in Russia. This is due to the cumulative impact of the restrictions on exports to Russia leading to an unsustainable supply chain, as a result of which the company is left with no other option than to exit the country. This ...

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Dietary salt substitutes lower risk of heart attack/stroke and death

Beneficial effects likely to apply to people everywhere, say researchers

11-Aug-2022

Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes and cardiovascular disease, finds a pooled data analysis of the available evidence, published online in the journal Heart. The beneficial effects of these substitutes are likely to apply to people all ...

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Oil-based systems show promise for eradicating salmonella on food production machinery

10-Aug-2022

Recent outbreaks of food-borne Salmonella have been associated with chocolate and peanut butter. Although Salmonella cannot grow in either of these low-water foods, the cells survive, becoming more resistant to heat treatment, which has contributed to recent outbreaks. New research published in ...

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Study reveals environmental impact of over 57,000 food products

10-Aug-2022

If you want to do something good for the environment when shopping for food, you should avoid meat, fish and cheese and instead opt for fruit, vegetables and bread. This is the conclusion of a British study that assessed the environmental impact of more than 57,000 products available in ...

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Plant-based ‘beef’ reduces CO2 emissions but threatens 1.5M ag jobs

08-Aug-2022

Plant-based alternatives to beef have the potential to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but new economic models show their growth in popularity could disrupt the agricultural workforce, threatening more than 1.5 million industry jobs. By embracing meat protein alternatives, U.S. food ...

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Britons can buy food via suppliers on Tiktok

03-Aug-2022

Tiktok users in the UK can now buy food via the platform. Since Monday, cooking box suppliers Pasta Evangelists, The Veg Box Company and The Fish Society, among others, have been offering their products via the social network, trade publication The Grocer reported. Among other things, the brands ...

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Junk food advertising restrictions prevent almost 100,000 obesity cases and is expected to save the NHS £200m

Researchers are now investigating the impact of rolling the policy out nationwide

03-Aug-2022

Junk food advertising restrictions on Transport for London (TfL) networks have prevented almost 100,000 obesity cases and is expected to save the NHS over £200 million, according to new research. The new study, from the University of Sheffield and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine ...

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Odorant Analysis 2.0

Technique for the Isolation of Volatile Food Compounds Optimized

01-Aug-2022

A research team from the Leibniz Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich (LSB) has succeeded in automating an established method for the gentle, artifact-avoiding isolation of volatile food ingredients. As the team's current comparative study now shows, automated ...

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Eating more ultra-processed foods associated with increased risk of dementia

01-Aug-2022

People who eat the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods like soft drinks, chips and cookies may have a higher risk of developing dementia than those who eat the lowest amounts, according to a new study published in the July 27, 2022, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the ...

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