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Feeling addicted to food? Your parents' drinking habits may impact your risk

28-Jul-2022

People with a parent with a history of alcohol problems are at greater risk for showing signs of addiction to highly processed foods, a new University of Michigan study found. These foods, such as ice cream, chocolate, pizza and fries, contain unnaturally high amounts of refined carbohydrates ...

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Loryma ingredients Halal certified

Wheat proteins, starches and wheat-based functional blends verified compliant with Muslim dietary laws

14-Jul-2022

According to the European Institute of Halal Certification (EHZ), all Loryma ingredients comply with their Halal standard, with the corresponding confirmation issued after an audit. These include, for example, the wheat texturates (Lory® Tex), the binding components of the Lory® Bind range, ...

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Cancer-causing pollutants in the global food chain exceed EU safety limits in 90% of the studied areas

20-Jun-2022

A study conducted by an international team of researchers has found that in nearly 90% of the areas studied, levels of cancer-causing dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in free-range eggs exceeded EU regulatory food limits. The team reviewed data from Asia, Africa, Europe, and North and ...

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Are ultra-processed foods harmful? Experts weigh the evidence

In new papers and a live debate, leading scientists present arguments for and against incorporating the concept of ultra-processed foods into dietary guidelines

08-Jun-2022

Dietary guidelines form the basis for nutrition advice and regulations around the world. While there is strong scientific consensus around most existing guidelines, one question has recently stirred debate: Should consumers be warned to avoid ultra-processed foods? Two papers published today in ...

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Researchers identify key epigenetic markers in vulnerability to developing food addiction

Epigenetic markers affected in the mouse brain were also altered in people’s plasma

10-May-2022

Ateam of researchers has identified in rodents and humans common epigenetic mechanisms related to food addiction. The article, published inJournal of Clinical Investigation, was led byRafael MaldonadoandElena Martín, from the Neuropharmacology-Neurophar research group at Pompeu Fabra ...

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Japanese scientists found potential food contamination routes of a newly identified foodborne pathogen

22-Apr-2022

People must consume enough, safe, and nutritious food to remain alive and healthy. Consumption of unsafe foods, contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites, or chemical substances, is responsible for more than 200 diseases, ranging from diarrhea to cancer. Diarrheal diseases are the ...

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Cooking up a way to remove microplastics from wastewater

24-Mar-2022

In many cuisines, okra serves as a master thickener of stews and soups. The goo from that fruit and other plants, such as aloe, cactus and psyllium, can also clean water and wastewater of some types of solid pollutants, as well as some that are dissolved. Now, researchers have demonstrated that ...

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The more seaweed we eat, the healthier the sea gets

Seaweed absorbs excess seawater nutrients and is a super healthy vegetable

16-Feb-2022

When you think of seaweed, you may conjure up images of smelly, brown accumulations on the beach or unpleasant tickling sensations on your belly skin during a swim. But these are far from the images that Susan Løvstad Holdt sees in her mind’s eye. “Seaweed contains lots of interesting substances. ...

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Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

£1.6m awarded to Aston University to develop new optical frequency technology. Project will target applications of new technology such as food industry, agri-tech and telecommunications

14-Jan-2022

Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and thefoodindustry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler which ...

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PFAS maximum levels in feedstuffs: BfR recommends improved analytical methods

08-Dec-2021

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are industrial chemicals. They are widely used in industrial processes and numerous consumer products, such as paper, textiles, non-stick pans and cosmetics. PFAS are persistent and can be found in the environment, in the food chain and in human blood. ...

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