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Processed Meats, Risky Business

In October of 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a research organization within the World Health Organization (WHO), released a report linking processed meat to an increased risk of cancer. The IARC estimated that every 50-gram (1.8-ounce) portion of processed meat eaten daily increases the risk of

How Much Should You Worry About Meat and Cancer?

Is the slice of bacon on your BLT really as dangerous as smoking a cigarette? That was the implication of some of the scary headlines about the World Health Organization’s recent report stating that processed meat raises the risk of colon, stomach and other cancers. The expert panel of 22

Putting Nitrates into Perspective

Nitrates in processed meats, like bacon, ham, deli meats, sausages, and beef jerky, have been scrutinized and vilified since the 1970s. Nitrates (in the form of sodium nitrate) are added to most processed meats to “cure” or preserve them, giving them their characteristic color and taste, while preventing contamination, particularly

The Fastest Water Filter Comparison Available

The Fastest Water Filter Comparison Available

Shopping for a water filter? There are 6 things you need to consider: efficacy, filtration time, pH, water waste, installation, and of course, cost. Use our handy water filter comparison chart to ensure you’re getting the best water filter for your family’s health and economic needs.

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