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AAFCO

The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) regulates — or perhaps more appropriately, regulates the regulation of — pet food at the state level. In essence, AAFCO is a trade association comprised of representatives from various states’ agricultural departments who individually help to regulate animal feed and pet food in their home states. 355 more words

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What are Byproducts?

AAFCO defines “byproducts”, or “by-products” as “secondary products produced in addition to the principal product.”[1] In the case of pet food, byproducts are typically “the excess material left over after processing human foods.” 405 more words

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Pool chlorine not a health concern — but what you bring into the water can be

UBC-O team bringing civil engineering and toxicology together to find better public pool design

Researchers at UBC Okanagan say some chemicals at public pools are bad for swimmers’ health, and they’re looking for energy efficient ways to reduce those risks. 225 more words

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Controversy of using Aspartame.

The use of Aspartame as a sweetener has been a controversial topic ever since it was introduced as a sweetener and approved by the US… 651 more words

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D-ribose – Benefits for Heart Health, Energy and Reviews from Users

D-ribose is a natural supplement, which is engaged in important metabolic pathway. This metabolic pathway is also known as pentose phosphate pathway. D-ribose plays an important role in the energy production process for the whole body. 357 more words

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