Processed foods fill you up, but they don’t measure up to body’s needs
By: Leila Nasser
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It’s in virtually everything these days – sugar, or some sweet substitute for it. There are a million alternatives on the health food store shelves – but which one is right for you? 568 more words
On one hand, this is an important step forward in genetic engineering that will make it easier to develop farmed organs for transplant.
On the other hand, it’s fairly creepy as a technology and making genetic hybrids with farm animals is likely to ‘have issues’ such as moving animal diseases into human hosts. 2,144 more words
VANCOUVER – The only common thing about sugar substitutes and sweeteners is that they taste sweet.
But everything else is different.
Dietitian Melodie Yong says our bodies handle these substitutes differently and the chemical structure of each are different again. 281 more words