25 Aug Weekly Health And Nutrition News Roundup!
Hey there, everyone! Felicia Irons here. Welcome to another edition of V.E. Irons Weekly Health and Nutrition News Roundup! We’re excited to have you here as we breakdown this week’s top 10 stories from around the web. We’re covering everything from a deeply concerning new study that reveals an increase in colon cancer rates, to lighter topics such as some seriously delicious new recipes to try out this weekend. Yum!
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From The New York Times: When researchers reported earlier this year that colorectal cancer rates were rising in adults as young as their 20s and 30s, some scientists were skeptical. The spike in figures, they suggested, might not reflect a real increase in disease incidence but earlier detection, which can be a good thing.
From the Washington Post: Poland Spring, the country’s best-selling bottled water, is “a colossal fraud,” according to a class-action lawsuit.
The lawsuit, filed last week in Connecticut, alleges that instead of spring water, parent company Nestle Water North America has been selling billions of gallons of groundwater to its customers.
From News.Com.AU: AN apple a day may keep the doctor away, but a glass of juice could keep you out of a cancer ward. Research involving mice has linked vitamin C deficiency to leukemia.
Now two new studies published in the science journals Cell and Nature have figured out how such a deficiency also damages the body’s ability to suppress blood tumor development.
From Forks Over Knives: This Italian-style eggplant rollatini dish is usually filled with bread crumbs and cheeses. This version uses a savory millet and spinach filling–seasoned with fresh basil– and baked and topped with tomato sauce. This can stand alone or be served with a salad or on a bed of pasta.
From Healthy Holistic Living.com: Costco announced in 2015 that it would become one of the largest sellers of organic products in the US. Since Costco customers rallied in Seattle to deliver more than 50,000 signatures asking the company not to sell GM salmon, they are finally taking a stand on GMO Salmon.
Great work, Costco!
From Tasting Table: Behind every great sandwich is a fresh loaf of bread. Though you can search a bread bag for the expiration-date fine print, there’s another small detail that will quickly and easily tell you how fresh its contents are: the twist tie.
We can’t believe we didn’t know this already! Check it out!
From Dr. Hyman.com: Optimal gut balance begins with your diet. You want to eat lots of fiber, lean protein, and healthy fats – which you’ll get from this delicious, gut friendly “bread”. Take a look!
From Healthy Holistic Living: A study has found that topical applications of moisturizers such as Dermabase, Dermovan, Eucerin Original Moisturizing Cream, or Vanicream could increase skin cancer risk.
Do you still use any of these moisturizers?
From The Guardian: Around 72% of Americans look up health information online, according to a 2013 Pew study. And last year, Google reported that about 1% of the site’s searches relate to medical symptoms.
From Bon Appetite: If you like spicy food, you’re going to love this recipe for Grilled Cauliflower Steaks by Rick Martinez! Give it a try and let us know what you think!
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