10 food hacks to cool you down Eat spinach Have a bowl of soup Opt for dishes with chilli Eat watermelon Up your turmeric intake Reduce your carbohydrates Cut down on meat Eat onions Consume dishes and drinks which contain mint Look out for dishes made with coconut milk … [Read more...] about Stay cool in the heatwave with these foods – including soup and curry
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Although they average fewer trips, access-burdened households spend almost the same percentage of their weekly food expenditures at large stores as households with sufficient access—57 percent of total spending for access-burdened households and 58 percent for sufficient-access households. … [Read more...] about New USDA Study Explores Influence of Foodstore Access on Grocery Shopping and Food Spending
Companies looking to obtain OTC status for a particular drug can do so at any time; status can be applied for with the Marketing Approval Application, or after the drug has already been approved. The OTC status request must be supported by the required documents listed in Rule #98, ensuring compliance with the above-identified criteria. The company must also support its request with a risk reduction plan, which will inform the ANVISA how it will monitor occasional risks arising from the commercialization of the drug as an OTC product. Once the OTC status is approved, the decision will be published by ANVISA in the Official Gazette and be made available online. The publication will include the active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) in the drug. Once published, companies will have 180 days to make appropriate amendments to the drug packaging and label, as well as have the product sales status changed to OTC. … [Read more...] about Updates to the Brazilian Food and Drug Administration OTC Drug Guidelines
Ends direct payments to farmers for many crops, but adds a larger crop insurance plan.Saves an estimated $19.8 billion over 10 years from ending direct payments.Adds $5.1 billion to crop insurance programs.Creates a new system of commodity payments under which soybean farmers are expected to receive $1.3 billion more in payments, while almost all other crops would receive less over 10 years.Establishes new insurance programs for cotton and peanuts, costing $3.2 billion and $239 million, respectively.Popcorn becomes a crop eligible for benefits.Makes cuts to conservation programs totaling $6.4 billion.Cuts $3.9 billion over 10 years in overall spending on nutritional programs, including $4.5 billion in direct cuts to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), previously known as food stamps. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) plans to introduce an amendment to prevent the SNAP cuts.Adds $647 million to agricultural research, extension activities, and related issues.Adds $780 … [Read more...] about Direct Payments to Farmers, Conservation, and Food Stamps Lose While Soy, Cotton, and Bio-Fuels Win in Senate Farm Bill