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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USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) recently released results of a study examining the influence of foodstore access on grocery shopping and food spending. According to the study’s authors, researchers have taken the position that poor access to food retailers selling a wide range of healthy and affordable foods leads to poorer diet and diet-related health problems. And lack of access to stores such as supermarkets may thus mean that households rely more heavily on nearby retailers, such as convenience stores or fast-food restaurants, which do not typically offer a wide variety of healthful foods. … [Read more...] about New USDA Study Explores Influence of Foodstore Access on Grocery Shopping and Food Spending
It has been 13 years since the Brazilian Food and Drug Administration (ANVISA) updated the guidelines regulating which drugs can receive over-the-counter (OTC) status. The much-anticipated guidelines, which issued on August 3, 2016 as Rule #98, revoke the previous Rule #138, which was established in 2003. Rule #138 established which drugs could be sold as OTC medications, according to their therapeutic indications. Drugs currently recognized as safe for over-the-counter use under Rule #138 will continue to be categorized as such until a reassessment can be completed and compliance with Rule #98 evaluated; however the new guidelines allow ANVISA to simultaneously reassess the status of currently available OTC drugs while expanding the number of new products available to consumers. … [Read more...] about Updates to the Brazilian Food and Drug Administration OTC Drug Guidelines
BusinessHouseSenateGrand Total Crop production & basic processing$7,994,435$5,518,407$13,512,842 Sugar cane & sugar beets$8,013,222$2,410,396$10,423,618 Milk & dairy producers$6,901,114$2,765,124$9,666,238 Tobacco & tobacco products$5,733,642$2,855,379$8,589,021 Livestock$4,801,988$3,284,489$8,086,477 Forestry & forest products$4,314,879$2,941,910$7,256,789 Food and kindred products manufacturing$3,370,976$3,301,086$6,672,062 Food stores$3,838,467$2,605,691$6,444,158 Agricultural services & related industries$3,319,428$1,828,580$5,148,008 Vegetables, fruits, and tree nuts$2,439,918$1,347,786$3,787,704 Agricultural chemicals (fertilizers & pesticides)$1,909,235$1,549,169$3,458,404 Meat processing & products$1,813,751$1,220,079$3,033,830 Poultry & eggs$1,930,351$1,035,206$2,965,557 Farm organizations & cooperatives$1,963,282$660,008$2,623,290 Farm machinery & equipment$1,536,269$965,773$2,502,042 … [Read more...] about Direct Payments to Farmers, Conservation, and Food Stamps Lose While Soy, Cotton, and Bio-Fuels Win in Senate Farm Bill