January 2011 Issue

Introduction

2011 has started off with a bang, and I am excited about the new energy fueling food safety concerns. The December 2010 Newsletter Feature Article about Neotame by Mary Nash Stoddard has created quite a stir. Her article is not an Internet hoax as some are labeling it, but rather,... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Thank you for your alert about Neotame in organic foods. I have been reading blogs that say this is an Internet hoax, but I think you may have raised a good point for everyone organic to explore further. I am in charge of Social Media for an organic foods company,... Continue Reading

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Neotame and Organic Foods

Every consumer needs to be thoroughly informed regarding the quality and content of food products today, especially those seeking safety in organics. No one should ever be ashamed of questioning the integrity of the foods we consume. This is what keeps both our government agencies and manufacturers in check. Sadly,... Continue Reading

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Aspartame Approval History

It's been thirty years since aspartame first came on the market as NutraSweet/Equal®. Researchers warned us as early as the 1960s that this artificial sugar substitute was harmful to human health, but their warnings never reached the consumer. Today, new scientific research continues to come forward with the hope that... Continue Reading

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Aspartame Case History

City: New Hope, USA; Age: 46; Gender: Female; Aspartame Consumption: Only used for aprox 1 month; Health symptoms started after consuming aspartame: Yes; Diet Products Used: Diet Pepsi, Diet Coke, Equal, water (flavored powdered additives); Do you use Equal: Yes; Do your children use aspartame: No; Are you aware of... Continue Reading

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Q & A With Dr. Hull

Neotame In Organics Q: If Neotame is less than 1%, or even 5%, of the total ingredient weight content in a product, is it considered OK for Organic? USDA Certified Organic? A: If Neotame is added off-site at points of harvest, for example, added to blueberries by spraying on or... Continue Reading

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Did You Know - About Food Additives?

Neotame does NOT have to carry the PKU warning in food products and does not have to be listed as an ingredient EXCEPT when represented as a Dietary Aid. In 1971, Dr. John Olney informed G.D. Searle that the aspartic acid in aspartame caused holes to form in the brains... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe

January's Healthy Recipes are both made with Stevia: Lime Splash and No Bake Cookies from NuNaturals https://nunaturals.com/recipelist/17, always creating a great resource of Stevia recipes as well as other recipes using natural low or no calorie sweeteners. Lime Splash Submitted by Travis DeBacker. Whenever I have a craving for soda,... Continue Reading

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USDA Organic Label Standards Being Weakened by Lobbyists

By Jennifer Lance July 6, 2009. Food and Cuisine When the USDA label was first implemented in 2002, concern was expressed that certification standards would not be as stringent as the private organic labeling programs it replaced, such as the Oregon Tilth. Prior to 2002, organic certifiers each had their... Continue Reading

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