Christmas Dinner Preparations - Many fruits and vegetables not safe for pregnant women and young children!
18.12.2012 |Chantal van den Bossche
WECF Netherlands and PAN-Europe have published the results of their study regarding hormoondisrupting pesticide residues on fruits and vegetables as a press-release. Margriet Samwel analysed the official residue data from the government, and the results are shocking, a.o. 90% of Dutch apples contain hormone disrupting pesticide residues. The press release warns - in light of the Xmas dinners - that pregnant women and children should avoid such EDC residues, and better eat organic fruits and vegetables
More info: www.disruptingfood.info
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