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The Five Worst Contaminants in Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Summer 2013 Americans eat a staggering 84 pounds of chicken per person a year.1 But nutrition experts with the Physicians Committee warn that most consumers are unaware that feces, toxic chemicals, superbugs, carcinogens, and cholesterol are likely hidin
The Five Worst Contaminants in Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Summer 2013 Americans eat a staggering 84 pounds of chicken per person a year.1 But nutrition experts with the Physicians Committee warn that most consumers are unaware that feces, toxic chemicals, superbugs, carcinogens, and cholesterol are likely hidin
The Five Worst Contaminants in Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Summer 2013 Americans eat a staggering 84 pounds of chicken per person a year.1 But nutrition experts with the Physicians Committee warn that most consumers are unaware that feces, toxic chemicals, superbugs, carcinogens, and cholesterol are likely hidin
The Five Worst Contaminants in Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Summer 2013 Americans eat a staggering 84 pounds of chicken per person a year.1 But nutrition experts with the Physicians Committee warn that most consumers are unaware that feces, toxic chemicals, superbugs, carcinogens, and cholesterol are likely hidin
Fecal Contamination on Retail Chicken Products in the Buffalo, N.Y., Area
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine November 2012 Feces contaminate 63 percent of retail chicken products in the Buffalo, N.Y., area, according to tests conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). So as Buffalo-area football fans consume countless wings while the
Fecal Contamination on Retail Chicken Products in the Buffalo, N.Y., Area
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine November 2012 Feces contaminate 63 percent of retail chicken products in the Buffalo, N.Y., area, according to tests conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). So as Buffalo-area football fans consume countless wings while the
Fecal Contamination on Retail Chicken Products in the Buffalo, N.Y., Area
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine November 2012 Feces contaminate 63 percent of retail chicken products in the Buffalo, N.Y., area, according to tests conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). So as Buffalo-area football fans consume countless wings while the
Fecal Contamination on Retail Chicken Products in the Buffalo, N.Y., Area
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine November 2012 Feces contaminate 63 percent of retail chicken products in the Buffalo, N.Y., area, according to tests conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). So as Buffalo-area football fans consume countless wings while the
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées   A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine March 2004 As the food industry tries to cash in on the low-carbohydrate craze, many restaurant chains are adding menu items labeled “low-carb,” &
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées   A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine March 2004 As the food industry tries to cash in on the low-carbohydrate craze, many restaurant chains are adding menu items labeled “low-carb,” &
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées
The Worst Low-Carb Restaurant Entrées   A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine March 2004 As the food industry tries to cash in on the low-carbohydrate craze, many restaurant chains are adding menu items labeled “low-carb,” &
Fecal Contamination in Retail Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine April 2012 Fecal contamination is surprisingly common on chicken products in grocery stores. In this study, scientists with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine tested chicken products sold by 15 grocery store chains in 10 U.S. cities for th
Fecal Contamination in Retail Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine April 2012 Fecal contamination is surprisingly common on chicken products in grocery stores. In this study, scientists with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine tested chicken products sold by 15 grocery store chains in 10 U.S. cities for th
Fecal Contamination in Retail Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine April 2012 Fecal contamination is surprisingly common on chicken products in grocery stores. In this study, scientists with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine tested chicken products sold by 15 grocery store chains in 10 U.S. cities for th
Fecal Contamination in Retail Chicken Products
A Report from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine April 2012 Fecal contamination is surprisingly common on chicken products in grocery stores. In this study, scientists with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine tested chicken products sold by 15 grocery store chains in 10 U.S. cities for th

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