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[cg] Article on Genetically Modified Crops...Fw: Nutrition E-Mail Issue

For those interested in the strong oppostition to GM Crops in Europe, click
on the web address just below the short summary.  There seems to be very
little awareness on GM crops in my area.  About in yours?

Cyndy Ross, Fellowship Chairperson
Sylvan Lake Lutheran Church & Community Garden
2399 Figa Avenue
W. Bloomfield, Michigan 48324-1808

Zone 6a

H/Ofc (248) 681-6630
H/Fax (248) 681-3115

-----Original Message-----
From: InteliHealth Online <online@InteliHealth.com>
To: Cyndy Ross <cynross@tir.com>
Date: Thursday, April 22, 1999 3:28 AM
Subject: Nutrition E-Mail Issue

>Hello Cyndy Ross
>Welcome to InteliHealth's Weekly Nutrition E-Mail where you'll
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>This Week's Issue
>*Recommended Vitamin C Intake Needs Boost
>*Multivitamin With E Found To Reduce Stroke Risk
>*Go Ahead, Have An Egg, Study Suggests
>*Europeans React to Genetically Modified Crops
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>This Week's Stories
>Recommended Vitamin C Intake Needs Boost
>TORONTO (Reuters Health) -- Government researchers report that
>between 100 and 200 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C is needed daily
>to prevent vitamin C deficiency, a higher amount than the
>recommended daily allowance of 60 mg a day, which was set in
>Multivitamin With E Found To Reduce Stroke Risk
>TORONTO (NYT Syndicate) - Vitamin E may reduce men's stroke risk,
>according to a study of New Yorkers.
>Go Ahead, Have An Egg, Study Suggests
>CHICAGO (AP) - An egg a day really is OK, according to
>researchers who found that healthy people eating up to seven eggs
>a week didn't increase their risk for heart attacks or strokes.
>Europeans React to Genetically Modified Crops
>LONDON (Reuters) -- Consumer and environmental groups across the
>European Union (EU) have voiced concern about the growing of
>genetically modified (GM) crops within the EU and the use of
>these crops in foods destined for human and animal consumption.
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