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IQed's Quality Assurance

IQed's Quality Assurance

IQed's Quality Assurance IQed is made in an FDA cGMP facility in the USA and can proudly state in writing that all ingredients are certified as food and tested free of hormones, pesticides and herbicides, stimulants, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients or synthetic contaminants, and heavy metals. We also, perform full Microbiological testing to ensure IQed is tested free of any bacteria or viruses. We produce IQed using drug manufacturing standards which are higher than those required for meal replacement powders. Even though our strict guidelines are not required by law, we believe following them makes IQed far superior to other...

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DIY Hand Sanitizer For Coronavirus May Not Be Healthy

DIY Hand Sanitizer For Coronavirus May Not Be Healthy

Experts including chemists won't make their own at home and explain why.  The World Health Organization and the CDC say washing your hands with soap and water is best. Recently spread of the coronavirus has caused a shortage of hand sanitizers on the shelves in any store you go into from your local supermarket, to any of the big box stores, drug stores, to the mall.  If you try to buy hand sanitizer online you'll face either "out of stock" or you'll see the price greatly inflated

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New Proposed USDA Rules Pasta A Vegetable

New Proposed USDA Rules Pasta A Vegetable

The new proposed rule will allow school districts to do the following if it goes through:  Pastas made with vegetable flour can count that pasta as an actual even if no actual vegetables are served with it.  Potatoes can count as a fruit.  More pizza, burgers, and fried chicken  Half the amount of fruit at breakfast. Proposed changes enlarge the loophole allowing school districts to circumvent Smart Snack Guidelines.

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Teen loses vision and hearing due to junk food diet

Teen loses vision and hearing due to junk food diet

40% of a typical 2 to 18-year old’s diet consists of “empty calories” (commonly known as “junk food”), and even in the remaining 60 percent of their diet, there are often roadblocks to gaining essential nutrients. Elimination and fad diets often prevent children from meeting daily requirements. Dietary sources of energy, solid fats, and added sugars among children and adolescents in the United States. Reedy and Krebs-Smith (2010) Essential nutrients are those nutrients our bodies require daily but can’t produce, so they need to be consumed. Deficiency of essential nutrients can cause numerous health issues, and as shocking as it...

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