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December 30, 1988 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-30

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WINTER IS NO EXCUSE!
JOIN THE
NORTHLAND PACERS

contaminated if it is placed on
a surface that had been used
to prepare it for cooking. The
heat may have killed the
bacteria in the food during
cooking, but it can be recon-
taminated from bacteria left
from the raw juice.
Meat, poultry, fish, dairy
and eggs are the most vulner-
able because of their low-acid
composition. Vegetables and
fruits, because they are acidic,
are more resistant to
bacteria, but can carry it from
the soil in which they are
grown.

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Chemicals

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6:00 A.M., Monday through Sunday.

Mold

Aftatoxin and mycelia
cause mold to grow on all
sorts of food. There used to be
less concern about mold. Now,
experts suggest that people
don't just cut mold off, but
throw the food away. Molds
produce spores that go deep
into the food, so even without
the moldy spot, the food
might still be tainted.
Mold in bleu cheese and
similar cheeses is specifically
cultured to be harmless to
humans.
As a final precaution, some
home cooks could change
their shopping habits to im-
prove on safety. They should
select the dairy products,
eggs, meat and frozen food
last; then go directly home
and refrigerate perishables.
These precautions are es-
sential if there are young
children or elderly people
living in the household. In
particular, children, because
their bodies are so much
smaller, are very sensitive to
toxins in food.
Often, it is difficult to con-
vince parents that a child is
suffering a reaction to food
toxins and is not reacting to
food additives. There is no
question that children do
have food allergies. They also
tend to be particularly sen-
sitive to certain food additives
like sulfites and some preser-
vatives such as BTH, a com-
mon mold inhibitor.
However, recent studies
debate the theory that hyper-
activity is exacerbated in
children who consume food
containing additives. After 20
years, researchers are ques-
tioning whether the so-called
additive-free Feingold Diet
really helps hyperactive chil-
dren. Some studies indicate
that it is the close supervision
and one-on-one contact be-
tween the child and caregiver
that really causes the im-
provement in the hyperactive
condition.

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