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Source-Omega Offers Best Supplement Contract Pricing Worldwide for Vegetarian Algae Oil Omega-3 Softgel Category: DiabetesHealthHomeIndustry News UK & WorldMarketing

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27/2/12

Source-Omega Offers Best Supplement Contract Pricing Worldwide for Vegetarian Algae Oil Omega-3 Softgel

Chapel Hill, NC, February 26, 2012 –(PR.com)– Source-Omega LLC is a leading contract manufacturing company in algae oil omega-3s. The company announced today it is offering its best pricing for Schizochytrium algae oil for 200 mg DHA and 300 mg DHA in a vegetarian softgel.
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Health in Islam Category: Islam and Health

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The Sharia of Halal and Healthy Category: Islam and Health

Source: http://www.soundvision.com/info/halalhealthy/shariahofhalal.asp

You’ve heard it before and you’ll continue to hear it: Islam is a complete way of life. It covers all aspects of living, ranging from standard faith practices like prayer and charity, to the mundane like dress, social etiquette, and food.

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Three Hidden Ways Wheat Makes You Fat Category: Health

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February 2012  www.stumbleupon.com

Gluten free is hot these days. There are books and websites, restaurants with gluten free menus, and grocery stores with hundreds of new gluten free food products on the shelf.  Is this a fad, or a reflection of response to a real problem?

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Rice products may be source of high arsenic levels: study Category: Food ProductionHealthHome

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17/2/12

(Reuters) – Significant levels of arsenic may be found in some prepared food products listing organic brown rice syrup as a sweetener and main ingredient, including some cereal bars and infant formulas, according to findings from a study published on Thursday.

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NZ: ‘Food for Thought’ Category: HealthHomeIndustry News UK & World

16/2/12  www.thesundaily.my

MALAYSIA faces the brunt of a global burden with rapidly rising rates of diabetes and heart disease, and New Zealand believes it can work in partnership with Malaysian food producers to help.

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Vitamin B and fish oil fail to prevent cancer – Study Category: HealthHome

15/2/12  uk.reuters.com

By Kerry Grens

(Reuters Health) – Among more than 2,500 people in France with a history of heart disease, taking B vitamins or omega-3 fatty acid supplements did not reduce the risk of developing cancer in a new study. In fact, for a small group of women, fish oil was linked to higher cancer risk.

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UAE: Childhood obesity on the rise Category: HealthHomeIndustry News UK & World

11/2/12  arabnews.com

By DR. BADR ALSHIBANI

Obesity is on the rise in Saudi Arabia and it is pretty alarming for a country where strict dietary norms have been observed for several centuries. In the year 2007, Saudi Arabia ranked 29th on the Forbes’ list of the fattest countries with over two-thirds of all Saudi Arabians considered obese for having exceeded the Body Mass Index (BMI) threshold of 25.

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UK: Watermelon found to be source of salmonella outbreak Category: HealthHomeIndustry News UK & World

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2/2/11  www.bbc.co.uk

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Salmonella has been identified in watermelons

A salmonella outbreak linked to watermelons has affected 35 people in the UK, health experts have revealed.

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Omega-3s tied to lower risk of heart arrhythmia – Study Category: HealthHeartHome

1/2/12  uk.reuters.com

By Kerry Grens

(Reuters Health) – In a new study of some 3,000 older adults, those with the highest levels of omega-3 fatty acids in their blood were 30 percent less likely to develop an irregular heartbeat over the next 14 years than peers with the lowest blood levels of omega-3s.

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Eating fish tied to lower risk of colon polyps – Study Category: HealthHomeIndustry News UK & World

1/2/12  uk.reuters.com

Red snappers lay on ice for sale at JMS Seafood, a fish wholesaler in the New Fulton Fish Market in the Bronx section of New York City June 21, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Segar
By Kerry Grens

(Reuters Health) – Women who eat about three servings of fish per week have a somewhat lower chance of having polyps found during a routine colonoscopy than women who eat just one serving every two weeks, according to a new study.

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