Pine Trees Expose: New Zealand’s issue with Foreign Tree Species

img courtesy of telegraph.co.uk Funded by an international consortia of business and education providers such as Harvard University, New Zealand has now become the worlds' paper and timber mill. As a newcomer to the south-eastern neighbour to Australia, it would appear that New Zealand conservative acts are directed to the preservation of the invasive foreign … Continue reading Pine Trees Expose: New Zealand’s issue with Foreign Tree Species

Acrylamide in food is a public health concern | European Food Safety Authority | Organic Lifestyle

Following ingestion, acrylamide is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, distributed to all organs and extensively metabolised. Glycidamide is one of the main metabolites resulting from this process and the most likely cause of the gene mutations and tumours seen in animal studies.