How Much Pesticide Do Your Favorite Fruits & Veggies Contain?

f your fresh fruit and vegetables seem to have a little extra zing to them, there might be a reason why. The Environmental Working Group recently posted their new list of fresh fruits and vegetables rankings according to pesticide findings. That biting peppery taste may just be a little bug killer you consumed with the delicious fruits and vegetables.

If you find yourself cheering for leaders, then go buy some peaches because they were number 1. That doesn’t mean that peaches are the safest or best fruit, quite the contrary. Peaches had the highest score on the ratings.

That means it either had several pesticides, higher concentrations of pesticides, more samples that had pesticides, more samples by percent that had more than one pesticide or the maximum number of pesticides found on a single sample. Because of its high rating, the likelihood is that it excelled in all these areas.

Peaches aren’t the only offenders. Apples, sweet bell peppers, celery, nectarines and strawberries ranked right up next to them.

There were two different entries for grapes and the imported grapes scored 66 points or number 10 from the top while domestic grapes fared better with 44 points making them tied with plums and oranges for positions number 21, 22 and 23.

While all this is interesting and in an almost sick way, fun to look up your favorite fruit or vegetable, what is the purpose of the chart? If you worry about pesticides as a health hazard, then it has everything to do with the charts.

Let’s pretend that you change your diet just a bit and instead of an apple a day, recommended by your doctor, you eat an onion a day, not recommended by your spouse. Onions are on the bottom of the chart with only 1 point. There’s very little risk of pesticides in onions, since most onions can take care of themselves in that area.

This change dramatically slices your intake of pesticide by 93 points. This change reduces your exposure to pesticides and the possible health damage they cause.
If you aren’t sure what those adverse health problems are, then perhaps a list is appropriate here.

Remember, children’s bodies are smaller and they have longer to ingest the pesticides so the effect is far more dramatic on them. First, it depends on the type of pesticide but, exposure is linked to:

1. Cancer – Many of the pesticides on the market are found to have carcinogenic effects on the body.

2. Eye, skin and lung irritation – While irritation doesn’t sound so bad, consider the problems from COPD caused by constant lung irritation.

3. Effects on your hormones – These effects vary dramatically but it’s more than impotence because hormones of all kinds control every function of the body.

4. Effects on the Nervous system – When nerve sheathes wear or the wiring goes haywire in your body, your life changes dramatically for the worse.

What can you do to prevent being just another jumbo insect with damage from the pesticide besides giving up your favorite food?

If you’re not positive that you want to eat an onion instead of an apple, the potential damage from pesticides then you might want to shop at the organic section of your grocers market.

Organic farmers don’t use chemical pesticides but instead, use other techniques like companion planting and natural predators to protect their crop from pests. Neither of these leaves anything on the fruits and vegetables that you could consume.

One Teaspoon Or Two Of Pesticide Residue?

Sounds exciting doesn’t it? A teaspoon of pesticide residue. It doesn’t make the fruit or vegetable go down any easier. As a matter of fact, the pesticide residue will go down and stay with you for years to come causing untold damage to your body and nervous system.

The Environmental Working Group, a not for profit group has come out with a Shoppers Guide, a list of the twelve most contaminated fruits and vegetables called the “dirty dozen”. They also have a list of the twelve cleanest ( those with a minimal amount of pesticide contamination).

The “Dirty Dozen” (starting with the most contaminated)

  • peaches
  • apples
  • sweet bell peppers
  • celery
  • nectarines
  • strawberries
  • cherries
  • pears
  • grapes (imported)
  • spinach
  • lettuce
  • potatoes

The “Cleanest 12” (starting with the cleanest)

  • onions
  • avocados
  • sweet corn (frozen)
  • pineapples
  • mangoes
  • asparagus
  • sweet peas (frozen)
  • kiwi fruit
  • bananas
  • cabbage
  • broccoli
  • papaya

And you were going to have peach cobbler for dessert? A computer analysis by the EWG found that consumers could reduce their pesticide exposure by nearly 90 percent by avoiding the most contaminated fruits and vegetables and eating the least contaminated instead. If you consume the “dirty dozen” you will be exposed to an average of 15 different pesticides each day according to Richard Wiles, the executive director of the Environment Working Group.

Eating from the cleanest group cuts the exposure down to only two a day. I don’t know about you but I decided after I saw the list of the “dirty dozen” that I would definitely go organic because a lot of my favorites are on that list. I do like “peach cobbler”!

Why Should You Care About Pesticides?

The toxic effects of pesticide residue are cause for concern and becoming more documented every day. Their effects on people, especially during fetal development and childhood when just a little bit of the chemicals can cause a long lasting effect are not well understood and are just beginning to be researched.

The best course of action is to avoid those that are on the “Dirty Dozen” and to eat more of the “cleanest 12”.

What about washing and peeling the skins?

Sometimes it helps! Washing and peeling were taken into consideration before they did the study. In other words bananas were peeled and pears were washed before the tests were done. Washing and rinsing fresh produce and fruit can reduce some levels of pesticide residue but unfortunately it does not eliminate them. It helps to peel, but down the drain go a lot of the good nutrients with the peels.

The best solution is to eat organic fruits and vegetables. If this is not an option or budget prohibitive, eat a variety of fruits and vegetables and be sure to wash with soap before enjoying.

The Bottom Line!

Protect yourself and your family. Do what you can to cut down on your exposure to pesticide residue. Buy local fruits and vegetables where you can ask the farmer if they use pesticides.

Mercury Poisoning – How it effects us all

Mercury is an element that is found in water, air and soil. It is a naturally occurring element and exists in several forms: elemental mercury and organic as well as inorganic mercury compounds.

Elemental mercury is used in fluorescent light bulbs, thermometers and some electrical switches. Exposed elemental mercury evaporates into an odorless, invisible toxic vapor.

Mercury can affect a person’s health as well as the ecology. You do not want to expose yourself to high levels of mercury as it can harm the brain, kidneys, heart and lungs as well as the immune system for people of all ages.

Pregnant women should not consume a lot of fish as high levels of methyl mercury in the fish can cause harm to the developing nervous system in unborn babies. This may have an impact on cognitive thinking, attention, fine motor skills, memory, language and visual spatial skills.

You want to avoid any place or situation where you may be exposed to elemental mercury. Exposure is likely to occur when it is spilled or when products that contain this element break and then expose the mercury to the air.

Occasionally you will see on the nightly news where a school had to be evacuated due to breakage of thermometers and the spilling of mercury. Elemental mercury causes significant health effects when a person breathes in the vapor and it is absorbed through the lungs. Mercury poisoning symptoms include: tremors, mood swings, nervousness, insomnia, neuromuscular changes such as muscle atrophy, weakness and twitching, disturbances in sensations, poor performance on tests of cognitive function, emotional changes, headaches and changes in nerve response.

Other mercury poisoning symptons include the following: peripheral vision impairment, “pins and needles” feeling usually felt in the feet, hands and around the mouth, and impairment of hearing, speech and walking. At even higher exposures the kidneys may be affected, there may be respiratory failure and even death. People who are concerned that they have been exposed to elemental mercury should definitely consult their doctor.

For a complete explanation of what mercury poisoning does to the brain take time to watch the video at the bottom of this page. The University of Calgary has done extensive research on the effects of mercury on the brain.

There are certain organic and inorganic mercury compounds that you also do not want to risk prolonged exposure to. These compounds are generally ingested through the gastrointestinal tract and may affect other organs and systems via this route.

If you have been exposed to high levels of inorganic mercury, you may experience some of the following mercury poisoning symptoms: dermatitis and skin rashes, memory loss, muscle weakness, mood swings, and mental disturbances.

Besides affecting people, there can also be ecological effects of mercury. Mammals and birds that eat fish containing methyl mercury are more likely to suffer exposure from mercury poisoning than are other animals in water ecosystems.

Predators that feed on fish-eating animals may also run the risk of being highly exposed to mercury. The harmful effects on these animals may include reduced reproduction, abnormal behavior, slower growth and development and even death.

You would not think that an element such as mercury could cause so much trouble! In our world today, we want to do whatever we can to avoid prolonged exposure to this element. We certainly do not want to suffer the consequences of mercury poisoning.

Fast Food Effects on Health

In today’s age of convenience, fast food needs no introduction. Everyone from a 2-year-old toddler to a 60-year-old grandpa seems to be enjoying it every chance they get. And why not? It’s delicious, it’s filling, is really affordable, and readily available just any time of the day, being only a drive through phone call away. What more can you ask for when you are living life in the fast lane?

Well, plenty “fast food is all good tasting”, except that it is not nutritionally balanced and, therefore, unhealthy in the long run if consumed on a regular basis. Fast food is loaded with calories from refined sugar and fats (especially, the artery-clogging saturated and hydrogenated fats, which are repeatedly reheated to high temperatures for frying purposes). It is also very high in sodium, coming from common salt and other additives.

On top of all this, fast food is deficient in dietary fiber and essential micro-nutrients like vitamins and minerals. To make matters worse, heaps of fast food are normally guzzled down with gallons of sugar-rich colas which many fast-food restaurants serve free with food as an incentive.To make a long story short, all this results in piling up of unused empty calories in the body, which get stored as body fat untill one day you look in the mirror and realize that your great figure has been replaced by this creature in the mirror.

But that’s not the end of the story, it’s just the beginning. Consuming too much fast food not only turns a handsome guy into an unsightly obese man, but as Eric Schlosser points out in his book it is a big health hazard too.

And being physically inactive only adds to the problem of obesity. Not many people who love fast food are ready to acknowledge that obesity is not simply an eyesore. It is a major risk factor for a large number of deadly diseases like hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, and even many types of cancers. 

Recent scientific studies have shown that high-calorie foods rich in fats, refined sugar and salt could reconfigure the hormones in the body in such a way that they make you crave for such foods and always leave you asking for more.

In other words, fast food is kind of addictive; you get hooked on to it and continue consuming it in an uncontrolled way in spite of knowing that it is unhealthy. The more you consume, the more difficult it is for you to opt for healthy foods.

The situation is worse in case of children who from a very young age get hooked on fast food. Making them change their food habits from fatty and sweet foods and develop a taste for health-promoting fruits and vegetables is a task easier said than done. Such children would grow up to be obese adults who have never felt the advantages of being a healthy weight.

To sum up, consuming fast food on a regular basis leads to many health hazards. But bringing about changes in eating habits is not easy. 

To start with, a simple change that one could make is to successively reduce the frequency of eating fast food and eat more frequently home-cooked food, with plenty of fresh foods and vegetables.

If your a female there is a great free support group called Diet Bug. They are there to encourage and help you. Slowly your taste will change and your body will respond with new found energy. That doesn’t mean you can never have fast food again. All it means is that you cut the fast food way back. I still occasionally (once a month) will have my #1 at McDonalds. Big Mac Rules!

Fast Food Effects On Childhood Obesity

As the number of obese children in America grows, so do the health problems that are a direct result of the fast food effects on childhood obesity. Statistics show that between 10% and 15% of today’s children are already obese, and this does not include the children that are at risk for quickly becoming obese.

There are a number of factors that are related to the rise of obesity in children in the United States, including television, video games, advertising, and the foods children eat.

One of the biggest culprits is the high consumption of fast food among children, and while an occasional stop at McDonald’s probably will not lead to obesity, it is the children who are consuming fast food on a regular basis that are at such a high risk.

With the hectic lives of many parents and their children, many times instead of a healthy well balanced meal, people are turning to fast food for a quick fix at mealtime.

This quickly becomes a habit in the lives of many people and some children end up eating fast food meals almost every day.

Uninformed parents may wonder why fast food is such a bad choice for children, but once people realize that the consumption of fast food leads to consuming more calories, more fat, more sugars, and more carbohydrates, the fast food effects on childhood obesity becomes clear.

One average, if your child eats fast food only 2-3 times each week, this can result in an extra six pounds gained every year, which can quickly add up. If your child eats fast food every day, then he or she is likely to gain even more weight.

For parents to understand completely how fast food is causing their child to become obese, they need to take a closer look at the nutritional facts surrounding the food their children eat.

For example, if your child wants one double cheeseburger, a large order of fries, and a large coke, your child will end up consuming 1340 calories and 53 grams of fat in one meal.

In general adults only are to consume about 2000 calories a day, and children less than that, so in one meal a child has consumed almost an entire day’s worth of calories and fat. Add a small vanilla shake to that meal and you get a whopping total of 1760 calories and 63 grams of fat.

When you take the time to actually see what children are eating, it becomes very apparent why so many children are dealing with obesity. See our page on the obesity cure.

Saying you’ll never let your child eat fast food again may be a bit extreme, but in their best interest you should try to cut down fast food consumption to only a couple times each month. By cutting the amount of fast food your child consumes you will help them eliminate a number of the fast food effects on childhood obesity.

Parents need to remember that obesity is serious and can lead to a variety of health problems, both as a child and as an adult. If you want to protect your child from serious health problems such as diabetes, heart attacks, and liver disease, then it is time to take control and start limiting the amount of fast food in their diet.

Fast Food Health Issues

Fast food is the food of choice for many busy, stressed-out people. leading to all kinds of fast food health issues. After all, what can be that wrong with chicken nuggets, french fries and of course the all beef pattie? It all depends on how they are cooked and what is really in them.

Did you know that chicken nuggets usually contain beef extract and twice as much fat as a hamburger? We think we are making a healthy choice only to be making a worse one. The real problem with fast foods is that they are high in saturated fats, high in simple sugars and low in fiber and nutritional value. You might get away with eating it occasionally, but not very often.

The rapid increase in the incidence of adult diabetes has been linked to the standard American diet and it’s high percentage of good old fast food.

Insulin resistance, which is the first stage in this disease can also cause rapid weight gain which can be very hard to lose.

The hormones start getting out of balance and the body doesn’t work like it use to. Diabetes is a far more dangerous disease than many people credit, causing blindness and circulatory problems which can lead to limb amputation.

Yet, it is largely self-inflicted. Our diet and lifestyle create the conditions that cause diabetes; they can also reverse those conditions if we change them for the better.

The obesity which results not only from the high caloric content of fast food, but also because of this cycle of insulin resistance, can put pressure on the heart and increase the risk of cardio-vascular illnesses.

The saturated fat content of a fast food diet will coat the arteries with plaque, reducing your lifespan and further increasing your risk of heart attack and even stroke.

This an ever increasing problem, as each generation who has been brainwashed by fast food advertising and the quick hunger cure reaches adulthood and continues with their bad eating habits they picked up as kids.

Type-2 diabetes used to only appear in adults but increasingly, teenagers and even younger children are beginning to show signs of it. This is no accident. As our lifestyles get more and more hectic, there is less and less time to prepare a good healthy meal so we roll through the drive-thru and pick up our quick fix and head to the next stressing activity.

To reverse this merry-go-round type of lifestyle means getting out the pots and pans and cooking some good old fashioned home cooking. You know the type I’m talking about where you prepare the food from scratch and then you all sit down at the table as a family and eat and bond and really get to know each other.

Fast food started out to be a treat, but then it went to “must have”. It’s time to get back to the treat stage with fast food and limit our intake. I would be the first to admit that McDonalds french fries are hard to resist. Just don’t eat them every day.

Parents need to be aware that many fast food chains market directly to children. Unhealthy eating habits will affect their whole lives. We need to eat diets high in fresh vegetables and fruits with some whole grains and good lean meat for protein.

We also must ensure we have adequate nutritional intake. People with diabetes, obesity and even acne have been found to be deficient in zinc, chromium and the B vitamins. Therefore it may be a good idea to supplement with these vitamins and minerals as well as improving your diet in order to reverse the effects of a long term junk food diet and the fast food health issues that go along with it.

Alternative Fasting

Alternative fasting, also known as intermittent fasting, may indeed be the new Fountain of Youth. Back in 1934 some of the original studies on rats by Mary Crowell and Clive McCay at Cornell University indicated that rats fed a diet that was high in micronutrients but severely restricted in calories lived twice as long as their normal life expectancy. Not only did they live longer, they had a more youthful appearance. Roy Walford and Richard Weindruch, his student looked into the matter further in 1986. They found that calorie restriction delayed age-related diseases and kept the rats more active. In fact, they even wrote a book about it called “The Retardation of Aging and Disease by Dietary Restriction.”

While this all sounds too good to be true, there were also some other results of the calorie restricted diet. The mice did not grow to full size but were smaller than their counterparts fed a full calorie diet. Humans that participate in weight bearing exercises while fasting shows a propensity to have a delayed recovery time on their muscle mass than those that exercised in a non-fasting state. It seemed to disrupt the protein synthesis necessary for developing muscles.

Unless you’re a Buddhist monk, have strict command over your body or a practiced anorexic, you probably would find a fast quite difficult to maintain for a lifetime. In addition, they don’t know the long-term effects of fasting on people, just on animals. In response to the problem, scientists looked at the use of alternative or intermittent fasting as one method of receiving the benefits of fasting without some of the same side effects.

Intermittent fasting allows the person to severely restrict their caloric intake on one day and eat whatever they want on the next. For those that are already overweight, the fewer calories the better is the rule of thumb. In this case, the diet is plenty of water, coffee, tea and chew sugarless gum to curb cravings. People that don’t need to lose weight but want the benefits of the fast simply drop their calorie consumption to about 300 calories on their fasting day.

You probably can’t expect to look 22 again if you’re in your 60’s but you can get healthier according to studies on alternative fasting lowered triglyceride levels. In fact, it lowered them so much that the calorie restricted group ended up with the same levels as the lowest five percent of 20 to 30 year old Americans even though the youngest age for the group was 35 and the oldest 82. The group’s blood pressure dropped to an average of 100/60, their fasting insulin levels were 65 percent lower. In addition, they also had lower blood glucose levels. Even though the mean age of the group was 55, many of their health indicators showed them far younger.

When scientists studied the effects of intermittent fasting on people over the age of 65, they found that it improved memory if the people were overweight. It also decreased insulin levels and lowered inflammation. However, if the people were underweight it increased dementia risk.

While you may not look 22 again, the body seems to react well to the concept of eating less. Many studies found that it improved health as much as the highly touted resveratrol found in grape skins and red wine. It also produced many of the same effects in the body as doing weight training. Besides making you look and feel better, alternative fasting may also have one more benefit, a lower grocery bill.

Mediterranean Diet Protects Against Stomach Cancer

The Mediterranean Diet protects against stomach cancer according to a new study. The Catalan Institute for Oncology located in Barcelona recently published a study in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” concluding that people consuming the Mediterranean or a diet that closely resembles it tend to have a lower incidence of stomach cancer.

The study was an evaluation of the European Prospective

Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) that followed the diets of over 485,000 Europeans and included people from ten countries. They evaluated each person’s diet as to how closely it aligned with the Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, legumes, vegetables and fish. At the other end of the spectrum was the Western diet that contained high amounts of dairy and meat products.

Tracking the participants was a matter of scoring them on an eighteen point system. The more closely their diet resembled the Mediterranean diet, the higher their points on the scale. Dr. Carlos Gonzalez and colleagues then looked for a correlation between diet and stomach cancer, a deadly form of cancer that takes the life within five years of more than ¾ of the people who develop it. What they found was eye opening.

The people that had diets that matched the Mediterranean diet the closest had a 33 percent less chance of developing stomach cancer than the ones whose diet were least like it. In fact, they found that for every point that the participant moved up the scale matching the Mediterranean diet, their chances of developing stomach cancer lowered by a significant 5 percent.

This is not the first study that showed a high correlation between the Mediterranean diet and good health. Other studies showed people that consumed the Mediterranean diet or a diet similar to it had other benefits besides the reduction of stomach cancer. Often they had lower incidence of diabetes, less inflammation, lower incidence of obesity and lower risk for heart disease.

Other studies that showed a correlation between the consumption of vegetables, similar to the Mediterranean diet found that specific vegetables help prevent not just stomach cancer but also gastritis and other conditions such as ulcers. In one study published in “Cancer Prevention Research” in 2009, the researchers found that a substance in broccoli named isothiocyanate sulforaphane does just that. It increases the activity of important enzymes that help prevent oxidative damage and guards it from both cancer and disease.

Another benefit of broccoli is its indole-3-carbinols. Brussels sprouts, cabbage, bok choy and cabbage also contain these powerful anti-cancer substances. These compounds found in the vegetables help reduce acidity in the body, detoxify it and prevents cancer cells from growing into tumors or kills the individual cells.

Since these vegetables and other anti-cancer foods such as garlic, onions, turmeric, ginger, pomegranates and berries have cancer-fighting properties; it makes sense that a diet high in these fruits and vegetables would aid the body in fighting the disease. Many scientists agree that this is probably why the Mediterranean Diet protects against stomach cancer.

Mediterranean Diet Beats Diabetes Drugs

Scientists found that the Mediterranean Diet beats diabetic drugs as a treatment method. It seems that while food may have been a factor in your diabetes, it may just be food to help you lick your problem. Even though they suspected that the diet might be good for diabetics, it wasn’t until the results of a long-term study in Naples, Italy that scientist had proof.

The study involved 215 pudgy adults with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes. The study divided the individuals into two groups. The first group had to follow a low fat diet with whole grains, vegetables and fruits. Their regimen also included low fat foods, low sugar and no high fat snacks. The second group followed the Mediterranean diet. They at all the same foods but included healthy fat such as olive oil. It focused also on lean protein sources like chicken, nuts and fish. They did have restrictions on the amount of calories from carbohydrates. It had to be limited to less than 50 percent of their daily caloric intake. The Mediterranean diet included 2 to 4 tablespoons of olive oil every day. Both groups participated in an exercise regimen.

According to the study published in the “Annals of Internal Medicine” on September 1, over half the patients no longer required medication to control their blood sugar. In fact most of them lost more weight and maintained the weight loss on the Mediterranean diet. They also showed some improvement in their good cholesterol levels, the HDL, and triglyceride levels, which also reduced their risk for heart disease.

While both groups showed improvement in all areas including weight loss, those on the Mediterranean diet consistently out improved the low fat dieters. They had better markers for the reduction of risk to heart disease, slightly higher weight loss and improved blood sugar

The group conducting the study still debate over why there was such good results. The fact that there were good results on the Mediterranean diet confirmed what they suspected all along. Some of the researchers feel that the improvement might have come from lowering the carbohydrate level in the diet. Others feel that it was the effect of the olive oil that improved the body’s insulin sensitivity. Either way, they’re delighted with the results.

Another article in the German Diabetes Association Journal reviewed several studies regarding the link between blood glucose levels and people that consumed diets high in monounsaturated fats like olive oil. All these studies pointed to the fact that those on a high monounsaturated fat diet had lower blood glucose levels.

Some studies show that the increase in saturated fat also increases the risk of diabetes. So it’s better to replace that stick of melted butter you love on thick Italian bread with warm olive oil seasoned with garlic. The garlic is a powerful antioxidant and the olive oil helps your HDL, triglycerides and diabetes. Best of all, it tastes good too.

So if you want to control your diabetes and help your heart, switch to a, substitute the fat in your diet with olive oil. Since the Mediterranean diet beats diabetes drugs, you might find eating at Luigi’s Italian Eatery for all your meals could actually improve your health.

Burn The Fat, Feed Your Muscle

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