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Light lunchtime reading...
Posted by: Gideon Hallett ( n/a, UK ) on August 06, 1998 at 11:16:34:
In Reply to: Goodbye, Mr Carrot... posted by Gideon Hallett on August 06, 1998 at 11:08:00:
: Oh, and there's an interesting article on the cover of this week's New Scientist - apparently, sulphur-rich preservatives in food which get digested by sulphur-eating bacteria and lead to the production of sulphides in the gut, which are a contributor to diseases like bowel cancer. Guess which sorts of food emerge as rich in sulphur levels? Fast food and meat. Another point to the McLibel defence team...
Oh, and further to the above, you can find the New Scientist article in question at the New Scientist Web page on the subject. Some little light reading to chew on...