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Sugar Linked


to Depression The journal Scientific Reports recently published a study that confirmed a link between a diet high in sugar and


common mental disorders. In 2002, researchers from Baylor College found that higher rates of refined sug- ar consumption were associated with higher rates of depression. A 2015 study that included nearly 70,000 women found a higher likelihood of depression in those with high added sugar intake, but not in those with a high intake of naturally occurring sug-


ars such as those found in fruit. The World Health Organization recommends that people reduce their daily intake of added sugars to less than 5 percent of their total energy intake; Americans typically consume three times that much. Meanwhile, one in six people worldwide suffers from a common mental problem such as a mood or anxiety disorder.


Crackdown Needed: Glyphosate Found in Breakfast Foods


Of 24 breakfast food samples tested by the Alliance for Natural Health USA, 10 showed the presence of glypho- sate. Executive and Legal Director Gretchen DuBeau states, “We expect- ed that trace amounts would show up in foods containing large amounts of corn and soy. However, we were unprepared for just how invasive this poison has been to our entire food chain.” In the study, the chemical, now revealed to be a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization, was found in oatmeal, bagels, eggs, potatoes and non-GMO soy coffee creamer. The presence of glyphosate in dairy products may be due to bioac- cumulation in the tissue of animals. DuBeau adds, “Glyphosate has been linked to increases in levels of breast, thyroid, kidney, pancreatic, liver and bladder cancers, and is being served for breakfast, lunch and dinner worldwide. The fact that it is show- ing up in foods like eggs and coffee creamers, which don’t directly contact the herbicide, proves that it’s being passed on by animals that ingest it in their feed. This is contrary to ev- erything that regulators and industry scientists have been telling the public.”


Jump-Start Your WINTER Cleaning with a Deep-Clean Service Visit from ECOMAIDS.


Our Deep Clean Service Visit follows the ECOMAIDS 64-Point Residential Cleaning Checklist and ensures that everything from your ceiling fans to your baseboards are clean, sanitized and allergen free.


TWO MONTHS OF HOUSE CLEANING $399 Totaling four bi-weekly visits. 20% Savings! Less than $100/visit


Valid for homes up to 2,800 s/f. Larger homes will require a one-time surcharge of $40 for every 1,000 additional s/f (Ex: 3,800 s/f home will owe $40 at time of first cleaning). Each visit includes top-to-bottom cleaning of the following rooms: kitchen, living room, dining room, half bath, master bedroom, master bathroom and all common living spaces. Must mention coupon at time of booking. Limit one coupon per household. May not be combines with any other offer, discount or promotion. FIRST VISIT MUST BE SCHEDULED BY JANUARY 31, 2017.


WINTER CLEANING SPECIAL


Initial Service Visit for kitchen, living room, dining room, entry, hallway, stairs, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and a half bath.


$159


Price does not include applicable sales tax. Additional fees may apply if rooms are added and/or substituted. Homes over 2,500 s/f will be subject to an additional charge. MUST MENTION COUPON AT TIME OF BOOKING. Limit one coupon per household. May not be combined with any other offer, discount or promotion. EXPIRES JANUARY 31, 2017.


919-759-6842 • www.ecomaids.com/raleigh Call 503-908-0950 or visit portland.ecomaids.com


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