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Anvisa suspends batch of condensed milk failed in test

Anvisa suspends batch of condensed milk failed in test

According to a report from the Central Laboratory Noel Nutels, in Rio de Janeiro, the product had an unsatisfactory result in the count of Staphylococcus Coagulase. Staphylococcus is a relatively common type of bacteria, but can cause nausea and vomiting. Therefore, the control of the presence of this type of bacteria in foods has a strict limit.

The measurement is preventive and is valid for 90 days until the control is done. During this time, it is recommended that the product is not consumed to prevent health damage, especially in vulnerable people such as children, the elderly or people who are already ill.

Anvisa points out that if the consumer believes that he has been harmed and

My Life tried to contact the company, but until the closing of this matter, the brand did not comment on what happened.


Nutritionist indicates 9 simple ways to ease reflux

Nutritionist indicates 9 simple ways to ease reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a digestive problem in which the acids present inside the stomach go back through the esophagus rather than following the normal flow of digestion. There are several factors that can trigger reflux, ranging from psychological issues to food intolerance. The functional nutritionist, Patrícia Davidson Haiat, has published in her Instagram some simple tips that may help reflux sufferers.

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5 Reasons that may explain why you are eating too much

5 Reasons that may explain why you are eating too much

Are you on a diet and can not lose weight? Despite their efforts, some slips can negatively affect the diet, so it is essential to pay attention to some eating habits to achieve the desired goal. Understand five reasons that may induce you to eat more and see easy ways to improve: 1 - Food labels said to be healthy are not always true According to research published in the Journal of the Association of Consumer Research, many people are fooled by foods labeled "healthy," especially those with low calorie intake, and thus end up eating more.

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