Vegans May Have Increased Rate of Heart Disease

Vegans May Have Increased Rate of Heart Disease

Faith Durand
Feb 16, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Vegans may need extra vitamins to ward off increased risk of heart disease. Plus, Coca Cola says its recipe is still safely unknown, despite This American Life's attempt to say otherwise, and a freeze in Mexico means less veggies for the United States.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. 

Vegans May Have Increased Rate of Heart Disease - Science Daily
Mexico Freeze Causes U.S. Veggie Shortage - TIME
Budding Calif. Cheese Industry Gets Grilled By FDA - NPR
World Bank: Food Prices at 'Dangerous Levels' - ABC News
PCRM sues federal agencies over dietary guidelines - Washington Post
Cooking for One: Together, independently - Washington Post
13 Things You Could've Learned at Culinary School - Esquire
How hard is it to reduce your salt? - Washington Post
Study: Alcohol disrupts women's sleep - ABC-7
Coca-Cola says secret of its recipe still intact - Reuters

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