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A new report on arsenic levels in organic food and baby formula

A new study from the Dartmouth University shows that some organic food that list organic brown rice syrup as a primary ingredients can contain large amounts of arsenic, a chemical linked to cancer amount other things.

The report reveal how researches tested 17 infant formulas, 29 cereal bars and three types of energy short and that two of the formulas contained 20 times more arsenic levels than formula not containing brown rice syrup.

Read more about this report on MSNBC’s Today’s health. 

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