LES ACTU DE risu risu: vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants
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LES ACTU DE risu risu: vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants
Nous avons sélectionné des jolis vêtements bio pour petites filles dans la collection My sweet Bio, des jouets en bois pour filles et des cosmétiques bio pour filles: http://www.risurisu.fr
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Vous connaissez la gamme de soins bio John Masters Organics?

Vous connaissez la gamme de soins bio John Masters Organics? | LES ACTU DE risu risu: vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants | Scoop.it
Toute l'histoire en 2 mots   John Masters, coiffeur visagiste en vogue dès les annnées 70 (il travaille dans les salons de coiffure les plus réputés de Miami et New York et coiffe toutes les stars), prend peu à peu conscience des dangers d'inhaler...
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Découvrez vous aussi cette marque re´putée de cosmétiques bio, ses shampoings bio et soins du visage hors du commun qui font l'unanimité.

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Soldes hiver

Soldes hiver | LES ACTU DE risu risu: vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants | Scoop.it
Découvrez nos promotions sur les cosmétiques bios et autres indispensables.
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2e démarque avec encore plus de produits bio soldés à -50%:  vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants jusqu'à 6 ans, cosmétiques bio, jouets écolos, puériculture.

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UK Press: Pesticides in our daily bread

UK Press: Pesticides in our daily bread | LES ACTU DE risu risu: vêtements bio pour bébés et enfants | Scoop.it

Via Organapedia, BARANES
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Organapedia's curator insight, January 12, 2014 11:53 PM

Emily Marquez: It's not exactly a shocker, but a recently released report from the United Kingdom (UK) Health and Safety Executive indicates that yes, there are low levels of pesticides in food commonly found in supermarkets. Seventy-seven percent of the starchy foods tested — including various kinds of bread — contained measurable residues.
 

Among the pesticides found was the controversial chemical glyphosate, with 23% of cereal bars containing residues of Monsanto's flagship herbicide.


The Pesticide Residues Monitoring Programme releases quarterly reports for pesticide residues in food, including fruits and vegetables. This most recent final report included results on sampling of starchy foods and grains: cereal bars, bread, noodles and wheat samples. The food samples in this group were tested for up to 248 pesticides.
 

Breaking down the starchy food data


Five kinds of pesticides were found in the starchy food products, with samples taken from five source countries (Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the UK). The greatest number of samples had either organophosphate insecticides (OPs), and/or the two herbicides chlormequat and glyphosate.
 

Of the food products tested, 75% of the bread products, 90% of cereal bars, and 38% of the noodles had at least one pesticide residue.

While no residues were above the levels considered "safe" in the food products, one herbicide (chlorpropham) was found on raw wheat at a level above the recommended Maximum Residue Level.
 

Even at low levels..


OPs are known neurotoxicants, and a large number of studies suggest that prenatal exposure to these chemicals may affect children's neurodevelopment and cognitive and motor function.
 

Rodent studies suggest that fetal exposure to low levels of the OP chlorpyrifos can lead to adverse effects on both organ development and cognition.
 

The general population is exposed to low concentrations of pesticides through our food and environment throughout our lifetime. It is well understood that these low levels of exposure — in the case of chemicals that have endocrine-disrupting actions like OPs — can adversely impact development and other key processes.
 

How safe is "safe"?
 

According to the 2007 EPA Integrated Risk Information System, chlormequat chloride is "slightly toxic to mammals on an acute oral exposure basis."
 

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's RoundUp, has been in the news lately due to its dominance as the top herbicide in this country. While the weight of the evidence on glyphosate has not yet identified major health risks, recent studies have indicated that we should continue to raise questions about this heavily-used herbicide. With so many of us exposed, it never hurts to be cautious.


So, we know we have pesticides in our food, and annual reports from food safety commissions and the like will continue to tell us that. The authors of this latest report tell people in the UK not to worry, as these are levels below what the government says are acceptable.


But when it comes to OPs in particular, I cast a skeptical eye at any level at all being considered "safe."


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Soldes bio à fond les ballons!

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Les soldes ont commencé chez My Sweet Bio avec des prix fous dans tous les rayons! Destockage massif de vêteemnts bio pour les bébés et les enfants jusqu'à 6 ans.

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