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Consumer Reports’ Dr. Urvashi Rangan reveals the region where approximately 80 percent of America’s arsenic-contaminated rice comes from. Then, Dr. Oz explains why brown rice can contain more arsenic than white rice.
Dr. Urvashi Rangan reveals which two rice varieties have the least amount of arsenic and which rice products to avoid. Then, Dr. Oz demonstrates how to cook rice to reduce arsenic consumption and the best grain substitutes for rice.
Consumer Reports’ Dr. Urvashi Rangan explains the importance behind the FDA’s recent risk assessment of arsenic in infant rice cereals. Then, Dr. Oz reveals the arsenic test results from ten infant rice cereal samples.
The truth comes out! One of your favorite health foods that you’ve likely been eating for years could be laden with arsenic. Consumer Reports reveals their latest findings. Then, meet a woman who recently found out her parents are murderers.
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