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Food Safety News - August 3, 2017 Chicken meals recalled from institutions for undeclared soy

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Chicken meals recalled from institutions for undeclared soy

By News Desk

Bateman in West Sacramento, CA, has recalled  approximately 20,297 pounds of poultry products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The not-ready-to-eat products contain soy, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label. The not-ready-to-eat chicken entrees were produced on... Continue Reading

More coffee recalled because of male enhancement drugs

By Kelsey M. Mackin

AMPT Coffee is the third coffee product in the past year to be recalled because laboratory analysis found it contains a prescription drug, which is similar to the active ingredient in Viagra and can be deadly when combined with nitrates frequently found in heart and blood pressure medications. AMPT Life LLC shipped their coffee product, which contains the drugs Sildenafil... Continue Reading

Appropriation Committees split over ban on equine inspections

By News Desk

With the ban on USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service spending any federal money on equine inspections set to expire Sept. 30, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate are divided over whether to extend it. The last time a horse was legally slaughtered for human consumption in the U.S. was in 2007. Congress has turned... Continue Reading

Cyclospora infections more than double in Texas in two weeks

By Coral Beach

The number of people in Texas with infections from Cyclospora parasites has more than doubled since mid-July, causing state officials to renew requests for the public and health care providers to watch for symptoms — and report cases. Often associated with fresh produce, the microscopic parasite has caused infections in 160 people as of Tuesday,... Continue Reading

Amrita brand protein bars recalled because of Listeria risk

By News Desk

More protein bars are being recalled, this time from Amrita Health Foods, because they contain ingredients supplied by Hudson Valley Foods Inc., which found Listeria monocytogenes in its production facility. The protein bars from Amrita Health Foods of Pleasantville, NY, have best-by dates well into 2018. They were distributed across the United States to retailers... Continue Reading

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What 100 Days Can Do For You
Week of 08/03/2017 - Featured Blog Post
What 100 Days Can Do For You

Back on April 5th, I made an exercise commitment. I signed up for the Leslie Sansone, 100 day, Walk a Mile Challenge. The premise was simple, I commit to doing an activity that would give me one mile of sustained exercise each day. It had to be a single block of exercise, not my all day activity. I could total my all day activity but the exercise had to be separate.

I started this challenge when the Las Vegas weather was cool and my 1-3 mile outdoor walks was a pleasant experience. Well, along came June and sustained 100+ temps that curtailed my outdoor walks. However, I was determined to continue so I started mall walking, and I did videos, and I used SparkPeople TV, and YouTube. I wanted to complete the challenge and so I found a way to get the job done.

My Challenge Stats:

Leslie Sansone 1 Mile, 100 day Challenge - April 5 to July 13:
Duration: 100 Days
Total Exercise Miles: 182.56
Total Daily Fitbit Miles w/o Exercise Miles: 513.55

When I started out it was all about finishing the challenge. That was my main focus, but it has become much more than that. Yes, I finished the challenge but I also started a habit that I plan to sustain for the rest of my life. Exercise.

I am never going to run a marathon. I am never going to compete in an endurance race, heck, in any race that requires I run. I will never be a devotee of the gym or of pumping iron. What I am going to do is to continue to do something. I will take a daily 1-2 mile walk. I will get up every hour and do 250 steps or more. I will do strength training and cardio, and exercise videos. I will put on my iPod while cleaning and "dance to the music." I am going to do a solid 30 minutes every day of something that gets my heart pumping and my metabolism revving and my body moving.

I started because I wanted to see if I COULD do it. I will continue because now I know I CAN.

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