Did you know in the US some of the nation's best known brands of apple juice contain arsenic.
I was watching Dr Oz show focused on testing dozens of samples across 3 different cities in America. Gerber had the highest levels. It's the 1st juice I gave my kids as babies.
Strange!!! are you telling right??? It is really strange. Thanks much for this good information.
I watched Dr Oz too. There are a lot or carcenogenic chemicals in the products we are consuming and using. Without active regulation, we won't know what we're getting!
That is why I buy/use organic whenever possible. Less toxins for our bodies and for the planet!
by instantlyfamily 6 years ago
How do you fee about arsenic being found in name brand apple juice?EPA limits arsenic in drinking water to 10 parts per billion, currantly there is no limit for arsenic in apple juice. "Gerber Apple Juice" highest tested sample: 36 parts per billion. "Juicy Juice" highest tested...
by DogSiDaed 8 years ago
Is it even possible? It seems so! I keep getting random cravings for it XD
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