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it means the same in Chinese too
Originally Posted by JustCharlene
if you combine strength and field you get man :-)
Originally Posted by frankv
Yes please note it is less than and when using a less than symbol it will always be ultra conservative. The whey we use is produced in Western Europe and used by a lot of the leading brands of sports nutrition as well a leading baby food manufacturer.
As posts have pointed out traces of arsenic are common in natural products and have nothing to be concerned about.
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Here is a statement re arsenic in foods:
"Just about every food we have contains arsenic. Like a large number of other chemical elements in the soil, it is taken up by plants and as a result it is present in tobacco leaves. You will get traces of arsenic as you will other metals, such as copper and lead. But the levels are so unbelievably low that the chances of them having an effect on a human is stretching the imagination. To kill somebody with arsenic you have to give them a lot for a very long time and this isn’t a lot of arsenic, these are traces".
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MP, thanks for that reassuring post. I'm sure that settles it for most (I'm convinced too). Of course, if you want to be even more reassuring, you could always do a test with the kind of precision the article seems to use (since they measure smaller amounts).
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