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ACS weekly press package May 8, 2006

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In This Edition:

  • USDA reports decreased consumption of key nutrients
  • The poisons within: a new focus for toxicology
  • Electrifying sewage
  • Cleaner gas flaring for the energy and petrochemical industries
  • Summer's medical milestone: insulin without the injection
  • Journalists' Helper of the Week

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Dramatic Declines in consumption of healthful plant nutrients
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

People in the United States consume dramatically smaller amounts of a class of healthful plant nutrients than previously believed, researchers report in a study scheduled for the May 31 issue of the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The nutrients, anthocyanins (ACNs), are pigments responsible for the blue, purple and red colors of blueberries, plums, cherries and other fruits.

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