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Kidney failure epidemic in tropical sugar cane plantation workers  RSS feed

 
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According to Dr Peter Cleave (I think- published in the 70's) sugar cane workers were allowed to eat as much sugar cane as they wanted and only had health issues when they were given a ration of processed sugar.
 
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So kidneys are what filter pesticides...
 
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