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Fruit Juices Are Often Loaded With Arsenic and Lead

When you reach for fruit juice at the grocery store, it’s safe to say that when you take it home and pour yourself a glass, the possibility of ingesting potentially dangerous substances doesn’t cross your mind.  But a new study reveals there’s about a 50-50 chance that elevated levels of heavy metals will be part of the package when you pick up a bottle, jug or box of apple juice, grape juice or fruit juice blends. When these and other fruit juices sold across the U.S were tested, 45 percent of them were found to contain “concerning” levels of heavy metals.  Read more...



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