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24 Jul 2020
There are several foods that are highly consumed in one part of the world but banned in others. There could be a number of reasons responsible for the ban ranging from ethical, cultural, personal preference, health, environmental or social reasons. Listed in this article are some few controversial foods that are illegal in some places but…
Chewing gum
9 Jul 2020
Chewing gum has been with us since the Stone Age as it has been around for centuries now (the ancient civilizations like Aztec talk about chewing gums). Over the years, there has been a lot of curiosity as to whether chewing gum is good for the body or if we should stay away from it. This…
29 Jul 2019
People have been chewing gum in various forms for thousands of years. Original gums were made from the sap of trees. However, most modern chewing gums are made from synthetic rubbers. Because they are synthetic, they have some negative effects. Below are some of the effects of chewing gum: Gastrointestinal Problem Chewing gum causes you…
22 Feb 2017
Scientists claim that chewing gum and bread could be bad for your health, a new study reveals. Long-term exposure to a popular food additive leaves the body more prone to infections.


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