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Prolong eating of Pesticides in Vegetables & fruits caused DELAYED EFFECT . Delayed effects are illness or bad health condition which do not appear immediately ( within 24 hours ) but illness starts after long time due to slow release of pesticides in body .
Use of VEGGIYANA is very is easy and time saving .
1.Mix 15 ml VEGGIYANA liquid (3 full cap ) with 500 ml water in a bowl.
2.Soak vegetables & fruits in that bowl and allow to soak 10-12 minutes
3.Swill vegetables & fruits with hands.
4.Rinse with plain water .
5.Your Vegetables are now pesticides free and ready to store in freeze or eat or cook.
Eating more fruits and vegetables with high-pesticide residue was associated with a lower probability of pregnancy and live birth following infertility treatment for women using assisted reproductive technologies, report researchers.
Eating more fruits and vegetables with high-pesticide residue was associated with a lower probability of pregnancy and live birth following infertility treatment for women using assisted reproductive technologies.
Is preconception intake of fruits and vegetables with pesticide residues associated with outcomes of assisted reproductive technologies?
Animal studies suggest ingestion of pesticide mixtures in early pregnancy may be associated with decreased live-born offspring leading to concerns that levels of pesticide residues permitted in food by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency may still be too high for pregnant women and infants.
325 women who completed a diet questionnaire and subsequently underwent cycles of assisted reproductive technologies as part of the Environment and Reproductive Health (EARTH) study at a fertility center at a teaching hospital in Boston between 2007 and 2016 by Jorge E. Chavarro, M.D., Sc.D., of the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, and colleagues.
Researchers categorized fruits and vegetables as having high or low pesticide residues using a method based on surveillance data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. They counted the number of confirmed pregnancies and live births per cycle of fertility treatment.
This is an observational study. In observational studies, researchers observe exposures and outcomes for patients as they occur naturally in clinical care or real life. Because researchers are not intervening for purposes of the study they cannot control natural differences that could explain study findings so they cannot prove a cause-and-effect relationship.
Results of the study indicate that eating more high-pesticide residue fruits and vegetables (for example, strawberries and raw spinach) was associated with a lower probability of pregnancy and live birth following infertility treatment. Eating more low-pesticide residue fruits and vegetables was not associated with worse pregnancy and live birth outcomes.
Limitations of the study include that the study estimated exposure to pesticides based on women's self-reported intake combined with pesticide residue surveillance data rather than through direct measurement. The study also cannot link specific pesticides to adverse effects.
"In conclusion, intake of high-residue FVs [fruits and vegetables] was associated with lower probabilities of clinical pregnancy and live birth among women undergoing infertility treatment. Our findings are consistent with animal studies showing that low-dose pesticide ingestion may exert an adverse impact on sustaining pregnancy. Because, to our knowledge, this is the first report of this relationship to humans, confirmation of these findings is warranted."
Pesticides can have grave effects on the health of anybody consuming fruits or vegetables highly contaminated with pesticides. ... Some other healthrisks associated with these harmful chemicals include nausea, diarrhea, abdominal cramp, dizziness and anxiety.
Pesticides are chemicals used in agriculture to protect crops against insects, fungi, weeds and other pests. ... But pesticides are also potentially toxic to humans. They may induce adverse health effects including cancer, effects on reproduction, immune or nervous systems.
Pesticides and human health: Pesticides can cause short-term adverse health effects, called acute effects, as well as chronic adverse effects that can occur months or years after exposure. Examples of acute health effects include stinging eyes, rashes, blisters, blindness, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and death.
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