Global Trade to Saliva & Obesity to Breast Cancer

A new study points to genetic differences in vitamin D receptors as potentially being responsible for higher breast cancer rates among African American women compared to European American women. A lower vitamin D level in the blood is linked to higher risk.

I keep a running copy of news items that I think may be useful for presentations, reports, articles and so on. Here’s a short list of news items that I’ve recently posted on Global Food Forums. It covers studies such as a recent one on amylase enzymes in saliva and the potential link to diabetes to the size of the U.S. and Chinese grocery market. I hope it’s useful, or at least interesting.

— Claudia O’Donnell, Global Food Forums, a conference and seminar organizer

Posted on:April 21, 2012

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