The FDA is taking a stand on french fries, warning they could contain a known carcinogen and nuerotoxin. The government also has beef with cookies, cereal, toast and even coffee!
Even if your daily diet contains some heart-healthy fare like salmon and oatmeal, your heart could still be at risk.
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