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Is aflatoxin a problem in peanuts?


Peanut and peanut butters are required to be inspected specifically for aflatoxin. It is no longer believed to be a concern in commercial preparations. It may be a problem if small private growers sell moldy nuts direct to small buyers, like health food stores, for sale as is or as peanut butter.


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ARA 6 is a fiber-rich powder derived from the Western Larch tree. The primary component of ARA 6 are long chain of linked sugars that are capable of up-regulating critical aspects of the immune system.

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