Confirmed: Whole Foods keeps selling rice protein products containing high degrees of toxic heavy metalsJust to ensure this is still going on, I went to the complete Foods headquarters in Austin Texas last week and purchased nearly $700 worth of products . The receipt is apparently in two parts because Entire Foods prints items on the FRONT and the BACK of each receipt, so I had to stitch collectively two photos. The outcomes of testing these rice proteins in my ICP-MS laboratory – – the Natural News Forensic Meals Labs – – once again confirms alarming degrees of business lead, cadmium and tungsten in multiple rice protein products sold by Whole Foods. If you are curious how I found tungsten in the products, click right here to see the movies from our lab. Listed below are are just some of the outcomes we discovered from rice proteins bought at Entire Foods last week Dark brown Rice Chocolate Protein purchased at Entire Foods Lead: 312 ppb Cadmium: 1015 ppb Tungsten: YES Raw Rice Proteins Chocolate bought at Whole Foods Lead: 311 ppb Cadmium: 1731 ppb Tungsten: YES Rice Protein purchased at Whole Foods Lead: 302 ppb Cadmium: 1791 ppb Tungsten: YES Rice Protein Vanilla purchased at Entire Foods Lead: 277 ppb Cadmium: 1345 ppb Tungsten: YES Click here to see more complete results of other rice protein products at the Natural News Forensic Food Labs.With the launch of the heptavalent protein-polysaccharide pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in 2000, invasive pneumococcal disease declined by 75 percent among kids under 5 years of age and by 31 percent among adults 65 years or older.9,10 Because the age of the patient manuals empirical antimicrobial therapy for purulent meningitis,11 the effect of prevention strategies on the existing epidemiology of bacterial meningitis remains important to define. Methods Data Collection To describe tendencies in the incidence of bacterial meningitis, we analyzed ABCs surveillance data on culture-confirmed invasive infection with H. Influenzae, S. Pneumoniae, N. Meningitidis, or FoodNet and GBS surveillance data on culture-confirmed invasive infection with L. Monocytogenes. Paul area), NY , Oregon , and Tennessee .