Here are some tongue-in-cheek food safety “facts” from New York’s Miner Institute:
Nearly all sick people have eaten carrots. Obviously, the effects are cumulative.
An estimated 99.9% of all people who die from cancer and heart disease have eaten carrots.
99.9% of people involved in car crashes ate carrots within 60 days of their accidents.
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