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Why Did The Air Force Ban Greek Yogurt?
Sure, you’re probably cool with the government placing bans on truly troubling ingredients like trans fats. But here’s something that shocked us: Last weekend, the Air Force told its members to steer clear of—wait for it—Chobani Blueberry Power Greek yogurt.
So what could possibly be wrong with this protein-packed superfood? Well, it’s not the yogurt per se, but one tiny ingredient: Hemp seeds, which contain trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive ingredient also found in marijuana. In 1999, the Air Force added hemp seed oil and hemp seed products to a list of forbidden substances over concern that they may interfere with drug tests given to service members.
There’s a key difference, however, between the hemp seeds you’d find in a health food store and marijuana leaves you’d find in, say, a batch of special brownies: Hemp seeds (which are totally legal, by the way) come from a variant of the Cannabis sativa plant that produces approximately 1% THC, while marijuana comes from a variant that’s cultivated to produce anywhere from 1% to 20% THC.
“What makes me the most disappointed about this rule is that hemp seeds are so good for you,” says Ashley Koff, RD, nutritionist andPreventionadvisor.
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