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The World Health Organization recommends eating no more than 25 grams of sugar a day.
Each year Good Food Awards blind taste tests hundreds of beers that meet their ecofriendly criteria. The winners are the tastiest, most environmental friendly and socially responsible beers in the U.S..
Sugar and Diet Soda's affects on the Human Body.
For ever Wonderbag you buy on Wonderbag will be donated to a family in Africa.
Direct payments end, food stamps cut by $800 million a year.
Many feel, after numerous studies have revealed high levels of arsenic in rice, that it is time for the government to set a limit.
Save space, harvest both tomatoes and potatoes from one plant!
New study shows stomach inflammation as well as uterus enlargement in GM-fed pigs.
Our federal dollars are being used to keep the American populace unhealthy and fat. Even though we seem to have a crisis on our hands, the U.S. government, corn lobbyists, trade associations and the Big Six (Monsanto, BASF, Bayer, Dow, DuPont and Syngenta) keep oiling the corn machine that was started in the mid-70s...a machine that needs to be reassessed.
Sixteen year old publishes scientific study showing fruit flies live longer and are more fertile if fed organic food versus conventional.
What to do with that overripe watermelon, the half eaten banana, the bruised peach.
Organic (and some Natural) food brands owned by big corporations. And which and how much those large brands are donating to fight GMO labeling.
The definition of a whole food, is a natural food that has not been processed or has been refined as little as possible. Unfortunately, ultra-pasteurized, homogenized, grain-fed cow's milk is no longer a whole food. It is highly manipulated.
A breakdown of monies spent on food and the cost of food during the last thirty years.
World Hunger Map and population growth.
Clara Cannucciari - Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.
Currently, unapproved use and abuse of antibiotics for food-intended animals is common practice. Sources say, close to 80 percent of all antibiotics sold in the U.S. are being fed or injected into cattle, pigs and poultry on industrial factory farms.
If you have the time, seems like a fun way to create healthy meals with your kids. Or, in the doldrums? Create a packed lunch just for yourself!
Nowadays whole milk is required to have a set 3.25 percent milkfat. Well, cows do not give milk at a set 3.25 percent milkfat... Learn how we get our milk so standardized. Also of interest are MPCs. Milk Protein Concentrate is de-fatted, ultra-pasteurizated, ultrahomogenized, ultrafiltrated (UF), unregulated, powdered skimmed milk. Many manufacturers are using MPCs in their dairy products instead of real milk. Why? Because MPCs are a cheap and easy way to add a filling, stable protein into a product. Although MPCs do add protein, it is a very processed form. Are MPC's hurtful to the local food movement? Yes, as this dried, spoil resistant product takes less to transport than the fresh liquid milk, companies are choosing this processed powder over fresh milk.
Eating 'less' meat and dairy is the best way to reduce emissions. But know that, less dense cheeses produce fewer greenhouse gases since they take less milk to produce. Cottage cheese, ricotta, cream cheese, part-skim or fresh mozzarella, gouda, feta, muenster and non-fat yogurt are all more earth-friendly choices, especially if organic.
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has found a correlation between certain foods and weight gain. And a new study out of North Carolina says the average American now eats 570 more calories a day than in 1977...

  • It's what you eat -- and how much
    A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has found a correlation between certain foods and weight gain. And a new study out of North Carolina says the average American now eats 570 more calories a day than in 1977...
  • All the Different Sugars
    There are so many different sugars can barely keep's a list of all the added sugars...
  • Best Veggie Burgers
    Best Veggie Burgers
  • Food Dyes Linked to Behavioral Problems
    15 million pounds of eight synthetic food dyes are put into our foods each year....the FDA is finally taking notice....
  • Genetically Modified Cartoons
    Whatever you call it: bioengineered, transgenically engineered, genetically manipulated, genetically engineered and genetically modified. We don't know its long term affects.
  • Cans without BPA
    A list of cans with and cans without BPA.
  • Urban Agriculture
    Urban Agriculture - Outside on the Ground and on the Roof. The food of the future will be local...we will push our strollers past it and be intimately connected with it...
  • Solar Cookers
    The three types of solar cookers explained...
  • What we do to Pumpkins
    What we do to pumpkins...why have our customs evolved in this way? Abundance and humor? Pumpkin people and pumpkin creatures...
  • The Noble Pumpkin
    Photos of the pumpkin out in the field and at the farmer's market...
  • Mcdonald's Hamburgers
    Guess how old the hamburger on the left is? Would you believe 12 years! And this is not the oldest unspoiled hamburger on record. Len Foley has been collecting McDonald's hamburgers for over 19 years and they still look just about as good as new. If you would like to try this experiment yourself he instructs you should keep the hamburger somewhat dry, away from your dog for 6 or 7 days, and then after that, you can display them anywhere out in the open as no animal or insect will go near them. No smell after 24 hours. The bun just gets hard. No visible signs of rot, mold, age or break down...
  • Vegan Clinton
    Bill Clinton shares his recent weight loss and switch to Veganism stories on CNN and then Drs. Caldwell Esselstyn and Dean Ornish talk on the benefits of a plant based diet. Studies show a vegan diet reverses heart disease in 82% of those afflicted. Dr. Esselstyn warns to stay away from anything with a mother, anything with a face; meat, fish or chicken.
  • Finely Textured Chicken
    This is the result of Advanced Meat Recovery (AMR) a process by which the last traces of meat are scraped or shaved from animal bones and other carcass materials after the meat has been carved off manually. After the process the slurry is classified as finely textured meat. This particular paste is chicken -- it is the main ingredient in chicken nuggets, chicken hot dogs, chicken bologna, etc… Mechanically separated chicken is also treated with ammonia for sterilization purposes. If you see the words 'finely textured' before the name of the meat, this is what you are eating...
  • Jack LaLanne on being happy
    Jack LaLanne on being happy. He was the first to use the term sugar-holics. And did you know the jumping jack was named after him?
  • U.S. Food Consumption
    Food consumption in America. 42 pounds of corn syrup, 24 pounds of ice cream, 85 pounds of fats and oils, 110 pounds of red meat in a year, one gallon of soda a wonder...
  • Two really helpful food sites
    Two really helpful food sites...Super Cook and Still Tasty...that you will soon discover add lots of convenience to your life.

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