You are what you eat. So of course, it’s important to know what you put into your body. One way to do that is to look at the package. The list of ingredients are a telling sign of what’s to come. But what of food that has no ingredient list? Shouldn’t our one-ingredient meals get… Continue reading Celery Inside Celery For Celery Infinity
Hey California: Vote Yes On 37?
Yes. This proposition would require food manufacturers to label genetically modified foods. That’s it. This is only about labeling food. Here’s why I am voting yes on Proposition 37. 1. I don’t know enough about GMO foods. You don’t either. 2. You are what you eat. 3. Imagine purchasing food without a list of ingredients.… Continue reading Hey California: Vote Yes On 37?
Without getting into the benefits and drawbacks of genetically modified food, I think it’s safe to say that most of use want to know what we are getting into when we eat. Or more precisely, what is getting into us. Below is a petition written by Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation and Gary… Continue reading GMO Fish?
â€˜Drinkifyâ€™ To Your Heath With Tropicana Tropolis
Well news of this sort is sure to inspire ridicule. At the very least, in how it is presented. PepsiCo announced that they want to â€˜snackifyâ€™ drinks and â€˜drinkifyâ€™ food. Yes, they used those words. From the CEO of PepsiCo: “We see the emerging opportunity to ‘snackify’ beverages and ‘drinkify’ snacks as the next frontier… Continue reading â€˜Drinkifyâ€™ To Your Heath With Tropicana Tropolis
Hang Those Bananas
Bananas turn brown when stored in the refrigerator, so off to the counter they go. Far from being banishment though, the countertop provides not only a convenient place to store them, but you get to show off how health conscious you are. (Assuming of course you change out the bunch every now and then.) The… Continue reading Hang Those Bananas
Make Your Own Nutrition Facts
The serving size we see on everyday food products is rarely never an actual serving size. Five crackers is hardly a serving size. (Maybe if stacked high and layered with peanut butter.) Of course, the reason food companies do this is to make it seem like we are eating less calories, but we all know… Continue reading Make Your Own Nutrition Facts