Gluten Free Kids (and Parents)

Gluten Free Kids (and Parents)

Here’s a heartwarming story from Liz, a mom who’s had to change the way her household deals with food due to her son’s celiac disease: My twelve year old son and I started eating a strict gluten free diet after … Continue reading

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Eating Too Much? You May Be Sleeping Too Little

Eating Too Much? You May Be Sleeping Too Little

  The Mayo clinic ran a small study on 17 adults over the course of 8 nights. They were split into 2 groups. One group slept 80 minutes less than the other. The subjects’ activity and food intake was recorded … Continue reading

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How to Enjoy Sardines? In a Salad [Professional Recipe]

How to Enjoy Sardines? In a Salad [Professional Recipe]

There was a lot of talk on the in the comment forum about Friday’s post on sardines. One of the comments came from Chef Dave Schy, who offered the following recipe for Sardine Salad. The following recipe, with more photos, … Continue reading

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Consumer Reports: Most of Us Buy Dirty Chickens

Consumer Reports: Most of Us Buy Dirty Chickens

From the upcoming January edition of Consumer Reports Magazine, disheartening news about the pathogen content of broiler chickens. More than 60% were infected with either salmonella or campylobacter. If this makes you sad, at least it’s an improvement over 2007, … Continue reading

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The Food Industry Agrees – Food Labels are Misleading

The Food Industry Agrees – Food Labels are Misleading

IFIC, The International Food Information Council, is a trade group representing the interests of food, beverage, and agricultural industries mostly in the US. Recently IFIC published a report entitled “2009 Food & Health Survey – Consumer Attitudes toward Food, Nutrition … Continue reading

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