We’re calorie counting, but is the FDA getting in our way?
My commentary on the NYT op-ed, “Why Aren’t GMOs Labeled?”
The title says it all.
Discussing The Puritan Principle: If it feels good, it must be bad.
My personal response to the thinking that says I am a member of “The Food Police.”
As I’ve said before, there are only a few things that really unnerve me – one of them is dishonesty in marketing. (Surprise, surprise… that’s what marketing is.) If you…
How does salmonella get in peanut butter? How can I avoid it?
Something to think twice about when it comes to your pantry and produce.
Lap-band maker says “We want to be able to market our product to people who are LESS obese, now!”
“Well, what if it says [this] on the box? Doesn’t that make a difference?” No.
The FDA takes one small step for regulation, one giant step for mankind. What do we think?
Why? Because there’s mercury in it. I’m a believer in a simplified life. It’s like, I appreciate the fact that processed foods allow us the ability to eat more complex…
Should alcoholic beverages include calorie counts?
500 million eggs recalled… and we’re more confused than ever..
“Tired of injustice, tired of the schemes, kind of disgusted, so what does this mean?…As jacked as it sounds, the whole system sucks….With such confusions, don’t it make you wanna scream?”
The interesting thing, really, was the number of people who admitted to drinking diet soda. Well…
Is the term “normal weight obesity” sensible? Or is it a scam?
Excerpted parts of the NY Times’ article, “Is Sugar Toxic?” and my thoughts throughout the post.
On the apple juice dust-up with Dr. Oz, and why “fearmongering” is such an annoying phrase.