We’re calorie counting, but is the FDA getting in our way?
“…our First Lady does not project the image of women that you might see on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue..”
My commentary on the NYT op-ed, “Why Aren’t GMOs Labeled?”
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The title says it all.
Soft drinks are no longer allowed in vending machines on city property… is this a good idea?
My personal response to the thinking that says I am a member of “The Food Police.”
A blogger chops and screws a video clip of a Black woman’s alleged racism against a white farming family…
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.
“Two large initiatives designed to prevent Black girls from becoming obese are not very successful at it..”
Part one of “The Problem With Processed Foods.”
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?
Not even just illegal – should the government have some kind of say as to when enough is enough in food and restaurants?
Absolutely not. Here, I’ll explain why.
Yes. A tomato is ‘vegetable,” pizza is “a vegetable serving” and this now affects your child’s school lunch.
“If they don’t look overweight, why does it matter if the BMI says they are?”