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‘Natural’ vs ‘Organic’: How Food Labels Deceive

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By David Kerley
Feb 17, 2014 5:11pm

When strolling the supermarket aisles, do you know the difference between “natural” and “organic”?

Michael Jacobson, executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a food watchdog group, has been battling what he considers misleading or confusing labels — everything from “natural” to “whole grains” for decades. 278 more words

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The Good, Bad, and Ugly: Choosing the Right Fats for Cooking at Home

Nutrition is an evolving field. We are constantly learning more about optimal nutrition and the impact our food has on our health. While all the scientific research, studies, and research interpretation is wonderful – it can also be confusing. 993 more words

Holistic Nutrition

Two mornings' breakfast with my son

His plates are above my plates in case you can’t tell (he does eat alot).
Thursday: pasture raised soft boiled egg, Niman ranch ham, strawberries, honeydew melon and grapefruit… 23 more words

Quiz: Labels or Lies?

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Kool-Aid Flavors

  Life is all about choices.

Today, I got annoyed because I felt that some people I work with are choosing the wrong Kool-Aid flavor. The Kool-Aid reference is from the… 260 more words

Musing

Blissfully Baked Hard-Boiled Eggs

I could eat eggs everyday! And I have. When I took off to Yosemite a few years ago with a plane ticket to San Fransisco and my back pack, I had four dozen hard boiled eggs to nourish me on my adventure. 315 more words

Primal

Madras chicken salad

Lately, about 90% of our cooking has been out of cookbooks. Partly because we’re in need of new ideas and partly because cooking/eating Paleo requires lots of meals and snacks to replace the lack of carbs … at least that’s how it’s been for me. 99 more words