The name for this vitamin and the word foliage both come from the same latin word “folium”, which means leaf, which immediately give you a hint as to what foods this nutrient might be found in: leafy greens! 536 more words
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Avocados from Mexico. Apples from Chile. Broccoli from China. If you take a look at the stickers on the produce you’re buying at the grocery store, chances.. 12 more words
Like all birds, chickens are smart animals with complex and meaningful social relationships. In fact, their intelligence is so advanced that a recent study by the University of Bristol revealed that chickens can think, draw references, apply logic, and even plan ahead. 874 more words
Many U.S. food products rely on colorings, flavorings and preservatives to “please consumers,” according to Top Media, which put together this video. “Admittedly, some additives are harmless, but others contain harmful substances like petroleum or tar” which cause various health problems. 184 more words
As the seasons change it’s always a good time to hit the “reset button” on our diets.
Summer’s barbecues, picnics and county fairs (and the food choices they offer) give way to more hearty foods like apples, squashes, deep greens and sweet potatoes – all ripe and delicious just as autumn leaves begin to display their showy colors. 85 more words