You may have seen the post back at the end of March about how you can lower meat costs by purchasing sides of beef. This infographic is along the same lines, but contains more information about the health benefits of beef, and offers a simple breakdo
Is “people food” safe for dogs? Some is, some isn’t, and knowing what’s OK to share can mean the difference between a healthy treat and a trip to the emergency clinic.
Not long after the start of the school year, Monique Sanders, a teacher at Nathan Hale Elementary School in Manchester, Conn., realized many of her students were going to bed hungry.
The number of people infected in a multistate salmonella outbreak has reached 100, but federal officials said Friday that they haven't conclusively identified the cause.
Long before the days of supermarkets and organized agriculture, people lived. We are the evidence. They lived in small groups and even alone as hunter gatherers.
You may be wondering why some supposedly ‘healthy’ and ‘environmentally conscious’ companies deceive unknowing consumers into purchasing products with hidden additives and fillers.
What they may not have known is that ammonia - often associated with cleaning products - was cleared by U.S. health officials nearly 40 years ago and is used in making many foods, including cheese. Related compounds have a role in baked goods and cho
Poland will impose a complete ban on growing the MON810 genetically modified strain of maize made by US company Monsanto on its territory, Agriculture Minister Marek Sawicki said Wednesday.
Government policies and spending primarily support industrialized agriculture and the giant farms and corporations that profit from it.
Genetically modified pigs that excrete less waste may be euthanized before they could be slaughtered for human consumption, says a report out of Canada. The herd of Enviropigs, which digest their feed more efficiently, just lost their funding.
Open your kitchen cupboard and what do you see? Salt, pepper, ginger, dill, alum, meat tenderizer, honey, molasses, baking soda; and the list can go on.
Producers of toxic BPA are now boasting $8 billion in sales for 2012 thanks to the FDA rejecting a potential ban on the cancer-linked chemical on March 30th.
Potatoes: Potatoes like cool, not cold temperatures. They do best at around 45 degrees F, which is about 10 degrees warmer than the average refrigerator. Most of us don't have a root cellar (a cool, dark place to store root vegetables like p
Thiamin mononitrate, disodium inosinate, pyridoxine hydrochloride.
I hesitated to share my story since before I started The Primal Blueprint (PB), I was already a fairly healthy 22-year-old, so my transformation simply cannot compare to those that have lost weight in the triple digits and literally cured diabetes.
Obviously there is no room for GMOs in truly healthy food products, which is why it is truly vital that you understand the nature of GMOs and how they are oftentimes hidden in commercial food products.
A federal court has given the U.S. Food and Drug Administration a legal push to stop the overuse of common antibiotics in animal feed and make the food supply safer.
The food bank in Eugene says it’s facing a shortage of protein brought on by rising Asian demand for meat and domestic animal production squeezed by high feed costs.
A new study shows that junk food may have effects beyond expanding your waistline and upping your sodium levels -- it might also be sabotaging your mental health.
Today the Food and Drug Administration has announced that it will not take steps to bar bisphenol-A, or BPA, a known toxic chemical, from canned food and liquid infant formula containers.
The US has suspended food aid to North Korea after the country refused to cancel a scheduled rocket launch.
After years of assurance that genetically engineered (GE) crops are the answer to pesky pest problems, corn rootworm is now turning into a nightmare for America's agricultural biotech companies.
Too good to be true? New findings suggest something in chocolate may make the calories you eat less likely to be deposited as fat.
You order tacos on your smartphone and also beam in your GPS location information. Your order -- and your location -- are transmitted to an unmanned drone helicopter and the tacocopter is then sent out with your food to find you and deliver your taco
Methyl iodide, a highly toxic pesticide intended for large-scale plantings of strawberries and other fruit crops
Pink slime is a meat filler made from "ammoniated boneless lean beef trimmings or similar products, which are considered unfit for human consumption until ammonia has been added.”
On January 31, 2012, 55 farmers and plaintiffs traveled to Manhattan to hear oral arguments regarding Monsanto's motion to dismiss the lawsuit, Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA) vs. Monsanto.
How the Government Makes You Fat - The Great Sugar Shakedown
The foundation of the international food industry, monopolized by large corporations that hold zero regard for your health, is cracking.
Amid mass US protests against Monsanto yesterday, France imposed a temporary moratorium on the planting of Monsanto’s genetically modified corn, MON810.