I read and hear negative comments about genetically engineered foord, but what, specifically, is harmful about them? As a super skeptic, I love your posts. Barbara Todd
09/26/2010 - 2:25pm
Avocados are bad for you
09/26/2010 - 1:57pm
Organic vs non organic.
09/26/2010 - 1:26pm
Are eggs that have flecks of blood okay to eat?
08/18/2010 - 11:08pm
I've always thought raw veggies were categorically better. Now I read that tomatoes and spinach (for example) are more nutritious when lightly cooked because the nutrients are more available for absorption in the body. Is this true?
08/06/2010 - 11:04am
Fresh vegetables are always more economical than frozen ones. It takes more energy resources to produce frozen vegetables that have to be shipped on cold trucks. It is much better (economically and for your health) to eat fresh, local produce.
08/06/2010 - 10:50am
Please bust the myth that irradiated foods are radioactive or cause birth defects or cause cancer or.....
True things you should know: Astronauts eat irradiated food (less chance of food poisoning), food irradiation works in ways similar to the way microwave ovens work, and spices have been irradiated for eons.
08/05/2010 - 11:39pm
Interesting... growing up on the farm we had white hens laying brown eggs???? Never got close enough to see earlobes without getting pecked at.
I get brown eggs from the local farmer and can honestly tell you the flavour of the brown eggs far surpasses the store bought white egg.
Myth I want busted... have seen much controversy around consuming eggs. Old thought is maybe one egg weekly. Now info states daily consumption is actually good for you and does not elevate cholesterol.
Heard many years ago the original studies were done on rabbits - natural vegetarians. Conclusion was eggs were not good for you, recently the studies were done on different subjects.
Myth or fact?
08/05/2010 - 7:59pm
I would like to find bread that does not have soy in it. almost impossible outside of a heath food store, even then it is a challange.