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Former Urbanites Find a Future in Goat Cheese
Who They Are Living in New York City, James and Eileen Ray, 20-somethings working in finance and fashion, respectively...
Top Fiber-Rich Foods for Good Gut Bacteria
There are many kinds of fiber—but they are not all created equal as far as your gut bacteria is concerned. Bowlfuls of...
5 Ways to Improve Your Gut Flora
Humans have long had an intimate relationship with germs. But modern life has scrubbed away our access to the microbes...
How Good Gut Bacteria Could Transform Your Health
Barefoot and coated in fine desert dust, Jeff Leach hops around the fire, adjusting logs. Its roaring glow provides the...
Welcome Back, Herrings
Every spring, many rivers of the Eastern Seaboard, from Florida to Canada, shimmer silver as river herring swim their...
Organic Farming Success: Uncle Matt's Organic Oranges
There’s something about the sharpness of citrus that our bodies just naturally crave this time of year. Maybe it’s an...
A Maryland Thanksgiving Menu That Celebrates Farm-to-Table Foods
Those bare November days, when faded farm fields are kissed silver with frost and clinging mist, are the time for...
Nutrition and Health Benefits of Purple Potatoes & More Purple Produce
“Only humans and birds have color vision,” notes David Heber, director of UCLA’s Center for Human Nutrition. He...
4 Hunger Relief Charities Making a Difference
Hunger in this country is much more prevalent than people think,” says Mariana Chilton, director of the Center for...
Urban Farming for the Future
Thousands of delicate greens—from arugula to basil—fill a once-vacant warehouse in a Chicago suburb. They grow without...
How to Cook With 9 Different Types of Basil in Recipes
Most of us know flowery Genovese and Italian sweet basils—think pesto—but the world of basil offers huge diversity,...
School Gardens Boost Learning and Health for Students
Higher test scores, improved learning, healthier eating habits—you can’t go wrong with a school garden, as dozens of...
Virtual Farmstands Offer Local Farmers' Market Products Online
A new crop of online farmstands is providing family farms and small-scale food vendors with an aggregated venue to sell...
Synthetic Food Dyes Pose a Rainbow of Health Risks
That we eat with our eyes is a fact not lost on food manufacturers. Americans consume five times more food dye now than...
Should the U.S. Ban Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)?
In 1996, U.S. farmers planted the first commercial genetically modified (GM) seeds. Some were engineered to resist...
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