Cheerios! Part of an incomplete breakfast. Packed with contemporary fiction and brain fog inducing grains, all rolled into one.
Cheerios cereal has been around since 1941. Recently, General Mills decided to remove GMOs from the list of ingredients. Is this a turning point in the fight over genetically modified food or a marketing ploy?
Big Food doesn’t want you to know if it’s GMO—and new documents reveal the secret corporate strategy to squash labeling efforts nationwide.
If we’re addicted to food, the addiction often begins in childhood. Here’s a look at some simple ways to help your kids build healthy habits.
Tags: addiction, amaranth, antioxidants, bioavailable nutrition, casomorphins, cereal facts, christine zioudrou, cocaine, commercialization, dairy, department of agriculture, department of commerce, devil in the milk, diabetes, diet, donna gates, exercise, exorphins, fermented foods, general mills, heart disease, heroin, high fructose corn syrup, industrialization, keith woodford, kelloggs, narcotic foods, national institute of health, opiates, potent proteins, Probiotics, quinoa, seeds, soda, standard american diet, stephen guyenet, sugar, Superfoods, university of washington, vegetables, vitality supergreen, weight loss, wheat, wheat gluten, yale rudd center
Food industry giants tried to hold a secret meeting on how to avoid blame for America’s obesity epidemic. They failed spectacularly, giving us an inside look at their twisted minds and motives.
Tags: american cancer society, american heart association, CDC, ceos, children, cigarettes, coca cola, diabetes, fat, food manufacturers, general mills, james behnke, kraft, mars, michael mudd, nabisco, nestle, obesity, obesity epidemic, overweight, pillsbury, presidents, procter and gamble, sugar, weight gain