A petroleum-based additive used in antifreeze, paint, and theatrical fog is also found in thousands of food products including cake mixes, flavored coffees, and ice cream. Learn why avoiding foods and cosmetics with propylene glycol might be a good idea.
Eating healthy and organic is not as expensive as you might think. Here are some clever strategies for eating wholesome foods on a tight budget.
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Will lumping obesity in with cancer, heart disease, arthritis and the scores of other legitimate diseases bring more medical focus to “curing” it?
If you look at what we’re growing, it’s easy to see that a tainted food supply is the reality here in America.
All salts are not equal in terms of origin, chemistry, crystal structure, biological effects—or even flavor!
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On a particularly naughty double-dipping day at Starbucks, HoneyColony’s Jamie Weiss noticed a strange sign on the front counter. So what exactly is Proposition 65, and why does it sound like this coffee comes with a side of cancer?
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“Breaking the foodopoly and fixing the dysfunctional food system requires far-reaching legislative and regulatory changes that are part of a larger strategy for restoring our democracy.”
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No matter how great of a processed-food sleuth you are, chances are you’ve never set foot inside a processing plant to see how these food-like products are actually made.
BHA is a common chemical added to processed foods to keeps fats from spoiling. The trouble is, research indicates it comes with a side-effect: cancer.
Fast food chains are feeding us a “chemistry lab” of ingredients that exist nowhere in nature. Here’s a look at what to avoid and some tips on how to identify real food.
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