Tag Archives: Nutrition

Jeff Shero Nightbyrd :
My heart attack and some lessons I learned

My recent experience with triple bypass open heart surgery taught me a lot about how to stay healthy. By Jeff Shero Nightbyrd | The Rag Blog | February 25, 2015 Jeff Nightbyrd will be Thorne Dreyer’s guest on Rag Radio, … finish reading Jeff Shero Nightbyrd :
My heart attack and some lessons I learned

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Kate Braun :
BOOKS | Mariann Garner-Wizard’s informative and timely ‘Hempseed Food’

This book is chock-full of recipes and useful information that will fascinate readers who care deeply about what they eat, how it is prepared, and what nutrients it contains. By Kate Braun | The Rag Blog | June 3, 2014 … finish reading Kate Braun :
BOOKS | Mariann Garner-Wizard’s informative and timely ‘Hempseed Food’

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Mariann G. Wizard : You Eat Too Much!

Image from diettogo.Stayin’ Alive:The reason for the season is not food If what we love becomes the act of eating in itself, we’re shortchanging ourselves on the rest of life. By Mariann G. Wizard / The Rag Blog / December … finish reading Mariann G. Wizard : You Eat Too Much!

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BOOKS/ Jonah Raskin : Michael Pollan’s ‘Food Rules’

We can decide what we want to eat!Michael Pollan: America’s new Food CzarBy Jonah Raskin / The Rag Blog / January 8, 2010 [Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual, by Michael Pollan. (Penguin, Trade Paperback, December 29, 2009, 112 pp, $11.00.] … finish reading BOOKS/ Jonah Raskin : Michael Pollan’s ‘Food Rules’

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HEALTH / Know Thyself (And Watch Thy Back)

Nancy Kennedy, 20, downs soda and fries. Photo from LA Times, 1965.A good dose of Healthy Skepticism:Learn what works for you Each of us is inside our body and we know what it feels like better than the M.D. ever … finish reading HEALTH / Know Thyself (And Watch Thy Back)

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A Hole in Their Argument? : Krispy Kreme’s Pro-Abortion Donuts

Jesus would undoubtedly want you to go out right now and buy a dozen donuts to support choice and abortion rights, so what are you waiting for? By Mariann Wizard / The Rag Blog / January 20, 2009 Just in … finish reading A Hole in Their Argument? : Krispy Kreme’s Pro-Abortion Donuts

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Low Hanging Fruit for the Progressive Movement

Low Hanging Fruit / Copyright © 2008 Borderrose Images We have here the potential for a coalition of health reform as demanded by our public health organizations, immigration reform (this is also the cause of Mexican farmers being driven off … finish reading Low Hanging Fruit for the Progressive Movement

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Herdshares, Melamine and the Crazed Priorites of the ‘Regulators’

I wonder what sort of regulatory model we have arrived at that finds it commendable to break up small groups of people wanting to raise and consume a natural product with no harmful properties and yet ignores a massive, fraudulent, … finish reading Herdshares, Melamine and the Crazed Priorites of the ‘Regulators’

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Fatty Foods : All the Skinny

‘Obesity, though some would prefer to call it eating disorders, is a big growth area, not just for the unwitting sufferers, but also for some food companies which contribute so greatly to the problem.’By Asinus Asinum Fricat / November 18, … finish reading Fatty Foods : All the Skinny

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Food Production and Delivery : We May Have to Rethink the Model

‘We all know eating locally grown foods is best and during the normal harvest season we buy locally when we have the choice.’By Gerry Storm / The Rag Blog / October 1, 2008 Most models of present and future food … finish reading Food Production and Delivery : We May Have to Rethink the Model

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NUTRITION : The Pros and Cons of "Organic" Food Revisited

Yesterday The Rag Blog posted an article by Roger Baker in which he contended that the types of food you eat can be more important than eating food labeled “organic.” [NUTRITION: Are Organic Foods Just a Marketing Trend? by Roger … finish reading NUTRITION : The Pros and Cons of "Organic" Food Revisited

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NUTRITION : Are ‘Organic’ Foods Just a Marketing Ploy?

Organic apple. Better, or just more expensive?Study shows what you eat is more important than whether the food meets the criteria to be called ‘organic’By Roger Baker / The Rag Blog / September 29, 2008 Are “organic” foods really safer … finish reading NUTRITION : Are ‘Organic’ Foods Just a Marketing Ploy?

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