Food Facts

    Parents have good reason to worry about the sugar content of children’s breakfast cereals, according to an Environmental Working Group review of 84 popular brands. Kellogg’s Honey Smacks, at nearly 56 percent sugar by weight, leads the list of high-sugar cereals, according to EWG’s analysis. A one-cup serving of Honey Smacks packs more […]

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    Food is not bad for you.  In moderation, absolutely no actual whole food is likely to make you fat, sick, or tired (unless you’re allergic to it of course).  However, when I peak into people’s grocery carts, I am left to believe that most Americans have no clue what “food” is.  Hint # 1: […]

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    Parents have good reason to worry about the sugar content of children’s breakfast cereals, according to an Environmental Working Group review of 84 popular brands. Kellogg’s Honey Smacks, at nearly 56 percent sugar by weight, leads the list of high-sugar cereals, according to EWG’s analysis. A one-cup serving of Honey Smacks packs more […]

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    I loved this post by Fooducate on the inherent ridiculousness of fat-free salad dressings so I thought I would elaborate on the concept.  I recommend reading anything by the good people at Fooducate (recently named one of the top health apps by CNN) but for those that only have time to read one blog post, […]

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Denmark is known for its tasty dairy products. Unfortunately butter and cheese are very high in saturated fat. The connection between saturated fats and increased blood cholesterol (leading to heart issues) has been accepted by most health organizations world wide. That’s why, when research comes out pointing out the opposite, our ears perk. Especially when […]

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