Nutrition

  • No risks reported from GM crops grown for decades: FSSAI scientist 20 Jul 2019 19:56 Indian Express DR S R Rao, Chairman, FSSAI Scientific Panel on GM foods. Are there any dangers associated with GM crops? The term ‘dangers’ is out of place here – risk or safety is better suited. The Bacillus thuringiensis (or Bt) bacteria has been in use as an …
  • Meet the chef: Cam Hunter has local flavours on tap 20 Jul 2019 19:28 Vancouver Sun Cam Hunter is the chef at Geo Cider Co. in Squamish. handout / PNG Chef Cam Hunter got hooked on cooking at the age of 15 working his first summer job at a burger restaurant in Ontario. After earning Red Seal certification as both a chef and a baker, …
  • Saturday's Best Deals: Ring Gear, Electric Insect Repellent, Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, And More 20 Jul 2019 19:18 Gizmodo An electronic insect repeller, Dyson’s latest vacuum, and an essential 30 oz. tumbler lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web. In case you missed it yesterday, we also broke out our 18 favorite deals from Nordstrom’s massive Anniversary Sale. …
  • We tried Surrey's best place for afternoon tea and this is what it was like 20 Jul 2019 17:02 Get Surrey *Save for the weekend* Not that I need an excuse to indulge in cake, but Afternoon Tea Week returns on August 12-18 so I decided to try Surrey's best rated spot for tea and scones. I had the pleasure of tucking into all of my favourite foods with …
  • Industry miffed as govt mulls dairy import from New Zealand, Australia 20 Jul 2019 14:25 business-standard Apprehensive that cheap dumping will hurt domestic producers and farmers alike, Indian dairy producers are protesting against a proposal by the government to allow dairy imports from the world's largest producers -- New Zealand and Australia. Gujarat …
  • Explore: Vegan festival in Centennial Square; music and food in Colwood 20 Jul 2019 14:14 Times Colonist You can eat plants, love animals and get a taste of nutritious and delicious plant-based food at the Vegtoria Veg Fest, Saturday in Centennial Square. This is the third year of the festival, which drew about 7,000 people last year to try vegan food, listen …
  • Why families feud over vegan food 20 Jul 2019 13:45 Advertiser A Deakin University researcher studying the relationship impacts of veganism has found conflict is most common in couples where only one person had become vegan.Dr Alexa Hayley said there was also often “conflict and angst” between parents raising their …
  • Where did all the food trucks in Waterloo region go? Andrew Coppolino explains 20 Jul 2019 13:31 CBC A few years ago, food trucks roamed the streets looking for prime locations, hoping to avoid transgressing city bylaws and raising the ire of rent-paying bricks-and-mortar restaurants.  That's changed, however, and while there are more food trucks …
  • General Mills bets that kids and older people will bring cereal back 20 Jul 2019 12:48 WPLG (CNN) - General Mills has a cereal problem. It thinks children and aging boomers can help solve it. The cereal category has been shrinking over the past several years as increasingly health-conscious consumers turn to other options. But cereal remains …
  • With petition to Congress, 100,000+ people demand Green New Deal ‘That fixes our food system’ 20 Jul 2019 12:32 Raw Story A coalition of environmental, farmworker, public health, and food safety advocacy groups on Thursday delivered to Congress a petition signed by more than 100,000 people which calls for a Green New Deal “that fixes our food system” to combat the climate …
  • Millennials abandoned cereal: General Mills is betting that kids and older people will bring it back 20 Jul 2019 12:11 CNN To strengthen the category, General Mills is trying a number of different things, like leaning into nostalgic, sugary cereals and exploring new food trends. It's also banking on changing demographics in the United States to help boost sales, said …
  • What is Vitamin K2? Health benefits and value of the supplement 20 Jul 2019 09:20 Evening Standard We hear a lot about Vitamin K, but recently there’s been a lot of fuss over vitamin K2. But why is this the case and what is the difference between the two? As a nutritionist, I try to make sure all my clients gain as many nutrients from their meals as …
  • Massive product recall from Tesco, Morrisons, Iceland, Sainsbury's 20 Jul 2019 09:14 Liverpool Echo A number of groceries have been recalled over the past week after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) issued a number of allergy and food alerts. This includes supermarket giants Tesco, Morrisons and Iceland. In all cases, customers who may have bought any of …
  • A twirl through the best spaghetti 20 Jul 2019 08:23 Los Angeles Times FOR lovers of pasta, there’s no staple more essential than dried spaghetti. Chop a garlic clove, drizzle some olive oil, sprinkle a little cheese, add spaghetti and you’ve got dinner. Who doesn’t need that kind of comfort waiting in the pantry? But there’s …
  • Decades-long Aberdeen study could provide vital information for growing crops on the Moon 20 Jul 2019 07:04 Press and Journal As the world today marks 50 years since man set foot on the moon, a team of scientists in Aberdeen believe they hold the key to making its colonisation possible. Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin stepped bravely out onto the lunar surface on  on July …
  • Cat food: should you spend more on posh brands? 20 Jul 2019 06:52 The Observer Something of a revolution is under way in terms of what we eat, with growing numbers of people opting to go vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian. But what about the food we give to our pets? What’s in it, and is it worth spending more on premium brands? My two …
  • Global Organic Dairy Products Industry Consumption and Market Share by Application 2019-2024 20 Jul 2019 06:51 MarketWatch.com Jul 20, 2019 (MarketResearchNest via COMTEX) -- MarketResearchNest.com publishedthe "Global Organic Dairy ProductsMarket Status (2015-2019) and Forecast (2020-2024) by Region, Product Type& End-Use" report in its research database with report …
  • Iran to Host Nations’ Food Festival Next Month 20 Jul 2019 06:00 IFP News “Iran is hosting the first nations’ food festival from August 11-16,” Jalal Zokaee, the director of the festival, told reporters. He noted one of the key objectives of the event is to bring different ethnic groups and nations culturally closer together. “ …
  • 'A celebration of love, between us, the Earth and the animals': Meet the couple who threw a vegan wedding in Texas 20 Jul 2019 05:35 Independent Walk through the streets of any Texan town and you’ll be greeted by restaurants selling bowls of Tex-Mex meatballs covered in glistening melted cheese, steaming BBQ pulled pork and skewers of tender beef kebabs slathered in spicy honey-glazed marinade. …
  • EWG News Roundup (7/19): Trump EPA Keeps Brain-Damaging Pesticide Legal, ‘Unhealthy’ Air Days Rise in U.S. Cities and More 20 Jul 2019 02:16 Environmental working group In the News This week Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler announced the agency’s decision to allow farmers to keep spraying a dangerous brain-damaging pesticide on fruits and vegetables. The pesticide, chlorpyrifos, has been shown to harm …
  • What Shall We Eat and Drink? 20 Jul 2019 00:19 This Day Saturday letter1 Our food is what is responsible for the efficient functioning of our physiology and mental faculties. Of course, we don’t live to eat but eat to live. We are what we eat and do not. Therefore, apart from feeling a kind of sensation from …
  • Judge Dismisses Whole Foods Overcharging Lawsuit 19 Jul 2019 23:47 Gothamist Four years ago, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs revealed that Whole Foods stores had been ripping off customers by overcharging them for pre-packaged items. The investigation led to lawsuits alleging "deceptive practices, false …
  • Gothamist Staff Picks: Our Favorite Ice Cream To Buy In NYC 19 Jul 2019 23:46 Gothamist National Ice Cream Day is Sunday, July 21st, and to help you celebrate this fake holiday, and navigate the many, many ice cream choices in NYC (there's even vegan anti-anxiety ice cream now!) we've put together a list of our favorite scoop/soft …
  • Local LUNCH program promotes healthy eating 19 Jul 2019 23:33 Grand Rapids Business Journal Two local women are on a quest to help their community one plate at a time. Since May, Kelsey Hakeem and Jenny Bongiorno have been preparing and selling premade meals to customers at Fulton Street Farmers Market in Grand Rapids from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. every …
  • When I stopped buying plastic to go green, I ended up slicing my grocery bill in half 19 Jul 2019 22:45 Seatlle Post-Intelligencer Liz Knueven/Business Insider Looking out for the environment has become an increasing priority of mine. For the past month or so, I've been trying to live with less disposable packaging in my life. Living in Seattle, it ended up not being hard at …
  • A New Sushi Spot and More Seattle Food News You Can Use: July 19, 2019 Edition 19 Jul 2019 22:26 Stranger This week, Belltown's Local 360 debuts a new all-vegan venture, a new sushi restaurant brings seafood towers and a raw bar to Pioneer Square, and Locust Cider opens its latest taproom in West Seattle. Plus, bid adieu to Capitol Hill institution Poppy …
  • 65 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Saturday, July 20 19 Jul 2019 22:11 Straight.com Looking for something to do on Saturday? The Straight’s got you covered. Here are 65 events happening in or around Vancouver on Saturday, July 20.   CONCERTS Australian rock band Waax plays the Fox Cabaret. The Vancouver Folk Music Festival features …
  • Unilever: Growing Dividend With Emerging Markets Exposure 19 Jul 2019 22:02 Seeking Alpha Investment Thesis Unilever PLC. (UL) has a robust business model with tremendous exposure to emerging markets. As a manufacturer of consumer staples, Unilever is a defensive blue chip name that offers an attractive 3% dividend yield. Despite slow growth in …
  • 'It just didn't make any sense': why Australians are turning away from meat 19 Jul 2019 21:34 The Guardian There is a scene in the documentary Blue Planet II where a harlequin tuskfish, a 30cm long inhabitant of the Great Barrier Reef, uses a bump on a coral to break open a clam. The coral is littered with broken clam shells. The fish clearly uses this spot a …
  • Lycopene and prostate cancer: Objective Review 19 Jul 2019 21:33 Modern Ghana In the Naturopathic Urological community, especially prostate health, two of the most popular ingredients are probably lycopene and saw palmetto. Saw palmetto is a plant whose berries are frequently used to help manage symptoms of an enlarged prostate ( …
  • From soy to oat, plant-based milks are more popular than ever in Britain 19 Jul 2019 20:34 Independent A quarter of Britons are opting to use plant-based alternatives to milk, a new study has found. Global research company Mintel carried out research to determine whether or not plant-based milks are increasing in popularity in the UK. According to the study …
  • Weed Killer Chemical and Kids’ Cereals: Toxicity Experts Debate the Risk of Glyphosate 19 Jul 2019 20:20 New England Cable News Various oat-based products like cereals, trail mixes and snack bars tested positive over the past year for a chemical in a widely used weedkiller that is linked to cancer, according to the Environmental Working Group, an advocacy organization. While …
  • Maple Leaf Foods: Poised To Profit From The Plant-Based Protein Shift 19 Jul 2019 20:06 Seeking Alpha Beyond Meat, Inc. (BYND) went public this year and took the market by storm, going from its IPO price of $25 to its current level, at the time of this writing, of $169.22. Fast food companies and other restaurants are jumping all over the plant-based …
  • A Crisis of Social Reproduction in Venezuela: A Conversation with Alba Carosio 19 Jul 2019 19:36 Venezuela Analysis Alba Carosio is a longtime feminist writer and activist, and a member of La Araña Feminista [Venezuelan feminist network]. She is the Director of the “Revista Venezolana de Estudios de la Mujer” [a feminist academic journal], a researcher at the Centro de …
  • Stonehenge's Massive Megaliths May Have Been Moved into Place with Pig Lard 19 Jul 2019 19:21 LiveScience Ancient people may have moved some of the massive megaliths of Stonehenge into place by greasing giant sleds with pig lard, then sliding the giant stones on them across the landscape, a new study suggests. After re-analyzing ceramic pots that earlier …
  • Preserving the harvest 19 Jul 2019 16:02 Montreal Gazette “It is a thrill to possess shelves well stocked with home-canned food. In fact, you will find their inspection (often surreptitious), and the pleasure of serving the fruits of your labours, comparable only to a clear conscience or a very becoming hat.”  …
  • Kourtney Kardashian Is Not Having The Lunch Situation at Her Kids' Schools 19 Jul 2019 15:53 Yahoo! Voices From Women's Health Kourtney Kardashian just spoke out about trying to improve the food served at her children's school. In a Poosh blog post, she explained that she shared her "concerns" over the "unsettling" food with the …
  • Edinburgh Food Festival 2019: chefs, street food stalls, workshops and everything you need to know 19 Jul 2019 15:37 Scotsman Returning for its fifth edition, Edinburgh Food Festival will once again offer a taste of Scotland’s diverse larder, with a line-up of top-class chefs, food producers, street food stalls, workshops - and even a kilted yoga star. Taking place at Assembly …
  • Living without plastic: One family’s journey 19 Jul 2019 14:37 Los Angeles Times For the last two years, Jasper and Vjera Watts, along with their daughter Isla, 8, and son, James, 5, have been trying their best to live plastic-free. No matter where they go — from school and the office to the mall, airport or park — everyone travels …
  • Agricultural apps every farmer should have 19 Jul 2019 12:53 Standard Digital News Some of the apps used by farmers to make their work easier. [Courtesy]   Technology has been touted as the future of industries as it improves efficiency and solves problems. The agricultural sector has not been left behind in embracing the latest …
  • Where to Buy Organic Veggies 19 Jul 2019 11:05 Business Daily Friday, July 19, 2019 11:48 By COLLINS OMULO Fresh fruits at a market. Kenyans are looking to buy organic foods. PHOTO | FILE | NMG  In a city where most vegetables sold in groceries have harmful pesticide residues or are grown in unclean environments, …
  • Study finds veganism may harm young children 19 Jul 2019 10:05 The New Zeland Herald Veganism is booming among middle class families who claim it is a way to save the planet and boost their health at the same time. But nutritionists in the UK have now warned parents to think twice before putting their children on a vegan diet. The British …
  • Ottawa, Canada’s center of government, is Cool with a capital C 19 Jul 2019 09:40 Los Angeles Times From Bern, Switzerland, to Canberra, Australia, capital cities often get a bad rap. Although they are frequently museum- and gallery-rich, travelers routinely dismiss them as provincial, dull, squeaky-clean and overrun by bureaucrats and diplomats. Ottawa …
  • 'Short sleep, shorter life': Australia's deadly insomnia epidemic 19 Jul 2019 08:23 WA Today Things are so bad even politicians have noticed. In February, a House of Representatives committee established by health minister Greg Hunt held the Inquiry into Sleep Health Awareness in Australia. It travelled to four states, took testimony from more …
  • FOOD HYGIENE: Flo's Refill Shop, Oxford, gets five-star rating 19 Jul 2019 07:48 This is Oxfordshire A NEW community store is helping East Oxford residents ditch single-use plastic in favour of buying food and other household items unpackaged. Flo’s Refill Shop, which opened last month in Florence Park, sells everything from pasta, oats, and lentils to …
  • Garlic Extract Market 2019 - Globaly Market Size, Analysis, Share, Research, Business Growth and Forecast to 2025 | Research Reports World 19 Jul 2019 07:32 MarketWatch.com Jul 19, 2019 (The Expresswire) -- Garlic Extract Global Market 2019 presents detailed competitive analysis including the market Share, Size, Future scope. This study categorizes the global Health and Safety Products breakdown data by manufacturers, region, …
  • Global Curcumin Market growing at a healthy CAGR of 9.28% from 2018 to 2025 19 Jul 2019 06:46 MarketWatch.com Jul 19, 2019 (Aperture Games via COMTEX) -- Global Curcumin Market contains holistic business information and changing trends in the market, providing an in-depth study of Curcumin market. The report comprises segmentation, company profile, factors of …
  • Plant-based concept brings more burgers, fries, nuggets to DC 19 Jul 2019 06:16 WTOP The “fast food” restaurant, HipCityVeg, is opening its seventh location — and second D.C. outpost — just south of Dupont Circle on July 24. Diners can find burgers, fries, shakes and nuggets — and everything is plant-based. When Nicole Marquis moved home …
  • Qatar- Eating Green on the Go 19 Jul 2019 04:50 MENAFN (MENAFN - Gulf Times) Eating on the go is often inevitable. In our fast paced environment, food can sometimes be left to being the ‘unimportant' part of the day, and many of us who do snack during the daytime struggle to maintain healthy eating habits …
  • Qatar- Detox Diets: Digesting the Pros and Cons 19 Jul 2019 04:50 MENAFN (MENAFN - Gulf Times) By Sanah Thakur While our over worked brains are granted relaxing vacations, our equally exerting bodies lose out on the rewards. Show some gratitude to your organs by embarking on a detox diet and relieving them off the load. …
  • Stratford restaurant transforms steakhouse into sustainable produce market and butchery 19 Jul 2019 04:46 Beacon Herald What was once Bard's Steakhouse in downtown Stratford is now The Hub's Fine Food Market, complete with an adjoining butchery, expected to open later this summer. Galen Simmons/The Beacon Herald/Postmedia Network jpg, SF It all started with …
  • How sprint star is ‘beating the boys’ 19 Jul 2019 04:08 News.com.au There’s a rise in a new kind of athlete — those who are proving you can be a powerhouse on a plant-based diet, and pig out on your favourite foods during off season. They’re making the most of technology so they can track their performance day in, day out …
  • ‘Veggie burger’ bill wilts on closer examination 19 Jul 2019 02:42 Nashville Ledger VOL. 43 | NO. 29 | Friday, July 19, 2019 Tennessee legislators may have dodged a bullet. Mississippi legislators definitely did not. Maybe you’ve seen some of the resulting headlines lately. They’re intended to attract attention, and they do a good job. …
  • 48 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Friday, July 19 19 Jul 2019 02:28 Straight.com Looking for something to do on Friday? The Straight’s got you covered. Here are 48 events happening in or around Vancouver on Friday, July 19.   CONCERTS Olivia Jean American rockers the Raconteurs, featuring Jack White of White Stripes fame, play the …
  • Plant-based Probar meal bars recalled due to undeclared dairy and soy allergens 19 Jul 2019 02:28 Straight.com A brand of vegan, organic nutrition bars is recalling some specific products across Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced on July 12 that Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC), Probar LLC, PSC Natural Foods, and Purity Life Health Products are …
  • Roli Roti Butcher’s Sous Vide Salad Chicken and Bone Broth... 19 Jul 2019 00:58 SF Gate Roli Roti Butcher’s Sous Vide Salad Chicken and Bone Broth Now Available with Farm Fresh To You Butcher’s Salad Chicken and Bone Broths are now available for delivery alongside organic fruits and vegetables. SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) July 18, 2019 Roli Roti, …
  • Farms invite the public in for Open Farm Day July 28 19 Jul 2019 00:09 Camden Herald Tthe Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry presents Open Farm Day 2019 July 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Around 100 farms across the state will participate, offering tours, tastings, activities for children and more. For complete …
  • The Best Things to Eat in L.A. in 2019 18 Jul 2019 23:56 Los Angeles Our list of the best things to eat and drink in L.A. this year includes a perfectly executed everything bagel, a pop-up turned permanent space that takes ceviche to the next level, and a sake tasting bar that caters to experts and newbies alike. »Smash …
  • Saturn Café’s closure marks the end of Berkeley’s ‘old-school’ veg diner scene 18 Jul 2019 23:48 Berkeleyside After 10 years in Berkeley, Saturn Café has closed. Photo: Saturn CaféOn July 12, the Berkeley location of vegetarian diner, Saturn Café, closed. Its owners took to social media to announce the decision: “Saturn Cafe, Berkeley — what a wild ride it’s been. …
  • Tories let firms set their own salt limits causing heart disease and strokes for thousands 18 Jul 2019 23:42 Mirror Nearly 10,000 more people have suffered heart disease or a stroke because of a Tory decision to go soft on food manufacturers. Scientists have analysed the impact of allowing junk food firms to set their own targets to cut salt levels. Reductions of salt …

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