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  1. GMO foods are such an embedded part of our food system these days, but it’s not difficult to think back to a time when food was simpler and healthier. How did we get to the point that genetically modified organisms infiltrate so much of what we eat? In a recent issue of Rosebud Magazine, GMO expert GL Woolsey took a look at the history of GMOs.

  2. Junk foods are easier to eat because they have a flavor that kids respond to, and most junk food is carb based. Children are literally wired to eat carbs. Seriously, they seek out foods that are sweet from a biological perspective because it gives them energy and a super long long long time ago, it helped prevent them from putting poisons in ...

  3. Mar 13, 2019 · This is the third installment of the Organic 101 series that explores different aspects of the USDA organic regulations. Amidst nutrition facts, ingredients lists, and dietary claims on food packages, “organic” might appear as one more piece of information to decipher when shopping for foods. So understanding what “organic” really means can help shoppers make informed choices during ...

  4. Nov 30, 2018 · Corn is one of the most genetically modified crops in the world. In fact, 92% of the crop grown in the US in 2016 was genetically modified (GMO) ().Corn crops are modified to increase yield and ...

  5. A good book I read this year is Real Food/Fake Food by Larry Olmsted, never buy farm raised fish from overseas, especially shrimp! Marion Nestle, Ph.D, M.P.H., has written several very good books on food warning the consumer about the foods they are offered in today’s world.

  6. 1- Do NOT drink water within 30 minutes of eating (before or after you eat) 2- Completely STOP chewing gum (it makes you swallow air) 3- Digestive Enzymes Now, it's okay to have a sip of water to take mediation, etc. but do not drink a lo with food as it dilutes the natural digesting enzymes in your stomach.

  7. May 28, 2022 · Some blood building foods are less appetizing than others, and though they are food, they are generally taken as a supplement rather then simply eaten as a meal. These include foods like animal liver, brewer’s yeast, bone marrow soup, and black strap molasses. Colostrum, the milk produced in mammals during the late stages of pregnancy, is ...

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