According to a recent report from the Environmental Working Group, here in the U.S. we eat an average of 193 pounds of GMOs each year, and a typical American adult weighs 179 pounds. So, what can we do about it?
Americans are also drinking a lot more energy drinks and sports drinks, but soda is still America’s most popular drink.
China now consumes more than 25 percent of the meat eaten worldwide.
On April 20, 2012 Vermont’s GMO Right to Know Act passed out of committee. The bill would require labels on GE foods on store shelves and passed 9-1 in favor. [ … ]
Food waste here in the U.S. has increased by almost 50% per capita since 1974. According to the NIH: Food waste contributes to excess consumption of freshwater and fossil fuels [ … ]
New research shows that the U.S. may have hit “peak meat” in 2007. Since then, meat production has been on a steady decline.
Seattle is planning a public park that will double as an urban fruit forest. Anyone who wants will be able to pick fresh fruit from the trees there.
As of this month, over 194 million people are suffering through droughts worldwide.
On February 9, 2012, Trader Joe’s signed on to support better wages and working conditions for Florida tomato workers.
Have you been avoiding tomatoes from Trader Joe’s?
Miso has many health benefits, but did you know that this fermented food can help promote healthy digestion?
Orthorexia is an eating disorder first identified in 1997 that describes a pathological obsession with healthy eating, to the point where it disrupts a person’s daily life and damages their health.
A new study predicts that wheat yields will fall by as much as 30 percent by 2050 because of climate change.
When it comes to maintaining a healthy weight, how much you eat matters more than what you eat.