Bay Area startup, Imperfect Produce, saw the ugly veggies we throw away as absurd waste and created a business model around it.
In a recent talk, China Study Author Dr. T. Colin Campbell discussed the strong correlations between too much protein and cancer.
A growing body of science seems to indicate that not only is there such a thing as too much protein, but that the health effects are showing up everywhere – from cancer to heart disease to diabetes to obesity and much more.
At a recent Vegetarian Society of Hawaii event, the author of The China Study – Dr. T. Colin Campbell – explained the dangerous disconnect between food and medicine.
We cover the fights over consumers’ right to know (GMO labeling laws) quite a bit, here at Eat Drink Better. I live in Hawaii, where one of the most contentious [ … ]
Her mission is to share knowledge of the medicinal qualities of foods and herbs that create the foundation for a healthy, fulfilled life. Recently, we sat down with Jessica Quinn, Certified Nutritional Therapist, to talk about food, her clientele, changes in food culture, and common sense approaches to holistic health.
Tired of actually eating your vegetables to get your five a day? Jelly Belly has you covered.
Are you the kind of person that enjoys a bit of good, friendly competition? Do you rub it in when you destroy your friends at Scrabble? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. Competition is human nature. But have you ever wished you could put all that food knowledge you have to work (and then rub it in when you whoop your friends at it)?
Vegan Earth Day presents a new tradition that celebrates the link between veganism and a healthy environment.
Oatmeal has gotten a bad rap. Kids (and adults) may view it as a health food with all the flavor of drywall. There are a lot of ways to get [ … ]
Sea vegetables offer nutrients from the sea that are more sustainable than our fisheries.
Just like many other social phenomena that are good for the environment, the exploding trend of people growing their own chickens in the backyard has its naysayers. Naysayers come in [ … ]
Where does municipal compost go?