It didn’t take long for POM Wonderful LLC, makers of POM pomegranate products which last week were found to have committed false advertising when they exaggerated their product’s health benefits, to respond. However, instead of a humble response or repositioning, POM began what is by anyone’s standard a bold and misleading ad campaign to defend […]
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As someone who writes about greenwash fairly regularly, I wasn’t surprised bySkinny Girl cocktail’s misleading “natural ingredients” label or Taco Bell’s “meat taco filling” being only 36% meat. But even I was a bit saddened to learn that POM Wonderful, the makers of the pomegranate juice in the iconic hourglass-shaped bottles, has been found guilty […]
If you’re a regular reader here, chances are soda’s not your thing, and if you do enjoy a sodapop, moderation is the name of the game. But did you know that those fruit drinks on store shelves can actually contain more sugar than soda?
Thanks to everyone who entered our Tailored Juicing giveaway last week. We chose our two winners this morning with a random number generator, and they were…
Our pals at Tailored Juicing are giving away copies of their juicing system to two lucky Eat Drink Better readers! There’s still time to enter, so head on over to the giveaway to find out how!
Matt Cruz here. Today is an exciting day for you! Why? Well not only am I going talk about the benefits of juicing, but Eat Drink Better and I have teamed up to give away Tailored Juicing’s juicing system which is worth over $100. This is an exclusively giveaway for Eat Drink Better readers only, and we have two copies to give out. Ther’s more information about the giveaway at the end of the article. :)
Wait…a shrub you can drink? Wouldn’t the leaves and twigs be scratchy in your throat?
Dr. Bob Sandor of Lab Analytical Balance used a moisture analyzer to determine the water content of 100% juice (not drinks) from various fruits and vegetables, and he’s kindly shared the results in a handy infographic that shows the water, sugar, and calorie contents of different juices.
Hot apple cider is a great wintertime drink and goes perfectly with popcorn, cookies, or banana nut bread. The following recipes are good for making up to four quarts of apple cider and a loaf of banana nut bread to go with the cider.
A couple months ago, I wrote a story on arsenic in apple juice. This was the gist of it:
While the EPA limits arsenic in our drinking water to 10 parts per billion, recent tests have found the amount of arsenic in apple juice (Mott’s Apple Juice, in particular) to be 55 parts per billion — 5.5 times more than what the EPA will let us drink!
Spirulina was a staple food for me growing up. My mom gave it to me for an energy boost before soccer games, especially. So, it’s sort of a normal condiment for me. But, for most, it is still a rather foreign and mysterious food. This hit me recently when a friend mentioned it and was having trouble figuring out how to eat it. So, I thought I’d write up a quick post on ways I like to eat it.
Orange juice is just orange juice, right? That “100% juice, not made from concentrate,” Tropicana or Florida orange juice stuff, I mean. Well, no… I’ll give you a warning, though, if you love it and nothing’s going to make you stop drinking it anyway, you may not want to read on, ’cause this is gonna get nasty….
“Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead” is a documentary about a 310 lb man trying to get his health back through an unusual diet, while traveling 3000 miles.