Reliable Answers - News and Commentary

Food and Nutrition in the News

Edible News

After watching several documentaries about our food supply and learning just how deficient in nutrients the food we consume has become over the past 30-years, our family has decided to make some serious changes. We are buying organic, eating in season and buying locally. Our meat is grassfed, our bread in homebaked and I feel good about what my family is eating.

If you aren't aware of the danger genentically modified corn and soy products present to your families diet, continue reading. Find out the latest news and commentary on GMO food sources, eating and buying organic foods, nutritional news, food related health issues and much more.

[Submit a News Article]

      
 Title   Date   Author   Host 

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 22, 2012

Police in Ohio said they are searching for a man who stole $400 to $600 worth of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and chips from a gas station over several months.

Lorain police said the man has been coming to the Sunoco gas station on Oberlin Avenue during the past several months, usually after midnight, and running off with the candy and chips before clerks can contact police, the Lorain Morning Journal reported Thursday.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 21, 2012

Men who drink several cups of tea a day for decades have a higher risk of prostate cancer, researchers in Scotland say.

Dr. Kashif Shafique of the Institute of Health & Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow and colleagues found those who drank more than seven cups of tea per day for years had a 50 percent higher risk of developing prostate cancer compared with non-tea drinkers or those drinking less than four cups per day. "Most previous research has shown either no relationship with prostate cancer for black tea or some preventive effect of green tea," Shafique, the study leader, said in a statement. "We don't know whether tea itself is a risk factor or if tea drinkers are generally healthier and live to an older age when prostate cancer is more common anyway."

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 21, 2012

Pests are adapting to genetically modified crops in unexpected ways, U.S. researchers say, showing the importance of closely monitoring biotech crops.

To decrease the need for insecticides that can harm animals other than the target pests, cotton and corn have been genetically engineered to produce toxins derived from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, or Bt, which kill certain insect pests but are harmless to most other creatures including people. However, scientists say, initially rare genetic mutations that confer resistance to Bt toxins are becoming more common as a growing number of pest populations adapt to Bt crops.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 8, 2012

Children living in rural areas of the United States have fewer food allergies than children who live in urban areas, researchers found. Lead author Dr.

Lead author Dr. Ruchi Gupta - an assistant professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and a physician at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago - and colleagues said the study involved 38,465 children age 18 and under, a representative sample of U.S. households. The subjects' food allergies were mapped by ZIP code.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 8, 2012

U.S. and British researchers say a parasitic mite is responsible for a worldwide spread of a virus believed to cause the death of millions of honeybee colonies.

Research conducted in Hawaii by scientists from the University of Hawaii and Britain's Sheffield University showed how Varroa mites caused the so-called Deformed Wing Virus to increase its frequency among honeybee colonies from 10 percent to 100 percent. Varroa mites live on the surface of honeybees, feeding off their blood and reproducing on their developing brood.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 6, 2012

U.S. researchers found direct evidence that caffeine/coffee intake is associated with a reduced risk of dementia or its delayed onset.

Lead author Dr. Chuanhai Cao, a neuroscientist at the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy and the University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute and colleagues at the University of Miami said the collaborative study involved 124 people, ages 65-88, in Tampa, Fla., and Miami.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 1, 2012

A North Carolina blogger says the state violated his freedom of speech when it restricted what advice he could give on his diet blog.

Steve Cooksey, 50, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Charlotte this week, claiming the state of North Carolina violated his First Amendment rights to free speech by putting limits on what he can say on his blog, The Charlotte Observer reported. Cooksey started his blog, "Diabetes Warrior," to share his experience and offer advice on weight loss and keeping diabetes under control the way he did, by eating a low-carbohydrate, meat-and-vegetables diet. In January, the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition received a complaint that Cooksey was providing "nutrition care services" without a license.

The Bakersfield Californian

by Valerie Schultz

January 20, 2010

My oldest daughter surprised me by saying how much she enjoys using her slow cooker, which is a kitchen appliance I associate with my mother, who called it her crock pot.

So, it shouldn't have surprised me to come across a cookbook titled "Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook," by Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann, while I was browsing for a birthday present for her. There is actually a series of books offering hundreds of recipes for "Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker."

youtube.com

by VICE

June 12, 2014

39 months after the Fukushima meltdown...what is TEPCO doing to remedy the situation?

cnn.com

by Victoria Maizes

January 10, 2017

For many Girl Scout troops it is officially cookie season. I feel guilty saying no to the sweet, enthusiastic girls standing outside my grocery store who use their smiles and newly practiced sales pitches to ask how many boxes I'd like to order.

But as a physician who is passionate about health promotion, I politely tell the girls, "No, thanks." I am concerned that every bite and every sale not only delivers an unhealthy snack, but also a dangerous nutrition message. And I'm surprised that more doctors aren't speaking up about this.

      

Check Out These Fine Selections

[cshelp] - learn and discuss C#

Take me to the top

Your Ad Here?

Contact our Marketing department for information about advertising on this domain.


Take me to the top

We invite you
to visit:

Professional Web Hosting and Design Services: 12 Point Design Local Homeschool provides the most up-to-date support group listings in a geographical and searchable index Budget Homeschool Kidjacked -- To seize control of a child, by use of force SaferPC dispels security misunderstandings and provides you with a solid understanding of viruses and computer security Reliable Answers - developer information, current news, human interest and legislative news Twain Harte Photo Gallery - Twain Harte, CA - The closest you can get to Heaven on Earth Cranial Laser & Neurolymphatic Release Techniques (CLNRT) - Experience dramatic pain reduction At Summit Chiropractic our mission is to improve your quality of life - We know that health is much more than just not feeling pain Visit UniveralPreschool.com to learn about your preschool options. Dave's Quick Search Deskbar
Reliable Answers.com/kitchen/news.asp AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Google