I have been enjoying Siggi's yogurts of late. High protein, low sugar, that lovely real yogurt sourness. I don't think I can ever go back to 'regular' yogurt again. I needed a quick lunch, the local store was out of Siggi's, so I picked up a Chobani. 1/3 more sugar. Holy hell. That's a lot of sweet. And Chobani is lower than many others.
I just cannot do the whole 'sugar as cheap filler' foods anymore.
Mayle had a HUGE cultural impact in America, too. How we eat out, what we expect of eating out, increase in the drinking of wines ... a brief spike in Pernod sales ... and what we expect out of our summer breaks, too. I am frankly surprised that the media isn't talking about this more.
We need a Marshall Plan for Puerto Rico the same way we had a Marshall Plan for the European countries after World War Two. We didn’t ask them to pay the money they owed to Washington or London. We basically said, “That money will be forgiven and then Europeans, you can build your country. You can rebuild back again without that burden.” Puerto Rico needs nothing less than that.
It's macabre, but someone needs to put up a needless-death counter on the internet for Puerto Rico. They're caught in a dystopian zombie reality, and noone in the Federal Government seems to give much of a damn.
I was stunned when TJ's came to Santa Fe. Not the store itself, but that tomatoes from The Netherlands were cheaper and better than American varieties. I pondered about the shipping costs, the overall environmental impact ... because they must be air-freighted.
When you look at these overseas facilities, they make American agriculture look positively medieval.
The group’s overall accuracy was far superior to what could be expected from random chance. [BUT ...] The competitors′ performances on each individual glass rarely matched these headline averages.
But were they good?
"These show that Monsanto has deliberately been stopping studies that look bad for them, ghostwriting literature and engaging in a whole host of corporate malfeasance. They [Monsanto] have been telling everybody that these products are safe because regulators have said they are safe, but it turns out that Monsanto has been in bed with U.S. regulators while misleading European regulators."
But I did! When I worked in the art-deco Chanin Building (catty-corner from the Chrysler building) in the mid-80's, the Automat was just a short walk down 42nd. The food I got there was unremarkable, but certainly affordable. It was not a place I frequented; far past its prime. They had some great cookies, though. Closed in 1991.
... TAML activators work much like the enzymes in our bodies do, speeding up chemical reactions. In combination with the hydrogen peroxide, the TAML activators cause the BPA in pH-neutral water – the typical pH of wastewater – to assemble into larger clumps called oligomers within 30 minutes. These clumps aren’t harmful, and can be easily filtered out of the water.
Of note, the interaction between diet and SES on CVD health outcomes was found both for cultural (education) and financial resources (income), likely indicating that healthier choices are driven either by a good set of knowledge and skills or greater financial resources.
You have to know how to read, care about ingredients, to be successful with the diet. I'm not really surprised. Look up "The French Fry Diet."