Hybridization vs. GMO - they’re two very different manipulations of seeds which produce an alternate variety in a crop. I’ve enjoyed many debates of these two definitions. What’s your take? ... See MoreSee Less
Step aside, Red Delicious, Gala and Pink Lady -- after 22 years of perfecting, a new apple called the Cosmic Crisp has hit the market, advertised by its Canadian creator as crispier, juicier and longer-lasting than any other apple on the market.
Sports & Health Long-lost culinary delight November 13, 2019November 13, 2019 News Review Media 23 Views 0 Comments By Shana Daniel, RHN There I was, ravenous after a strenuous, yet satisfying yoga class and perusing the hot table at my local Whole Foods when I came across (what I could have sworn...
I love this! I have never advocated for the extinction of red meat nor will I. What this new research implies subliminally is that we should really be examining and questioning ALL of the mainstream advice which hits the media regarding the latest fad or food which is trending. It once again identifies that we flock together to abort or entwine ourselves around the newest hot topic. My opinion? This is just the segue in looking at HOW our meat is raised, how we consume it and the nutritional benefits behind it. Amidst the conventional, organic and grass fed varieties, there needs to be more information made available for consumers who want to make the right choice for their bodies and families. Being a Holistic Nutritionist doesn’t mean converting clients to vegetarianism or veganism.It’s about educating the facts on food science and how certain foods digest on an individualistic level. To be cont’d .. (I am most certain of it!) ... See MoreSee Less
Eating red meat is linked to cancer and heart disease, but are the risks big enough to give up burgers and steak? A team of international researchers, including the co-author from McMaster University in Hamilton, says probably not.