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GMO: Boon, Bust or Blight? (part 2 of 3)

August 13, 2014 // 0 Comments

Who Watches the Watchmen? Although GMO health concerns are the primary focus of the Biotech debate, the food safety of the United States has always been a controversial issue. Throughout his career, Bill Clinton asserted: “people should know that [...]

GMO: Boon, Bust or Blight?

July 29, 2014 // 0 Comments

GMO (part 1 of 3) by Matt Stranberg When people learn that I recently obtained my Masters in Nutrition, I am often bombarded with a variety of questions. These questions typically pertain to low carb diets, kale, gluten, paleo, or a new miracle [...]

“Paleo Mexican”: Call This What It Is

May 6, 2014 // 0 Comments

As a kid, I grew up in the inner-city jungle of San Antonio, Texas where my single mom Margarita spent her days hunting and foraging to make ends meet for her kids. After my parents’ divorce, we moved from my father’s “first-class, first world” [...]

Why I’m No Longer Vegetarian

April 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

Note: veg*n is a shortened version of “vegan/vegetarian” People often ask me about why I started eating meat again after 18 years of being vegetarian and how I dealt with the ethical issue of killing and eating animals.  So I did an entire podcast [...]

Eating Your Emotions part 2

March 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

A Look At Emotional Eating, part 2 by Aubin Parrish In part 1 of this piece, we learned about personal stories of emotional eating and its origins, things about our modern society that foster it, and some of its consequences.  This time, we’ll [...]

25 Things You Should Know About Sugar

February 21, 2014 // 0 Comments

An article from babble.com went viral in social media this week. The headline was simple enough, but the sub-headline and web address should win the most hysterical, outrageous exaggeration of the year award: ‘25 things about sugar that will terrify [...]

Eating Your Emotions

January 31, 2014 // 0 Comments

A Look At Emotional Eating, part 1 by Aubin Parrish Emotional eating is an experience shared by many.  It’s probably safe to say that most people have engaged at some point in what would be considered emotional eating, but there are many degrees [...]
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