Once, during Prohibition, I was forced to live for days on nothing but food and water - W. C. Fields
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The meat industry is one of the top contributors to climate change, directly and indirectly producing about 14.5 percent of the world’s anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, and global meat consumption is on the rise. People generally like eating meat—when poor people start making more money, they almost invariably start buying more meat. As the population grows and eats more animal products, the consequences for climate change, pollution, and land use could be catastrophic.
Attempts to reduce meat consumption usually focus on baby steps—Meatless Monday and “vegan before 6,” passable fake chicken, and in vitro burgers. If the world is going to eat less meat, it’s going…
Let’s try a middle path. We’re not all going to become vegetarians, but most of us can stop giving our money to factory farms—the biggest and worst offenders, from a pollution and public health perspective. We can eat less meat than we currently do, especially meat from methane-releasing ruminants (cattle, sheep, goats, etc.).
I’m a mom, I write cookbooks, and host a weekly cooking show here on Facebook on Tuesdays at 4pm PT! I provide recipes that are grain-free, refined sugar-free, and lactose-free. Perfect for Paleo, Whole30, Gluten-Free, SCD, and GAPS.
Why Guilty Kitchen? Because, as a young mother, it's important to me to be a healthy role model to my child. I try to eat healthy, but gawd do I love food. Good food. Food that has butter, and cream, and sugar, and fat and loads of calories. Yes, that food. It makes me feel guilty.
Because healthy should still be delicious. A site from Bon Appétit.
Critical examinations of studies and news on food, weight, health and healthcare that mainstream media misses. Debunks popular myths, explains science and exposes fraud that affects your health. Plus some fun food for thought. For readers not afraid to question and think critically to get to the truth.
Performance Kitchen provides a range of Mediterranean diet-inspired global flavors that will keep you fueled and satisfied whenever you need it during your busy day.
I practice medicine, cook and wax prolific in New York City.
Looking out for her health and your appetite, blogger and chef extraordinaire Sonia makes it impossible to leave her site without jotting down a recipe. Eating for heart health and general wellness has never been so delicious, and Sonia’s photographs and convenient categorized menu make finding the perfect recipe a cinch...Heathline
What's on your plate from NPR.
The inspiration for AromaCookery came from aromatherapy. I started thinking about how incomplete our experience of food would be without its wonderful aromas, and decided to write about my own aroma-food-therapy experiences.
Going raw has helped me–as it will anyone–arrest the post-40 slide into weight gain, flab, and the various other cumulative effects of poor dietary choices. What’s more, it has countered the grave consequences of surgical trauma, general anesthesia, and pain–the legacy of my former identity as a “cripple.” This raw food lifestyle, along with carrying me through personal challenges, has also brought my health and looks to an all-time best. This way of life opened a new chapter in my life.
This is where I share my love of food, staying fit, and living a healthy life. While I try to pack the most nutrients possible into each meal, I have a number of favorites that are not necessarily “healthy,” but are still delicious and fun to eat. If eaten in moderation, I believe that the “bad” foods can be part of a well-balanced diet.
My name is Susan, and I'm a vegan--in other words, I don't eat or wear anything that's made of or by animals. I went vegetarian in 1988 because I didn't want to eat animals. Then, about 6 years later, I eliminated all animal products from my life, learned how to cook without added fat, and lost over 100 pounds.
This is my little corner of the internet, where I get to embrace and share all of my favorite things: food, writing, photography, travel, wellness, education, art, culture and community. Oh and cats, how could I forget, kitty cats.
Encouraging, educating, and inspiring thousands daily...won't you join in on the revolution?
Serving up health and fitness insights (daily, of course) with a side of irreverence.
Eating flexitarian for healthiness because we're done with carrots.
I'm medical doctor by qualification, a freelance writer by occupation and a passionate cook. I love to spend all my free time in the kitchen. I love cooking for my family and friends. And there's always a little more food than what the two of us would eat to accomodate any friends who drop by.
Shopping, eating and sleeping are three of my favorite things, and chances are if you’re reading this blog, they’re some of yours, too. ShopEatSleep will strive to bring you news, profiles and reviews of retail, dining and hospitality companies, as well as personal picks from yours truly, Maya Meinert.
I really believe that the readily available processed food is a part of the obesity problem here in the US.
Hi there, my name is Heidi Swanson. 101 Cookbooks is my recipe journal. It's where I write about the recipes that intersect my life, travels, and everyday interests. Often the recipes are from my cookbook collection, sometimes not - they might come from a friend, or I might write about a recipe I created myself.
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