Archive for the ‘Food Pyschology’ Category

Brooklyn Goes Too Far with Blue Cheese and Sprinkles Dish

Monday, September 12th, 2016

At what point do daring food creations become truly risky? It seems possible for a silly dish to go too far and end up insulting the customers or embarrassing the chef. At an otherwise artisan restaurant in Brooklyn called Faun, a new cheese plate comes topped with sprinkles, and it’s as ridiculous as it sounds. […]

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The True Expense of Organic Farming

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Nowadays, we are all hearing about the different benefits of organic farming and the fact that foods are now being cultivated without pesticides and herbicides. This is definitely something that is beneficial to the general public, but there are some real costs to buying and even growing organic foods. Organic farmers have a tendency to […]

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Nestle refuses to move water bottling plants out of California

Friday, May 15th, 2015

During a recent interview Nestle CEO Tim Brown stated he would not be moving his company’s controversial water bottling plant out of drought ridden California, SCPR reports. The controversy over the bottling of municipal water in the state has become a major topic of conversation as increasing numbers of consumers and politicians call on bottled […]

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Bulletproof Coffee is Unlike Any Other Drink on the Market

Monday, May 11th, 2015

You have probably never thought of adding butter to your morning coffee brew, but biohacker Dave Asprey has created a massive health movement, doing just that. Asprey calls his yummy concoction Bulletproof coffee, a drink inspired by a trip he took to Nepal and Tibet in 2004. While learning how to mediate deep within the […]

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Fructose Linked to High Calorie Cravings

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

According to research, the consumption of fructose leads to cravings for high calorie foods. An experiment that was done with 24 healthy volunteers found that fructose, as compared to glucose, yielded a higher amount of activity in the reward regions of the brain, as well as heightened responses to images of food and a proclivity […]

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A Cup a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Coffee and coffee-like drinks have gotten a bad rap. It was thought that a high caffeine diet can lead to problems such as: depression, anxiety, nervous jitters, and can even cause heart problems further down the road. For patients who naturally suffer with some of these ailments, coffee and caffeine can exacerbate the problems. This […]

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Cooking Class

Friday, May 1st, 2015

One of the ways to get people a job or to help them become self sufficient is to teach them how to cook. Walden points that out as a pretty big deal. There is a group in Washington, D.C. that is trying to teach people the essentials of cooking. The classes take place in a […]

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What Food Cravings Really Mean

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

If you have frequent cravings for French fries or cheese this might be a sign that you actually are missing vital nutrients in your diet. Everyone gets hungry, but there is a major difference between feeling hungry or craving a certain food item. Most of the time a severe craving that you experience frequently means […]

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