Archive for the ‘In Your Food’ Category

Purina For the Bright-Eyed & Bushy-Tailed Pets

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

What keeps our pets bright-eyed and bushy-tailed? Purina and Love! Purina blends the right foods that keep our pets nutritionally fit and we ensure they receive all the love they need. According to the Purina news coverage on Newscenter and their 400 scientists and nutritionists, our pets are getting the right amount of nutrition, protein, […]

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French Environmental Minister Calls For France To Quit Purchasing Nutella

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Nutella is a delicious concoction of chocolate and hazelnuts that is popular world-wide. Unfortunately they are getting some serious negative publicity as the French ecology minister, Ségolène Royal, has called for people to stop purchasing Nutella until they change their recipe. Nutella uses unsustainable palm oil in massive quantities. They, among many other companies, are […]

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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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No GMOs for Chipotle

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

Effective immediately, all the food served at Chipotle restaurants will be free of genetically modified ingredients. The restaurant chain had been voluntarily labeling items that contained GMOs, but it took years to carry out the goal of serving a completely GMO-free menu. Suppliers had to grow the proper crops, and  it was necessary to swap […]

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Monsanto Wants Retraction to Herbicide Report

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

Monsanto is not happy that an ingredient in the popular herbicide product has been publicly outed as a cancer-causer. Monsanto is demanding a retraction from the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) regarding the statement they made in a public report linking an ingredient used in Roundup to cancer. Roundup is […]

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Unwanted Risks

Monday, March 16th, 2015

With the fast-paced lives everyone is living, it is not hard to understand why there is concern about the proper preparation of food. More times than not, US food safety laws are not followed, which can lead to serious food-borne illnesses. When food is not prepared properly or kept at the correct temperature, bacteria can […]

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McDonald’s Bans Antibiotics

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

This week, McDonald’s decided to ban any antibiotics that are also used for humans in all of its chickens after new research revealed that antibiotics in meat may contribute to the spread of “superbugs” that resist antibiotics, as well as human physical resistance to some antibiotics. The news is a huge blow to antibiotics manufacturers […]

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McDonald’s to Phase Out Antibiotic Usage in Chicken

Friday, March 6th, 2015

The biggest purchaser of chicken has stated they will be phasing out the usage of certain antibiotics in the chickens they purchase. That United States chicken purchaser is McDonald’s and they have finally taken heed to what their customers have been asking them for; antibiotic-free chicken. Chipotle’s restaurant chain is the what got McDonald’s headed […]

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Improve Heart Health with Peanuts

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

While peanuts and other nuts often get bad press due to allergies, new research indicates that eating peanuts could help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and death. Although earlier studies had been conducted, they looked mostly at people who were in higher economic strata and of European descent. The new study greatly expanded the […]

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Nestle Chocolate Is Going Natural In 2015

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

The famous chocolate and candy company is looking to reform its ways by the end of 2015 and it will do so by stopping the use of artificial ingredients in their products. According to an article found on and written by Eater.com, over 250 products from the Nestle company will no longer be using those […]

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