Some people are aware that plastic containers leach endocrine-disrupting compounds into food and water.Given that the term “endocrine-disrupting” is thrown around a lot, it’s important you understand what this means.
Our society has a fear of fungi, there is no doubting that. We've been told they can kill us if we ingest the wrong species (which is true). So, we avoid culinary interaction with all wild species because some are poisonous.
Pictured is one of the plants that provided our morning meal of common blackberry (Rubus allegheniensis) fruits. These fruits are delicious, sweet, crunchy (yes, crunchy, read on), and extremely nourishing.
I’m sure you’ve noticed that many family restaurants offer special kids meals. These menu items usually contain smaller portions at a significantly reduced price and frequently offer foods that are easier for young children to manage (i.e., manipulate).
This article is a result of recent discussions with a number of people who practice the Paleo Diet. For the record, these discussions were polite and the dialogue centered on pursuit of evidence and application of logical actions in the diet.
I came across your article entitled “Why Grains Are Unhealthy” that was published on the Huffington Post (shared on Primal Docs). For those of you that missed it, it is posted here. It is a nice article that presents some important information many are unaware of.
A recent article in The New York Times (by the same title as this one) discussed changes in modern produce and presented evidence that our supermarket fruits and vegetables are not as nutrient dense as their wild progenitors.