Yearly Archives: 2011

Is Junk Food Really Cheaper?

Thanks to Will Bettmann for sending along this thought provoking op-ed piece by Mark Bittman for the New York Times: THE “fact” that junk food is cheaper than real food has become a reflexive part of how we explain why so many Americans are overweight, particularly those with lower incomes. I frequently read confident statements […]

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Dr. Paul Kouchakoff “The Influence of Food Cooking on the Blood Formula of Man”

According to Dr. Paul Kouchakoff (Suisse), M.D. Nobel Prize Nominee “The Influence of Food Cooking on the Blood Formula of Man of the Institute of Clinical Chemistry, Lausanne, Switzerland, Proceedings: First International Congress of Microbiology, Paris 1930. “After every dose of food, we also observe a general augmentation of white corpuscles, and a change in the […]

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10 Keys to the Mindset of a Successful Entrepreneur

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It is Critical for an entrepreneur or anyone seeking success to continuously work on your Mindset. All human beings are born with gifts and talents that are unique to them. All of us have something that we can share with the world that would give us all of the success we desire. What minimizes our […]

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Salad Awareness Day July 9th, 2011

Why do we need a Salad Awareness Day? Have you had your salad today? Eating salad almost every day may be one of the most healthy eating habits you can adopt – and one of the simplest, experts say. Eating salads is a super-convenient way to work in a couple of servings of vegetables and/or […]

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GARLIC and CANCER

If you are deciding whether or not to pass the garlic tonight at dinner, this may help you decide to add it more regularly to your diet. Used since ancient times for both culinary and medicinal purposes, garlic is a relative of the onion and the leek. It has four edible components: the root bulb, […]

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