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Top Ten Nutritional Myths, Distortions, and Lies That Will
Cholesterol in eggs does not cause heart disease. Saturated fat in red meat does not cause heart disease. Actually, they cure it. Studies below provide the proof.
Wheat in the world - B.C. Curtis - fao.org
Wheat in the world B.C. Curtis. The cultivation of wheat (Triticum spp.) reaches far back into history.Wheat was one of the first domesticated food crops and for 8 000 years has been the basic staple food of the major civilizations of Europe, West Asia and North Africa.
The Paleo Diet for Vegetarians - No Meat Athlete
Since the Paleo diet relies heavily on meat, a Paleo diet for vegetarians seems like a contradiction. Here's how to make the Paleo diet and vegetarianism work well together.
Hunza - The Truth, Myths, and Lies About the Health and Diet
Hunza. The Truth, Myths, and Lies About the Health and Diet of the "Long-Lived" People of Hunza, Pakistan, and Hunza Bread and Pie Recipes. Click here to read the "Medical Disclaimer."
This chart graphically details the %DV that a serving of Soy sauce provides for each of the nutrients of which it is a good, very good, or excellent source according to our Food Rating System.
Green Revolution: Impacts, limits, and the path ahead | PNAS
A detailed retrospective of the Green Revolution, its achievement and limits in terms of agricultural productivity improvement, and its broader impact at social, environmental, and economic levels is provided.
Milk - Wikipedia
In many cultures, especially in the West, humans continue to consume milk beyond infancy, using the milk of other mammals (especially cattle, goats and sheep) as a food product.
The Food Timeline: history notes--bread
Bread, beer & yeast The history of bread and cake starts with Neolithic cooks and marches through time according to ingredient availability, advances in technology, economic conditions, socio-cultural influences, legal rights (Medieval guilds), and evolving taste.
The Food Timeline: history notes-meat
Airline chicken Airline chicken can be several things, depending upon who you talk to. It can be a fancy cut, a special presentation, or a negative appelation directed at inflight foodservice.
Food and drink prohibitions - Wikipedia
Causes. Various religions forbid the consumption of certain types of food. For example, Judaism prescribes a strict set of rules, called Kashrut, regarding what may and may not be eaten, and notably forbidding the mixing of meat with dairy products.
The Curious Case of Campbell's Rats - Does Protein Deficiency
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The technology behind lab-cultured meat products is rapidly advancing. When we start seeing these kinds of products being sold right alongside their traditionally farmed cousins, we should look more at the contentious topic of the impact livestock farming has on the environment.
Last Word Archive | New Scientist
During the Winter Olympics, TV commentators said it is advantageous for ski jumpers to be light because they will travel further. But being light is seen as a disadvantage for slopestyle snowboarders.
Food Supply Under Strain on a Warming Planet - The New York Times
Jun 04, 2011 · Victor Valenzuela selects wheat plants for breeding at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Mexico. Credit Josh Haner/The New York Times
The Best Muscle-Building Supplements for Ectomorphs
The best weight-gain supplements for ectomorphs are creatine, whey protein, and maltodextrin. But there are 2 more that can help. Check out our guide here.
Should Humans Eat Meat? [Excerpt] - Scientific American
Should Humans Eat Meat? [Excerpt] What can and should be done about human carnivory? Vaclav Smil answers in this excerpt from his new book
Fruitarianism - No Meat Athlete - Plant-Based Diet for Fitness
An introduction to fruitarianism and the fruitarian diet, also known as 80/10/10.
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Against the Grain - The Weston A. Price Foundation
Sidebars. THE SYMPTOMS OF CELIAC. Celiac disease is characterized by a chronic inflammation of the small intestine driven by a multi-gene response to a specific chain of peptides (gliadin proteins) in modern wheat gluten, and in analogous protein chains in rye and barley.
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