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A week of events in Quebec is aimed at reducing the amount food we throw out
At a recent roundtable hosted by the Guardian, experts from industry, research and academia discussed how to make the food system more sustainable. Here are 10 things we learned
Around the world food waste occurs at every step of the food chain. Globally, about 24% of food calories produced for people get wasted on the journey from farm to plate, and in the U.S. that percentage is even higher. But how that happens is very different depending on where you live, as this chart from the World Resources Institute shows:
I mean, the scalp is just skin, yes? So I’m thinking this may be the ticket:
“Stevia concentrate in the form of drops has also been used directly on sores or blemishes to promote healing. For this reason, some advocates of stevia use it on other skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, or minor cuts or wounds.”
In a new study, the chemical inhibited muscle activity in individual human heart cells, mice and minnows
It’s been said that God first separated the salt water from the fresh, made dry land, planted a garden, made animals and fish… all before making a human. God made and provided what we’d need before we were born. These foods are best and more powerful when eaten raw. God left us a great clue as to what foods help what part of our body!
You may be thinking that sea salt combined with soy sauce is overkill on the sodium, but I couldn’t resist adding just bit of the Asian Sea Salt made by McCormick, which is an inexpensive blend that combines sea salt, ginger, garlic, and sesame seeds.
A wonderful gluten free recipe!
It’s no secret that millions of tons of food are wasted every day, but solutions to this issue are few.
While consumer waste toolkits aim to educate individuals at the household level, some activists are putting pressure on grocery stores and businesses further up the food supply chain to change practices in order to reduce food waste.
As the US generates 35m tons of food waste yearly, biodigesters could be big business. Harvest Power hopes to crack the code
Technically this tutorial makes a lavender tincture or extract which is a little less potent than a pure essential oil.
Bad breath (officially known as halitosis, if it’s chronic) is a problem that can be caused by anything from an over-load of bacteria in your mouth, underlying dental problems, or just a stinky snack with foods like garlic or onions. But that mouthwash that you buy at the store…why is it electric green or bright purple anyways?
The trajectory of chemicals appearing as emergent threats to human or environmental health has been recently studied through a meta-analysis of 143,000 peer-reviewed research papers. The work tracks the progress of these chemicals of emerging concern, revealing patters of emergence from obscurity to peak concern and eventual decline, over a span of 30 years.
While many kids (and adults, too) might prefer to sleep with a light on, research shows that exposure to artificial light after the sun goes down can disrupt healthy body function and is associated with an increased risk for cancer. So turn off your computers, TVs, and nightlights for kids, and learn to embrace the nighttime darkness.
Growing food from kitchen waste all peelings & seeds can be planted & grown into perpetual food for free
Filmmakers Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer turn themselves into test subjects in this hugely entertaining study of America’s culture of excess.
Did you know that this past Thursday, October 16, was World Food Day? Yeah, I missed it, too… And while this may strike you as just another opportunity for people to share pictures of their meals, and promote their particular food ideology, the main idea behind it involves global food issues. This year’s theme, for instance, was “Family Farming: Feeding the world, caring for the earth.”
Disasters including storms, floods and heatwaves have increased fivefold since the 1970s, UN finds
Artificial light has transformed how the human race has lived in the past 100 years or so. It’s estimated that between 1950 and 2000, exposure to artificial light in the UK rose four-fold. Even for those not working night shifts, it can be almost impossible to avoid the night-time glare from street lamps, car lights, TVs, computers and smartphones.
No matter what seems to be ailing me, home always seems to have a way to help. And I bet I’m not alone.
Herbs and spices can make time spent cooking or baking in the kitchen a fun, creative and tasty experience. However, what you may not know is that these same herbs have numerous benefits unrelated to the taste or aroma of food. In fact, many have components within that make them beneficial to people’s health. These eight options are among the most beneficial in the kitchen.
On the Greek island of Ikaria, people forget to die.
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