Food for Thought
This week’s show is with Gunnar Lovelace, the CEO of the online shopping club Thrive Market. Like many listeners and readers, Gunnar is a productivity beast, sometimes working 18 hours a day leading one of the hottest health companies of 2015.
John and his family live on a 35-acre sustainable farm, where they cultivate new methods to raise wholesome foods. He’s a food rights advocate and educator, and he’s got a lot of shocking information about how our food culture changed– and how we can work to change it back!
It’s pretty obvious to most of us that alcoholic beverages aren’t a health drink. But, for many of us who live a healthy lifestyle, an occasional drink is just fine… if you know what’s in your bottle, can, or glass. The problem is that it’s really hard to tell. Find out what’s really in your favorite “adult” beverage…
In this post I am going to expose the truth behind 7 common food flavoring chemicals that are used in Folgers Caramel Flavors. The ingredients include: Propylene Glycol, Acesulfame Potassium, Sodium Benzoate and much more you will want to avoid!
The word is out – Jeb Bush has lost 30 pounds since December by adopting the controversial “Paleo Diet.” Sporting a fresh new, trimmer look, he’s looking more presidential than ever. Unfortunately he is doing it all wrong, here is why…
Eggs are a staple of the Wild and Paleo diets. Fried, scrambled, boiled and mixed into baked goods, these little protein powerhouses are incredibly versatile, healthy, and delicious… But is every egg created equal? Find out the difference between factory eggs and fresh eggs from local free-running chickens.
You’ve surely seen those colorful graphics in the top corners of cereal boxes and crackers, or stamped brightly onto containers of yogurt, juices, and sugar-free desserts. Let’s take a look at a few of them to see what goes into a nutritional seal of approval—aside from a pocketful of Food, INC. money.
Bacon has been shunned by the health community for the last half-decade as an artery-clogging, fat-building demon. But baby, bacon’s back. And by the sheer number of people who have jumped right on the bacon-wagon, it begs the question: Were they ever really off?