I missed the free showing last night — and you probably did too — but I still wanted to mention the film “Food Patriots,” about a family’s decision to ratchet up its fresh-and-local food buying, to grow chickens, and to otherwise takes steps toward being part of the food solution.
So here was the headline from foodnavigator-USA: General Mills CEO: Cereal slowdown is industry's fault, and I thought, "At last, power speaks to truth!"
From Marion Nestle, a list of 10 dietary guidelines promulgated in Brazil and now open for public comments.
I've written op-eds on other subjects, but today's piece published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is my first following the line of my forthcoming book, "It Matters." I argue that nature is humankind's pre-eminent guide to survival and that following its lead not only solves our environmental problems, but many personal ones as well.
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I heard the news today, oh boy: The first op-ed I've done squarely on sustainable personal growth has been accepted for publication and will run Sunday in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Yes, I have a personal interest in the subject of this brief film. She's my niece, Sarah Prager. That's also why I'm the editor of Quist, her gay-history app. But it's very possible, IMO, that you will find independent interest or knowledge from watching.
I’ve visited this neighborhood before, but upon invitation from AB Sugar, I’m returning.
An article at FoodNavigator.com carries AB’s contention that it’s unfair to single out sugar as a leading culprit in the obesity crisis.