The Trouble With Natural

Natural foods have been popular with consumers for a long time now, and both consumers and food businesses have been interested in their appeal. Seems natural enough – why not eat naturally and avoid unnatural (or added chemical) ingredients?
Problem is – there is not universal agreement on just what is a “natural food”. The term implies … Read More.

Book Review: Salt Sugar Fat

By Michael Moss
Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us
Reviewed by Ken Condliff
If you like to read mysteries, and great “who done it” stories, you will love the new book by Michael Moss. It reads like a research thriller, taking the reader through a nutritional crime scene. While some mysteries have unwilling victims – … Read More.

Palm Oils: Nutrition vs the Environment

Photo by Agus Andrianto for Center for International Forestry Research.
If you happened to read my book review in the Spring 2015 edition of the Green Living Journal, I cited the research from Michael Moore on Salt Sugar Fat. In the review I covered these three unhealthy ingredients that are added to almost all processed foods. However, … Read More.