Interesting, if dry, article about how the bacteria in our bellies appears to affect our mental well-being, and how fermented food works with that thankfully prolific and hardy bacteria.
Has it started?
I don’t know how great the source of the article is, but it lends a little hope.
In the short term at least, countries are rejecting GMO food in a purely businesslike way. Rather than GMO being voted out by the people for being ‘wrong’ (and leaving themselves open to costly lawsuits, remembering that the big GMO corporations like to sue countries that make laws against the product), these countries are expressing concerns about the product’s long term safety and demand has dropped very quickly.
This is compelling reading. For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com. Compelling for me, because the money thing baffles me. I have never understood the perpetual grasping for money that seems to accompany the lives of people who have enough of it already.
Although this flashcard-style article is based on the poisons that the U.S. is consuming in the name of Profit, it could make you wonder how much we in the E.U. and U.K. are still swallowing.
It is my pleasure to present to you my latest offering in graffiti-ing someone else’s blog – this time it is Amy Durrant’s The Caffeinated Wordsmith.
Of course it is. Anything which tastes divine may have its flip side, but food (and any other vice) should be taken moderately. A moderate path is a safe and healthy path. Even The Guardian says so.
Bear in mind that when margarine is manufactured, before they put the colour in, it’s grey. I’ve said this before on here. Who wants to eat grey food?