Archive for February, 2008

AntiDepressant Drugs Don’t Make A Difference

Posted on February 27th, 2008 in antidepressant, depression, drugs, prescription drugs | 1 Comment »

In a story that's rocking the pharmaceutical world, a study published in PLoS Medicine, a respected medical journal, reports that antidepressant drugs made little difference in treatment when compared to a placebo.

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Largest Meat Recall in History, Much Already Consumed By Our Children

Posted on February 18th, 2008 in children, environment, fast food, fresh meat, mad cow disease, processed meat, recall, united nations, vegetarian diet | 1 Comment »

The largest meat recall in history, initiated by the USDA yesterday, covers over 143 million pounds of beef processed over the last 2 years by Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Company, based in Chino, CA.

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All Jacked Up: The Junk Food Movie Food Companies Don’t Want You To See

Posted on February 7th, 2008 in canned meats, childhood obesity, children, deli meats, diet, diet soda, diets, dvd, eating habits, fast food, hamburgers, junk food, monosodium glutamate, processed foods, processed meat, processed meats | 1 Comment »

I just learned about a new documentary film that exposes the truth behind the junk and processed food industry and the effect on our children. It's called 'All Jacked Up' and features interviews with both top health and nutrition experts as well as real teenagers as they share their traumatic experiences with living on junk food. Read the rest of this entry »

Pass on Meat and Soda To Avoid Heart Disease According to Study

Posted on February 4th, 2008 in animal foods, heart disease, heart health, high blood pressure, lifestyle, lose weight, organic foods, processed foods, processed meat | No Comments »

Heart DiseaseNot surprisingly, new research from the University of Minnesota show that consumption of red meat and soda significantly increase the risks of heart disease. Read the rest of this entry »