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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Food'

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Why Drinking Water All Day Long Is Not the Best Way to Stay Hydrated 

 

Water is cheap and healthy. And drinking H2O is an effective way for most people to stay hydrated. The National Academy of Medicine recommends that adult women and men drink at least 91 and 125 ounces of water a day, respectively. (For context, one gallon is 128 fluid ounces.) But pounding large quantities of water morning, noon and night may not be the best or most efficient way to meet the body’s hydration requirements.

“If you’re drinking water and then, within two hours, your urine output is really high and [your urine] is clear, that means the water is not staying in well,” says David Nieman, a professor of public health at Appalachian State University and director of the Human Performance Lab at the North Carolina Research Campus. Nieman says plain water has a tendency to slip right through the human digestive system when not accompanied by food or nutrients. This is especially true when people drink large volumes of water on an empty stomach. “There’s no virtue to that kind of consumption,” he says.

Time

Tags: Awareness, Food, Health, Hydration, Perception, Science, Water

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09-Aug-2019


Popeyes Launches Fried Chicken Sandwich by Teaming Up With Restaurant That Ripped Them Off 

 

Two years ago, a small Southern-themed restaurant in Long Beach, California became a national media fixation when the owner got busted for reheating Popeyes fried chicken tenders and serving them to customers as part of a “chicken and waffles” special without disclosing the origin of that first ingredient. And now, in a bizarre but marketing-savvy twist, Popeyes is teaming up with the #popeyesgate restaurant — Sweet Dixie Kitchen — to help launch a new product.

Eater

Tags: Advertising, Celebration, Food, Restaurant, Taste

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08-Aug-2019


It's Time to Stop Commenting on Your Coworker's Lunch 

 

"Before you comment on someone’s food, ask yourself why you feel compelled to do so," says Caplan. "Much like commenting on someone’s appearance, food comments may be rooted in fat-phobia, or a diet mentality. Food is one part of the big picture that is health, and we should all have body autonomy in choosing what to eat based on our likes, resources, values, and preferences."

Good Housekeeping

Tags: Abuse, Employment, Etiquette, Food, Health, Interference, Judgment, Mental Health, Opinion, Preference, Self Interest, Support, Team Building, Treatment

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08-Aug-2019


Aspartame Still Hasn’t Been Proven Safe to Eat, Say Scientists 

 

Too much sugar is bad for your health — but the world’s most popular alternative might not be any better.

For decades, experts have questioned the safety of artificial sweetener aspartame — also known as NutraSweet — with some studies concluding that the sugar substitute can cause a host of health problems, from brain damage to cancer.

To put the issue to rest, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) conducted a closed-door review of available aspartame studies in 2013 and found it to be safe — but according to new research, that’s only because they threw out all the studies claiming otherwise.

Futurism

Tags: Diet, Drink, Fake Food, Food, Health, Recall, Safety, Study, Substitute, Warning

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30-Jul-2019


Consumer Reports finds potentially deadly bacteria in pre-washed greens 

 

A new report out Friday reveals some leafy greens recently sold at supermarkets were contaminated with a potentially deadly bacteria. Consumer Reports says it tested nearly 284 samples of fresh greens like lettuce, spinach and kale and found six of those samples tainted with listeria.

Consumer Reports says the six contaminated samples included both pre-washed and unbagged greens sold at retailers in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York in June, including Acme, Costco, Hannaford, and Whole Foods. All of the retailers stress that food safety is a top priority, and public health officials have not reported any illnesses or concerns following their own inspections.

Consumer Reports notes their study is not large enough to draw any conclusions about a specific brand or retailer, but rather is a "snapshot" intended to highlight that more needs to be done to ensure safety.

CBS News

Tags: Chemicals, Disease, Food, Safety, Study, Warning

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29-Jul-2019


Cory Booker: A handful of companies make most of our food. We need to end big food mergers 

 

We must restore competition to the marketplace so our farmers and ranchers can once again have the opportunity to share in the prosperity that open, transparent and fair markets provide. And that means that Congress must pass comprehensive legislation ensuring our antitrust laws are tailored to today's markets, and federal agencies must once again aggressively enforce our existing antitrust laws.

CNN

Tags: $, Business, Competition, Environment, Exclusivity, Food, History, Leaders, Policy, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Product, Protections, Responsibility, Survival

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25-Jul-2019


WHAT IS EEE VIRUS? MOSQUITOES CARRYING DEADLY VIRUS FOUND IN NEW YORK AND MASSACHUSETTS 

 

Health officials have confirmed the potentially life-threatening Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus has been found in mosquitoes in both New York and Massachusetts.

New York's Oswego County Health Department said on Tuesday that two mosquitoes taken from a field station at Toad Harbor Swamp in West Monroe tested positive for the EEE virus, Sycaruse.com reported.

On Tuesday, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health revealed EEE-carrying mosquitoes were identified for the first time this summer in mid-July, The Boston Globe reported. The bugs were found in the towns of Easton, Freetown, and Fairhaven, as well as the city of New Bedford.

Oswego County Public Health Director Jiancheng Huang told CNY Central: "We are working closely with state Department of Health to monitor mosquito activity around the county and will take actions as deemed appropriate based on consultations with state and regional partners."

Newsweek

Salmonella outbreak tied to pig-ear dog treats expands to 27 states

Cases of Flesh-Eating Bacteria Are on the Rise as Summer Heats Up: Here's How to Stay Safe

Tags: Animals, Contagion, Contamination, Disease, Environment, Food, Health, Illness, Insects, Nature, Pests, Terraforming, Warning, Water

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24-Jul-2019


An ice cream recall -- NOW? Canadian dairy issues warning amid heat wave 

 

Don't have a meltdown over this -- but there's now a recall of ice cream during this crazy heat wave.

CNN

Tags: Contamination, Food, Health, Recall, Safety, Video, Warning

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21-Jul-2019


Pennsylvania school district tells parents to pay their lunch debt, or their kids will go into foster care 

 

The Wyoming Valley West School District in Pennsylvania sent out hundreds of letters this week telling parents who had lunch debt to pay or their children could go into foster care.

The letter, which was reviewed by CNN, told parents that there have been "multiple letters sent home with your child" and that no payments had been made.

"Your child has been sent to school every day without money and without a breakfast and/or lunch," the letter read. It also said failure to provide children with food could result in parents being sent to Dependency Court.

"If you are taken to Dependency court, the result may be your child being removed from your home and placed in foster care," the letter read.

CNN

Tags: $, All Rights, Children, Education, Food, Hostility, Parental Burden, Policy, Superiority, Threat, Treatment, Warning

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21-Jul-2019


Nearly 90 Hummus Products Are Being Recalled Over Listeria Concerns—Here’s What You Should Know 

 

Hummus manufacturing giant Pita Pal Foods, LP just issued a voluntary recall of 87 types of hummus products over concerns of listeria contamination, reports the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The products were flagged as potentially dangerous during an FDA inspection at the company’s Houston, Texas-based manufacturing facility. They were distributed nationwide in the United States and the United Arab Emirates.

Hummus brands affected include Lantana, Fresh Thyme, Harris Teeter, and 7-Select, but we’ve included the full list below. The majority of the products being recalled have “best by" dates between July 21, 2019 and August 30, 2019, but a few have them from November or December 2019.

Real Simple

Parents eye water supply after 7 cancer cases...

Tags: Chemicals, Children, Community, Contamination, Disease, Food, Health, Recall, Safety, Water

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19-Jul-2019


A YouTuber could face criminal charges after a picture he posted of a handwritten in-flight menu on Indonesia's flagship airline went viral 

 

A YouTuber could face criminal charges after his photo of a handwritten menu from his flight on Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia's flagship airline, was mocked online.

Rius Vernandes, who has 121,000 followers on Instagram and 500,000 subscribers on YouTube and often reviews flights, shared the image of the menu on his business-class flight on Saturday with the caption "The menu is still being printed sir," The Guardian reported.

The menu, written on a white piece of paper, showed options including beef steak and crème brûlée.

Business Insider

Tags: $, Backlash, Bullying, Business, Court, Employment, Food, Protections, Social Media, Travel, Treatment, World

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18-Jul-2019


This Common Grilling Mistake Could Make You Very Sick—Luckily, There's An Easy Fix 

 

Eager cooks can find myriad reasons to make dinner on the grill every night of the week in peak grilling season: From chicken and steak to pizza, potatoes, bread, even dessert, there isn’t much that isn’t delicious after a spin over charcoal or the flames of a gas grill.

However, one thing no one wants to take away from their smoky piece of perfectly-grilled fish is a foodborne illness. But it is entirely possible an over-eager cook could set up their family and dinner guests for just that if they don’t do this one essential step: preheat the grill and scrub it clean of any residue before cooking.

Grills can harbor pieces of food for days, weeks, even months after the dish has been consumed. The food that remains on the grills is an attraction for birds, insects, and other animals. They can introduce any number of bacteria (and even waste) to the grill’s surface. Plus, leftover food bits are a magnet for bacteria, and they can produce unusual odors or flavors in the food you’re cooking on top of them.

Real Simple

Tags: Barbecue, Clean, Contamination, Cooking, Disease, Education, Environment, Food, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Warning

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11-Jul-2019


A restaurant in Arizona has labeled its entire salad menu as 'My Girlfriend's Not Hungry' 

 

The tired cliché is as follows: When a heterosexual couple eats at a restaurant, the woman will claim she isn't hungry, order nothing, then pick at the man's food for the rest of the meal. To combat this fictitious scenario, some restaurants offer "My Girlfriend Isn't Hungry" menu options, which usually include additional french fries or other side dishes.

The Tipsy Coyote, however, does things a little differently — it has an entire menu of salads under the label, in an attempt to gender leafy greens.

Business Insider

Tags: Dating, Diet, Food, Humor, Inclusion, Restaurant, Women

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08-Jul-2019


Cavi Brand Papayas Could Be Source Of Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak, Says CDC 

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned people in the United States about a possible connection between Cavi Brand Papayas and salmonella outbreak in several states. CDC urged people not to sell, serve or eat this whole fresh fruit from the brand as it is likely to be the source for the bacterial infection.

The announcement was made by the agency Friday after it investigated the source of the bacteria which has hit about eight states. They looked into the possible link between papayas imported from Mexico and salmonella infections.

“Epidemiologic and traceback evidence indicates Cavi brand whole, fresh papayas are a likely source of this outbreak. Do not eat, serve, or sell any Cavi brand whole, fresh papayas because they may be contaminated with salmonella. We are no longer advising consumers to avoid all papayas from Mexico,” CDC said in a statement.

ibtimes

Tags: Awareness, Clean, Contamination, Disease, Food, Health, Illness, Outbreak, Safety

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08-Jul-2019


Is Spinach Basically a Steroid? New Research Suggests It Might Be 

 

Growing up, there’s a decent chance your parents tried to coax you into eating spinach by asserting that it would make you big and strong. Maybe Popeye, the old-school cartoon sailor who downed spinach and instantly grew muscles, was invoked. If you’re like any sane child, that probably wasn’t enough to overcome the bitter taste of spinach, though.

Well, as with pretty much everything else in life, maybe you should’ve listened to your parents. That’s because new evidence suggests that if you eat enough spinach, it’s basically like taking steroids.

Food and Wine

Tags: Food, Health, Mass, Medicine, Study

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28-Jun-2019




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