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The Origin of U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Current U.S. dietary policies still reflect the basic design of the food guides from the early part of this century. In 1894, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed the first food composition tables and dietary standards for Americans. In 1916, the first daily food guides appeared in U
The Origin of U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Current U.S. dietary policies still reflect the basic design of the food guides from the early part of this century. In 1894, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed the first food composition tables and dietary standards for Americans. In 1916, the first daily food guides appeared in U
The Origin of U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Current U.S. dietary policies still reflect the basic design of the food guides from the early part of this century. In 1894, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed the first food composition tables and dietary standards for Americans. In 1916, the first daily food guides appeared in U
The Origin of U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Current U.S. dietary policies still reflect the basic design of the food guides from the early part of this century. In 1894, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed the first food composition tables and dietary standards for Americans. In 1916, the first daily food guides appeared in U
Good Medicine Archive
2014 Issues   Rabies Experiments:  PCRM Experts Call Foul Good Medicine Winter 2014 Vol. XXIII No. 1  
Good Medicine Archive
2014 Issues   Rabies Experiments:  PCRM Experts Call Foul Good Medicine Winter 2014 Vol. XXIII No. 1  
Good Medicine Archive
2014 Issues   Rabies Experiments:  PCRM Experts Call Foul Good Medicine Winter 2014 Vol. XXIII No. 1  
Good Medicine Archive
2014 Issues   Rabies Experiments:  PCRM Experts Call Foul Good Medicine Winter 2014 Vol. XXIII No. 1  
Just the Facts
Rats Laugh When Tickled Like humans, rats laugh when tickled. Animal behaviorists have found that rats chirp when they are tickled. Some laugh more than others, and those rats who chirp less seem more prone to anxiety. Jammin’ Pectin, found in citrus fruits, apples, and other fruits, has been shown to help
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Crematoriums Feel the Heat From Obesity Expanding waistlines in the United Kingdom are forcing many crematoriums to enlarge their furnaces to accommodate larger coffins. Most standard furnaces, which fit coffins 16 to 20 inches, are too narrow to fit the wider coffins, which now go up to 40 inches to accommodate b
Just the Facts
Who’s Mad? This February, another Alberta dairy cow was found to have mad cow disease, reportedly Canada’s 18th case of the brain-wasting disease. Alberta Premier Ralph Klein famously suggested that farmers should cover up such cases when one arose
Rich Roll
A graduate of Stanford University and Cornell Law School, Rich is a 45-year-old, world-renowned vegan ultraendurance athlete, wellness advocate, husband, father of four and inspiration to people worldwide as a transformative example of courageous and healthy living. After succumbing to the sedentary throes of overweig
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Meat Eaters Want Meat Alternatives A new survey from market research company Mintel found that 51 percent of consumers believe meat alternatives are healthier than real meat, 31 percent are trying to reduce meat consumption, and 31 percent say they enjoy the taste of meat alternatives. Fab Fast Food Chipotle Mexican
Just the Facts
Rats Laugh When Tickled Like humans, rats laugh when tickled. Animal behaviorists have found that rats chirp when they are tickled. Some laugh more than others, and those rats who chirp less seem more prone to anxiety. Jammin’ Pectin, found in citrus fruits, apples, and other fruits, has been shown to help
Just the Facts
Crematoriums Feel the Heat From Obesity Expanding waistlines in the United Kingdom are forcing many crematoriums to enlarge their furnaces to accommodate larger coffins. Most standard furnaces, which fit coffins 16 to 20 inches, are too narrow to fit the wider coffins, which now go up to 40 inches to accommodate b

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