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Nutrition is Actually the Sweetest Thing

KFC’s Double Down is a Nutritional Russian Roulette

JLo Goes Vegan: An Inside Look Into the Surging Popularity of Plant-Based Diets

Get Omega-3s with Ease

Fed Up: Let’s Really Move Big Food Out of School Lunches

Breakfast of Chumps

Vegetables Less Healthy than Fried Chicken? Don’t Fall for Clickbait Headlines

Colorectal Cancer: Raise Awareness of the Solution, Not Just the Problem

The Shameful Sham of Shamrock Shakes

An Event that’s Absolutely Sublime



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Blood and Guts on Capitol Hill
10/25/13 - This week on Capitol Hill, the Physicians Committee, a former military doctor, and Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson led a demonstration showcasing the latest groundbreaking military trauma training. more >

Dick Cheney: Plant-Based Diets Can Prevent a Medical Odyssey
10/18/13 - I wrote to Dick Cheney and asked that as he promotes his new book he let people know that adopting a plant-based diet can prevent and reverse heart disease and the traumas he and his family endured. more >

Meatless, Veggie More
10/18/13 - This week, Meatless Monday celebrates its 10th anniversary, and the ways it has changed lives goes well beyond 520 Mondays. more >

Chicken Nuggets: Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes
10/10/13 - Chicken nuggets are a mixture of blood vessels, nerves, muscle, cartilage, fat, and pieces of bone. more >

Heart Attack Grill: It Will Kill You
10/04/13 - Jon Basso and the Heart Attack Grill are mocking death again: Jon Basso has now displayed the cremated remains of one of their deceased customers on Bloomberg TV. more >

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