The internet is good at giving you too much information all at once. Positive skepticism is one way to sort through the BS and get to the good stuff.
This is my first blog post while on my internship in Idaho! I am going to examine in vitro meat, and discuss with consumers if it’s something they are interested in, and if it can be considered vegan or vegetarian.
There is a lot of trash on the internet. This is some of my advice on finding what is useful to you.
Right off the bat, some readers out there might be thinking “Yeah, of course it is. Canned goods have extra stuff added to them.” Some might be thinking “No, because otherwise why would this guy make a blog post about it?” Well, the latter is correct. From what I have researched, fresh, frozen, and canned […]
Food and nutrition can be confusing. One such way is with fats. There are so many types out there, and debate about if they are healthy or not. Thanks to its poorly-moderated nature, the internet has all sorts of misinformation out there. Today I am going to be making a short-hand guide to hopefully help […]
Why I don’t believe the media hype involving certain foods.
A brief run-down of what changes to the food label the FDA is implementing soon.
How Googling symptoms can lead to unexpected problems
How can some misinformation cause problems?