Subway describes its tuna sandwich as “freshly baked bread” layered with “flaked tuna blended with creamy mayo then topped with your choice of crisp, fresh veggies.” It’s a description designed to activate the saliva glands — and separate you from your money.
It’s also fiction, at least partially, according to a recent lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The complaint alleges the ingredient billed as “tuna” for the chain’s sandwiches and wraps contains absolutely no tuna.Continue reading
Godcast Episode 150: Our relationship with food plays a big part in our health and overall lives. How we think about food is complicated and full of misconceptions. Let’s try and set therefore straight. Vegan bodybuilder Torre Washington joins the chat.Godcast Episode 150: Torre Washington – YouTube
I ain’t touched them in a decade or more when they discovered plastic in their bread…..
On Tuesday, a Supreme Court in Ireland ruled that the bread used to make Subway sandwiches isn’t real bread. This came after an Irish Subway franchise tried to evade paying value-added tax on its foodstuffs.Continue reading
Soy is no good for boy.. or girl…
Vegans and meat eaters alike find themselves somehow consuming soy either directly or as an ingredient in another food product. It’s consumption can be just as harmful to those on a meat based diet as it is for those eating plant-based.
Soybeans contain phytoestrogens, which mimic the body’s natural estrogen hormones. For men, this can lead to a testosterone imbalance, infertility, low sperm count, and increased risk of cancers. For women, it can cause estrogen dominance, which has been linked to infertility, menstrual troubles and cancer… Continue reading
Soy is no good for food products…
Soybean oil is widely used in processed foods, including those labeled “vegan” and “natural.” It causes major problems with our health. IF we are to project ourselves a healthy for the future, we have got to get toxic foods out of our environment.
Great read and insight….
The most effective change-makers in our society aren’t waiting around for a new president to make their lives better, they’re planting seeds, quite literally, and through the revolutionary act of gardening, they’re rebuilding their communities while growing their own independence.1 Continue reading
I just wanna know why all these “healthy” vegan/vegetarian brands use fucking canola oil (which is toxic) in their products…. it ain’t like the prices on their products are cheap so why use that BS cheap ass poison oil…. mafuggas….
Here’s our selection of the best cooking oils to use in your kitchen. Continue reading
So it seems the Impossible Burger is goin in the wrong direction from wheat based to soy based. And we know soy is not meant for human consumption when it’s greater proponent of used for it, George Washington Carver said so. Western science even agrees.
But they will be found in Burger King restaurants now.
SN: Didn’t know Carl’s Jr carries Beyond Burgers which are pea based and much better tasting and for you. Dunno about trusting Carl’s Jr/Hardee’s to make them tho lol
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As I said earlier, the powers that be don’t want you to consume anything without some type of poison or manipulation of it’s food-like substances…
Most of the food that we eat makes a long and tortuous journey to our tables, often over great distances or from unknown origins.
Whether it’s factory-farmed eggs, processed chicken, fresh fruit from the west coast, seafood from the east coast, or a glass of wine or ice-cold beer, we often assume that what we’re eating is generally healthy or at least won’t harm us if enjoyed in moderation.
However, a new report by public-interest watchdog group U.S. PIRG has revealed that most of the top beers and wines in the United States are contaminated with glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s weed-killer, Roundup. Continue reading
Ppl will fight over their right to be slovenly and indulge in the worst food-like products… maybe natural selection will handle them in time…
African-Americans are a disadvantaged population. This is not up for debate. We have less access to quality education. We are underutilized and undervalued in the labor market, making it harder for us to accumulate wealth. For those of us who are in poverty, we do not always receive adequate housing or access to resources that could assist in our ability to be self-sufficient. The list of ways in which racial inequality, oppression and discrimination have contributed to the social imbalance between Blacks and our counterparts is vast. Continue reading