As a nutrition-oriented doctor, I’m asked this question continually. Many people — even my own colleagues — believe diet is enough to maintain health. Sad to say, the evidence no longer supports diet alone for keeping us healthy.
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Sound Consumer, May 2008
Here’s something that chemical companies and industrial agribusiness don’t want you to know: An analysis of nearly 100 peer-reviewed studies concludes, yes, there is sufficient quality research to confirm the nutritional superiority of plant-based organic foods.
Have you ever wondered why you can’t eat just one chip or cookie? Do you struggle with extra pounds even though you’ve reduced your daily calories by choosing low fat foods, plenty of grains, and dutifully doing your cardio?
Produce from the PCC Farmland Trust farms are available in PCC stores. This article discusses which farms produce and where other products come from. Plus, join the Trust at a benefit for the PCC Farmland Trust at Comedy Underground on May 20.
The layers of emerging food contamination issues bring PCC’s nutrition education manager to the point of tears.
Social justice for farm workers · Support a sustainable Farm Bill · Fair labor GROW bananas · Bisphenol A · Magnesium sources? · Non-organic grapes in winter · Same product, different ingredients
Local Farms, Healthy Kids bill passes · City of Seattle eliminates bottled water · Tracking cloned meat · Organic farming can feed the world · Pesticides killing songbirds · Hawaii halts ban against GM coffee · Tree theft · Germs get worse in space · Canada declares BPA dangerous
Notice of 2008 ballot counting meeting · Vote now · Board report · Meet the candidates virtually and in person · To our loyal members