Optimal nutrition can lessen the ravages of stress by reducing the chemical impact, repairing its damage, and preparing the body for future stress.
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Sound Consumer, December 2011
We’re often asked what organizations PCC relies upon as sources for research on food and agriculture — from genetic engineering and sustainable seafood to the advantages of organics. Most are nonprofit organizations and many of them operate on shoestring budgets.
Nuts are a perfect snack to ward off less-healthy temptations: they’re packed with nutrients and can be eaten plain, roasted with virtually any seasoning, or added to salads or other savory dishes.
A survey in the August Sound Consumer asked questions about what you, as a PCC shopper, know and believe about “nutrient additives” in organic foods. Your strong response was, in itself, significant — 1,432 of you completed it.
Sugar cookies and fruitcake don’t excite you? Look no further for hearty, delicious ways to satisfy your sweet tooth this season. These recipes feature healthy ingredients — bananas, coconut, carrots — and are made rich with nuts.
Tiny bubbles. A rain of stars. Champagne wishes … Nothing is more evocative of living well, celebration and refined hedonism than sparkling wine and the mesmerizing ascent of lacy effervescence in a glass.
GMO-Free Seattle · Concentration in food industry · Fair labor gelt? · Alkalized cocoa · Hexane-extracted soy · No firewood
Egg production standards · Outdoor access for organic poultry · Prison organic farm · School lunch carbs · “Downer” meat decision · Homeland Security and food · Federal funds for GE salmon · B.C. salmon threatened · Mislabeled fish · China suspends GE crops
December reports on organic, fair-labor bananas, Calif.’s walnut harvest, various citrus yields and harvests, winegrape yields, the white shrimp season and farm real estate values.
2011 Fall Member Meeting · PCC founding member passes away