FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The folly in calorie counting, sardine population down 95%, and Dow Chemical asks EPA to ignore science on pesticides

by | Apr 21, 2017

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This week the folly in calorie counting, sardine population down 95%, and Dow Chemical asks EPA to ignore science on pesticides.

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2 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The folly in calorie counting, sardine population down 95%, and Dow Chemical asks EPA to ignore science on pesticides”

  1. nadia says:

    Hi Darya!

    I was intrigued by your comment on how all milks (cow, almond, cashew) are all highly processed products and bad for you. I am lactose intolerant and in the past two years have turned to dairy free milk to substitute for cow milk, they have been touted as healthier and much better for the body. Could you elaborate on your comment and whether we should try to avoid them?

    Nadia

    • Darya Rose says:

      “Bad for you” is strong, but they are certainly all very processed products. It’s likely safe to consume them regularly, I just don’t want anyone pretending they should be sought out as healthy foods. If you make you’re own you’re in better territory.

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