The alkaline diet is phony, in part, because the addition of acidic or alkaline food to our body doesn’t affect the pH of our bodies in any meaningful way.
From the organic industry scaring people over non-organic foods to social media influencers making false claims, food shaming is a popular marketing tactic.
The deceptive “Dirty Dozen” pesticide list put out annually by the Environmental Working Group continues to be the list no one needs or asked for.
It’s never too late to begin making your food purchasing decisions based on facts rather than fears and to unfollow toxic wellness influencers.
Last month I wrote about 5 deceptive food-marketing buzzwords that have been around for a while. With our unique situation this year due to COVID-19, the supplement, food, and beverage industries have been capitalizing off of some newer marketing trends and buzzwords that will likely continue to gain popularity in 2021, but will they help […]
The problem with food evangelists is they ignore the huge population that doesn’t have a food choice and still needs access to nutritious, affordable food.
Though extremely regulated and limited in number, GMOs are some of the most wildly misunderstood and polarizing food items available today.
Food bullying can take on many forms. It can happen on food labels, in ads, in conversations, and in posts and comments on social media.
Not only do many artificial food additives make food taste better, they can make the food safer and healthier as well.
Unchecked, unvalidated false expertise has at least temporarily devalued the real education and expertise of food regulators almost entirely.