It blows Food Science Babe’s mind that people actually believe that alcohol can be made healthier by being “clean” or “organic.”
Articles by Food Science Babe
Study after study has shown the active ingredient glyphosate to be one of the least toxic herbicides on the market.
Our agricultural landscape in the U.S. has been shaped by the nation’s history of slavery and structural racism.
Despite data that show higher foodborne illness risks associated with raw milk, many consumers believe raw milk is better to drink.
It’s time for the EWG to reflect on the harm they are causing by their misguided Dirty Dozen list. Yet, fear sells, and they’re making a lot of money off of it.
I’d like to give you a list of things you can do to help out your community during COVID-19and provide a list of services for those who are in need.
This Burger King ad campaign is nothing but calculated, scientifically incorrect fearmongering over perfectly safe preservatives.
Perhaps we should take a risk-based approach to Food Babe’s misinformation, which surely is hazardous, by reducing our exposure to zero.
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.
As I was scrolling through Facebook the other day, I ran across a story that seems to get recycled year after year: a fast food burger and fries that someone has had sitting around for years, and miraculously, hasn’t spoiled. The explanation that follows is never one of reasoning and science, but one of fear […]