FDA Labelling and Cancer Detection

News on the process of the FDA and their labelling guidelines, juice terminology and an early cancer detection breakthroughs.

The Most Important Connection for Success | Michelle Beato | Michelle Enjoli Beato | TEDxSouthampton

Michelle was unexpectedly prompted to have a brutally honest conversation that revealed the scary and uncomfortable truths about her seemingly successful life. In this personal and insightful talk, M

Food & beverage trends, regulation, labeling, innovation

Daily news about food and beverage trends, food regulation and labeling, gluten-free, clean labels, GMOs, stevia, ancient grains, food M&A in North America.

Don't Dilute Yourself | Adele Deasy | Adele Deasy | TEDxSouthampton

Shake off the ankle grabbers, take opportunities and box your doubts. In this talk, Adele challenges you to value your strengths and be your own concentrated possibility.Adele explains how you should

Po drugiej stronie strachu | Patryk Szlicht | TEDxYouth@Tarnow

Trener mentalny, mówca inspiracyjny, autor sześciu książek z zakresu samodoskonalenia. Stworzył uniwersalną metodę Mental Mastery. Współpracuje przede wszystkim ze sportowcami podczas indywi

When Your Child is Sick: Ask. Challenge. Talk. | Russell Streeter | TEDxSouthampton

When Russell’s daughter was diagnosed with Leukaemia at a young age, the gruelling treatment tested their bonds as a family and changed their outlook on life forever. His talk is a powerful and emo

How the climate crisis is transforming the meaning of ‘sustainability’ in business

Companies have been taking a ‘sustainability-as-usual’ approach to the climate crisis—a slow and voluntary adoption of commitments—but that may soon come to an end. In his 2021 letter to CEO

Removing Life's BS Filters | Chris Williams | Chris Williams | TEDxSouthampton

Imagine a world where we acted without filters, behaved the same online and offline, and stopped worrying about what others think. Chris takes you on his journey from Police Officer to Executive to h

Forensic Leadership - The Traces We Leave Behind | Paul Kinkaid | Paul Kinkaid | TEDxSouthampton

Just as the criminal leaves a trace on the crime scene, leaders leave traces on those around them. However, unlike the criminal, the leader has a choice about the traces they leave. What traces do yo

Let’s just say it: The iPad desperately needs a kickstand

Other tablets have Apple’s tablet beat in precisely one area. Won’t Apple—or somebody—fix that? Over the past week, I’ve been using a tablet that’s a step down from an iPad in almost ever

Forget the ladder. Here’s a better framework for your professional journey

‘I started telling students to consider their careers, not as a linear progression straight up or ahead, but as a river delta—a fertile area to explore that flows toward an ultimate objective.’

Allbirds’ new eco-friendly Trail Runner SWT shoes are made for adventure

Made from natural fibers, these sneakers are perfect for hitting both the trails and rugged urban streets. I’ve been an Allbirds aficionado for years. I gazed longingly at the wooly soft plimsolls

Harvard Health Blog - Live a Healthier Lifestyle - Harvard Health

Blogs topics cover ways to live a healthier lifestyle, foods to add to your diet, and more specific information on common health conditions.

4 productive ways to set yourself up for having better ‘bad’ days (because they will happen)

Since we’re all going to be fluctuating wildly on the good/in-between/bad spectrum for the foreseeable future, we might as well plan around it. I’m writing from the in-between. I’m not doing gr

This new novel is a love letter to a whole era of Apple nerdery

Tamara Shopsin’s ‘LaserWriter II’ captures the feel of Tekserve, the best-loved Apple repair shop in the Tri-State region—and maybe the world. Perhaps it was inevitable, growing up in a famil

Opportunity in Adversity | Andrew Speed | TEDxGECA

Andrew Speed is a Former Stage Manager at National Theatre of Great Britain and he addresses that Adversity means-the terror is no longer firmer, everything just shifted when we find ourselves in un

Mixed Reality&Avatars In The Post-digital Age | Charlotte Triebus & Chris Geiger | TEDxKoenigsallee

Charlotte and Chris research in the MIREVI team (www.mirevi.de, Mixed Reality, and Visualization) at the University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf at the intersection of humans, technology, art, and

Pedestrians in Urban Development | Andres Sevtsuk | TEDxTallinn

We know that our cities need change. But we still use measuring car traffic as the basis of changes. What if we measured pedestrian traffic instead? Andres Sevtsuk is an Associate Professor of Urban

Snakes and Ladders of Life | Dr Graham Shelton | TEDxGECA

Life is like a game of snakes and ladders. We long for the ladders but it's the snakes that create life's greatest opportunities. Graham Shelton failed to get into a good school, failed to achieve Fi

Klobuchar: After Haugen testimony, ‘the switch flipped’ on legislating big tech

The Minnesota Democratic senator about the effects of the whistleblower hearing in Congress and other new developments on the antitrust front. When I commented at the opening of my phone call with Se

I’ve tested dozens of kitchen products. These are the most ingenious ones

From a toaster that steams to a multitasking Dutch oven, these are my favorite kitchen goods—the ones that have passed my multitude of tests. Over the past year, my kitchen has become a testing gro

From ‘Squid Game’ to Shiba Inu, 6 easy Halloween costume ideas inspired by memes and pop culture

After a year and a half of pajamas and sweatpants, we know it’s harder than ever to pry warm, comfy clothing from your cold, pandemic hands. Halloween is nearing, and based on loosened public heal

Apple Watch Series 7 review: For runners, this is the best smartwatch yet

If you use a watch to track your runs and keep yourself entertained on the go, the new watch’s bigger screen and faster charging make a difference. Over the past week, I’ve been running with the

Weekend reading: USDA’s action plans for climate change

Agriculture and climate change interact in two ways: (a) agriculture contributes to climate change, and  (b) climate change affects agriculture. In May, USDA published its plan to address (a): “Cl

The latest in weird waters

I haven’t said much about unusual bottled waters since 2018 when I wrote about bottled ocean water. 2018 was also when I went on The Daily Show to be interviewed by Desi Lydic as the straitperson f

Annals of international marketing: the future of Italian cuisine?

I am indebted to Bill Tonelli who took this photo on October 10 in Viterbo, Italy, about an hour outside of Rome. The shop, he reports, sells American snacks—candy, chips, soda—with no pretense o

The Sugar Association vs. Artificial Sweeteners

As I mentioned yesterday, the American Beverage Association represents the interests of soft drink companies that use sugars and artificial sweeteners in their products.  Its goal: to make you think

Industry-funded study of the week: artificially-sweetened sodas and calorie intake

The study: Effects of Unsweetened Preloads and Preloads Sweetened with Caloric or Low-/No-Calorie Sweeteners on Subsequent Energy Intakes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Controlled Human I

Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping workout trend

Pre-workout powders should be diluted in water, but some gym-goers are eating it neat. Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping workout trend The post Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping worko

Weekend reading: Selling salad in China

Xavier Naville.  The Lettuce Diaries: How a Frenchman Found Gold Growing Vegetables in China.  Earnshaw Books, 2021.  The publicist for this quirky book sent it to me and I have to admit being cha

Yes, you can make ice cream from infant formula and breast milk

Last week, I posted a list of articles about odd ice cream flavors, mostly Lithuanian.  Several readers pointed out that the links all went to the same article (oops, my bad). They particularly want

What’s up with African Swine Fever?

What got my attention was this headline: The World’s Deadliest Pig Virus Creeps Closer to the U.S. The Western Hemisphere registered its first outbreak of African swine fever virus in almost 40

Toxic metals still a big concern in baby foods

The House Oversight Subcommittee has just issued another report on neurotoxic heavy metals—arsenic, lead, cadmium—in baby foods: New Disclosures Show Dangerous Levels of Toxic Heavy Metals in Eve

Frontline Workers to Wear Panic Buttons Amidst Spike in Assaults Against Employees | New Law Makes It a Class D Misdemeanor

Between 300 to 400 frontline workers are set to wear panic buttons amidst the increase of assaults made against employees. Learn more. Frontline Workers to Wear Panic Buttons Amidst Spike in Assaults

Industry-sponsored study of the week: glyphosate (Roundup) in food

Thanks to Tufts Professor Sheldon Krimsky for sending me this gem. Residues of glyphosate in food and dietary exposure.  John L. Vicini,Pamela K. Jensen,Bruce M. Young,John T. Swarthout, Comprehensi

These 6 CBD Oils Say They Can Keep Joint Pain Away

What makes CBD one of the hot new kids on the #wellness block? Research suggests that it can ease anxiety, kick inflammation to the curb, and even relieve pain. Convenience is also a factor for this

Vegan Oyster Mushroom Caesar Salad

The star of this Vegan Caesar Salad is the oyster mushrooms that we sear using a special pressing method that makes it umami-rich and crunchy on the outside while juicy and flavor-packed inside. Vega

Roasted Tomato Salsa

The deep, caramelized flavors of roasted tomatoes and onions alongside the smokiness of the chipotles equals an incredibly good salsa. Continue reading Roasted Tomato Salsa on 101 Cookbooks Roasted T


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