Food & Nutrition

During times of stress, I often find myself reaching for comfort foods — a tempting Oreo, some chips, a homemade cookie, and occasionally a bowl of chicken soup.
Our conversation starts with Britain's King Charles and his past antagonism toward molecular genetic engineering.
Once a trusted institution that disseminated science-based guidance to pediatricians and parents, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has devolved into an activist group that parrots agitprop from NGOs like Greenpeace.
For those not fully immersed in social media, our digital version of Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, Reader’s Digest, and the Enquirer, sequential meals or eating refers to a specific sequence in which you eat your food.
A study in Nature Food suggests that meat production accounts for roughly 60% of GHG generated by food agriculture.
For those interested in listening to the entire one-hour broadcast, it is available here.
Join host Cameron English, Dr. Chuck Dinerstein and Dr. Barbara Billauer as they break down these stories on Episode 58 of the Science Dispatch podcast:
In 2020, I published the college secondary text The Myths About Nutrition Science, outlining the seven most prominent reasons for unreliable health news.
“Toddler milk is an ultra-processed beverage made up of large parts powdered milk, added sugar and vegetable oil… [and] contains less protein and more sodium than cow’s milk.”
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