Sugar Fat Healthy

Eating Healthy: A Big Fat Lie? Or A Sugar Conspiracy?

It’s 2018, and we have just made a bunch of New Year’s Resolutions, many of which pertain to getting fit and healthy. However, with hundreds of sources on exercise and nutrition, people are getting confused. We are looking at one of the most confusing nutritional debates of them all, fat versus sugar.
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Grains

The Consequences of Grains: Are We Eating Like Cattle?

Grains are the world’s biggest source of food energy. Grains have the ability to form macronutrients from sunlight, fertilizers, water, and air. Dry grains, after harvesting, are more durable than any other staple foods out there. Grains are grown throughout the world proving that it has versatility and, since it is durable, it is used and is well-suited to industrial agriculture. But are they really healthy? Or are we eating like cattle?
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Can Lab-Grown Meat End World Hunger?

Could Lab-Grown Meat be Used to End World Hunger?

Hunger is one of the major problems in the world today. Research shows that 12.5% of the world population is hungry. It’s a figure that should cause chills on everyone’s skin as everyone on earth needs access to proper food. The technological world has been working on many innovations that could potentially provide a solution for food shortage. One of them is lab-grown meat.
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Maize Flour Kenya Food

Poverty in Kenya: Is the Government Involved in a Food Scam?

One of Kenya’s big problems since attaining independence has been poverty. To alleviate poverty, production of enough food for the population was the way to go. Well, 54 years later, the Kenyan president has stated that alleviating poverty is one of his key agendas in his second term in office. For how long will poverty remain a key point in Kenya and the whole of Africa’s agenda? Probably a while longer as the prices for maize flour just hiked and it may just be the government’s fault.
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Lab-Grown Meat

Lab-Grown Meat May Be the Future of Food

When we thought scientists were taking a low spiral on inventions, they pull yet another big surprise on us. Who could have imagined or envisioned a point where we would produce meat from anything other than animals? Well, they have caught us flat-footed on a potentially good idea. This major invention of the food industry is lab-grown meat.
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Fake Statistics and Numbers

Lying Statistic: Beware, Numbers and Statistics Lie to you!

We live in a world of numbers. Everything can be expressed statistically or coded into numbers. Numbers in themselves are powerful and he who has the numbers has power. You may not have realized it, but even you do rely on numbers and statistics to make decisions.
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Venezuela Coffee

Venezuela: Your Mission is to Find Coffee

I have a very vivid memory of being in my grandmother’s house when I was a child and having a large cup of café con leche at around 5 pm with a piece of baguette to gently soak in my coffee. I was only 7, I think, but coffee was a very important part of my routine.
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Pumpkin spice latte

5 Reasons Why Pumpkin Spice Latte is Bad for You

It’s the most basic time of the year. The time when the uggs, leggings, and pumpkin spice latte make their appearance for half the population to love and half the population to judge. Before you make the trip to your local cafe and order up one of these Autumn treats, take a read into why pumpkin spice latte is actually bad for you.
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OQLF in Quebec

OQLF: Quebec’s French Language Stasi

In Quebec, Canada’s French-speaking province, there exists a team of men and women wandering around with cameras, snapping photographs of shop signs and restaurant menus. Their purpose? To make sure that the French language remains predominant over the English Language in all aspects of daily life. Their presence has caused confusion, destroyed the identity of businesses and has resulted in Anglophones fleeing the province en masse. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Office Québécois de la Langue Française (OQLF), and they suck balls.
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