Every food expert will tell you that the healthiest foods are usually the freshest. But the latest beneficial food group point the fermented form. These powerhouses boost the good bacteria in your digestive tract and can help heal a multitude of health issues. … fermented vegetables? Your opinion interest us!
It is an alarming trend: people are eating too much salt, sugar and fat and not enough… exactly: Broccoli! Take a look around on our streets, in stations and even at sports events we are surrounded by smart campaigns trying to make us consume a lot of food that isn’t that healthy. And that’s why FoodGuerrilla starts a grassroots campaign, to stick up for the veggies!
This medicinal plants project have been developped in Sumapaz in Colombia. The Nazareth hospital created a garden that is part of a hospital, where patients are only treated with the plants of the region.
Our biggest frustration is the boring selection of unhealthy food in vending machines you’ll find in public places. Candy bars bursting from sugar and fat, too salty potato chips, and dry flavorless cookies is not what you need when you are looking for a quick snack. And most of time your hunger is back in less than an hour. But now there is this Farmer’s Fridge in Chicago, and it’s a huge succes! Offering daily fresh made salads in attractive jars. … A Veggie Vendingmachine
The glutenfree section in our stores is expanding. That makes sense, because of the growing group of gluten intolerant people all over the world. But as far as we can see, this section is full with prepacked, processed and untasty alternatives for the real deal, with the most horrific of them all, glutenfree bread.
But maybe this will all change soon, with Rightbread taking over the world. Rightbread is gluten free, vegan and seems to be pretty tasty (we haven’t tried it, yet). Besides, Rightbread is low in carbs and high in proteins and fibers. Rightbread is made of chiaseeds, soy flour, ground almonds and some other healthy ingredients.
Assistant professor Takayuki Kosaka created a game that teaches kids to eat (and like) vegetables. In his game carrots, green peppers and tomatoes are bullets, that the player uses to save the city from giant vegetables. When they run out of ammo, they must put down their gun, eat the matching food and smile into a camera placed on the gun (in order to associate eating vegetables with the positive feelings of smiling). Only after performing these steps, the game will resume. … food practice shooter