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What Do You Mean “It Isn’t Really Olive Oil?”

If my readers know anything, they know that I am on a fake food crusade. We are all tired of buying foods that appear to be one thing, when in fact they are actually something else entirely. Take for example, olive oil. One of the basic staples of every kitchen. My guess is you have a bottle of it in your cabinet right now. If you are like me, and love to get a good deal on a quality item, you probably have a rather large container of it in your pantry. I’m guessing your bottle says it’s 100% extra virgin olive oil, that it is imported, and possibly it has some other phrases that lead you to believe it ...
Food

Is Food Addiction A Made Up Concept to Excuse the Overeater?

  No. A significant portion of the U.S. diet is as addicting as heroin or cocaine. Sugar, for example, especially in the form of High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS), registers in the same part of the brain as does heroin and cocaine! Other staples of the American diet are addictive, too. Dr. Mark Hyman says that U.S. wheat contains “super starch and super gluten – making it super fattening and super inflammatory.” Hyman also says wheat has “a super drug that makes you crazy, hungry and addicted.” The “super drug” Hyman is referring to is actually a group proteins called “gluteomorphins” (after gluten and morphine) that cross the blood-brain barrier. Converted “exorphins,” like endorphins, the small molecules in the brain ...
The Bliss Point

The Bliss Point

There are some foods that we just cannot stop eating once we start. You know it and I know it. The food industry knows it as well. Recently NPR interviewed Michael Moss about his book Salt Sugar Fat which deals with the how the food industry engineers our cravings. That’s because these foods are manufactured to create a bliss point. What is a bliss point? Exactly what it sounds like! The point at which the food causes so much bliss that we cannot resist buying and or eating it! The term “bliss point” was coined by researcher/experimental psychologist Howard Moskowitz during his research on Prego Spaghetti Sauce. This all sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? Like a conspiracy theory. But it isn’t. ...
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