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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Several readers forwarded me a response to my post “The Curious Case of Campbell’s Rats” that had been posted on the vegetarian site, 30 Bananas a Day!, and suggested I make a rebuttal. The response can be found here, and … Continue reading
What is edamame? Is it soy? — Al Edamame is the Japanese word for sweet, green vegetable soybeans. They are harvested at the point when the beans are well developed but still soft and green. Boiled or steamed … Continue reading
By now, we’ve all heard of The China Study. First T. Colin Campbell, a lifetime expert researcher and policy maker at the highest levels, made it a best seller. Vegetarians the world over and many others hailed the book as … Continue reading
If the font is too small, as always you can use “control” and “plus” to enlarge it. One of the many benefits of raw milk may be its ability to promote the production of a wonderful little compound called “glutathione” … Continue reading