We recently came across another of those “lists” that the media is so famous for. In this case, the culprit was a Web site called Great Schools and its five foods for school children to avoid. Included in the list was micro
Yesterday at Greenpeace UK, posted an item on tuna and sustainability and not surprisingly it fails to tell the whole story.
AOL’s coverage of the Gulf from a food safety perspective has been thorough and accurate. But this article unfortunately plays right into the hyperbole and hysteria created by Food & Water Watch with little or no perspective on the realities of imported seafood.
I'm sure many of you are familiar with Jillian Michaels, better known as a personal trainer who appears on the NBC Television program The Biggest Loser. As it turns out, Michaels has quite a following of her own on Facebook, and she recently told her fans that she was cutting down on tuna after tests rev
It would appear that Dr. Oz is at it again... and so are we. Have a look at our latest letter:
August 18, 2010
Mr. Glenn Mott
Managing Editor and Director of Publishing
300 West 57th Street 15th Floor
New York, NY 10019-5238
Dear Mr. Mott,
In case you missed the piece in the Toronto Sun about Greenpeace I have to say it’s a must read.
I know I don't have to remind our readers that we've had to confront Dr. Mehmet Oz, better known to millions as television's Dr. Oz, over a number of errors and distortions he's committed during the course of this year. And though it's taken some time, it appears that others have started to notice what we've been writing about.
In the final 15 minutes of yesterday's edition of Today, the show's diet and nutrition expert, Joy Bauer, appeared in a segment that examined the five foods kids should be eating. The question is getting a lot of attention these days thanks to all the reporting about Published: 08/10/2010 - 14:31 Comment: 0 Read More