Posts Tagged "junk food"

Medical Rewind – July 27th

Posted on Sep 28, 2015 in Chronic Disease, Heavy Metals, Medical Rewind, Vaccines

If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to to listen to the show replay. RSB talks with Dr. Rashid Buttar, about the mysteries surround the recent deaths of a number of holistically inclined doctors. Is this a desperate play by the minions of Big Pharma, or an unfortunate series of bizarre coincidences? Do you know that there are numerous serious side effects occurring from drugs approved by government, yet they are not being reported to FDA within the allotted 15-day time period? How does junk food damage your body in...

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Cartoon characters affect kids' food choices

Posted on Jun 21, 2010 in Health & Wellness

Last Updated: Monday, June 21, 2010 | 2:09 PM ET Comments2Recommend1 CBC News Putting an image of Shrek, Dora the Explorer or Scooby Doo on packaged children’s snacks has a strong influence on a child’s perception of how the product tastes, according to new research from Yale University. Licensed characters such as Shrek have a strong influence on children’s snack food preferences.Licensed characters such as Shrek have a strong influence on children’s snack food preferences. (Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation/Associated Press) North American retailers spend...

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Teachers Want Exemption From Junk-Food Ban

Posted on Mar 10, 2009 in Health & Wellness

Oregon Policy Bans Chips, Soda Sales On Campus Posted: 8:47 am EST February 27, 2009SALEM, Ore. — Some Oregon teachers want to be in the chips — and the sodas, too. The sale of junk food in schools is banned in the state. But the teachers say they should be able to buy the unhealthy snacks in their lounges. Thursday, the state House gave its approval to the faculty junk food exemption. It now goes to the Oregon Senate. Teachers say that, as adults, they have a right to make up their own minds about what to eat. But opponents of the exemption contend teachers should be setting a...

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