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    Is Michelle Obama Going Bald?

    by  • 25 March, 2015 • Food, Health, Humor, Politics • 0 Comments

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    An appearance by Michelle Obama on “Jeopardy!” had fans on Twitter scratching their heads, wondering whether Michelle Obama was sporting a new, hairless look on hers. The first lady popped up on the long-running quiz show on Tuesday to promote her “Let’s Move!” anti-childhood obesity initiative. In one clue, FLOTUS talked about rinsing canned...

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    Well Endowed Bull Statue Outside of Utah Restaurant Causes Fear and Loathing

    by  • 24 March, 2015 • Culture, Food • 4 Comments


    From St. George News: HURRICANE, Utah — Controversy continues to brew after the unveiling of a new sign at a Hurricane restaurant featuring a well-endowed bull, according to St.GeorgeNews.com. On March 14, Barista’s Restaurant, 460 W. State Street, erected a bull with large genitalia, which has resulted in backlash within the community. That same...

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    Novel Cooking Method Reduces Calories Found In Rice

    by  • 23 March, 2015 • Food, Health • 3 Comments


    Cutting the carbs… Rice is the staple of a variety of cuisines around the world. Yet diets that restrict carbohydrates (Atkins) advise against rice, while other diets praise rice as the perfect carbohydrate for energy. A recent study presented at the 249th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has revealed...

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    LA Fast Food Ban Backfires, Obesity Rate Increased

    by  • 23 March, 2015 • Food, Health, Politics • 0 Comments


    Unintended consequences… The South Los Angeles fast-food ban did not decrease obesity in poor neighborhoods because residents found unhealthy food at restaurants in strip malls and convenience stores instead, a new study has found. In 2008, a dietary ordinance targeted a 32-square-mile area south of Interstate 10 that struggles with high obesity rates and...

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    Starbucks Wants To Talk About Race, Here’s A Question For Them

    by  • 19 March, 2015 • Food, Humor, Politics, Racism • 4 Comments


    It’s easy to harangue people about racial tolerance when you live in a secure gated community. Recently Starbucks announced that it wants their baristas to engage customers in a dialog about racial issues. Maybe they’d like to explain why there’s no Starbucks locations within the city limits of Ferguson… Hat tip: Tom Moe Update:...

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