Food for Thought II
Sucralose Commercially sold as Splenda® in the U.S., sucralose is a synthetic compound created in the manufacturer’s lab in 1976. Many food manufacturers prefer Sucralose because of its longer shelf life and resistance to high heat. And pharmaceutical products such as vitamins, lozenges and over-the-counter remedies often contain it as well. The manufacturers tell you that sucralose...
Food for Thought
Aspartame Aspartame is a popular sweetener in a variety of foods including soft drinks… low-alcohol beer… candy… and dairy and frozen desserts… It’s often available commercially as NutraSweet® and Equal®. But it might not be so popular if people knew this: When Aspartame is warmed to more than 86° F the wood alcohol in the product changes to formaldehyde. Since the body’s temperature...
The Secret Ingredient In Your Orange Juice →
tumbledore: In fact, “not from concentrate,” a.k.a pasteurized orange juice, is not more expensive than “from concentrate” because it is closer to fresh squeezed. Rather, it is because storing full strength pasteurized orange juice is more costly and elaborate than storing the space saving concentrate from which “from concentrate” is made. The technology of choice at the moment is aseptic...
I think for all of us, our experience in public schools is there have always...– Michelle Bachmann- 2006 on anti-bullying legislation ••••• Just when you thought dumb couldn’t get any dumber… this shit —BP
The Fontastic Stories Behind 5 Common Typefaces →
aminamania: With a headline like that, how could I not share this article?