Meat-lovers beware, you may just be causing the demise of the planet.
According to British economist and top global warming guru Lord Stern of Brentford, going veggie is the new way to go green.
Sure, riding your bike to work and cutting carbon emissions works, too, but it turns out meat production is more to blame for climate change than the transportation industry.
The best way to save the plant is to give up meat, former World Bank chief economist Lord Stern told UK’s The Times
Hospitals are meant to be places of healing, but sometimes just even looking at the food can make you sicker.
It’s time for every hospital—no matter where they are situated, or what communities they serve—to step up and understand that good food can indeed be medicine, and that bad food can impact much more than just your appetite.
You’ve probably seen them starting to be sold in Singapore and the region, so this is good to know:
Britain’s ad regulator says Vitaminwater has too much sugar to be accurately described as nutritious and has ordered owner Coca-Cola to stop running advertisements carrying the claim.
The Advertising Standards Authority says Coca-Cola broke ad rules when it described its popular line of flavored water products as “delicious and nutritious,” explaining that consumers wouldn’t expect a drink marketed as nutritious to have between four and five teaspoons of added sugar.
via The Associated Press.