Green Lifestyle

Every day you are using water and energy, and creating waste. That means, every day you are impacting the environment. These tips will help you make choices with the good of the environment in mind. Fix any leaky faucets, toilets or water pipes. Even a small drip can add up […]


We are what we eat

Food is so much more than just fuel. What we eat influences our essential body functions, from digestive and cardiovascular systems to the regulation of sleep and mood. This panel of experts will bring the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine, traditional diets, and whole foods nutrition to explore food’s role […]


We are what we eat

We are what we eat We are what we eat?  How many times have we heard or read this statement?  But is it really true?  If we eat a diet totally comprised of chicken burgers or broccoli will our appearance really take on the form of the food? Morgan Spurlock’s […]


We are what we eat

By David Katz, M.D. We are what we eat. We’ve all heard it, but most of us probably don’t quite believe it. After all, you’ve had french fries and didn’t sprout french fry antennae. So we’re not really what we eat … are we? We are. It’s every bit as true […]


FDA Guidance for Industry: Food Producers, Processors, and Transporters: Food Security Preventive Measures Guidance

Table of Contents INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND DISCUSSION Related Guidance Additional Resources RECOMMENDED ACTIONS Management Preparing for the possibility of tampering or other malicious, criminal, or terrorist actions. Supervision Recall Strategy Investigation of Suspicious Activity Evaluation Program Human Element – Staff Screening (pre-hiring, at hiring, post-hiring) Daily Work Assignments Identification Restricted Access […]


European Food Policy

The availability of safe, nutritious, affordable and healthy food has taken on a new and pressing dimension in the face of an ever growing global population and increasing environmental and sustainability concerns. We see intensified competition for land use and shifting dietary patterns across the world, which include significant increases […]


No Tobacco Day by WHO

Eliminating the illicit trade in tobacco would generate an annual tax windfall of US$ 31 billion for governments, improve public health, help cut crime and curb an important revenue source for the tobacco industry. On the World No Tobacco Day on 31 May, WHO calls Member States to sign the […]


Food Security by WHO

Food Security The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing “when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life”. Commonly, the concept of food security is defined as including both physical and economic access to food […]