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Nutrition labels to get makeover for first time in 20 years

February 27, 2014

Washington (CNN) - The Obama administration is hoping to make healthy eating easier for Americans by announcing a makeover for all nutrition labels on pre-packaged foods. The Food and Drug Administration’s proposed new rules would be the first upgrade in 20 years and would include changing the serving size and updating the recommended daily guidelines for various nutrients. The guidelines will be announced on Thursday by first lady Michelle Obama in an event at the White House. She has long been focused on getting Americans to have healthier eating habits. “Folks are really starting to think about what they eat and how active they are, so they're scrutinizing labels; they're asking questions; they're changing what they feed their families,” Mrs. Obama...

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Consumer Reports finds soda contains too much carcinogenic chemical without warning labels

January 24, 2014

(http://www.cnn.com)The chemical 4-methylimidazole, or 4-MeI, is often used in sodas, where it appears on ingredients labels as "caramel coloring." But studies have shown that this chemical used in many dark-colored beverages can cause cancer, leading the state of California to limit manufacturers to 29 micrograms of exposure to the compound per day for the average consumer. Companies that fail to comply with this rule will have to label their products, "WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer." In response, soda manufacturers, such as Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, have reformulated their products sold in California to reduce the amount of the chemical used.However, as Consumer Reports recently found, still not all sodas comply with the California...

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The Wisdom of Sharing

December 10, 2013

Imagine a world in which we all shared our gifts and bounty with each other rather than focusing on self preservation.(Daily OM) There are many variations on the story of stone soup, but they all involve a traveler coming into a town beset by famine. The inhabitants try to discourage the traveler from staying, fearing he wants them to give him food. They tell him in no uncertain terms that there’s no food anywhere to be found. The traveler explains that he doesn’t need any food and that, in fact, he was planning to make a soup to share with all of them. The villagers watch suspiciously as he builds a fire and fills a cauldron with water. With great...

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