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The Healthy and Delicious Alternatives to Meat and Dairy
Delicious Alternatives to Meat & Diary Most people would admit that they see the immense benefits of a vegan lifestyle in regard to how much it would improve their health, benefit the environment, and save the lives of countless animals; however the biggest concern for meat eaters is that they would have to sacrifice...
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The Issues Surrounding the Consumption of Genetically Modified Foods
Why is it that Genetically Modified Foods are grabbing recent headlines and vilified by many? Most people are already aware of organic foods, even if they don't understand how they are different. However, this new craze is all about the recent engineering and production of genetically modified or engineered foods (G.M.O. or...
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The Health Threats of Genetically Modified Organisms
What You Don’t Know about GMOs Imagine, a couple years from now, going out to a nice dinner with your boyfriend or girlfriend at your favorite restaurant. You order the wild salmon, with asparagus and rice. Lets also say you order a strawberry margarita ,and for dessert, you decide on the homemade pie and ice cream. Your m...
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Food Traditions and Habits in the United Kingdom, the United States and Russia
Food is not only a pleasure, but also an essential part of our daily life. If we want to be healthy, we should observe a diet. And many countries have their own food traditions. British people usually have four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. A traditional English breakfast is a very big meal. People eat egg...
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The US Government Should Monitor the Fast Food Industry
The fast food industry is taking over America by storm, leading to increased numbers in obesity and diabetes in children. Places like McDonald’s or Wendy’s appeal to a younger crowd using strategies such as the idea of a “Happy Meal”, a meal specifically geared toward children which generally includes a small toy. Kids see...
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An Overview of the Process of Wine Making
The Process of Making Wine Wine making/vinification is a combination of art and science of how to make wine, which has been around for a very long time ago. Vinification is a natural process that requires little human intervention, but each person has their own technique to produce their wine to make them unique from eac...
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An Overview of the Process of Making Craft Beers
The Process of Making Craft Beers Beer is the most consumed alcoholic beverage in the world, and third most popular beverage after water and tea. In the United States, 50 billion pints of beer are consumed annually and $196 million is made in revenue each year (Pattinson, 2010). Today craft breweries make up about 4% of...
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The Rising Demand for Locally Made Food Products
Local is being a big trends in the food service industry for years. Consumer demand for food that is locally produced, marketed, and consumed is generating increased interest in local food throughout the United States. The word local has a variety of meanings to different people. According to the USDA research report in 201...
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The Impact of Food Hubs in the Food Industry
A Food Hub, or also called Food Port, is a current trend in the food industry. It is a great concept, where all the local farmers gather in a place to sell their goods. Food Hubs give many benefits for communities and farmers. Food Hubs help farmers get their products from the field to consumer to table. Therefore, restaura...
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A Description of the Ketogenic Diet and Its Benefits
    The Ketogenic Diet, created in 1924, was originally created to treat epilepsy  but has evolved to benefit individuals with a variety of different illnesses. This diet especially focuses on foods that are high in fat and low in carbohydrates, and is especially appealing to people who are trying to lower their glucose lev...
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Some Advice for Traveling Vegans
    Many vegans have found themselves starving while they are traveling and not being able to find any foods free of animal products on the road. When you have your kitchen organized and a variety of vegan options around your kitchen its difficult to adjust to staying in hotels, spending days in your car, and eating food bo...
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An Argument Against the Proliferation of Vegans in the Country
    There’s nothing wrong with eating meat, I mean, how could it possibly hurt anyone? It’s not like animals are spending their whole lives in obscene, minuscule cages being forced to consume growth hormones and reproduce a ludicrous number of times before they are sickeningly chopped up alive many years before they would n...
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Genetically Modified Organisms in Our Foods Need to Be Banned
GMOs in Our Foods Need to Be Banned An apple a day, keeps the doctor away! Alright, that sounds easy enough. Does this statement still apply if the apple has been genetically modified? We know that Genetically Modified Organisms, more commonly referred to as GMOs are found in processed foods consumed by the masses. If moth...
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The Necessity of Transitioning from Carnivorous to Vegetarian Lifestyles
Flesh-Eating Humans: Why it is Necessary to Change our Appetites Remember that cheeseburger you had the other day? Delicious, right? However, you might not be aware that your tasty third-pounder used nearly 600 gallons of water, might have contained meat fibers from over 100 different cows, and released roughly seven poun...
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A Nutritional Analysis of Personal Diet during the Period of Three Consecutive Days
Nutritional Analysis & Summary “Your body is your temple” are wise words that were once said by B.K.S. Iyengar. Many of us go through our daily lives neglecting to think twice about the things that we eat and drink on a daily basis. Keeping track of my diet for three consecutive days and analyzing the nutritional details...
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Comparing the Contrasting Views and Feelings Towards Nutrition in the Essays Escape from the Western Diet and Food as Thought
The essays, “Escape from the Western Diet” by Michael Pollan, and “Food as Thought: Resisting the Moralization of Eating” by Mary Maxfield could not be more contrasting essays. Pollan writes on his views and feelings towards nutrition, the “Western Diet”, and its repercussions. In response, Maxfield expresses her contrastin...
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The Characterization of the American Culture by the Largest Fast Food Chain, McDonalds
McDonalds Characterizing American Culture McDonalds has now become one of the first things you think of when you hear the word America. Why is that? There are a multitude of reasons, a few being the fact that Americans like things fast and McDonalds can deliver semi-quality food at a fast and cheap pace and that it avaliab...
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Color as a Marketing Tool Used in Fast Food Advertising
While many people spend time cooking and eating within their own households, eating fast food is something everyone does at some point in their lives. In fact, according to DoSomething.org, “at least 1 in 4 people eat some type of fast food every day” (DoSomething.org). We all know the saying, “you are what you eat,” but th...
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The Miracle of Food by Dr. B
Dr. B: Turning Water into Food On Thursday, February 6th, Dr. B – professor of plant physiology – presented a lecture on the effect food production has on water consumption. Dr. B’s lecture was based on a TED talk that he gave in November of 2013 titled “Turning Water into Food”. Dr. B started his lecture with a discussi...
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The Importance of Job Satisfaction in a Business Organization
Food Service Sales Associate and Job Satisfaction I believe that an occupation in which job satisfaction would be particular low is a sales associate/ cashier job at a fast food restaurant, and the restaurant that I will focus on specifically is the corporation of McDonald’s. A study on the resignation of food managers con...
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A Data Collection Method Using O*Net for a Waiter/Waitress
Waiter/waitress My data collection method include a personal structured interview. I used O*Net to develop a general understanding of a typical task-oriented job analysis for a waiter/waitress. I asked general questions such as “how did you find this job,” “what did the application process entail,” and “what are the top fi...
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Schools Should Not Be Allowed to Sell Junk Food to Students
“Serving school lunches has been the responsibility of schools, as mandated by the federal government, since the mid-1940s”, and lunch offered at school serves as the main meal for many children across the country (Junk Food in Schools). Even though “schools generate more than $750 million each year from the sale of junk fo...
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The Reasons Why Genetically Modified Organisms Should Be Discontinued in the United States
People are lining up today to eat food that ultimately comes from the same chemical company that the farmers in Haiti were crying out against. (GMO OMG). In Haiti, GMOs are frown upon due to what it has done to the country overall, and this has affected other countries worldwide. Today, the United States has about 40% of al...
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Humans Should Consume Meat and Animal Products Because of Its Health and Environmental Benefits
For Consumption of Animal Products There has been a lot of controversy over whether or not the consummation of animal products is just and beneficial for human consumption. The abundant physical health benefits that come from meat, poultry and dairy are extremely vital for human health. By consuming meat, people are actual...
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An Overview of the Consumption of Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs in the United States and Its Bad Effects on Our Health
Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, are organisms whose genetic material has been manipulated in a lab by using modern biotechnology and genetic engineering. Genes are injected into the living organisms, and become combinations of genetic material or crossbreeds. GMOs are, for the most part, recognized as unsafe for...
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