New Menu Excites Food Police, Not Students
(December 30th, 2011)
You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t force him to drink. That old adage is proving true when it comes to improving school lunches. The Los Angeles Times recently examined the failure of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s introduction of … Continue reading
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Video: Lawyer Grills Girl
(December 28th, 2011)

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Video: Food Police Smashing Your Choices
(December 28th, 2011)
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Video: What is The Center for Consumer Freedom?
(December 28th, 2011)

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Sports: The Next Public Health Crisis?
(December 28th, 2011)
Historically, the public health community targeted infectious diseases to which people cannot control exposure and transmission. The results are longer lives for most Americans. Of course, the fortunate success of public health also means that Americans who might have otherwise … Continue reading
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What Do the Pros Think About Salt Hype? Check Their Eating Habits…
(December 22nd, 2011)
As we noted yesterday, it’s been a banner year for the essential nutrient the food scolds call “the deadly white powder you already snort.” Prestigious journals have released multiple studies finding that moderate intakes of salt are associated with the … Continue reading
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Year in Review: Salt
(December 21st, 2011)
2011 proved to be a very active year for the issue of salt. Last year, we saw New York City’s meddlesome bureaucracy announce a “voluntary” campaign to reduce sodium in food (though not the mayor’s plate, apparently). But it appears this mineral will be vindicated. … Continue reading
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You Don’t Need a “Market Shift” to Buy Safe Cosmetics
(December 19th, 2011)
The worrywarts at the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (a project affiliated with the Environmental Working Group) released their “Market Shift” report at the beginning of the month, and it contained what we’ve come to expect from these organic-obsessed activists. Continue reading
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Year in Review: High Fructose Corn Syrup
(December 19th, 2011)
As the year closes, we’ll offer some looks back at how issues have developed and progressed over the last year. We’re starting with high fructose corn syrup. You know, that natural sweetener that bloggers and Internet denizens like to beat … Continue reading
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Quote of the Week
(December 5th, 2011)
It’s past time for the salt scaremongering to stop. Haven’t the food police read one new study after the next casting serious doubt on the food activists and bureaucrats who think salt is a silent “killer” that should be controlled? According to an author of … Continue reading
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