Nearly 50 million Americans get sick every year from eating food contaminated with bacteria, parasites, or viruses. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 128,000 of these cases require hospitalization and 3,000 result in death. According to a November 2015 CDC report, foodborne illness outbreaks occur twice a month on average in…
Go on a sugar-free diet! Get a list of what to eat and to avoid
No Sugar Free Food Guide of What to Eat, What to Avoid. Are you trying to follow a sugar-free diet but not sure what foods are okay to eat? We’ve created an easy-to-follow infographic of “yes”, “no”, and “limit” foods to help guide you. It features all the foods you can enjoy as well as some key sugar-rich culprits you should avoid (dried fruit, we’re looking at you!).
Does Washing Fruits and Vegetables Prevent Foodborne Illnesses?
What to do with elderberries– a guide to foraging, preserving, and turning them into food, drink and medicine | And Here We Are - Elderberries are a fantastic food with a lot of great medicinal properties. In this post, I share a bunch of ideas about what to do with #elderberries, and the basics of picking and getting them ready to use.
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