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A Lame Argument for Unlabeled Popcorn

March 18, 2011 by Joyce Bunderson

Dr. Grandma discusses the need for nutrition label on theater popcorn and other concession items.

Deceitful, Despicable and Disgusting

February 25, 2011 by Mary Ireland

I thought I’d play on the alliteration of Dr. Grandma’s last blog, Feet, Forks and Fat — Protecting Our Children to express my reaction to the information in Killer at Large: Why Obesity Is America’s Greatest Threat. There is a lot of great information in this documentary and it leads me to consider the actions […]

Feet, Forks, Fat – Protecting our Children

February 23, 2011 by Joyce Bunderson

Dr. Grandma discusses why we need to replace calorie dense food with foods close to nature to help our children out of the childhood obesity epidemic.

Don’t Sell Our Kids Short – Avoid Number Two

February 16, 2011 by Joyce Bunderson

Dr. Grandma discusses foods that are advertised for kids. In addition, she shares a recipe for Lemony Tarragon Chicken Vegetable Soup.

Are We Being Robbed?

June 30, 2010 by Joyce Bunderson

Dr. Grandma shares her passion against highly processed ‘fudes.’ In addition, she gives two recipes using real mangoes – salsa and chutney.

A Rat’s Eye View of the Recent Junk-Food Study

June 2, 2010 by Victor Bunderson

Dr. Grandpa writes concerning a conversation that he had with some rats regarding eating different diets. 🙂 Dr. Grandma shares a flavorful revision of one of her previously posted recipes using tofu.

Full Food Cost Accounting: Part 2. Designing Foods for Craving

April 16, 2010 by Victor Bunderson

Dr. Grandpa discusses ‘Designing Foods for Craving’ in the second part of a series about the real full cost of subsidized commodities that end up as processed and junk food. Dr. Grandma shares a recipe for Exotic papaya and Wheat Berries.

Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!

March 3, 2010 by Joyce Bunderson

Dr. Grandma shares information and ideas for practical ways to reduce intake of empty-calorie sugars. Included are recipes for whole wheat shortcake and fruit desserts.

Yumminess — Challenging Hedonistic Foodland

February 1, 2010 by Victor Bunderson

Dr. Grandpa, who’s Ph.D. is in psychology, tells us a bit about hedonics and the hyperpalatability of American Industrial food as compared with yummy real whole, non-processed foods.