|Study: Mediterranean Diet Can Save Money|
The Atlantic - 3/21/2013. By Lindsay Abrams - The New England Journal of Medicine told us last month that the fresh produce, olive oil, and nut-filled Mediterranean diet confers significant health benefits, reducing the rates of heart attacks and strokes more so than diets that rely on low-fat foods. It's believed to contribute to well-being and feelings of happiness, too.
|Whipping up something good at Sailor’s Rest Farm|
Penobscot Bay Pilot - 3/21/2013. By Kay Stephens - Ladleah Dunn is a sailor and a darn good cook. More importantly, she aims to not take the foodie industry in Maine so seriously or make it too precious. Her culinary adventures stem largely from her own small farm in Lincolnville; what’s ridiculous is how she makes it look so easy.
|New kinds of GM plants and pesticides not being assessed for safety|
GM Watch - 3/21/2013. In a new peer-reviewed paper published by an international team from New Zealand, Brazil, and Australia in the prestigious journal Environment International, the researchers Jack A. Heinemann, Sarah Z. Agapito-Tenfen and Judy A. Carman have found that government safety regulators are failing to consider important risks of new kinds of genetically modified (GM) plants and some emerging co-technologies. (The article concerns plants engineered to make double-stranded RNA, dsRNA, which alters the way genes are expressed.)