Fresh Food Facts will show you how to select food and store it at home as well as view full nutritional infomation on many of the food groups; choose from the meat, seafood, nuts & seeds, produce and other departments.
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 8/13/2002
We realize that our patrons are from all around the world and unfortunately we don't have access to all the same products and this makes cooking difficult. This information should make the task of substituting what you have for what you need a little easier.
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 1/29/2003
Experts suggest that natural does not mean it is completely safe. Everything you put in your mouth has the potential to interact with something else. The medication that is taken by mouth travels through the digestive system in much the same way as food and herbs taken orally do. So, when a drug is mixed with food or another herb, each can alter the way the body metabolizes the other. Some drugs interfere with the body's ability to absorb nutrients. Similarly, some herbs and foods can lessen or increase the impact of a drug.
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 12/4/2012
It's no wonder our population is nutritionally deficient. We wouldn't think about putting poor quality fuel in our autos because they would sputter and cough; eventually we'd need a tow truck. But that's essentially what you're doing if you buy commercial food. What's commercial food you ask? Your typical middle class grocery store.
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