Mainstream Meadia & Food Blogging
A new feature article at BlogSoop that I spent far too long writing:
An ecclesiastical history of the food web, the media’s response to online restaurant criticism, and why Mario Batali is an idiot.
a blog by doug cress
According to research, sunflower seeds may help lower high blood pressure. Spanish researchers tested a fatless sunflower seed meal in an experiment that mimicked the body's digestive process. The seed meal released bioactive peptides that inhibited the production of an enzyme that contributes to high blood pressure. The researchers believe that whole sunflower seeds could have the same effect.
A newer study Health Psychology involving 133 UCSD students shows “in your face” intervention actually resulted in sun-smart behavior for a full year.