Great research from University of Otago shows figures of nearly one in 20 and ore-diabetic. This is one issue that we just can't seem to get to grips with. Media commentators are stating we need to 'get real' if we are to get our kids eating raw and unprocessed food and seem to want a simple silver bullet to solve the problem. This will take an entire cultural change and much better awareness of the nutrition and exercise we need as humans
With the recent events around horsemeat illegally entering the food-chain across Europe, this comes as a shock to many in first world countries who think they are immune to unethical companies or adulteration of their food. Given the UK BSE scare many years ago and the supposed world leading controls around sourcing (including barcoding for all cows entering the foodchain), one wonders what use controls are for if those that should follow them can ignore them for greater profits. Systems and quality processes are only as good as those who follow them on the production line and as fellow humans, we assume an element of integrity and trust in those who prepare our food. After the Sanlu milk powder scandal, the current european horsemeat, and now antibiotic concerns from the regulator for KFC in China, who can you trust?
A good laymans read on new theories around different metabolic pathways for sugars which could give us rise for concern as much as fats previously did
The challenges of running a business from New Zealand and using the power of Kiwi dispora to help solve some of the challenges of being near and far from your clients