“Food marketers are well aware of the kind of differences amongst these technologies in terms of which ones we like and which ones we don’t like.” Dr. Tyler Davis, a neuroscience researcher at Texas Tech, helps us understand of the high-risk food technologies that he has researched and shares tips on how we can overcome food bullying by understanding more about the brain.Read More
Hunger. Food Banks. Giving to the food insecure – and not just at Thanksgiving or through the holidays. “Hunger is not seasonal.” Plus an honest look at food expiration dates, how they’re not regulated, and food waste.Read More
Neuroscience. Pretty pictures on food. Elephants and the emotional brain. How are these related? Neuromarketing is one of the biggest bullies as you make eating choices – and manipulating the way you think and feel about food & farming.Read More
In this birthday episode for Michele, Eliz gifts her ideas to reduce stress. As an expert in the health arena, Eliz has new research to show WHY we’re stressed – and offers practical tips for everyone to reduce their cortisol to get stress under control for better health.Read More
“We are trained to think that if something is going to cost us more, there must be more value in it.”
Fear-mongering is one of the reasons why our food costs have gone up. Misleading food labels have swayed the market and have driven up food prices, points out anti-hunger advocate Diane in this podcast episode.