We are all busy, so we want nourishing food that is yummy and fast, with less kitchen prep and less dishes to wash after the meal. We count on a modern food chain that is supervised by government safety regulations to pamper us with convenient and healthy food options as we rush through our days.
In response to consumer needs and demands, many food companies are introducing new health foods options and reformulating older products to appear more wholesome. But are we really getting healthier food products? Can we know what exactly we are eating by carefully reading the food labels?
The easiest way to balance your gut microbiome: Play Gutsy
Gutsy is a fun card game for kids and adults. It helps players learn about the community of microbes that live in our guts, known as the gut microbiome. Gutsy is based on the various ways we interact with those microbes on a daily basis and turns those interactions into a fun and educational game.
No recommended food lists, no menus, and no presumptuous guidelines. This was not really written as a diet book, but it should be required reading as a baseline for every dieter. If you use a diet to support wellness – you will benefit from this insightful book.
Leave it up to art to liberate us from polite inhibitions and allow us to talk about poop. These days, the microbiome is the hippest word in science. Published research has been documenting how our gut bacteria effects every aspect of our health and well-being.
Now poop is showing up in the art world.
Design Academy Eindhoven presented recently “Eat Shit” at the Salone del Mobile – the first exhibition of the new department Food Non Food, directed by Marije Vogelzang. Eat Shit by D.A.E @ Salone Milan 2015