1. Bad Vibes


    from everydaypeople Added 9 1 0

    This is an animation designed and created by young people from Failsworth Q Youth Centre in Oldham, Greater Manchester. This animation is about toxins that are a threat to young people's health, we hope you find it enjoyable and informative.

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    • Where Does It Come From?


      from Lillian Medville Added 192 0 0

      Often we only see the processed version of food. We never get to see the raw, original version before it is cut, butchered, washed, waxed, blended, colored, and mixed to be ready for our plates. But it's important that we know where our food comes from. It will change how we see and relate to our food.

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      • Sugar - Health Nuts


        from www.KORDUROY.tv Added 13K 188 2

        In this episode learn how to make your own fruit infused water. Fruit water is a refreshing and delicious way to chill out while cutting your sugar intake. Sugar is the drug of modern times. We consume 37 times more of it today than we did just over 100 years ago. When given a choice between sugar and cocaine, lab rats choose sugar. Its over consumption has been linked to cancer, osteoperosis, impaired eye sight, higher cholestrol and food allergies. Added sugar is found in nearly all processed foods and Americans consume the majority of it through soft drinks. Many people feel that fruit is health and in moderation it is but it's important to realize that modern fruit has been hybridized over the centuries and is now much higher in sugar than its recent ancestors. Recipe - adopted from http://www.theyummylife.com/Flavored_Water Ingredients - fruit -- 2 cups berries, citrus, melons, pineapple...most fruits will work (see recommended amounts in directions) - herbs -- a sprig of mint, basil, sage, rosemary, tarragon, thyme, or lavender - water (tap or filtered) - ice - 2 quart pitcher or jar with lid - muddler or wooden spoon General formula for whatever fruit/herb combo you desire. 1. If using herbs, add a sprig of fresh herbs to jar/pitcher; press and twist with muddler or handle of wooden spoon to bruise leaves and release flavor; don't pulverize the herbs into bits. 2. Add approx. 2 cups of fruit to jar/pitcher; press and twist with muddler or handle of wooden spoon, just enough to release some of the juices 3. Fill jar/pitcher with ice cubes. 4. Add water to top of jar/pitcher. 5. Cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days. Suggested flavor combinations: Pineapple Mint -- Add a sprig of mint to the jar (you can throw in the whole sprig; or, remove the leaves from the sprig, if you prefer to have the mint swimming around and distributing in the jar). Muddle the mint. Add 2 cups pineapple pieces, muddle, add ice & water. Watermelon Rosemary -- Add rosemary sprig to jar & muddle. Add 2 cups watermelon cubes; muddle, add ice and water. Host Elise Purcell For more on Elise's nutritional counseling, check out http://integrationforlife.com/. She is also an amazing certified Rolfer - http://www.handsofintegration.com/. Camera/Edit James Campbell Producer Cyrus Sutton Music "Cold Piano" Gabby and Lopez For more episode on health and DIY, check out KorduroyTV's Health Nuts series - www.Korduroy.TV

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        • Avoid Processed


          from hiSbe Food CIC Added 2 0 0

          One of hiSbe's 8 Everyday Choices.

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          • Fizzy's Lunch Lab: Bob Lazy


            from CloudKid Added 1,061 1 0

            Just as Professor Fizzy kicks off the episode, an unexpected guest bursts through the doors. “Yee-hah!” it's Bob Lazy, the larger-than-life salesman and owner of Lazy Bob Meals--frozen foods that are good for ya! Fizzy does a quick scan with the Lunch Lab goggles, and it's bad news for Bob: Lazy Bob Meals, like most frozen foods, have WAY too much salt and sodium. But lucky for Bob, Fizzy has a fresh and healthy alternative ready to hit the shelves. Bobby is back in business!

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            • The Principle of Wholeness: Food is Your Best Medicine


              from Charley Cropley Added 41 1 0

              Watch as Dr. Charley Cropley and Grace Purusha talk about "whole" foods.

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              • Baloney


                from Caroline Rumley Added

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                • Breaking: Obama Promised to Label GMOs


                  from Food Democracy Now! Added 13.4K 14 4

                  While on the campaign trail in 2007, Barack Obama promised to label GMO foods if elected. Now's the time! Today, an estimated 80% of processed foods contain GMOs. Tell President Obama you agree that the U.S. needs GMO labeling "because Americans should know what they're buying". For the past 20 years, Americans have been denied the right to know what's in their food. Help make this the Change We Can Believe In: http://action.fooddemocracynow.org/sign/label_gmos_now/

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                  • Fitsquad - Prepared Foods


                    from Fit Squad Added 13 0 0

                    Fitsquads nutritionist Neil Barrett gives his expert advice on prepared foods and what to look out for. For more nutritional videos like this check out http://fitsquad.ie or call 087 7914876

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                    • Hungry in the Hood: Twinkie Tuna Salad


                      from Turnstyle Video Added 471 0 0

                      What if you had to buy all of your groceries at your local convenience store? For about 23.5 million people in the US who live in neighborhoods without easy access to fresh food, or 'food deserts,' this is often a day-to-day reality. In 'Hungry in the Hood,' we take a farcical look at what interesting culinary delights are possible without regular access to fresh groceries. In this episode, we show you how a Twinkie can be a lot more than just a snack food.

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