In this week's episode, we talk about how food connects to all aspects of our behaviors and our bodies, which means we need to look at ways to be inclusive when we talk about food. How are food movements like WFPB and veganism inclusive and exclusive? How do we meet people where they are, give … Continue reading Whole Foods, Whole Bodies: How Can We Be More Inclusive Around Food? (Hungry Siblings Podcast Episode 6)
Welcome to our second installment of the HSB Weekly Food News Round-Up! Media to "Just Go Read/Listen/Watch": Marion Nestle is semi-retiring from teaching , and did this marvelously thought-provoking interview with Civil Eats A friend of Madison's from college is a part of a feminist socialist podcast called Season of the Bitch, and they've put … Continue reading Weekly Food News Round-Up 6/7/18
Please enjoy the first installment of the Food News Round-Up with HSB! This is Madison. I usually start at the Food Politics blog by Marion Nestle, and I was so intrigued to find a recent post about pay inequality in food businesses! The difference in pay for CEOs and workers is so drastically different, the … Continue reading Weekly Food News Round-Up 5/31/18
Anyone reading this blog who has ever tried to lose weight (or gain it, too, I suppose) has probably tried “tracking” in one form or another: diet tracking, calorie counting, fitness tracking in all its new and various forms. I certainly have. I have counted my calories (both on paper and with an app), I … Continue reading “Tracking” Apps: Madison’s Thoughts
This video was floating around on my facebook feed this week. It talks about how people act more strongly on survival instinct and emotion rather than fact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S74C-XF9kYY This video uses politics as an example of this phenomenon. We've all been at those gatherings where some political topic comes up and it's the most awkward social … Continue reading Why Doesn’t Anyone Talk About Food?