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Is No-Kill Caviar Ethical?

Caviar, at one time the fanciest food of them all, might be tasty (depending on who you ask) but it's never been very ethical. Now, a new technique is giving us no-kill caviar. But do we want it? T…

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Genetically-Modified Salmon Insufficiently Tested for Safety

The US Food and Drug Administration is in the process of assessing genetically-modified salmon created by the US-based corporation AquaBounty Technologies for possible approval for human consumption. …

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New Book, The ‘Pescetarian Plan,’ Says Pescatarianism is Healthiest

Appearing on bookshelves just in time for Lent is a new book from Janis Jibrin, RD, 'The Pescetarian Plan.' Taking healthy eating principles from both Mediterranean and Japanese diets, the book outlin…

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Safeway, Kroger Say ‘No’ to Genetically-Modified Salmon

The two largest American grocery chains, Safeway and Kroger, join the growing list of grocery stores that are saying "no" to genetically-modified (GM) salmon.  According to a story in the Los Angeles …

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Why Seahorses Are One of the Deadliest Creatures in the Sea

It's not sharks. It's not barracuda. It's not bluefin tuna. No, one of the deadliest creatures in the sea is not a species we even think of as a predator at all. It is the seahorse. Here, I'll give…

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9 Food Pairings that Fight Disease

By Matthew Kadey, MSC, RD, Experience Life Over the last few decades, there has been a mountain of research on the healing powers of individual compounds in foods, such as lycopene, vitamin D and…

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Tell Supermarkets No to Frankenfish

It's time to take a stand and tell major U.S. supermarkets to boycott  genetically engineered salmon commonly referred to as "Frankenfish."  Many major stores, including Target, Trader Joe's and Whole…

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12 Fish You Should Probably Never Eat

A few years ago, I was at a sustainable seafood conference held in New York. The place was buzzing with equal parts excitement (surrounding innovations in aquaculture and sustainable fish stocks) and …

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Most Renters Have Pets, Despite Challenges

There has been a massive leap in pet-owning renters. That's if a survey by Apartments.com is to be believed, which found that 75 percent of renters they contacted said they are pet owners, up from 43 …

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The Last Fish

When I was a child, I was taught that killing fish was supposed to be relaxing. It was a time to bond with family and friends; a game, or rather a sport, called “fishing”. Thankfully this lesson di…

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