Category Archives: Health/Diet

Fake Chicken

Food scientists continue to amaze me. Apparently, they have recently created a chicken-like substance out of soy. You can read more about it here. Now, vegetarians can continue to enjoy the taste of chicken without having to actually kill chickens. … Continue reading

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Michael Pollan Interview

Michael Pollan, a journalist who has looked in-depth into food and the food industry in several of his books, recently did a short interview (about 6 minutes) with CNN. In it, he fields questions about some of the topics he … Continue reading

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Eating (Real) Food

In addition to being vegetarian for the month of January, I undertook the very difficult endeavor of not eating any processed food. This was quite difficult, much more so than being vegetarian. Being vegetarian was a discipline of the will … Continue reading

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Being Vegetarian

For the month of January, I decided I would be a vegetarian. I cannot pin down one particular reason for choosing to do this but rather several reasons. First, as I have read at length about food and as I … Continue reading

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Sick Animals = Sick People

Another article about food today. This one explores the relationship between factory-farmed animals and humans in regards to sickness and disease. The writer, Jonathan Safran Foer believes that all the illness and sicknesses people endure are directly linked to the food … Continue reading

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Conditioned to Eat Unhealthy?

I have blogged about food for some time now. But I will today. I read a fascinating article on ESPN.com of all places. I highly recommend reading it. But here’s the gist of it. The journalist attends a Washington Nationals … Continue reading

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The Gnostic Pastor

At just about every seminary, emphasis is placed upon the holistic development of the student, not only intellectually, but also spiritually. Some would refer to this as the maturity of both head and heart. The concept of holistic development is … Continue reading

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