1. How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food - The New ...


    16.09.2017 · As growth slows in wealthy countries, Western food companies are aggressively expanding in developing nations, contributing to obesity and health problems.

  2. Say's Law and Supply Side Economics - Friesian School


    Say's Law and Supply Side Economics. It should be known that at the beginning of a dynasty, taxation yields a large revenue from small assessments.

  3. Orthorexia Essay | Orthorexia


    Here’s a way of doing blind food challenges, that tries to get around that problem of the conditioned nocebo effect: Do 10 (or however many) challenges.

  4. The Ultimate Burrito - The Perfect Food Unit


    The Ultimate Burrito has all your nutrients from 9 whole ingredients in the most cost effective, time efficient, and environmentally friendly form.

  5. Five Steps to Writing a Good For and Against Essay | Blog ...


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  6. The Gift of Death – George Monbiot


    10.12.2012 · Pathological consumption has become so normalised that we scarcely notice it. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 11th December 2012

  7. Why We Say "NO" to Homework - Starlighting ...


    12.09.2012 · Heather, I agree completely with what you say in your article. I have to say though, that what worries me even more are the situations in which parents ...

  8. You Weren't Meant to Have a Boss - Paul Graham


    March 2008, rev. June 2008 Technology tends to separate normal from natural. Our bodies weren't designed to eat the foods that people in rich countries eat, or to get ...

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  10. Book Review: The Hungry Brain | Slate Star Codex


    [Content note: food, dieting, obesity] I. The Hungry Brain gives off a bit of a Malcolm Gladwell vibe, with its cutesy name and pop-neuroscience style.