What happens to sugar after it is baked? Does Glucose, Fructose, Sucrose have the same chemical properties after baking or do they become similar at the end? More theory than practice as I don't bake much anymore.
I apologize in advance if this is a previously asked question. I tried searching here on Paleohacks for MCS, chemical sensitivities, etc. but wasn't able to locate any similar posts. I also haven't been able to find much in the way of blog posts... (more)
I have switched my diet to be more paleo over the past 3 weeks. Since my switch I have noticed when I would consume processed foods when I cheated, I could taste chemicals. What is the cause of that? About the only thing I really crave now... (more)
Kinda amazing isn't it? We were so tuned to accept what we were being given. I mean, I used to be a soda maniac -- now it tastes terrible, the cabonation makes me gassy and bloated... How did I use to drink 3-4 a day?
If so, what were your results? I am going to try it for a month or two too see if it helps me get rid of my rosacea. The diet is very limited and I would have to eliminate most vegetables and fruit as well as important sources of fat from olive... (more)
So, most of us have the perspective of Paleo being about food - eating organic, free-range, grass-fed, etc. Another perspective is eschewing chemicals we ingest or are subjected to or otherwise are harmful environmentally - laundry detergent,... (more)
Oh God! This is literally the first time I have ever thought about how chemically fuelled the rest of my life is. Not just what I put IN my body but what I put ON my body, in my hair, on my dishes, in my home! WOW! I mean, I buy the non-chemically... (more)
I am not generally a fan of Dr Oz. But my wife watches all the time and recorded a 12 min piece on Alzheimer's. Dr Oz had a medical researcher from Rhode Island Hospital Dr. Suzanne de la Monte and current surgeon general of the US as... (more)
I was speaking with someone this morning who used to be involved in poultry processing. He told me that typically, after a chicken is slaughtered and eviscerated, the meat is then dipped in a chemical bath to kill germs. He also said that... (more)
The use of these chemicals is regulated in the United States by FSIS-USDA (Food Safety and Inspection Service of the US Dept. of Agriculture). The relevant regulations are contained in FSIS Directive 7120.1 which you can find on the web... (more)