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  • Afeltra
    by olivia vachon on December 11, 2015 at 11:06 am

    O Premiato Pastificio del Cavalier Olimpio Afeltra está entre os mais antigos de Gragnano. Foi essa fábrica de massas que, no início do século 19, lançou o formato de massa macaroni, famoso até hoje. The post Afeltra appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • Ricetta Eatalyana: Acqua Pazza
    by olivia vachon on December 10, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    The post Ricetta Eatalyana: Acqua Pazza appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • Entrevista com: José Barattino
    by olivia vachon on December 9, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    José Barattino, chef-executivo do Eataly São Paulo fala sobre alimentos frecos e saídas pra uma alimentação mais saudável. The post Entrevista com: José Barattino appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • DESIGN WEEKEND NO EATALY
    by eatalymanager on June 18, 2015 at 9:25 am

    De 12 a 16 de agosto nossa loja recebe a exposição “comer com os olhos”, feita pela.. The post DESIGN WEEKEND NO EATALY appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • FAÇA SEU EVENTO NO EATALY
    by eatalymanager on June 18, 2015 at 9:25 am

    Nossa Scuola e o Brace Bar & Griglia estão disponíveis para que você faça o seu evento.. The post FAÇA SEU EVENTO NO EATALY appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

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  • Why Vegans Could Be at Risk of Bone Fractures
    by Joel Fuhrman on January 15, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Eating more plants and less animal products can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, and certain forms of cancer. But excluding meat and dairy doesn’t always guarantee good health. Dr. Joel Fuhrman discusses the findings of a recent study on vegan bone health that found vegans were at a greater risk of fractures than meat eaters. Read on to find out what this study really means, and how you can take action to protect your bones and your overall health. The post Why Vegans Could Be at Risk of Bone Fractures appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • Leafy Greens: How to Source, Wash, Store, & Prepare Them
    by Ocean Robbins on January 13, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    For many of us, “eat your greens” is easier said than done. We know they’re incredibly good for our health, but which greens are the healthiest (and best tasting)? How do we select and store greens, so they don’t rot in the fridge before we get to them? And what are the best ways to prepare greens to maximize their nutrition and taste? This article reveals what you need to know about leafy greens. The post Leafy Greens: How to Source, Wash, Store, & Prepare Them appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • Is a Plastic-Free Lifestyle Possible? Tips for Reducing Your Plastic Footprint
    by Ocean Robbins on January 6, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Plastic is a great example of a technological solution that created an even bigger problem. Plastic is cheap, versatile, useful, and convenient. And over the past hundred years, it’s changed our lives in ways almost too fundamental to register. But what are the costs to our health and to the environment? If you want to reduce the amount of plastic in your life (and in your body), where do you start, and how do you go about it? The post Is a Plastic-Free Lifestyle Possible? Tips for Reducing Your Plastic Footprint appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • The Dirty Dozen & Clean 15: The Most & Least Pesticide-Contaminated Produce
    by Ocean Robbins on January 1, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Organic fruits and vegetables cost more than conventional ones — sometimes a lot more. So is it always necessary to choose organic? Or are some conventional fruits and veggies just fine? In this article, we go in-depth into the Environmental Working Group’s report on the 12 dirtiest and 15 cleanest items of produce, so you can make smart decisions to protect yourself and your loved ones from harmful pesticides. The post The Dirty Dozen & Clean 15: The Most & Least Pesticide-Contaminated Produce appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • A Plant-Based Diet Approach to Dealing with Prostate Cancer
    by Bruce Mylrea on December 30, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    A prostate cancer diagnosis can disrupt a man’s life and cause distress for his loved ones. Conventional medical treatments are often necessary, but they leave a lot of proven and valuable healing resources out of the picture. Diet — particularly a plant-based diet — and lifestyle, can lower your risk and improve chances of recovery from prostate cancer. Author Bruce Mylrea shares some of his story and what has helped him in dealing with prostate cancer. The post A Plant-Based Diet Approach to Dealing with Prostate Cancer appeared first on Food Revolution Network.