Melody Baetens The Detroit News Published 5:17 PM EDT May 15, 2019 Dining calendar Beer dinner TAP at MGM Grand Detroit: A five-course beer dinner featuring craft beer from Founders and Witches Hat brewing. 7 p.m. Thurs. $60. 1777 Third, Detroit. (313) 465-1234. Classic Cocktails at Grosse Pointe War Memorial: Master six summer cocktails with spirit expert and sommelier Michael A. Schafer. 7-8:30 p.m. Thurs. $47. 32 Lake Shore, Grosse Pointe Farms. warmemorial.org. BeaverTails food truck in Dearborn: Canadian dessert food truck BeaverTails will bring its hand-stretched pastries to Dearborn Heights this month for Ramadan. Shaped like a beaver’s tail, the giant dessert comes in a classic flavor with cinnamon and sugar, plus tricked-out flavors like chocolate and pretzel, brownie, bananarama, apple pie and more. The truck also serves poutine, fries and other treats. 11:45 p.m.-4 a.m. Fri.-Sat. in May and also June 1. Outside Hype Athletic, 23302 W. … [Read more...] about Food and drink events coming up in Metro Detroit
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By Christine Sismondo Special to the Star Sun., March 24, 2019 Is our food going over to the dark side? This month, Starbucks released the Teavana black sesame tea latté (made from black sesame sauce), the latest addition to a slew of sensational black foods, including pizza crusts and cold-pressed juices (coloured with activated charcoal) and a black vodka called “Hounds,” rendered dark by the addition of something called “fulvic” and “humic acids.” Although restaurants mainly offer black foods as part of a social media strategy, their success is also piggy-backed on vague associations with health claims. Activated charcoal, black sesame and fulvic acid, for example, can all be bought as health supplements to help with detoxification (charcoal), nutrient-deficiency (sesame) and gut health (fulvic acid). Are foods that are dark in colour really better for us? Or just better for Instagramming? We spoke to the … [Read more...] about What’s the deal with all the black food and drink?
Monday, March 04, 2019 by: Vicki Batts Tags: Aluminum, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, detox, goodfood, goodhealth, Silicon, silicon water, toxic ingredients, toxins, vaccines (Natural News) Aluminum is the most abundant metal found in the earth’s crust, though it is always found in combination with other elements such as oxygen or silicon. As a metal, it is used in a variety of common goods such as cans and cookware. But aluminum compounds often find themselves in a variety of other applications, such as water treatment, antacids, antiperspirants, cosmetics, buffered aspirin and a number of food additives. Aluminum salts are also used in a number of vaccines as adjuvants, which supposedly serve to help provoke the immune system. Every day, we are all exposed to aluminum through the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and even from the ground beneath our feet. According to the CDC’s Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), the average … [Read more...] about You’re being poisoned with ALUMINUM… but silicon-rich foods and enhanced water can help your body eliminate it quickly
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Eat Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Eat | To Fight Fatty Liver, Avoid Sugary Foods and Drinks Supported by Children with fatty liver disease sharply reduced the amount of fat and inflammation in their livers by cutting soft drinks, fruit juices and foods with added sugars. ByAnahad O’Connor Jan. 22, 2019 Overweight children with fatty liver disease sharply reduced the amount of fat and inflammation in their livers by cutting soft drinks, fruit juices and foods with added sugars from their diets, a rigorous new study found. The new research, published in JAMA on Tuesday, suggests that limiting sugary foods and drinks may be a promising lifestyle strategy to help alleviate a devastating condition linked to the obesity crisis that is spreading rapidly in adults and children. An estimated 80 million to 100 million Americans have nonalcoholic fatty … [Read more...] about To Fight Fatty Liver, Avoid Sugary Foods and Drinks
Marcy de Luna, Houston Chronicle Updated 11:55 am PST, Wednesday, December 19, 2018 What's coming down the pike in for restaurants, bars, and consumers this new year? International restaurant consultants Baum+Whiteman publish an annual report predicting the top food and beverage trends for the year ahead. >>> Click through to see the 13 hottest food and drink trends for 2019. less What's coming down the pike in for restaurants, bars, and consumers this new year? International restaurant consultants Baum+Whiteman publish an annual report predicting the top food and beverage trends ... more Photo: Na L./Yelp Photo: Na L./Yelp Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 What's coming down the pike in for restaurants, bars, and consumers this new … [Read more...] about Here are the 13 hottest food and drink trends for 2019