Meat labels are showing up in the cold section of your local grocery store.
Written by Deborah Aldridge
What is a Locavore? It's generally defined as someone who only eats food grown within 200 miles of their home, while Hyperlocavores may reduce that to 50 miles or less. More and more people are buying local, not only to avoid the chemicals and GMO's prevalent in factory farmed food, but also because the further produce is shipped, the more nutrition it loses. To supply locavores with food grown closer to home, urban farms are springing up in back yards and abandoned lots all across the country.
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The hCG diet was a non-traditional diet created and introduced in the 1950's, and reintroduced to the mainstream as the cure for obesity. It was a short-term solution to a long-term problem. This delighted dieters with a quick way to "reset" their metabolisms and lose weight, but what exactly is the hCG diet?
Although it is a weight-loss diet, there's more to it than that.