By: Timothy F. Young In telling of my adventures in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, I didn’t expect I’d be telling the story of a man: Herman Chirihambali Lwango. After all, the Congo is considered by the UN to be the most dangerous place in the world to be a woman, and I was […]
By: Timothy Fitzgerald Young Trademark law is little bit like tax law; few understand it and there is an industry of accountants, government employees and attorneys dedicated to interpreting, litigating, and resolving conflicts. For small and large business owners alike, trademarks are one of the most valuable tools one can utilize to protect a […]
Timothy Young talks to Vic McCarty about his concerns with the Huffington Post and Chipotle Mexican Grill, and why brand and trademark are important to small businesses like Food for Thought. Click the link below to listen to the full interview. Timothy Young Trademark Interview; WMKT with Vic McCarty
Food for Thought VERSUS Huffington Post and Chipotle Dear Food For Thought Friends: We need your help! A large corporate entity is infringing on our trademark. It does not make it easier that they are an entity I respect, and it is for a good cause. It is infringement just the same. The Huffington Post […]
Below is a table of 43 fruits and vegetables that were tested by the Environmental Working Group for pesticide residue. The foods are ranked from worst to best (descending) and the chart will tell you what percentage of that particular fruit/vegetable had pesticides on it and how many pesticides could be detected on each fruit/vegetable.
I often hear friends say “I’d like to eat organic, but it’s just too expensive.” Well, if you are reading this I doubt I have to tell you of the dangers of the pesticides, herbicides and fungicides sprayed on our foods. And you may also know that the jury is now in on the fact […]
A new study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, showed that organic dairy and meat products in a mother’s diet positively affect the nutritional quality of her breast milk-markedly increasing beneficial fatty acids.
A new study in The Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry found that organic tomatoes are twice as high in flavanoids as conventional tomatoes. Flavanoids protect against heart disease and other chronic ailments. Researchers analyzed and compared organic to conventional tomatoes over a ten year period.