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Smart Woman: Foods Nutritionists Never Eat

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 (Ivanhoe Newswire) - "I won't eat cereal with food coloring and that's the truth," Amy Jamison Petonic, RD, tells Ivanhoe. "The one food that I tell people not to eat at all is going to be processed meats," says Dietician Tanya Edwards, RD. That' Full story

Marilyn Monroe immortalized – in rice paddy

  Rice growers in Japan have created a unique rice paddy that depicts the iconic image of Marilyn Monroe in “The Seven Year Itch.”

India school tragedy raises questions for Gandhi's food plan

RAIPUR/PATNA, India (Reuters) - The deaths of at least 23 Indian children poisoned after eating a free school meal has triggered an outcry over food safety just as the ruling Congress party is set to launch an ambitious plan to feed 800 million poor, with an eye on elections due within a year. Full story

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  Obama defies critics, nominates Susan Rice

Melissa Harris-Perry says her favorite moment of “presidential swagger” this week was nominating Susan Rice to replace the departing Tom Donilon as National Security Advisor.

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President Obama is making bold nominations, from the federal court to Susan Rice. Steve Kornacki and the Up panel discusses.

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Must-Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from David Ignatius' latest Washington Post column on Susan Rice as national security adviser. The Morning Joe panel then discusses the wisdom of naming her to the post and if it makes up for Rice not being named as secretary of state.

  Obama appoints Susan Rice, Samantha Power

President Obama has named Susan Rice the new national security adviser and Samantha Power the new U.N. ambassador, appointing the two women to an administration that is sometimes criticized for its mostly male inner circle. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

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Prices of different types of rice offered for sale are displayed at a market in central Bangkok

Prices of different types of rice offered for sale are displayed at a market in central Bangkok, July 26, 2013. Bids in Thailand's first tender to sell rice from national stocks in nearly 10 months could be well below the amount it paid for the grain under a controversial intervention scheme, forcin

Thai rice vendors wait for customers at a market in central Bangkok
Thai rice vendors wait for customers at a market in central Bangkok

Thai rice vendors wait for customers at a market in central Bangkok, July 26, 2013. Bids in Thailand's first tender to sell rice from national stocks in nearly 10 months could be well below the amount it paid for the grain under a controversial intervention scheme, forcing the government to take big

A Thai vendor hands change back to a customer buying rice at a market in central Bangkok
A Thai vendor hands change back to a customer buying rice at a market in central Bangkok

A Thai vendor hands change back to a customer buying rice at a market in central Bangkok, July 26, 2013. Bids in Thailand's first tender to sell rice from national stocks in nearly 10 months could be well below the amount it paid for the grain under a controversial intervention scheme, forcing the g

A Thai vendor weighs a bag of rice at a market in central Bangkok
A Thai vendor weighs a bag of rice at a market in central Bangkok

A Thai vendor weighs a bag of rice at a market in central Bangkok, July 26, 2013. Bids in Thailand's first tender to sell rice from national stocks in nearly 10 months could be well below the amount it paid for the grain under a controversial intervention scheme, forcing the government to take big l