This blog is about my pursuit of food I can be proud of eating: for its economic and environmental sustainability, its health benefits, the treatment of the people and animals who are are involved in its journey from field to table, and of course, its wonderful taste.

In my research, I have found that any time industrially grown field corn is added to the equation, the values above are diminished.  Like any large-scale issue, there are, of course, gray areas on this.  I just think its a good place to start the conversation.  Let me know what you think.



  1. tracy.rose@healthline.comSeptember 26, 2013 at 6:40 PM


    Healthline is interested in contributing a guest post to cornfreejuly.blogspot.com. We would be open to contributing any blog that would be of interest to your readers. Healthline bloggers have been featured on a variety of sites including:

    Washington Times: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/tango-mind-and-emotion/2012/aug/10/how-healthy-choices-easy/
    Natural News: http://www.naturalnews.com/036515_diabetes_strawberries_prevention.html
    Patch.com: http://strongsville.patch.com/blog_posts/where-and-what-to-eat-in-cleveland-to-beat-the-winter-blues

    Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

    Warm Regards,


  2. Thanks for the awesome link roundup. It always gets me caught up with all of the latest events.

    Anyway, I just posted a piece of content on my site, “Benefits of Coconut Oil” that I think your link roundup readers would get a ton of value from.

    You can check it out here. http://www.freshbeak.com/blog/coconut-oil/

    Either way, keep up the great work!

    Thanks, Allen