According to a new study How Food Affects Political Regimes, the more protein-rich, high-quality foods appear in a society's diet, the higher the likelihood of democratic reforms.
Over the past year we have heard lots of talk about forming a stronger bond with our nemesis Russia to better control world stability, and how their government hacked various governmental and personal email accounts – and how for the most part we have felt helpless. That might just change as a new study published in Science Daily, How Food Affects Political Regimes and presented at the World Association for Public Opinion Research in Moscow mid-September, might give us a clue just how to combat these threats in an even more powerful and long term way.
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Lee Kum Kee Panda Brand Ready Sauce Korean BBQ Stir-Fry is a HIT!
This is one terrific sauce! Clean authentic flavor and makes it so easy to make a Korean BBQ. First ingredient is sugar and two tablespoons are 70 calories, 14 grams of sugars and whopping 850 mgs of sodium. Use sparingly and you'll be well satisfied. Full review.