26 different organizations sent lobbyists to Capitol Hill in recent months to tell members of Congress how to vote on Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act. Among these are gas station companies, pizza restaurant chains, the parent company of Dunkin Donuts, and marketing associations.
In common terms, it’s often called creeping charlie, gill over the-ground, haymaids, or ground ivy. More often than not, though, gardeners don’t even know its name. They simply call it that plant that won’t stop growing into my flower bed and taking over. They certainly don’t call it salad greens, but they could.
Is it possible to improve our overall health at all, or can we only shift between a relative emphasis on mortality and quality of life?