vegetable advertising


 "HOW TO BE HAPPY“, is 32-pages long and contains a mix of advertisements, product testimonials and medical and mental advice for women. The cover shows Lydia E. Pinkham (Born 1819, Died 1883) with her Great Grandaughter and Great, Great Grandson. Contents include:

- Avoid Pain
- Are You Happy?
- Nerves and Hot Flashes
- The Blue Bird of Happiness
- She Was A Real Woman
- Was in Bed Three Months
- The Message Of The Blue Bird
- From Mother of Ten
- Little Stories From Everyday Life
- Health Is The Foundation of Happiness
- Seven Rules of Health
- Two More Women Helped- At the Age of 55
- Mill Worker Depends Upon Vegetable Compound
- Mother and Daughter Take It - Works Every Day Now
- "My Nerves Were Bad”
- Working Women Depend on Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
- Work In Harmony With Others
- One Woman Tells Another
- Ask Your Friends
- Her Pimples Are Going Away
- Happy Middle Age - At Change of Life
- For Women in their Fifties
- After Childbirth
- “I Was Very Irregular”
- The Happiness of Wedding Bells
- From Mother of Nine
- Don’t Be A Worrier
- “I Feel Twice as Strong”
- How A Toilet Goods Agent Keeps on Her Feet
- The Happiness of Motherhood
- Healthy Mothers Have Healthy Babies
- Get Out Of Doors - Take A Walk
- From Busy Mother of Ten
- Mrs. Gallagher Does Her Washing Now
- Had Hot Flashes
- Learn To Save Your Strength
- Weak After Childbirth
- Let The Children Help You
- Did You Ever See A Kettle That Holds 5000 Gallons?
- Keep Up Your Courage
- From A Registered Nurse - Doctor Recommended It
- Nature Yields To Nature’s Remedies
- The Most Common Ailment In The World - Don’t Suffer From Constipation
- Glowing Health Brings Beauty
- 98 Out of 100 Women Report Benefit
- “It Does More Than You Say”
- Be Cheerful


Good morning, people of Musutafu!

We recommend everyone take a trip to Kachidoki Street to visit the amazing vendors. Their produce is all freshly picked and provides a plethora of choices.

Come down and support your local community! Learn some new recipes and cooking tips! And all at a reasonable price!

Here’s a list of delicious, in-season goods to keep an eye out for:

  • Apples
  • Apricots
  • Bananas
  • Beets
  • Bell Peppers
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Carrots
  • Cherries
  • Eggplant
  • Garlic
  • Green Beans
  • Honeydew Melon
  • Mangos
  • Nectarines
  • Peaches
  • Plums
  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries
  • Tomatoes
  • Watermelon

Hope to see you there!



A familiar Honolulu landmark is this 100,000 gallon water tank on top of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company plant, the world’s largest fruit packing establishment, in which as many as 4,335,726 cans of DOLE Hawaiian Pineapple Products have been put up in a single day.

Over 4 million cans in a single day? Really?

anonymous asked:

What's your opinion on drinks like Naked or V8Fushions? I used to think they were really good for me, but I noticed they have things other than just fruit/veggies in the ingredients.. What do you think?

Let’s take one of those and dissect it because doing both would take too long.

The label advertises ‘100% vegetable juice’, ‘essential antioxidants’, ‘heart healthy’. 

Ok. So. 100% vegetable juice? Really? How is it 100% vegetable juice when it’s from concentrate AND it has a whole bunch of added ingredients in it?

Ingredient list: Tomato Juice From Concentrate (Water, Tomato Concentrate), Reconstituted Vegetable Juice Blend (Water and Concentrated Juices of Carrots, Celery, Beets, Parsley, Lettuce, Watercress, Spinach), Salt, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Flavoring, Citric Acid.

Concentrate is made from vegetables that are heated down to a syrup and the water removed and made into a concentrate. It could have been stored like that for months. And then the water is added back.

During the process of concentration, a lot of flavor is lost, which is why you see ‘flavoring’ in the ingredient list. This flavoring can come from Petroleum that is usually contaminated with carcinogens, and it could also have hidden MSG in it. 

Also, a can of v8 juice contains 920 mg of sodium in it! That’s more than a third of the daily maximum, IN ONE CUP. 

Furthermore, when you consider that this product is supposedly made of vegetables and fruits, why the hell is it so low in fiber? Where has it all gone?

After looking at all the evidence, I would stay away from v8 and this type of juices. I will add links to my sources at the bottom so you can click and read more details about it. Foodbabe has information about Naked and other juices as well, and also offers a solution at the end and teaches you how to chose the right juice. 

Fooducate blog, Myfitnesspal, and FoodBabe 

Imaizumi: Onoda suddenly cried out “I’ve been tricked!” in a loud voice, and when I asked what happened, he said angrily, “I was watching the TV thinking there was a great story on, but it turned out to be an advertisement for vegetable juice!!”