Kavin Senapathy

Kavin Senapathy is a mom of two, co-Executive Director of March Against Myths, public speaker, Forbes contributor and author in Madison, WI. She is also co-author of "The Fear Babe: Shattering Vani Hari's Glass House". Follow her on Facebook and twitter @ksenapathy
  • Meta StuffFacepalming in front of laptop

    Attention PR Folks: How Not to Do Your Job

    A couple weeks ago, I published an article at Forbes titled “Keep Calm And Avoid Microbiome Mayhem.” The story covered the recent Microbiome Medicine Summit, an online event featuring speakers like Deepak Chopra, Mark Hyman, Joseph Mercola, and Sayer Ji. In other words, the event showcased the who’s who of microbiome and other health woo. The TL;DR version of the article:…

    Read More »
  • Guest BloggersA placenta with googly eyes.

    Cross Post: Please Don’t Eat Your Placenta

    ***Editor’s note:  This cross post from Grounded Parents is by Steph. Click through the link at the bottom to read the full post.*** I am guessing you clicked on this post for one of two reasons. You are so grossed out by the thought of eating your own or anyone else’s placenta that you wanted to read more out of…

    Read More »
  • SkepticismHydra fight

    Why the Food Babe Doesn’t Need Vanquishing: The Misinformation Hydra

      The 400-page tome The Fear Babe:  Shattering Vani Hari’s Glass House, dubbed “the book the natural and organic food industries don’t want you to read” has been nearly a year in the making, if not longer. On its surface, the book, which I co-wrote, is a systematic debunking of claims from Vani Hari, the famous “food activist” better known…

    Read More »
  • Sciencescience power hour

    Kevin Folta Blazes Sci Comm Satire Trail with Character Vern Blazek

    Science:  The term may conjure images ranging from space flight to synapses; galaxies to gametes, and everything in between. Encompassing the vast body of knowledge from all of its branches, science is a perpetual process; a system for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge. An often dry and seemingly unexciting discipline, a claim must be…

    Read More »
  • ScienceFear Babe with fruit

    Pre-order Your Copy of The Fear Babe: Shattering Vani Hari’s Glass House

      With foreword by Dr. Kevin Folta, The Fear Babe:  Shattering Vani Hari’s Glass House, due out on October 29th, is now available for pre-order. Dubbed “the book the organic and natural food industries don’t want you to read”, I co-authored this 434-page tome with UK native and “Banned by Food Babe” veteran Marc Draco, and my favorite southern skeptic…

    Read More »
  • SkepticismJamie Oliver

    Jamie Oliver Says Organic Is “Normal”, Gets Ass Handed to Him

    On September 25th, Jamie Oliver, British celebrity chef, media personality, and self-styled “food campaigner”, published a blog post entitled, “Vote for Organic Food”. And with it, sadly, he demonstrated his dire lack of knowledge about agriculture, plant breeding, the food system, and the reality of the landscape of life for average families. And the worst part is, Oliver has a…

    Read More »
  • Featuredfear is toxic

    Free Chapter 1 Download of “Fear Babe: Shattering Vani Hari’s Glass House”

      Have you heard of famous food activist Vani Hari? You know, the blogger and New York Times bestselling author also known as “The Food Babe”, who abhors biotechnology, thinks sugar is “toxic”, and is famous for berating Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte for, *gasp*, containing “no real pumpkin”, and bullying Subway for using so-called “yoga mat chemical” in its bread?…

    Read More »
  • FeaturedCollage of Moms4GMOs

    We Need Your Help to Reach Anti-GMO Celebs

    I’m going to assume that you’ve all heard one or more of these names: Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ginnifer Goodwin, Sarah Gilbert, Jillian Michaels, Jordana Brewster.  I’d imagine that lots of you are fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Big Love and The Royal Tenenbaums, or grew up watching Sarah Gilbert play Darlene on Roseanne. These women are pop culture…

    Read More »
Back to top button