Food/GMO/Monsanto

Water

If you take a look around, modern humanity is quite clearly facing an unprecedented crisis of deteriorating health. And beneath the surface, for those able and willing to see the truth, the various health conditions that increasingly plague the...
by Dr. Edward F. Group III Much of China is heavily polluted and the air quality is especially terrible. Pollution levels in Beijing can sometimes get up to 20 times the limit set by the World Health Organization! All...
Soul Fire Farm in upstate New York delivers fresh, nutritious food to poor communities. by Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez / AlterNet As the cost of living rises and wages stay the same, millions struggle to afford nutritious food. Wealth inequality, systemic oppression and...
  The prevalence of overweight and obesity is increasing worldwide.1 Epidemiologic studies have identified high body-mass index (BMI, the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters) as a risk factor for an expanding set of...
by JC Donis I was in pretty good shape as a teenager, but once I hit adulthood, my pants size exploded. After high school, I spent most of my life glued to a chair, whether I was in...
by Joe Loria 1. Salmonella, Microbes, and Feces Like pigs, cows, and chickens, fish on factory farms are confined to overpopulated enclosures. This often results in feces- and bacteria-contaminated water. In fact, the FDA reports that seafood imports from China—around 27 percent of...
This 8-minute, 28-second video has left me speechless. It’s as if we have long stopped living in reality, we live a lie, one that has become so widespread, that we cannot see what is really happening—so evidently—all around us.  Have...
https://youtu.be/76dNUgBZW6A All plants produce “phytochelatins” to bind up heavy metals to protect themselves from the harmful effects. So, what if we ate the plants? Doctor's Note Isn’t that frustrating? Why don’t they just try out foods on people? Wait until you see...
Thyme oil comes from the perennial herb known as Thymus vulgaris. This herb is a member of the mint family, and it’s used for cooking, mouthwashes, potpourri and aromatherapy.  It’s native to southern Europe from the western Mediterranean to southern Italy. Due to...
Image source: Pixabay.com by Rich M When those in the survivalist and prepping community talk about living off the land, the focus tends to be on hunting, with maybe a little fishing thrown in for variety. Being a carnivore myself, I...

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