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Hi-Tech Hijack of GMO Food Labeling

Posted November 20, 2015
The biotech industry, along with its top enabler at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Secretary Tom Vilsack, is trying to sell the idea that the long derided and poorly utilized QR code is the answer to consumer concerns about GE foods. A QR code, if you are among the many not familiar with it, is similar to a bar code.  Read more.

Unhealthy Food Cravings Area a Sign of Mineral Deficiencies

Posted November 20, 2015
Most of us have, at one point in our lives, experienced intense cravings for unhealthy foods. Whether it be for chocolate, donuts, salty snacks, or refined carbs, our bodies appear to want them – and we’re often all too happy to submit. There’s just one problem: eating these foods doesn’t seem to end the cravings. What is going on here? Are our bodies playing a cruel joke on us? Well, not quite.  Read more.

Hungry for Change? Ditch the Diet with These Tips

Posted November 20, 2015
Nature didn’t create you to eat ready-made frozen meals with artificial preservatives and chemicals. Our ancestors have always lived in symbiosis with nature, and humankind has always been geared toward natural food. It’s simple: eat more ‘living’ food and eat less ‘dead’ food.  Read more.

4 Natural Treatments Proven To Kill Cancer

Posted November 18, 2015
There is plenty to think about and incorporate when dealing with a cancer diagnosis, or more proactively, trying to avoid it. To make it a bit easier, a primary suggestion would be transitioning as quickly a possible to a clean, fully holistic lifestyle, and layering in treatments or nutrients that have been positively proven to combat cancer.  Here are 4 nutrients you can consider to help defeat cancer, naturally.  Read more.

Diet Coke Found to Dramatically Raise Risk of Heart Attacks

Posted November 17, 2015
Drinking just two sweetened beverages per day — including “diet” drinks — can raise your risk of heart failure by nearly 25 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and published in the journal HeartRead more.