ACTION ALERT — Tell President Obama to Stop the Toxic Madness!

Posted October 10, 2014
Yesterday, the Organic Consumer Association sent out an email that wasn’t quite right. Turns out the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has not yet approved Dow’s “Deadly Duo” herbicide, made with a combination of Monsanto’s glyphosate and Dow’s “Agent Orange” 2,4-D. CLICK HERE to read more and SIGN THE PETITION to urge the President to step in and OPPOSE EPA’s approval of the new 2,4-D resistant genetically engineered crops.

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How to Eat Healthy When You Don’t Have Time

Posted November 21, 2014
“How do I make smart eating choices on a busy schedule?” patients frequently ask.  As a busy doctor, I can understand how eating healthy might feel like a herculean demand and become short shift among the numerous demands in your life. While eating healthy on a time budget does require a little planning, it’s easier than you might imagine.  Read more.

How to Get Over a Cold Fast Without Drugs

Posted November 21, 2014
Have you ever wondered how to get over a cold fast – without the need for unwanted (toxic) medications? Unfortunately, as people spend more time indoors – away from natural sunlight – the risk of getting a viral infection goes way up – especially during the winter months.  Read more.

Meet the Pro Football Player Who Forfeited $37 Million to Become a Local Farmer

Posted November 21, 2014
In a move that shows the origin of fulfillment does not always come from money, St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown went against the wishes and warnings of his agent and forfeited his professional football career in order to launch a mission of feeding North Carolina locals with real food — something that is highly needed around the world.  Read more.

Why Today’s Young People are Going Crazy

Posted November 21, 2014
 According to the June 2013 APA Monitor, 95 percent of surveyed college counseling-center directors said that the number of students with “significant psychological problems is a growing concern,” citing anxiety, depression, and relationship issues as the main problems. Another 2013 survey, the American College Health Association–National College Health Assessment, reported that 51 percent of 123,078 responders in 153 US colleges had experienced “overwhelming anxiety” during the previous year, 31.3 percent had experienced depression so severe it was difficult to function, and 7.4 percent had seriously considered suicide.  Read more.

7 Tips for a Health Thanksgiving

Posted November 21, 2014
When it comes to holiday celebrations, it can be difficult to resist all those extra treats and temptations, with good intentions sometimes flying out the window.  It is possible to keep a reign on your health and feel fantastic throughout Thanksgiving however, with these seven simple tricks.  Read more.

Man Drinks 10 Cokes a Day for Science

Posted November 21, 2014
A 50 year-old Los Angeles man is drinking 10 Cokes a day for 30 days to help increase public awareness about the dangers of sugar in our diet. George Prior, father of two and Los Angeles resident, is taking careful daily measurements of his weight, blood sugar, body fat, and blood pressure, and blogging the results on his website:  Read more. 

Sales of ‘Active Sitting’ Devices Skyrocket

Posted November 21, 2014
Active sitting may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s a health trend that’s fast sweeping through many workplaces in an effort to bolster interest in fitness and increase activity in settings that typically involve high levels of sitting and little physical movement.  Read more.

3 Natural Pain Relievers That Are as Powerful as Drugs, without the Side Effects

Posted November 20, 2014
The first resort to manage pain is typically prescriptions or over the counter drugs. These medications do have side effects, however, and people are beginning to realize there are more natural solutions that can be as effective or more powerful than drugs.  Read more.

Hand Dryers Can Spread Bacteria in Public Toilets, Research Finds

Posted November 20, 2014
Modern hand dryers are much worse than paper towels in spreading germs, according to research from the University of Leeds. Read more.

Man Eats Sugar-Heavy Diet for 60 Days, Receives Shocking Diagnosis

Posted November 19, 2014
Following in the footsteps of Morgan Spurlock, who ate only McDonald’s food for one month in the film Super Size Me, an Australian man has undergone a sugar-heavy diet for 60 days to explore the ingredient’s impact on his health.  Read more.

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