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After watching several documentaries about our food supply and learning just how deficient in nutrients the food we consume has become over the past 30-years, our family has decided to make some serious changes. We are buying organic, eating in season and buying locally. Our meat is grassfed, our bread in homebaked and I feel good about what my family is eating.

If you aren't aware of the danger genentically modified corn and soy products present to your families diet, continue reading. Find out the latest news and commentary on GMO food sources, eating and buying organic foods, nutritional news, food related health issues and much more.

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by B. Christopher Agee

June 1, 2014

Western Journalism has covered the ongoing push among leftist California bureaucrats to include health warning labels on sugary drinks sold in the state.

After failing to attract legislative support for a soda tax last year, state Sen. Bill Monning backed a bill that would spell out what many would conclude are the obvious results of overindulging in such beverages. That proposal moved forward last week when the California Senate Appropriations Committee voted in favor of the warning label implementation.

by Raf Casert

October 30, 2012

France, the land of wine, is planning heavy taxes on beer, and that is not going down well with brewers - even in other nations.

President Francois Hollande is pushing through legislation to increase taxes on beer by 160 percent to help fund struggling social programs as France tries to contain a budget deficit hit hard by the economic crisis. The tax would affect local brews and the 30 percent of imported beer the French drink. The change means the price of a beer will increase by about 20 percent in bars and supermarkets, said Jacqueline Lariven, spokeswoman for the French brewer's federation Brasseurs de France.

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by Julie Stewart

April 23, 2016

Subscribe When you were a kid, milk was the sacred cow of the dairy market. But since 2009, sales of non-dairy milk alternatives have spiked 94 percent. Why? Partly because the ingredients are less expensive to produce than real milk.

Before we take a critical eye to milk alternatives, let's look at good old-fashioned cow's milk. Here are the positives: An 8-ounce glass of whole milk has nearly 8 grams of protein and 149 calories. For comparison, a 4-ounce skinless roasted chicken breast has 35 grams of protein and 186 calories.

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December 28, 2008

RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, "Emerging Organic Food Markets" to its report gallery. The report provides extensive and exhaustive research on the growing market for organic food and beverages all around the world.

The global organic food market is growing rapidly, with the growth rate of about 19% in 2007. Exceptionally high growth rates have tightened the supply in almost every sector of the market and this is creating opportunity for the organic food exporters. Global organic food market is expected to reach US$ 70.2 Billion by the end of 2010.

3fatchicks.com

January 18, 2010

High fructose corn syrup remains as one of the most controversial health topics.

The facts continue to pour out, and you have the ability to understand why corn syrup, and the variations of the substance, extremely hinders the health of people across the world.

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by Katie Kormann

July 21, 2013

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The law was passed in March and went into effect July 17. Lieutenant Allan Marx with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Department was a driving force behind the changing law. He said before the Arkansas DWI law changed, officers could test a person's blood, urine and breath. Marx said while working a case last year, he learned about saliva testing and recognized a need for it in Arkansas. "If there's ever a new way, a new tool that we can use to help not only law enforcement but help the public and the safety of the people out there, it needs to be used," said Marx. "I believe this product is going to save lives."

7liveonline.com

February 24, 2012

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry.

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry. Watch the interview...

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by Josh Kilburn

August 6, 2014

Toledo, Ohio, is in a state of emergency following the discovery of a dangerous cyanotoxin named micrcocystin in the water at the Collin Park water treatment plant, according to The Toledo Blade.

At a news conference, officials with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department said that the level of the cyanotoxin, which is produced by a blue-green algae, is currently at 2.5 ppm. That's twice the allowable level; symptoms triggered by the toxin range from a rash to liver failure. A handful of studies done in China have also tentatively tied the toxin's presence in drinking water to certain types of cancer.

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by Martha Neil

July 7, 2013

Most agree, dandelions are a notorious weed. But some recognize that dandelion greens can contribute to a tasty and nutritious meal.

Among the fans of the food is John Taris, a 75-year-old retiree who lives in the Chicago area with his wife on a $1,500-a-month social security payment. When the couple's food supply was a bit low recently, he volunteered to go pick some to provide a vegetable, writes columnist John Kass in the Chicago Tribune (sub. req.). But, caught in the act of picking the weeds by a Cook County Forest Preserve cop, he was issued a $75 ticket. His court date is July 9.

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by Rebecca Thomas

October 29, 2009

Trying to eat healthy and buy organic? Maybe all natural or non-genetically modified? We found out that many foods are not exactly organic.

There are certain rules set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a product to be called organic. But if you take a closer look at the list of ingredients, you will find chemicals in many of them. Farmers left them out, but the manufacturers put them in.

      

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