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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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buzzfeed.com

by Peggy Wang

June 17, 2013

From survival to s'mores, here's everything you need to know to ensure a flawless camping trip.

beyondthecurtain.wordpress.com

December 3, 2011

Dr. Paul Connett is recognized worldwide as a leader in the movement to eliminate fluoride from the municipal water supplies, and I'm pleased to be working with him to achieve this goal.

Earlier this year, he used frequent flyer miles to visit New Zealand and in a month-long tour gave presentations to communities all over the country. In this interview, he shares some of the successes the movement has experienced. Dr. Connett has great hopes that New Zealand will move to ban water fluoridation.

worldtruth.tv

April 1, 2012

Despite mainstream medical establishments and media outlets portraying multivitamin supplements as worthless and oftentimes toxic, vitamins have led to 0 deaths over the past 27 years.

In contrast, pharmaceutical drugs were responsible for 3 million deaths, topping the death toll from traffic-related incidents. In 2009, pharmaceuticals were responsible for the death of 37,485 people nationwide. The statistics come from the Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System (NPDS), and the findings go against the claims of most mainstream doctors and medical officials, who claim that pharmaceutical drugs are the only 'science-backed' method to 'treating' illness. However, the report highlights the fact that pharmaceuticals oftentimes lead to death and countless other side effects...

NHNE Pulse

by Danielle Magnuson

July 31, 2011

More than 270,000 organic farmers are taking on corporate agriculture giant Monsanto in a lawsuit filed March 30.

Led by the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association, the family farmers are fighting for the right to keep a portion of the world food supply organic - and preemptively protecting themselves from accusations of stealing genetically modified seeds that drift on to their pristine crop fields. Consumers are powerful. For more than a decade, a cultural shift has seen shoppers renounce the faster-fatter-bigger-cheaper mindset of factory farms, exposéd in the 2008 documentary Food, Inc.

healthy-holistic-living.com

October 30, 2015

It seems with the many reports of birth defects, organ failure, cancer, and other unsavory health conditions associated with GMO consumption, we should limit the use of GMO in baby products.

After all, babies are very sensitive to the foods they consume, and we already know that pesticides found in mother's milk can be damaging. Below you will learn of three companies which represent more than 90% of baby formula sales in the US that won't consider removing GMOs from your baby's food.

FindLaw

by Deanne Katz, Esq.

November 12, 2012

No matter what you think about cops, you have to admit it's a tough job to enforce criminal laws -- especially laws that some view as a waste of precious time and resources.

Ever been curious about what kinds of crimes police dislike enforcing the most? A recent Forbes guest article offered some insight, and the topic has fueled Internet discussion by law-enforcement officers as well. Here are three types of criminal offenses that officers generally do not find fun to enforce, and how that can affect you...

dailyfinance.com

by Morgan Housel

February 13, 2012

At a conference in Philadelphia last October, a Wharton professor noted that one of the country's biggest economic problems is a tsunami of misinformation.

You can't have a rational debate when facts are so easily supplanted by overreaching statements, broad generalizations, and misconceptions. And if you can't have a rational debate, how does anything important get done? As author William Feather once advised, "Beware of the person who can't be bothered by details." There seems to be no shortage of those people lately. Here are three misconceptions that need to be put to rest...

collective-evolution.com

by Joe Martino

June 15, 2013

Monsanto is an american multinational corporation founded in the early 1900's by John Francis Queeny. It's no coincidence that he was a veteran of the pharmaceutical industry.

Monsanto and the people that govern it hide behind the classification of multinational corporations and political labels in order to implement their desired agenda. Why on Earth is our food being manufactured by the largest pesticide company in the world? Food is supposed to give us health and nourishment, but today our food contains toxins that are without question a major threat to our health. Toxic chemicals are added to our food supply simply through production, harmful pesticide residue and genetic engineering of seeds and crops. Even food packaging can be a source of toxins in food. Why are we allowing poisonous and toxic chemicals to enter into our food supply? What type of corporation would try to persuade the population that it is a good thing? Monsanto would, it's no coincidence that the food, pharmaceutical and medical industries are so well connected.

blogs.findlaw.com

by Andrew Chow, JD

July 9, 2012

Fighting a shoplifting charge may cost you time and money, but it could also pay off in the end.

A defense attorney will typically try to poke holes in a shoplifting case by challenging the evidence and procedures that led to an alleged shoplifter's arrest. Here are some ways that can be done...

thisismoney.co.uk

February 21, 2012

Demand has mushroomed, as it were, over the past couple of decades. The Soil Association reckons that since 1993, the UK market for organic food has grown.

Supermarkets' organic produce is invariably more expensive than the conventionally-grown equivalent. And as you'd expect, when times are tough, people cut back. No surprise that the market has dipped since 2008.

      

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