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"Always watch where you are going. Otherwise, you may step on a piece of the Forest that was left out by mistake."
–Winnie the Pooh
What should you eat to promote health and vitality? Is it plant-based, vegetarian, low-fat, high-fat, Mediterranean, high-protein, gluten-free, paleo…..??? All the conflicting diet information out there is enough to drive you crazy trying to figure out the right approach! Where do you even start?
"I would tell people … how we fight for our lives with strength and sweat."
–Excerpted from “Milked: Immigrant Dairy Farmworkers in New York State”1
According to the CDC, approximately one in 10 children between 6 and 12 are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).1 ADHD makes it challenging for children to stay focused, and stimulant drugs such as methylphenidate hydrochloride (MPH) are often prescribed as
It’s a small seal, much smaller than the value it carries and the story it tells. Because, once upon a time, organic farming was the way before industrialized agriculture ruled the day.
Organics are about transparency, about knowing exactly what goes into (and what doesn’t go into) the production of the foods we eat. In recent months, concern has been growing about the lack of transparency of a post-harvest fungicide coating by Apeel Sciences that has been approved for use on organic produce, though the full ingredient list has not been made public.
(P.S., it’s never too early to start!)
This time of year is a marker of sorts: The cooler fall months usher in a holiday season full of sweet temptations and loads of comfort foods, coupled with the start of cold and flu season. But what does the season of sweets and treats have to do with the cold and flu season, or more specifically, how you weather cold and flu season? It all has to do with blood sugar.
This Think Wisely is all about discovering new products and revisiting old favorites, but they all have this in common—they’re Certified Organic. Because, for the love of our health, our soil, biodiversity, and the planet’s future—we support organic.
Full disclosure: I am a mom of a tween girl, so this topic is close to my heart. The research was distressing to read, because frankly, the mental state of tweens and teens in this country is bleak.
If industrial pollution in your neighborhood killed hundreds of fish in your river, tripled your water bills, was linked to an increased risk for congenital disabilities, bladder cancer, and hyperthyroidism, and spewed fine particulate matter (PM2.5)—an air pollutant that can deposit deep in your lungs—would you demand change?1 This is precisely what communities nearby and
Gestational diabetes (GD) is a common complication during pregnancy that can lead to poor health outcomes like preeclampsia and type-2 diabetes for mothers and low blood sugar at birth in infants.