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“To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,One clover, and a bee, and revery. The revery alone will do, if bees are few.” ―Emily Dickinson
Shorter days, cooler nights, a new school year… a shift in seasons has begun. With seasonal changes afoot, now is also a good time to make a shift in your diet, from conventional produce to organic. According to current estimates, nearly 1 billion pounds of pesticides are used each year in the United States, and their residues inevitably end up on our food, and in our bodies.
This dietary supplement supports brain health and is entirely safe, yet the FDA still wants to remove it from sale.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects one of every 68 children, mostly males, in the United States. The developmental disorder interferes with communication and social interactions and includes repetitive behavior patterns.
A recent publication from the lab of Dr.
Anytime you skip a meal, especially breakfast, the body releases chemical messengers to stimulate the release of stored energy; this may include the breakdown of muscle mass for immediate energy. The body perceives this extended fast as starvation and essentially begins to eat itself to survive the “famine.” Non-essential body functions such as bone building and memory are impaired.
China says no to GMO. If you were the biotech industry trying to infiltrate the largest economy in the world, what would you do? Let's take a look at why the strategies that worked in the United States have backfired in China. And then talk about what this means for the GMO labeling movement back home in the states. It's not about safety. It's about national sovereignty.
Longstanding historical trends converged this week in New York state to produce a media feeding frenzy around dietary supplements quality. The state attorney general issued cease and desist orders to several prominent retailers alleging they were selling herbal formulas that did not actually contain the ingredients listed on the label, or contained undeclared allergens.