Monsanto hit pay dirt with the introduction of popular herbicide Roundup four decades ago, but at what cost to our health and to our planet?
Using popular toothpaste brands may be getting your teeth cleaner and whiter, but what is it doing to your overall health? A new report reveals mainstream toothpaste ingredients are carcinogenic.
We need your help voting for a panel featuring HoneyColony and co-founder Maryam Henein to be at SXSW2017.
There are many acai berry benefits. Case in point, Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice, claims she keeps her svelte figure with the help of this exotic Amazonian fruit, renowned for aiding in weight loss.
eonicotinoids are the most widely used class of insecticides in the world. But like DDT, the infamous insecticide of the 1970s, evidence illustrates these neurotoxins are harming birds, bees, and our entire planet.
Researchers have found evidence of E. coli bacteria that are genetically resistant to a last-resort antibiotic. Superbugs threaten our existence. Now what? Discover natural solutions that could save your life.
There’s lots of buzz when it comes to marijuana legalization. Most people have heard of THC, but recently, attention has shifted to another compound called CBD that produces no high but boosts health.
Too much sugar leads to obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. It dries out our skin and ages us. It’s poisonous and food companies are denying the negative effects while driving us all to an early grave.
Advocating for pollinators has become increasingly prominent in recent years due to alarming declines in populations in recent years. Especially our beloved bees.
Maryam Henein and Steve Breitbach come to Bulletproof Radio as experts in the world of bees.
We’ve been trying to cure cancer for a century, with ever-worsening odds. Had we listened to one Nobel laureate who was sidelined by the pharmaceutical industry, we may have thwarted the cancer pandemic back in the early 1920s.
With the presence of breast cancer and the choices women face omnipresent in the media, the question arises of whether or not the attention to this subject is the cause of rising mastectomy rates among women.