A new UCLA study finds a disturbing connection between our food supply and the degenerative disease that afflicts millions.
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If you want to side-step potentially dangerous food additives, just eat organic, right?
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A scathing new investigation on one of the most well-known tea companies in the U.S. finds 91 percent of its products overflowing with obscene and illegal levels of pesticides.
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The Vitamix blender has become a dream kitchen gadget for many foodies. What is it about these machines that has given them such iconic status in so many American kitchens?
The McCrib is filled with 70 questionable ingredients including ammonium sulfate, polysorbate 80, and azodicarbonamide – a chemical also used in yoga mats. Bon appétit!
This thanksgiving, we can all be thankful for a fantastic feast free of frankenfood.
Kool-aid and Jell-O may be among the most obvious artificially colored products, but they’re far from being the only ones that Americans use on a regular basis.
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Eventually, an oncologist pulled out a medical magazine and said, “This is what is happening to you.” He showed me a report of people losing their jaws from Fosamax and similar drugs.
One’s journey toward healthy eating is singular, personal, and often constantly in motion. Here’s one woman’s tale about giving up veganism while fighting for her beliefs.
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There are currently 82,000 unregulated synthetic chemicals in the foods we eat, the air we breathe, and the products we use. So what do we really know about how they affect our health?
The power of menses and menstrual blood is truly astonishing. Learn about healthy and safe ways to care for your menstrual cycle here at HoneyColony.