Learning the lingo of healthy eating can be frustrating. To make it easy, here’s a breakdown of today’s top food buzzwords.
You probably thought getting fat was all about genetics and eating junk food. Wrong! It’s also about 80,000 industrial chemicals. Learn the top ones to avoid.
HoneyColony consulted a handful of experts to learn what’s lurking in our drinking water, and how to create water that’s actually beneficial.
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Kids backpacks, birthday balloons, cars, and more are under fire for containing dangerous toxins like lead, cadmium, and phthalates.
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To what extend does Big Ag influence the way science is researched and reported in order to benefit their corporate agendas and pockets?
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Get the science and info behind the 4 toxic things that families use or touch everyday – Neosporin, hand sanitizer, cash receipts, and shoes.
Many of your most trusted household items feature chemicals that can seriously screw with your hormones. Here’s a look at the most destructive dirty dozen.
A new study blows the lid off of BPA tin cans and plastic containers with babies and pregnant women at maximum risk.
Americans throw away enough toxic plastic cutlery and containers annually to circle the globe 300 times. Let’s put plastic companies out of business!
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Mad scientists are cramming chemicals linked to cancer into hundreds of household items.
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Guzzling diet soda comes with its own set of side effects that may harm your health.
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In short, plastic leaches synthetic estrogen, which is linked to cancer. Find out how to free yourself of the plastic menace.
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