We’ve seen the dirty dozen, but what about the clean 15? Here’s a handy look at the fruit and veggies least likely to be contaminated by pesticides.
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For 25 years E.G. Vallianatos saw the EPA from the inside, with rising dismay over how pressure from politicians and threats from huge corporations were turning the public’s watchdog into a “polluter’s protection agency.”
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.
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Even if clean and pure, is cow’s milk fit for humans to consume at all?
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How has the industry kept scientists from asking: Does sugar kill?
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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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More than 5,000 ingredients find their way into our perfume and cologne, but somehow aren’t displayed on the label. Here’s a look at the circus that is the self-regulated fragrance industry, and the real dangers involved.
A report by The Cornucopia Institute on the common food additive carrageenan exposes the industry’s hidden data. Find out more!
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Discover just how dangerous toxic, mainstream beauty products can be. Get quality natural and organic beauty products full of vitamins and minerals.
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AquAdvantage Atlantic salmon has made history – along with a generous serving of controversy — by becoming the first genetically engineered food animal approved for sale in the U.S.
Has the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) become too lax in its approval of new drugs? And, as a result, undermining its ability to protect the public’s health?