Despite vitamin D’s role in good health, you are likely deficient in the “sunshine vitamin”—because the majority of people are.
We eat 193 pounds of food poisoned by Roundup every year—at levels 13 times HIGHER than those linked to serious birth defects and chronic diseases.
Why does modern food contain only a fraction of the vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients found in ancient varieties?
A major study shows this superfood can remove heavy metals linked to lethargy, aching joints, depression, poor digestion and blood sugar levels.
If you follow these tips, you’ll know how to grow a food that virtually forces your body to extract more vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fats from the foods you eat.
Repel bugs without exposing your skin to a cancer-causing chemical that melts plastic.
You go to great lengths to keep your children safe from physical dangers, yet if you’re like most parents, you expose your children to this without a thought for future consequences.
Scientific dissenters whose research doesn’t jibe with preconceived industry decisions are frequently “managed” by means more typically associated with gangsters.
“I see examples of super honest, high-integrity companies… I also see an alarming number of cheats, crooks, and charlatans…”
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Beekeepers are reporting more dying bees than ever this season, and some regulators are finally recognizing the culprit that seems to be responsible.
Exceeding the legal limit of a potent carcinogen and neurotoxin by up to a whopping 910 times, this favorite American snack is a walking time bomb. Find out how it and its close cousins may be jeopardizing your health.
Research reveals one “safe” toxin used to make corn is in 93 percent of maternal and 69 percent of non-pregnant women’s blood samples.