By Sara G. Miller, Staff Writer In 2017, Live Science is bringing our readers a monthly series on personal health goals, with tips and tricks for reaching those goals with advice we’ve gathered from the countless health experts we’ve interviewed. Each month, we’ll focus on a different goal, and the goal for February is “Eat Better.” Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to connect with other readers who are working toward these goals. It’s not uncommon to feel as if you’re drowning in a sea of diet advice: drink red wine for heart health; avoid bacon and processed meats; make … Continue reading How to Eat Healthy in 2017 (and Cut Sugar, Salt and Fat)
by: S.D. Wells (NaturalNews) If you had been walking on sharp rocks and jagged shells all day, and a doctor told you to take some aspirin for the pain, would you go out the next day, and the day after that, and the day after that, and walk on those same rocks and shells, expecting the aspirin to “do the trick” every time, for weeks, months and even years? Wouldn’t you expect that you would get such a horrible infection that you might lose your foot, your leg or even your life? That’s exactly what people do with toxic junk … Continue reading Top 7 causes of cancer and smart alternatives for prevention and healing
by Nathaniel Mauka, Staff Writer, Waking Times The Svalbard seed bank, set like a concrete monolith in the minus 4 degree Celsius permafrost of a mountain on a remote island in the Svalbard archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole, shouldn’t determine the fate of our agricultural future. Though the remote bank has collected 860,000 seed samples from around the world, with the latest withdrawal being made from war-torn Syria, what are the true intentions behind a bank said to, “preserve as much of the world’s crop diversity as possible,”while seed supplies around the world are being monopolized by a few corporations, … Continue reading Svalbard – How the Elite Plan to Survive an Engineered Extinction Event
image edited by Web Investigator New research reveals that high-fat diets can impair memory and make our immune systems attack our own bodies. By Lucy Goodchild Van Hilten / AlterNet A junk food diet is clearly not healthy. Burgers widen our waistlines, raise our cholesterol levels and tighten our arteries. But scientists now think that even before it shows up as additional pounds on the scale, junk food is changing our bodies in other, surprising ways. It’s actually a form of malnutrition that could be making our immune systems attack our own bodies. In a recent study published in the … Continue reading Those Burgers Aren’t Just Making Us Fat—They’re Messing With Our Immune Systems, Too
Controversial airport kiosk offering “fresh food.” How Brazil challenged the junk food industry and became a global leader in the battle against obesity By Bridget Huber, July 28, 2016 Photography by Peter Bauza Carlos Monteiro got his start in medicine in the 1970s as a pediatrician working in poor villages and slums in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. His patients were hungry, and it was written on their bodies: Many were anemic, underweight, and stunted. Today, Monteiro is a professor of nutrition at the University of São Paulo’s School of Public Health, a stately building surrounded by lush gardens. It’s … Continue reading Slow Food Nation
by Catherine J. Frompovich, Guest, Waking Times This is an “anthology” of sorts about the etiology of the current cancer epidemic-pandemic. C-A-N-C-E-R is the word that strikes horror in the hearts and minds of every human alive. However, that always was not the case. I’m old enough to remember when cancer was a rather ‘rare’ disease or condition. Furthermore, I know medical doctors a little older than my ‘vintage’ who say that when they were in medical school, they were not taught very much about cancer, so much so, that when a cancer patient was in one of the wards in … Continue reading Why Are There So Many Cancers Now?
image edited by Web Investigator White paper from two former Justice Department officials warns merger would violate antitrust laws and lessen competition By Deirdre Fulton A new legal opinion penned by two former Justice Department officials bolsters warnings that the proposed merger between agroindustrial giants Bayer and Monsanto “is a five-alarm threat to our food supply and to farmers around the world.” The white paper (pdf) by Maurice E. Stucke and Allen P. Grunes, both former employees of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, states that Bayer’sproposed takeover of Monsanto would: Increase concentration in already concentrated industries for genetic traits, seed, … Continue reading Bayer-Monsanto merger is ‘five-alarm threat’ to food and farms: Legal experts