Risks of GMOs

“Everyone eats; everyone is affected. The increase in several diseases in North America may be due to the profound changes in our diet. The most radical change occurred a little over a decade ago when genetically modified (GM)crops were introduced. Their influence on health has been largely ignored, but recent studies show serious problems. . . . → Read More: Risks of GMOs

How Do You Live Organic On a Limited Income?

I have been thinking about how hard it is to be naturally healthy—only because I am not a farmer, organic food is expensive and people on food stamps, limited incomes or no income cannot always buy non-GMO, organic foods.

When feeding 8 hungry people the $3.00+ loaf of bread or $3.00+ dozen organic . . . → Read More: How Do You Live Organic On a Limited Income?

Become Informed – Challenge the Idea of Putting Chemicals in Your Body

First of all,  I am so glad that I have learned so much about the food we eat, the medicine we take, and the environment and how all these affect us.  I have become very wary about the medical world and the FDA, USDA, and all who regulate our food and medicine.  I am very . . . → Read More: Become Informed – Challenge the Idea of Putting Chemicals in Your Body

Large Quantities of Herbicide RoundUp Is In Your Food

I do not know how many of you are readers of Natural News which is an online newsletter that comes daily to email or on FB.  This was in today’s Natural News:

We’ve got an urgent action alert for you today. The EPA is taking comments on its regulations that allow huge quantities of glyphosate herbicide (RoundUp) . . . → Read More: Large Quantities of Herbicide RoundUp Is In Your Food

Positive Thoughts in Discouraging Times

I was so discouraged reading my Facebook page today.  It just seems that one person cannot make a difference unless you are rich and then, maybe you might become one of the “bad guys”.

Government does not seem to care about the poor or middle class, even though they say so when they are running . . . → Read More: Positive Thoughts in Discouraging Times

Are Your Chicken Breasts Augmented?

Last night we were enjoying one of Rachel Ray’s recipes, chicken breasts stuffed with spinach and ricotta mix and wrapped in prosciutto.  Our chicken breasts were very big and we were laughing about what we really were eating.  We’ve had the wonderful organic, locally grown chicken which was a third of the size of the chicken . . . → Read More: Are Your Chicken Breasts Augmented?

13 Ingredients Allowed in the USA – Banned in Most Other Countries

On Monday, I received on Facebook this message from Honeycolony,  about 13 ingredients that are allowed by the FDA, but are not allowed in many other countries.  What?  Yes, I know we do allow GMOs and no labeling of them, but ingredients that are toxic chemicals?  But isn’t the FDA the agency that is supposed . . . → Read More: 13 Ingredients Allowed in the USA – Banned in Most Other Countries

A Simple Label for Our Food

I have been receiving a lot of information on facebook about GMO’s and California’s vote for better labeling.  I was thinking about food labels and how much I do not know about what is in the food I buy.  The list of chemicals that I have no idea what they are or how to pronounce . . . → Read More: A Simple Label for Our Food

Genetically Modified Organism Labeling

There is a new argument in Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) foods.  The outrage comes from The United States and Canada not requiring labeling on consumer food as to whether or not it is or contains GMOs.  Most of the European Union, and many major countries in Asia, South America and Australia require labeling, if for . . . → Read More: Genetically Modified Organism Labeling

The Antidote to the Food Industrial Complex: A Passion for Food

Eating is important. I’d say it’s the third or fourth most critical activity for life. We don’t treat it like it’s important. We eat fake, mass-produced, chemically  preserved, genetically “enhanced” “food.” This is stuff that we were never meant to consume, stuff that we will never evolve to digest.

It is stuff that was . . . → Read More: The Antidote to the Food Industrial Complex: A Passion for Food