The Latest on the GMO Rider
Where do we go from here?
The Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the federal government passed both the Senate and the House last week—and despite all our mutual efforts, it still contained the dangerous GMO rider
by Allee Barr RN, EEM-AP
We’ve evolved to live in a natural world that ceased to exist for most people on the planet well over 100 years ago. Thus, our immune systems haven’t adequately adapted to the stresses of the modern world, such as fast-paced lifestyles, light and sound pollution, high-frequency radio waves, and exposure to toxic chemicals in our food and environment.
by Dr. Juli Mazi, Naturopathic Doctor
Ask the Naturopathic Doctor: How to Love Your Liver - This day in age, the liver takes on quite the burden with all of the toxins from our environment to which we are involuntarily exposed, as well as those toxins we voluntarily introduce. Our livers work harder today than they have ever had to work in the history of mankind. That is why it’s a great idea to start giving your liver some tender loving care.
The following sections discuss scientific and epidemiological studies.
Wireless technologies may increase the risk of infertility, by impacting human sperm count, motility, and normal morphology.1 Five countries have now shown that cell phone use among men had negative effects upon sperm. Relevant studies were done in Ohio, Wisconsin, as well as Australia, Hungary, Poland, and Turkey.
by Dawn Roh
Along the way, we can experience a “defining moment” and life will never be the same. For Jade Taubman, she was eight years old on a mission with her older brother in Mexico building homes and an orphanage. It wasn’t so much the construction, but what happened after work.
Green Giant frozen vegetables are from China, and so are most of Europe’s Best. Arctic Gardens are ‘okay’. So is Birdseye.
Never buy the grocery store garlic unless it is clearly marked from USA or Canada, the other stuff is grown in people poop (even worse than chicken poop). China is the largest producer of garlic in the world. U.S. is next.