Virtually all of the meat and poultry found in your local grocery store comes from animals raised in so-called confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs). Chipotle has launched a web-based show called Farmed and Dangerous, a four-part satire aimed at revealing the “outrageously twisted and utterly unsustainable world of industrial agriculture”
there are multiple modalities that mainstream science has yet to give a nod to, which just might re-train or reprogram our DNA — even cells which have become cancerous or are mutilated by the onslaught of toxins in our environment and negative emotional baggage which has been proven to have an undesirable impact on health. Many people have compared human DNA to the Internet. It communicates immense amounts of information in microcosmically small, but significant ways, mimicking a vast network of information portals, not unlike the billions of websites connected to one another all over the world. It may account for our intuition, spontaneous healing, and a number of other phenomena that mainstream science is just beginning to understand.
Decimate is an interesting word, as far as wheat and gluten toxicity goes. First of all, many who have been fortunate enough to have identified wheat’s adverse health effects at the root of their often misdiagnosed health problems, know intimately that it is capable of decimating the health of their bodies. Indeed, modern clinical research now confirms there are over 200 potential ‘out of intestine’ adverse health effects that can be linked to wheat consumption, which you can learn more about by reading: Wheat: 200 Clinically Confirmed Reasons Not To Eat It.
The Rife machine is a frequency healing device created by Dr. Royal Raymond Rife. Dr. Rife was a great scientist who had the vision of inventing a frequency generator with the potential to heal all kinds of diseases. As an inventor and scientist, he dedicated his life to study the relationship between frequency and disease. His research helped him discover that all microorganisms, including cancer cells, viruses and bacteria, have their own unique resonance frequency.
Our hibernating time is coming to a close and some of us are ready to burst forth with stored energy and fresh ideas from the winter. March is the perfect month for clearing out both internal and external clutter. Call it pre-spring cleaning. Gloomy March gives us a few weeks to tackle some things that have been crying for attention in our inner and outer worlds. Mind/body/spirit AND your clothes closet and relationships!
A study appears to show an overwhelming link between life-threatening diseases and eating meats, eggs, milk, and cheese
Trinity Bourne: These days when I create a really delicious dessert I feel like I want to make a huge brimming plate full and celebrate with everyone I know – because creating and sharing a conscious dessert is so much more vibrational raising for us than any sugar, dairy additive laden varieties. My new Chocolate Paradise Coconut Bars are from a whole different world to any conventional alternative. I use super health affirming ingredients and like all my recipes, they are free from dairy free and refined sugar.
cardomom, galangal, and turmeric, ginger has been used as a culinary spice for centuries, but it also has astonishing medicinal qualities due to over 14 bio-active compounds that have been shown to slow aging, stop Osteoperosis, reduce arthritis, kill ovarian, lung, gastric, and leukemia cancer cells, protect against radiation, and even prevent blood clotting and heart attacks.
The over-hybridization of wheat and the corporate seed monopoly’s war on bio-diversity mean that the vast majority of wheat farmers are producing the same kind of wheat, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to find high-quality heritage grains for consumption. So for people who’ve discovered firsthand how modern wheat is assaulting their health and well-being, it is important to find alternative grains that can be used as freely as common wheat. The best three alternatives to modern toxic wheat are all very highly nutritious grains that are increasing in popularity and availability: Einkorn, Teff, and Quinoa.
This simple juicing video will show you how about $1.50 per day in celery juice can boost your diet with essential vitamins and minerals, while helping to improve a long list of ailments including digestive disorders, high blood pressure, arthritis, inflammation, auto-immune disorders, anemia, asthma, skin problems and more. A recommended dose of 16 oz. of celery juice per day can alkalize the body, flush out toxins, promote white blood cells, purify the blood stream, improve digestion, cleanse the colon, and acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory.
How about some azodicarbonamide with your bagel this morning? I found it in my own kitchen, listed among the ingredients of a popular supermarket brand. Learn more about just how toxic the infamous toxic Subway sandwich bread additive is – yet another example of a food additive declared safe for American consumption but banned in other countries.
February 2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of Proclamation 3566, a document signed by President Lyndon Baines Johnson designating February as American Heart Month, which succeeding presidents have signed every year since. The American Heart Association, the Centers for Disease Control, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, active advocates for heart health, feature heart health […]
One of the greatest lessons I learned studying Ayurveda with Maya Tiwari, was to be prudent with the use of herbs. We know how dangerous it is to be taking multiple prescription drugs, but we think nothing of chugging down handfuls of herbal supplements on a daily basis for months, or even years, at a time. Yes, herbs are food, but just like certain foods have contraindications for people, so do herbs, and an easy-does-it approach always works best. Sometimes just a pinch of an herb is more than enough to do the trick.
After more than two decades, the Federal Drug Administration is moving to change nutrition labels to help fight obesity and fit modern eating habits.
From the Center for Food Safety’s Cool Foods Campaign, Food & Climate: Connecting the Dots, Choosing the Way Forward contrasts the dominant, fossil-fuel dependent industrial agriculture system with organic and agroecological systems, and shows how the environmentally-friendly approach is also the best hope for future global food security as it not only reins in runaway carbon emissions but offers climate resilience as well. The concept of resilience is key, report author and Cool Foods Campaign director Diana Donlon explained in an interview with Common Dreams.