Farming

Agribusiness Bullies Attack Scientists Who Reveal Herbicide Health Threats

Posted by on February 28, 2015 in Farming, Food and Drink, GMOs, Monsanto, Nutrition with 1 Comment
Agribusiness Bullies Attack Scientists Who Reveal Herbicide Health Threats

In September 2012, Dr. Gilles-Éric Séralini published research findings in the peer-reviewed . These findings showed the toxic impact of Monsanto’s herbicide and genetically modified corn—including adverse health effects on rats. However, after publication, the journal made the unprecedented decision to retract the study.

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May the Forks Be With You: Open-Source Mini-Farm Grow Box

Posted by on February 23, 2015 in Farming, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
May the Forks Be With You: Open-Source Mini-Farm Grow Box

Health Ranger Mike Adams reveals the Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow Box at the Health Freedom Expo in Naples, FL. Adams is releasing this technology to the public for free as an open-source project to promote the decentralization of healthy food production.

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Look What This No-Till Method is Doing for Mid-Scale Farmers

Posted by on February 11, 2015 in Farming, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Look What This No-Till Method is Doing for Mid-Scale Farmers

The mini-documentary, Under Cover Farmers, follows three mid-scale farmers who stopped tilling their soil and started planting diverse cover crops. The amazing results were immediate. This no-till method reduces or eliminates the need for irrigation, herbicides, and fertilizers for growers of cash crops like corn, soybeans, and cotton.

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Could This Food & Farming Model Work for Everyone?

Posted by on February 10, 2015 in Farming, Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Could This Food & Farming Model Work for Everyone?

A pragmatic model for bringing together local and regional food production and consumption, from an early pioneer of UK organic farming

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Groundbreaking Food Science Discovery: Edible Plants ‘Talk’ To Animal Cells, Promote Healing

Groundbreaking Food Science Discovery: Edible Plants ‘Talk’ To Animal Cells, Promote Healing

A groundbreaking new study published in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research titled, “Interspecies communication between plant and mouse gut host cells through edible plant derived exosome-like nanoparticles,” reveals a new way that food components ‘talk’ to animal cells by regulating gene expression and conferring significant therapeutic effects. This is the first study of its kind to look at the role of exosomes, small vesicles secreted by plant and animal cells that participate in intercellular communication, in interspecies (plant-animal) communication. Exosomes are the missing link in how plants and animal cells communicate and collaborate.

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Food Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening

Posted by on January 13, 2015 in Farming, Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Food Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening

The problems are obvious: food safety scandals, the death of family farming, food supply insecurity, the revolving door between corporate lobbyists and government regulators, and many more. The solution should be equally obvious: rolling up our sleeves and getting in the garden. Join us today as we explore this simple, natural solution to one of our most fundamental problems.

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Watch How this Incredible Public Food Park Feeds 200,000 a Month

Posted by on January 12, 2015 in Farming, Health-Wellness with 1 Comment
Watch How this Incredible Public Food Park Feeds 200,000 a Month

It is becoming more apparent that we need to begin reclaiming our food supply through small-scale, wide-spread farming practices. We can no longer rely on Big Food to supply us with the nutritious food we need, and we certainly can’t rely on mega chemical companies like Monsanto to feed us with their genetically modified creations. This is why countless communities are embracing the giving art of local farms and supporting local food businesses. One Incredible Edible park in Irvine, California, formerly 7.5 acres of wasted space, is now an edible park that feeds 200,000 people every month!

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Seeds and Soil vs. the Tyranny of Corporate Power: A 2015 Message of Hope

Posted by on January 1, 2015 in Farming, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Seeds and Soil vs. the Tyranny of Corporate Power: A 2015 Message of Hope

It has been declared ‘the International Year of the Soil,’ but the year ahead, according to Dr. Vandana Shiva, will also see key developments in the global fight to overthrow corporate power with true democracy

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Top 10 Healthy Food Trends For 2015

Top 10 Healthy Food Trends For 2015

Food fads come and go (remember the acai berry?), but trends emerge over time, anywhere from a couple of years to decades. Prominent ancient grains like quinoa give way to the newest member of the tribe (hello, teff!), while centuries-old cooking techniques reappear on menus across the country. So what should you put in your grocery cart and start cooking with? Everyday Health sorted through all of the up-and-coming ingredients, emerging ideas, chefs, nutritionists, and industry experts – here are their predictions on what to pay attention to in 2015.

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Saving Cities with Urban Gardening and MakerSpaces

Posted by on December 28, 2014 in Farming, Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Saving Cities with Urban Gardening and MakerSpaces

Inner City MakerSpace! Everything from Urban Agriculture to Robotics and a huge basement full of Aquaponic growing. A 20K Square ft Laboratory that will change the game for the inner city youth of Lykins Neighborhood.

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The Secret GMO War: Double Agents, Betrayal, Greed?

The Secret GMO War: Double Agents, Betrayal, Greed?

It’s happened before. Missions and movements, throughout history from the French Revolution to the 60’s Movement have been hijacked by powerful, moneyed interests causing them to arguably accomplish much less than they could have. Some have even suggested that many of our major governments have been similarly hijacked. Thus it’s not surprising that our movement to obtain transparency and food safety, around the issue of GMO’s, might be being hijacked by some of the supposed “heroes” in the movement. As the famous Who song, cajoles us – let’s do all that we can so that we “…won’t get fooled again.”

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Japan’s Answer to Radiation: Massive Natural Indoor Farms

Posted by on December 21, 2014 in Farming, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Japan’s Answer to Radiation: Massive Natural Indoor Farms

Can earthquakes and tsunamis put the Japanese food producer down? Apparently not. Sanriku Fukko National Park now hosts the world’s largest indoor farm. It was built inside an old, 25,000-square-foot semiconductor factory and uses 100 times less water than an outdoor farm. What’s more, they claim that their produce contains 8 to 10 times more beta-carotene and twice the vitamin C, calcium and magnesium as its outdoor-grown

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Will Going Gluten Free Help Save The Earth?

Will Going Gluten Free Help Save The Earth?

Less than 1% of the population actually suffers from celiac disease – a serious autoimmune genetic illness characterized by gluten intolerance – , but many more have “gluten anxiety”. This is when a wide range of symptoms are ascribed to gluten – wheat’s main protein. There’s no medical evidence that going gluten-free brings health benefits. But does it deliver environmentally?

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Top 10 Superfoods – You Might Be Surprised

Top 10 Superfoods – You Might Be Surprised

The term “superfood” has become something of a marketing buzzword in recent years, and many processed food products will boast such ingredients. But don’t be fooled. Processing tends to denature nutrients, so what you end up with is typically a far inferior version compared to the real thing.

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Demystifying Minerals: Which Ones are Truly Essential and Where to Find Them

Demystifying Minerals: Which Ones are Truly Essential and Where to Find Them

Americans are devoid of essential nutrients – explaining one of the highest incidences of disease in all of the industrialized world – despite spending billions on healthcare every year. Much of this void is created by a lack of essential minerals.

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