Pre-packaged processed foods may be convenient, but cooking from scratch using fresh unprocessed ingredients is a must if you want to improve your health. Remember, if you fail to plan you are planning to fail. While this means that someone – you, your spouse, or someone else – needs to spend regular time in the…
In the realm of swampy corruption and murky politics, it doesn’t get any murkier or “swampier” than the GMO / pesticide industry, which profits from the mass poisoning of the environment and the food supply with toxic, disease-promoting chemicals. While this “poison industry” enjoyed enormous government protection under both Bush and Obama administrations, clean food…
Industrial agriculture, characterized by concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and vast swatches of genetically engineered (GE) monocrops, claims to be the solution to ending world hunger. They downplay the fact that their version of farming is destroying the environment with excessive waste and chemical pollutants, water overuse and the spread of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on the premise that…
A group of local business owners and citizen activists are gathering data in preparation for a lawsuit against a South Florida county in a bid to halt anti-mosquito spraying with a chemical some experts say is harmful to humans.
This time South Carolina didn’t just send sprayer trucks as per the usual. This time, they decided to have the poison dumped on the county from the air.
Farmers in Arkansas, Tennessee and southern Missouri are angry at their neighbors – and agrochemical giant Monsanto – over a new weed-killer that has ravaged 200,000 acres of soybean fields.
(NaturalNews) Certain kinds of plant growth are becoming more invasive in farmers’ fields. These super weeds are resisting the increased use of glyphosate and other herbicides.
(NaturalNews) By now, it is fairly common knowledge that pesticide exposure is associated with a disturbing number of life-changing illnesses.
(NaturalNews) Health problems in children have risen significantly in recent years, and the cause is primarily environmental. That’s the bottom line of a new report released by the Pesticide Action Network.
Residents living in Western Washington are about to be doused with a bacteria called Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), as a government agency attempts to control gypsy moths who plague agriculture in the area.