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NASA warns: Global groundwater crisis could lead to food supply collapse

11/15/2014 - Shocking findings reported by NASA show that the problem of diminishing groundwater is poised to lead to the collapse of the food supply, where there could be devastating consequences. The impact has already been felt, primarily in California. Data obtained form the Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment...

How I lost all desire for junk food

11/13/2014 - Yes, I lost my extreme desire for junk food and for overeating as well. This wasn't an act of will. And it wasn't luck, either. Losing my cravings for bad food -- and for too much food -- was the result of something else entirely. And that is what I'd like to explain to you in this article. Before...

Top 4 ways to improve liver function

11/12/2014 - Living in a world that has toxins at every turn has left our liver function in a hot mess. Everyday touches with toxins in our food, air, water, personal care, and household products has slowly but surely created a burden on this hard working organ that has compromised our ability to detoxify properly...

Commercial airplanes are rarely cleaned; food trays contaminated with fecal matter; airborne germs abound

11/12/2014 - It probably isn't much of a secret that commercial airplanes are teeming with germs. But a new report by the Daily Mail Online suggests that airplane cabins are likely far filthier than most people realize, as planes are rarely deep-cleaned, and their tray tables are often brimming with germs, including...

Big Food and biotech spend $37M to defeat GMO labeling in Oregon and Colorado

11/9/2014 - The corporate food system has once again pulled the wool over the eyes of low-information American voters with the recent defeat of GMO-labeling bills in Colorado and Oregon. Just like in California and Washington, the factory food industry, drug companies and GMO kingpins like Monsanto poured tens...

Do we really need supplements or can we get all our nutrition from food?

11/8/2014 - The simple answer is yes and yes. Ideally, all of the nutrition we need can come from the food we eat. Unfortunately, in today's world, it usually doesn't. Even if food was grown in nutrient dense soil without contaminates, much of the nutrition is lost in its journey from the field to our table....

GMO-labeling announced as defeated despite uncounted votes in counties favoring the measure

11/5/2014 - While some publications are reporting the death of Oregon's Measure 92, an initiative that would require the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), the truth is that the race is still too close to call. Vigilant reporting by The Oregonian reveals that, with 88 percent of the votes counted,...

Thousands break quarantine in Sierra Leone in desperate search for food

11/5/2014 - Even as health authorities begin to get a handle on the Ebola outbreak in the West African nations of Liberia and Guinea, where it began several months ago, the virus is spreading uncontrollably in neighboring Sierra Leone, as conditions there worsen all the way around. In fact, as The Associated...

Why gluten intolerance and celiac disease is on the rise

11/4/2014 8:07:40 PM - It seems that every few years we hear of another diet fad or food fad. In the last few years gluten is getting all of the attention. How can wheat or other common grains--fixtures of the American diet--be causing such problems? What is gluten? Gluten is the protein found in wheat (including spelt,...

Irish taste-testers reel at utter grossness of American snack food

11/4/2014 - A group of Irish people was recently asked by the YouTube channel Facts to try a variety of American snack foods for the first time. The individual reactions speak for themselves as these young folks express repulsion at the hydrogenated oils in Twinkies, the food coloring in Kool-Aid and the whatever-it-is...

Big Food uses 'natural' labels to trick you into eating GMOs

11/2/2014 - Most Natural News readers are sufficiently wary of the terms natural or all-natural on packaged foods, even in health food stores. Too many who aren't aware think that natural means "organic" or at least "GMO-free." Surprise, not only are they not organic, but they often contain some GMOs. Consumers...

FDA loopholes allow imports of chemical paper products that cause permanent brain damage in infants

11/2/2014 - A group of consumer and health groups came together on October 16 demanding that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issue an outright ban on a group of man-made chemicals that are wreaking havoc on both people and the environment. While the hazards surrounding perchlorate and perfluorocarboxylates...

Olive oil is the healthiest choice when it comes to frying food, study finds

11/1/2014 - A new study published October 22 reinforces once again that olive oil is one of the best oils for cooking compared to other seed oils. Researchers based their conclusion on a few different factors, including nutritional content and the oil's ability to maintain quality under high temperatures. Published...

End food battles with picky children

11/1/2014 - How many times have you heard, "I'm not gonna eat that. It's gross!" Maybe your kids are a bit more polite about it, but nevertheless, there are a lot of children who declare war at the dinner table when they are told to eat food they don't like. Too often, anxious parents give in and allow their kids...

Organic and 'natural' brands owned by big corporations funnel millions of dollars into anti-GMO-labeling campaign

10/30/2014 - California's Proposition 37, an initiative proposed in 2012 that would've required the mandatory labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), set the precedent for other states attempting to pass similar legislation. Prop 37 failed because of illegal, unethical and snake-like tactics carried...

Labeling GMO foods would cost consumers less than 1 cent per day, report says

10/29/2014 - As suspected by many health food advocates who are pushing for GMO labeling laws in various states, the alarm that labeling GMOs would drastically increase food prices is bogus. But it works on the unthinking masses who don't really care enough about what they eat to send them to the polls, voting against...

Hospitals and nursing homes: places of health and healing?

10/26/2014 - Dear reader, you may be familiar with the "Until Every Child Is Well" song from the commercials of a prominent Boston hospital. Just in case you aren't, for review purposes, here is a portion of the song: I wanna give you a world that's free from struggle; Wanna build you a world where you can spread...

Coca-Cola, Pepsi give $1 million each to oppose GMO labeling

10/26/2014 - The fight for the Right to Know what's in our food continues as both Colorado and Oregon launch campaigns promoting the mandatory GMO-labeling initiative that voters will see on the November 4 ballot. If passed, Colorado's Proposition 105 would mandate labeling of genetically modified (GM) ingredients...

Starving Liberians threaten to break out of Ebola quarantine as food supply runs out

10/25/2014 - Rumors continue to circulate from speculating sources that the Ebola pandemic in Africa is one giant hoax. This conspiracy theory undermines the pain, disease and starvation that West Africans have been facing. An Associated Press photo taken from Monday, October 20, shows that the pandemic continues,...

Chicago schools become overcrowded disease factories feeding children rotten food as district runs out of money

10/24/2014 - A new deal between the Chicago Public School (CPS) system and a private custodial and cafeteria service was promised to save the district tens of millions but instead resulted in some students having to clean their own school before the school year began and being served rotten food for lunch. In...

Tweeting about food poisoning shown to help combat the problem

10/24/2014 - Some people curse technology, saying that it takes up too much of their time or that it's too hard to keep up with the ever-changing trends. Others revel in its many benefits, which have now extended to helping identify outbreaks of food poisoning. Twitter in particular is at the forefront of this...

The three-pronged strategy that will prevent Monsanto from ruling the world

10/23/2014 - No question that biotech and BioAg giant Monsanto is a mega-corporation with lots of cash and lots of power, but that doesn't mean that it will rise to rule the world, in a manner of speaking. That issue was addressed recently by Living Green magazine, which noted that "the issue of how we grow and...

Global famine could destroy society if Ebola outbreak isn't stopped, United Nations warns

10/21/2014 - The United Nations (UN) World Food Program (WFP) is having trouble meeting the escalating hunger needs of West Africans, millions of whom are currently suffering through the worst Ebola outbreak in history. And as the disease continues to spread, the threat of food shortages, and possibly a worldwide...

Survey reveals huge differences in cost of organic foods from Whole Foods and other stores

10/21/2014 - As much as we all love organic foods, there's times when we certainly don't love the price. While many of us make sacrifices in other areas of our lives in order to afford splurging a little more on good food, you may not have to if you're willing to expand the horizon of grocery stores in which you...

California crop harvests plummet as drought takes toll on national food supply

10/20/2014 - The end of September marked three straight years of severe drought for California, with the state receiving less than 60 percent of its average precipitation. The lack of rainfall has resulted in immense suffering throughout the state, leaving low reservoirs, fallowed farmland, rising unemployment...

Why eating healthy doesn't always result in the health you desire

10/20/2014 - When deciding to finally become healthy, one of the first things we evaluate and change is the food we put in our mouth. After all, nutrition is the fuel our body runs on and to get premium results we need the best fuel, right? Turns out that is only partly true, as many people are figuring out that...

Low-level radiation causes death and disease in wildlife near Fukushima

10/20/2014 - How can a nuclear reactor meltdown in Japan affect ecosystems, plant and animal life, and even insects on the other side of the world? What are we doing right now that could ultimately impact someone else's future on an entirely different continent? What are we doing to the earth that could eventually...

Top ways to keep the body and the environment as healthy as possible

10/17/2014 - With so much competition between brands, many of which cleverly phrase product names and ingredients in misleading ways, it's often hard to keep track of what's truly healthy anymore. Labeling often has mixed messages; for example, we've reported on the fact that the FDA doesn't have a set standard...

Certain foods linked to feelings of anger and agression while others work to control anger, ease stress

10/17/2014 - Whether it's sitting in traffic or dealing with mounting frustrations in the workplace, everyone feels angry from time to time. However, exhibiting too much of this strong emotion, while it may seem to be a feel-good outlet, can negatively impact health. Anger is linked to muscle tightness, flushed...

Leading expert warns that brains are shrinking, offers tips on building healthier 'organ of connection'

10/16/2014 - According to Dr. Drew Ramsey, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and author of Fifty Shades of Kale, "We have changed our diet so much in the past 100 years that the human brain is actually no shrinking." However, he explains that, with...

48-year-old cures high blood pressure, heart palpitations by maintaining this food protocol

10/15/2014 - I recently got to sit down with a 48-year-old man from Illinois who used to struggle with high blood pressure and overall hypertension. He remembers experiencing intermittent heart palpitations and episodes of intense heart racing when bending over and standing up quickly. About 15 years ago, his doctor...

Fight food waste by reusing these commonly discarded food parts

10/14/2014 - According to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, 842 million people worldwide are malnourished, and every day, 25,000 die from starvation. Thinking that it's not an issue in developed countries like the United States is an inaccurate assumption, as one in seven families experiences...

Beyond obesity: Western diet shown to make people stupid

10/12/2014 - Eating junk food doesn't just make you fat -- it also makes you stupid. Researchers from Australia came to this conclusion after evaluating the dietary habits of young teenagers as part of a large study, determining that those who consume a high amount of soft drinks, fried foods and other processed...

6 undeniable reasons you are overweight

10/9/2014 - The commonly held assumption that being overweight is simply a mathematical formula of calories in and calories out is an outdated way of thinking that needs to be changed. Weight gain is often a complicated dynamic between one's culture, environment, exercise habits, eating styles, genetics, and biochemical...

Two excellent foods for better digestion that you're missing out on

10/7/2014 - Are you soaking up all your nutrients? Many individuals carefully consider what they eat, but do they think about digestion enough? If you're not digesting your food well enough, you may not be absorbing all those nutrient-packed foods. Daily multivitamins may also not be being absorbed. A healthy,...

Two people enroll in food stamps for every one job created in Illinois

10/5/2014 - The U.S. economy was a disaster when Barack Obama ascended to the White House in January 2009, a phenomenon that he and fellow Democrats repeatedly blamed on his predecessor, George W. Bush. The mainstream media willfully and relentless echoed that blame, a campaign that was so effective that, even...

Peanut butter company CEO reportedly conspired to ship Salmonella-tainted peanut butter that killed 9 people

10/5/2014 - The results of a new court case offer a glimmer of hope that large, corporate food producers and individual executives will begin to be held accountable for their actions. Evidence of the peanut butter fraud first surfaced in 2009 following an investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

Is your thyroid sluggish? Foods that benefit the thyroid with selenium and iodine

10/4/2014 - Is your hair thinning or falling out? When you look in the mirror, does it seem that the outer edges of your eyebrows have disappeared? Have you gained or lost weight without changing your diet? Are you tired all the time? You may be one of the millions of Americans with undiagnosed thyroid disease. ...

Organic food consumers have a 21% lower risk of pre-eclampsia

10/4/2014 - Pregnant women may be able to lower their risk of a potentially deadly complication known as pre-eclampsia by more than 20 percent simply by eating more organic vegetables, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National Institute for Consumer Research and the Norwegian Institute of...

USDA continues secret process of appointing corporate factory farm executives to Organic Standards Board

10/3/2014 - Passed in 1990, the Farm Bill's intent was to set regulations for the agricultural sector, implementing provisions for food, nutrition, forestry, natural resource conservation, environmental protection and rural development, among other facets. Also referred to as FACT-90 (Food, Agriculture, Conservation,...

Texas Ebola family ordered into 21-day lockdown isolation or face arrest; told to give blood on command

10/2/2014 - For the last few weeks, every time I've warned readers about the coming forced quarantines, isolation orders and government-mandated medical procedures that would be directed at American citizens, I was told that such claims were completely false and would never happen in America. I guess Dallas...

The best way to help your body protect itself against Ebola (or any virus or bacteria)

10/1/2014 3:19:21 PM - With the threat of the Ebola virus spreading, there is a need to understand what natural options are readily available to you in case you don't want to be subjected to conventional medical treatments and infected patients in hospitals. The only proven system to help eradicate the Ebola virus is your...

Top ten things you need to do NOW to protect yourself from an uncontrolled Ebola outbreak

10/1/2014 - Now that Ebola "patient zero" has been confirmed in the United States, it's clear that Ebola is spreading far beyond the control of any government or health department. Just weeks ago, President Obama promised Ebola wouldn't arrive in the United States, but now it's here. The CDC is promising that...

Record number of Americans are now affected by food insecurity that is only exacerbated by social programs

9/29/2014 - Food insecurity describes a lack of certainty for a household's next meal, not enough nutritious food or a lack of stability of household food supplies. In the USA, this issue is debatable somewhat, because what constitutes real nutritious food diverges considerably from the most common perceptions...

World War E: Are you prepared for the end of civilization?

9/28/2014 - With the threat of an Ebola outbreak looming over our heads, lots of people who never even considered "prepping" as a worthwhile endeavor are stocking up on N95 masks, nitrile gloves and impermeable shoe covers. Because Ebola kills in such a rapid and gruesome fashion, it's the stuff of horror movies...

Vitamin B12 - A rare deficiency unless you're vegan

9/28/2014 - The requirement for vitamin B12 is very low, but it is absolutely essential. A mild vitamin B12 deficiency results in weakness and fatigue. A more serious deficiency causes shortness of breath, nervousness, numbness and tingling in extremities, and problems with balance. A severe deficiency can lead...

Processed food industry pushing America toward 'perfect storm' of runaway diabetes and death

9/27/2014 - If the land of the free and home of the brave looked in the mirror today, they'd see a diseased and docile figure in the reflection -- a whimpering fragment of what men and women used to be. Setting the shovel and hoe aside, Americans have run for cover, hiding under the wings of a food system that...

Sierra Leone announces indefinite citizen lockdown: two million people forced into endless quarantine as food prices skyrocket

9/26/2014 - High-density population areas of Sierra Leone have just been locked down in the largest pandemic quarantine in history, and it's already causing a collapse of the food delivery infrastructure. The local government says forced isolation orders will remain in effect until Ebola is eradicated. This essentially...

Philippine farmers reject Golden Rice as a corporate scheme to indebt farmers and destroy food security

9/25/2014 - In the Bicol Region of the Philippines, hundreds of farmers, scientists and consumers are gathering in opposition to the commercialization of Syngenta's GM Golden Rice. Feeling as if their property is being overtaken and their food system hijacked, the farmers are rejecting their government's endorsement...

These potassium-rich foods can help prevent fatal strokes in mature women

9/25/2014 - Strokes, which occur when there's an interruption in blood flow, are the third leading cause of death in the United States, behind heart disease and cancer, according to the Siteman Cancer Center. More than 600,000 strokes plague Americans each year, taking the lives of more than 150,000 people,...

Medical martial law in Sierra Leone resulted in immediate food shortages

9/24/2014 - Sierra Leone just concluded a three-day lockdown of the entire nation that officials claimed would help nip Ebola in the bud and prevent it from spreading any further. But reports indicate that this concerning declaration of medical martial law ended up causing major food shortages instead, as many...

Learn food wildcrafting, survival medicine, Ebola defenses and more in these upcoming educational events

9/23/2014 - (Natural News) We've got an incredible lineup of educational events happening over the next week that you probably won't want to miss: My interview as part of the Transform Your Health Summit runs tomorrow! Don't miss this talk about preventing disease and unleashing your inner healing potential....

Spinach extract can naturally reduce appetite & food cravings

9/23/2014 - For those that are looking for a natural way to reduce hunger cravings for "junk" food, one recent option that could be helpful is spinach extract. The extract thylakoids have been found in a recent study to substantially decrease our hunger for things such as sweets or fast foods (commonly referred...

Healthy diet at midlife lowers risk of dementia by 90%

9/22/2014 - While studies in the past have acknowledged the role that specific foods play in mental wellness and the reduction of age induced problems such as dementia, a new study looks at the diet as a whole. The findings are a strong indicator that what you eat during midlife will have a powerful impact on...

Top 5 plant based foods that improve your digestion

9/19/2014 - Digestive health could easily be touted as one of the most important aspects of your health. Unfortunately, our digestive systems have been compromised due to a highly refined and nutrient deficient food supply, various toxins, and stress. The good news is that digestive balance can be restored by eliminating...

Are smoothies really so healthy? Here's how to make sure yours are

9/18/2014 - Smoothies are popular these days. We drink them as an alternative to unhealthy drinks or as a meal replacement. But are they really healthy? They can be. The question is: What's in your smoothie? At some smoothie stands, smoothies are made with 3 basic ingredients: frozen fruit, fruit juice,...

Conventional, organic plant breeding offers natural way to overcome pests and weeds while improving food security

9/17/2014 - As the biototech industry crows on with their "feeding the world" nonsense, several studies have demonstrated that the best way to feed the world is by smaller, organic, regional farming. One of the largest studies was even sponsored by the UN. But that doesn't get touched by the mainstream media...

USDA rules will allow chicken factories to conduct their own inspections

9/17/2014 - Apparently overburdened with having to police the filthy factory farm industry in accordance with the law, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has decided to simply hand over the inspection reigns to processing plants themselves, according to new reports. Updated "food safety" guidelines will...

The biggest lies told by the food industry

9/16/2014 - There's no wasting time here. People must know. You may be aware of some of the following tricks, lies, schemes and plots to keep people malnourished and in need of constant medical attention, but then again, you may not. The biggest lies in this world are the ones more likely to be believed, and "Big...

4 ways to prevent allergies in children

9/16/2014 - Due to the overwhelming burden of toxins in the world and a largely monotonous diet rooted in grains and sugars, allergies have become commonplace. This has created a weakness in our genetic profile that is being passed down from one generation to the next, causing allergies to pop up in the very early...

B vitamins, your mental health & your wellbeing

9/15/2014 8:24:35 PM - B vitamins are essential to many functions of the body. They aid in breaking down simple carbohydrates into glucose, the fuel for the brain and the body. They help manufacture new red blood cells and help them carry iron and create hemoglobin. And although these functions are vital to life, the most...

Food brand update: Annie's sells out to General Mills while Barbara's gets its cereals Non-GMO Project Verified

9/15/2014 - General Mills, one of the most deceptive food companies in the world and a processed food giant that funds efforts to block GMO labeling transparency, is reportedly purchasing Annie's for $820 million. [1] Annie's, based in Berkeley, California, is a well-known organic food brand that has long been...

Fast food workers use 'civil disobedience,' to earn higher wages for low-skill jobs replaceable by robots

9/15/2014 - No one ever said that flipping burgers and making tacos should be a career, but unfortunately too many fast food workers have bought into a bogus bill of goods being sold to them by unions, politicians and others that their "profession" is, well, a profession and they should be paid like it. Unfortunately...

Quinoa's many health benefits

9/15/2014 - Quinoa is a grain crop native to the Andean Mountains of South America. Although the leaves of the plant can be consumed as a leaf vegetable, quinoa is primarily grown for its seeds. These seeds, which are cooked in a similar way to rice, come in three colors (red, white and black) and are much-loved...

Does your food contain traces of allergy-inducing antibiotic residue?

9/14/2014 - They're an important part of a well balanced diet, but your favorite fruits and vegetables could be harboring silent chemicals that, in some people, may trigger a severe allergic reaction. A 10-year-old girl recently found this out the hard way after eating a supposedly allergen-free blueberry pie that,...

Veteran MD buys farm and prescribes food as medicine

9/12/2014 7:13:54 PM - Meet Dr. Ronald Weiss, MD, an internist with a successful 25-year medical practice in West New York who moonlights as an assistant professor at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark. Weiss, a 52-year-old married father of two, sold his lucrative practice and liquidated all his assets so he...

More New York schools ditch Michelle Obama's totalitarian school lunch scheme

9/12/2014 - Forget what Michelle Obama has to say about nutrition -- we're going back to the old ways. This is what two more school districts in New York recently decided after witnessing major financial losses and starving students who simply can't stomach the First Dictator's obtuse guidelines for "healthy" school...

Drastic reduction in antibiotic use announced by third largest U.S. chicken producer

9/11/2014 - Finally, consumer demands are beginning to be met by some corporations in the food industry. Consumer advocacy groups, food activists and alternative media have all contributed to pushing the boundaries of the food industry in a way that offers true customer satisfaction. The most recent victory...

Big Food tripled spending this year to stifle growing GMO labeling movement

9/9/2014 - It is something that, as an American and a consumer, ought to outrage you: Big Food companies spending tens of millions of dollars just to keep information from you -- to prevent you from knowing all that there is to know about a substance, or substances, that could be harming your health, as well as...

10 superfoods for babies and toddlers

9/9/2014 - Babies and toddlers do not eat much food because their tummies are tiny. That is why it is important to feed them foods that are packed with nutrients. Superfoods are natural foods that are high in nutrients and antioxidants packed with health giving properties. They are easily digestible and keep the...

Farmers' market vouchers can improve food security and nutrition in struggling families

9/9/2014 - Attempts to improve food security -- i.e. knowing that one or one's family can eat next week -- with government aid programs like food stamps -- a.k.a. SNAP (Supplement Nutritional Assistance Program) -- and NGO food banks have limited success. SNAP recipients tend to not resist their processed and...

Junk food rewires brains to make people addicted and avoid eating a balanced diet

9/8/2014 - The food industry is a sophisticated, calculating and very profitable enterprise that preys on consumer weaknesses, ones they've strategically created. Food sellers have one priority when it comes to consumers, and it's not their health, but rather assurance. They need you to keep coming back for...

Cornell University takes $5.6 million from Gates Foundation, partners with Biotech Industry to produce pro-GMO propaganda

9/7/2014 - Governments have teamed up with the biotech industry in the past to demonize critics of genetically modified foods and crops, as well as promote efforts to propagandize their use. Now, it seems, academia is teaming up with the industry as well, and for the same reasons. In a recent announcement,...

Spinach extract improves weight loss by almost 50%, can eliminate food cravings

9/7/2014 - Growing up and living in 21st century America sometimes feels as if you're being raised in a giant shopping mall. Along the city streets are the colorful pop-up signs of fast food joints. No, you can't push the X button to make the pop-ups go away as if they were ads on the computer screen. The catchy...

37 lies Americans tell themselves to avoid confronting reality

9/7/2014 - Have you noticed the incredible detachment from reality exhibited by the masses these days? The continued operation of modern society, it seems, depends on people making sure they don't acknowledge reality (or try to deal with it). "Denial" is what keeps every sector of civilization humming along: medicine,...

Global famine by 2050 as pest explosion overtakes world's food crops

9/7/2014 - Some regions of the world could starve while others fight for their remaining food as pests overwhelm crops in less than 40 years, a new study has found. Many of the world's leading crop-producers are likely to be inundated if current trends continue, the study concluded. As reported by Britain's...

Fast food protesters to be hit with massive job losses when Obama grants amnesty in November

9/6/2014 - My heart goes out to all those fast food workers protesting for higher wages, but I'm sad to have to watch them experience the harsh lesson in real-world economics that's about to hit home. By taking to the streets and demanding $15 / hr. in wages, fast food workers are unintentionally making themselves...

Lack of sleep linked to insatiable junk food cravings

9/6/2014 - According to a study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley, a sleepless night may make you likely to eat junk food rather than healthier choices like vegetables and whole grains. This study offers additional insights into the link between obesity and poor sleep. Researchers scanned the brains...

U.S. government bullied Vietnam into keeping GM foods unlabeled

9/4/2014 - The Obama Administration has been accused of pressuring Vietnam into rejecting the labeling of genetically modified foods, despite the passage in June of a law by Hanoi that would require it, for the benefit of U.S.-based agri- and biotech giants. According to Thanh Nien News, the Vietnamese law...

Sugar is poison, reveals physician author

9/4/2014 - Sugar is now considered the "devil's food" thanks to a brilliant physician and prolific author exposing the hidden truth about it in his new book. Dr. Robert Lustig studies what sugars do to entire populations around the world, so this is no "end the cravings" novel or "sugar for dummies" information...

In Liberia doctors go on strike against food shortages and unpaid wages as Ebola spreads beyond control

9/3/2014 5:40:58 PM - Conditions are rapidly deteriorating in the West African country of Liberia, one of the hardest-hit countries during the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history. Reports indicate that healthcare workers at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFK) in Monrovia, Liberia's capital, recently went on strike...

Man rides bamboo bicycle across U.S. while 'dumpster diving' for edible, wasted food

9/2/2014 3:29:56 PM - In an effort to increase awareness about food waste and help find solutions to fight the problem, an activist by the name of Rob Greenfield is cycling across America on a bamboo bicycle for his Goodfluence tour.(1) As he rides, he finds dumpsters that are filled with food that many consider...

The coming oil collapse will lead to global famine followed by food revolution and renewal

9/2/2014 - The era we are all witnessing in our world right now may one day be called the "era of collapse." As is now evident to anyone paying attention, humans are rapidly using up all the world's finite resources. Water aquifers are being pumped dry, rare earth minerals are being depleted through aggressive...

Colorado's GMO labeling measure Prop 105 to be voted on in November

9/2/2014 - Activists and concerned citizens in the state of Colorado have succeeded in having a proposal placed on the November ballot that, if approved by a majority of the general public, would make it mandatory to label genetically modified foods, according to a recent announcement by the secretary of state's...

9 anti-cancer foods you cannot ignore

9/2/2014 - With modern lifestyles, people are exposed to multiple carcinogenic agents on a daily basis. It is hence no wonder that cancer rates are soaring. To keep far away from this terrifying disease, below is a list of cancer foods that cannot be ignored. 1. Flavonoid-rich berries These berries include...

It is Illegal to add fluoride to food or salt in the U.S

8/31/2014 - In 1909 the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a law that prohibited the addition of any fluoride chemical to food. By then fluoride was well known as an industrial pollutant that harmed plants, animals, and humans. This was known long before skeletal and dental fluorosis were described in the scientific...

Are these familiar foods poisoning you with cadmium?

8/31/2014 - We normally try our best on a day-to-day basis to make sound food choices and live a clean lifestyle. But sometimes an edible that we think encourages health can actually cause harm. Due to an affinity with heavy metals in the environment, some plants and animals absorb toxins like cadmium more readily...

Russian government instates fines for violating GMO labeling regulations

8/30/2014 - The Russian government doesn't buy into America's genetically modified seed hype so easily. In fact, the Russian government takes a hard stance against the patented seeds, since some are spliced with bacteria to produce insecticide from within. When this kind of lab-manipulated food finds its way into...

Newest study reinforces the prostate-cancer fighting abilities of a tomato-rich diet

8/29/2014 - While it's important to eat a range of fruits and vegetables to help maintain overall health, a recent study has found that tomato consumption is particularly ideal for men wishing to reduce their risk of prostate cancer.(1) The study, led by researchers at the University of Bristol, divided men...

Europe continues paying farmers for food that's now being wasted due to Russian sanctions

8/29/2014 - Officials with the European Union have implemented "emergency" support measures aimed at providing cash to farmers hit hard by Russia's ban on imports of fruit and vegetables from the continent. As reported by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and other media, the newly passed measures call for expenditures...

San Francisco to support urban agriculture with new tax break zone

8/29/2014 - Everywhere in the United States, home owners who grow vegetables or fruit for their own families are hassled by local authorities and forced to destroy their gardens. But the trend in California is toward legalizing urban homegrown food supplies, even for commerce. The city of San Francisco is on...

Venezuelan government announces mandatory biometric cards to control supermarket shoppers

8/28/2014 - Venezuela's continuing experiment with Marxist socialism continues to be an abject failure -- as much as every other country's experimentation with Marxist socialism -- as evidenced by the country's shrinking productivity, tanking economy and shortages of basic goods. So bad have things gotten in...

West African locals quarantined at gunpoint grow desperate for food rations as Ebola continues to ravage the region

8/28/2014 - What were once robust West African villages are now being reduced to ghost towns, as if a nuclear disaster had stricken the area. With Ebola now affecting 2,600 people worldwide, and with a death rate around 90 percent, the viral outbreak has Africans in a panic. Thousands of residents in Dolo Town,...

After taking antibiotics, this is what you need to do to restore healthy intestinal flora

8/28/2014 - Antibiotics kill bacteria. The problem is, our bodies are filled with bacteria, and those microbes are essential to our health. Our gut is home to 300-1000 different species of bacteria that help us digest our food, create and synthesize vitamins, repel invading pathogens, create neurotransmitters,...

Food allergies could be cured by probiotics, scientists discover

8/28/2014 - An estimated 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies, affecting one in every 13 children, and nearly $25 billion is spent annually on treating children's food allergies. If left untreated, patients can enter into anaphylaxis, a reaction to food allergens or insect stings that includes swelling...

Addiction - 3 not so well known causes

8/28/2014 - Addictions affect millions of people in the United Sates, and alternative medicine believes conventional medicine fails at treatment, as they do not recognize the genetic and biochemical imbalances that research has shown to be at the heart of addiction. Often perceived as a lack of will power, addiction...

FDA admits not knowing about existence of many food chemicals, let alone their safety

8/27/2014 - The explosive introduction of new food additives, in addition to an easing of some federal oversight requirements, has allowed manufacturers to dodge scrutiny from the Food and Drug Administration, the agency responsible for ensuring the safety of chemicals that are flowing into the food supply. And,...

How gut bacteria can make you fat, or help you lose weight

8/27/2014 - The average human body contains 37.2 trillion cells and 10 times as many microbes. The bacteria in our gut do more than aid in the digestion of food. They also protect the body from invading organisms, aid the immune system, create neurotransmitters, create and synthesize vitamins, and even influence...

Eating healthy meals as a family found to reduce high-risk behaviors in children

8/27/2014 - Studies have shown that when children eat meals with other family members, especially healthy meals, they're less likely to become involved in disordered eating, drug abuse or practice unsafe sex. (1) Considering that up to 15 percent of youth in the United States suffer from depression and approximately...

Maintain a healthy weight with organic food and exercise to lower your risk of these 10 cancers

8/26/2014 - Excess weight sure is easy to come by, but hard to drop; that's just a simple fact. Cravings for the "bad sugars," the bad fat and the bad salt can be overwhelming, but so can the health detriment from being overweight or obese for an extended period of time. Not only could you find yourself battling...

Kids growing up in cities have higher risk of developing food allergies

8/24/2014 - Statistics from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) show that 3 percent of adults and 6 percent of children have one or more food allergies. The rate of food allergies among children has been steadily rising over the past two decades as well. Johns Hopkins Children's Center headed a federally...

4 reasons your digestion Is ruined and what you can do about It

8/24/2014 - Digestive issues could quite possibly be the biggest reason for many of the ailments people suffer from today. Processed foods, chemicals, GMO's, prescriptions, and stress often initiate the issues, and once those things are cleaned up, many people still seem to suffer from improper digestion. It...

Over 90% of USA's 'staple crops' now GMO - the killers of the 'New Frontier'

8/23/2014 - According to the United States Department of Agriculture, genetic engineering of US corn, beets and soy has increased from 65 percent in 2006 to a shocking 90 percent in 2013. Why do so many countries around the world outright reject GMOs when America is forcing them down the throats of the general...

Nearly half the children born in the last decade are at risk of diabetes

8/21/2014 - According to News Daily, a CDC study has determined that two out five people born between 2000 and 2011 are expected to develop diabetes type 2. This rate is double what it was two decades ago for men, and it's a 50 percent increase for women. Currently, 29 million people suffer from mostly diabetes...

The most common mistakes health nuts make with their diet

8/21/2014 - There are phases we typically go through while learning to eat right and take control of our health. We tend to replace our bad habits with less harmful, but still bad habits. Relying on supplements On the road to health, we often turn to supplements and tinctures for a quick fix. They usually work...

Monsanto supporters trying to get Reuters reporter fired for reporting truth about GMOs

8/20/2014 - As consumers of news, readers understand that good journalism is predicated on fairness, balance and presenting all sides of an issue. That said, there most certainly are media outlets that tend to espouse a particular point of view, politically or otherwise, on key issues. However, when it comes...

10 helpful parenting tips for preparing a healthy school lunch

8/20/2014 - As parents begin sending their children back to public school, some are choosing to bypass the cafeteria's pre-planned food schedule, opting to pack their own lunch instead. A nonprofit food science organization, the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) has put together a list of helpful tips to help...

Is Walmart threatening organic food?

8/19/2014 - In the Michael Pollan sense, a bowl of fresh vegetables and whole grains that have been grown organically, without the use of industrial toxins, does not necessarily mean that it is "good food." Writing in the Rim County Gazette's blog, Arun Gupta says that, today, you might be more likely to find...

$7 billion in sales for Non-GMO Project-verified foods in one year!

8/18/2014 12:37:15 PM - The iconic butterfly (label) is really taking flight, surpassing projections by more than double last year, proving that 90% of Americans would love to know what is in their food and are taking actions to look for a label which tells them that the genes of their foods haven't been modified and altered...

How to avoid GMOs

8/18/2014 11:10:34 AM - The best way to avoid genetically modified foods is to know which foods are genetically modified and which foods are not. It helps to understand the difference between heirlooms, hybrids, and GMOs. With heirlooms, you save the seeds of a fruit or vegetable with favorable characteristics. Other than...

How colon damage occurs and how to cleanse it

8/18/2014 - There is an epidemic of digestive disorders occurring in North America, and it comes from a foundation of poor nutritional habits, negative emotions, and improper activity and rest. This results in various disease labels and conditions that ultimately end with prescriptions and surgeries, which only...

School kids are the target of GMO cancer-causing cafeteria food

8/18/2014 - If you are an adult reading this right now, you can probably still remember how bad cafeteria food quality was when you were in school, but that was before GMOs, genetically modified organisms, invaded the food, coupled with artificial growth hormones, MSG and aspartame. Get ready for an inside look...

Menu descriptions may influence your perception of food taste and how much you should pay

8/16/2014 - Being mindful of menu descriptions and menu layout can help one get the most out of their dining experience, not just in terms of how much they are willing to spend, but also in terms of what they actually want to eat. Some menu descriptions are set up to trick consumers into buying foods that they...

Top ten scientific achievements of Natural News and the Health Ranger (so far)

8/15/2014 - We've done a lot of original research here at Natural News, and we've made some extraordinary scientific and humanitarian breakthroughs with the potential to help save millions of lives. Did you know that Natural News is the only independent media organization in the world with its own ICP-MS atomic...

Organic food's immense potential to heal the sick

8/14/2014 - Let's face it, many Americans eat like pigs. They pull up to drive-through windows and they sit down at pancake houses, and they order up a completely GMO meal, full of gluten, refined sugar, MSG, animal fat and sometimes even artificial sweeteners. They wash it all down and repeat the cycle within...

Monsanto wants Americans to accept GMO food, ramps up propaganda efforts

8/14/2014 - In late July, biotech giant Monsanto, king of the GMOs, paid bloggers $150 each to attend what was billed as "an intimate and interactive panel" with "two female farmers and a team" from the company. It was a strict invitation-only affair, a three-hour brunch that took place on the heels of something...

Arsenic contamination of rice to be strictly limited by new U.N. standards

8/12/2014 - One of the world's most vastly consumed foods, while attempting to obtain necessary nutrients from the earth, also pulls some of the deadliest toxins from the soil during its growth process. The rice plant, and particularly brown rice, extracts toxins such as mercury, cadmium and arsenic from the...

Label GMOs Texas: grassroots campaign for food transparency launched in the Lone Star State

8/11/2014 - A grassroots campaign to require honest GMO labeling on food products has been launched in Texas. Called "Label GMOs Texas," the campaign follows in the footsteps of the highly successful Vermont campaign which achieved victory earlier this year. The Facebook page for the Texas campaign is available...

Leaked document of secret trade globalization meetings reveals lack of concern for food safety and public health

8/10/2014 - A draft chapter of the United States-European Union trade agreement that was leaked recently by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) shows that public health and food safety might be at risk, or so says an accompanying analysis of the document. According to the Cornucopia Institute...

Freezing blueberries increases availability of antioxidants - here are 8 ways this superfood benefits health

8/9/2014 - Just when you thought that the health benefits of blueberries couldn't be any more plentiful, new research has found that freezing the superfood actually increases the berry's nutritional content. Graduate student Marin Plumb, a food science major at South Dakota State University, found that frozen...

Three processed meat factories to close down across USA as customer demand shifts away from hot dogs

8/9/2014 - Tyson Foods Inc., the Springdale, Arkansas-based meat processor, announced plans to shut down three factories, in Iowa, New York and New Mexico, eliminating jobs for nearly one thousand people. All three of the factories produce processed meats like hot dogs, sausage and bacon, and are the largest...

One more good reason to avoid processed dairy: it shockingly contains hidden MSG

8/9/2014 - The risks of flavor enhancing food additive MSG (monosodium glutamate) are well known to many NaturalNews readers. MSG should be avoided, considering the fact that it is a dangerous excitotoxin that kills brain cells in the hypothalamus, promotes obesity and liver disease, and is linked to seizures,...

Organic food contains up to 60 percent more antioxidants: study

8/8/2014 - Organic food really is better for you, revealed the largest review of published data on organic food ever conducted. An international team of researchers from Newcastle University in the UK looked at 343 peer-reviewed studies comparing organic and conventional crops, and came to the conclusion that...

Organic family farms are likely to suffer from Wal-Mart's foray into organic food industry

8/6/2014 - What happens when large, powerful corporations violate the law and are immune from prosecution or accountability? They usually become repeat offenders, and in this situation, Wal-Mart, the culprit, is no exception. About seven years ago, the big box store was accused of "cheapening the value of the...

Poisoning the mind: 7 heavy metals to cleanse for your mental health (names, symptoms, research, common food sources)

8/6/2014 - History's largest mass poisoning of a human population has occurred in Bangladesh. Because of it, 35 million people have been exposed to lethal levels of arsenic. Mortality rates are estimated at 13 per 1000, which means that this poisoning has ended as many at 455,000 lives. It happened simply enough....

Are you allergic to GMO? Take the test!

8/5/2014 - First things first, write down a short paragraph describing how you feel and how many items you consumed in the last 24 hours that were GMO. The way to do this is to scan the barcode of the food with the FREE phone app "Fooducate," and then you will know within seconds. Then write down every food item,...

The coming farm-to-table food revolution

8/3/2014 - The chef of New York's pioneering farm-to-table restaurant, Dan Barber, proprietor of Blue Hill, has been a champion of the local, organic food movement for a long time. But now, he believes it is time to take the movement national, even global. "Farm-to-table has failed to transform the way most...

Nutrition impacts your willpower - so what will YOU do about it?

8/3/2014 - Some people smoke, some eat junk food, and some are on medications with horrific side effects, and other people are straight-edged, meaning that they don't drink, smoke or eat fast and processed food -- they wouldn't dare. Some people eat superfoods and take herbal formulas and tinctures for immunity...

If GMOs are healthy, why aren't its proponents (Biotech and Big Food) excited about labeling it?

8/3/2014 - Proponents of genetically modified food say that a "GMO" label on foods would mislead people into believing that they are unhealthy or unsafe. Why is that? Are they unhealthy or unsafe?! Proponents of GMO food (investors and manufacturers) have spent millions and millions of dollars to keep them unlabeled,...

Cinnamon essential oil can naturally prevent dangerous foodborne illnesses

8/2/2014 - Essential oil of cinnamon is a potent antibacterial agent that may be useful as a natural method for preventing the spread of foodborne illness, according to a study conducted by researchers from Washington State University that is scheduled for publication in the journal Food Control in December 2014. The...

How to cut down on food waste by learning label terminology

8/1/2014 - Although the biggest waste of food comes from Big Ag, a handful of major food distributors, and retail grocers and restaurants, minimizing personal food waste is vital for preserving what you eat before it spoils while not exceeding your food budget. William Fisher, vice president of science and...

Asparagus may make urine smell funny, but it delivers extraordinary health benefits

7/31/2014 - After consuming asparagus, many people notice that their urine has a distinctly different odor. While not on par with inhaling the pleasant aroma of rose petals, it's a normal process in the body and is not cause for concern. The reason urine smells different after eating asparagus According to Dr....

Warning: MSG could be hiding in many of your family's food choices

7/31/2014 - Monosodium glutamate, or MSG, is a food additive often used to enhance the flavor of foods, in particular processed ones. Hundreds of millions of pounds of MSG are added to foods worldwide every year. You probably already know about the harmful health effects of MSG and are trying to avoid it. But did...

4 most dangerous toxins deliberately and secretly infused into our food supply

7/30/2014 - One of the greatest long-term problems that health conscious individuals face is the pervasive contamination of the food supply. For decades, the FDA and other governmental agencies have allowed the multi-billion dollar food industry to grow and process its products with hundreds of questionably safe...

Man heals stage 3 prostate and colon cancers with raw food diet

7/30/2014 - Joshua Strayer was once told by seven different specialists that he had stage 3 colon and prostate cancer and that surgical treatment was necessary.(1) Without it, they told the newlywed that his wife might end up a widow in just six short months, a comment that both angered 330-pound Strayer yet propelled...

Man quits smoking by changing his computer password

7/28/2014 - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 16 million Americans suffer from a disease brought on by their cigarette-smoking habits. (1) Fortunately, the CDC also notes, "Overall smoking prevalence declined from 2005 (20.9%) to 2012 (18.1%)." (1) While the decline is good...

Obama promotes junk food to increase his popularity among 'regular Americans'

7/27/2014 - Currently facing the lowest public approval rating of his entire tenure, Barack Obama has adopted a new political strategy that he hopes will woo the American public to his side: junk food. That's right, the proclaimed president of the world's greatest superpower has taken to the streets, visibly chowing...

Record growth of organic food consumption in the U.S. and India

7/27/2014 - There has been record growth in sales of organic, non-GMO food in some of the world's largest produce markets, a good thing for consumers and advocates of clean, wholesome, non-bioengineered commodities. In the United States, the value of the organic foods market in 2013 exceeded $35 billion for...

3 common ways nutrients are being destroyed in your food

7/27/2014 - One of the greatest concerns with the food supply today is the toxicity and lack of nutrients. This begins with the seed, then the soil it is planted in, followed by the treatment it receives during its growth phase. But if that wasn't enough, a further degradation of food takes place between the harvest...

How to save loads of money while still eating organic, non-GMO foods

7/26/2014 - Everybody who cares about their health wants to eat organic, non-GMO foods, but the challenge is being able to afford it, right? Thanks to dwindling economic opportunities and job cuts almost everywhere, discretionary income is getting harder to come by for millions. At the same time, eating foods...

America's 'chlorine chicken' hampers trade talks with European Union

7/26/2014 - Unlike in the United States, Europeans have a much lower tolerance for meat products treated with chemicals and antibiotics, and they're not very fond of genetically modified foods (GM) either. Last week, European and U.S. officials entered into the sixth round of negotiations over whether or not...

Gluttons for punishment - people who don't put health first in their lives

7/26/2014 - It's easy to get preoccupied these days and forget about your health, if even for just a little while. We all know the repercussions of that, but it still happens to the best of us. We get caught up in certain daily routines, or stress and the economy weigh in heavily during certain periods or events,...

Beef and bacon prices hit all-time high in U.S. as meat prices continue to soar

7/25/2014 - Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) have sprung up in recent years, confining cattle in as little space as possible, with no room for the animals to roam, with no grass for them to feed on. Genetically modified feed is trough-fed to the animals as they fight for space and trounce in their...

Optimal sulfur levels can reverse chronic disease

7/25/2014 - Are you unable to lose excess weight? Do you have a family member at risk of dying from an "incurable" disease? According to a growing community of health experts, medical professionals need to consider the danger of sulfur deficiencies in the body and their impact on human health. Sulfur deficiencies...

Michelle Obama GMO hoax explodes into public backlash against Monsanto

7/25/2014 - We all got a good laugh today: The Michelle Obama GMO story that went viral Friday has been confirmed as a hoax, but it produced such a backlash of anger against the First Lady and Monsanto that the outcry became a new story all by itself. In a very real sense, the hoax story became a whole new story...

Michigan government forces farmers to destroy vast amounts of healthy food while homeless U.S. children and veterans starve

7/24/2014 4:26:03 PM - Very often, there is nothing so destructive and harmful as government bureaucracy, in which nameless, faceless automatons make decisions based on inflexible, arcane and inane rules. And it isn't just the federal bureaucracy; states can be just as guilty of blindly implementing policies that are clearly...

Green PolkaDot Box creates way to feed the world healthy food without harmful GMOs or poisons

7/24/2014 - Several years ago, Natural News announced the launch of the world's first online buying club for organic and non-GMO foods, Green PolkaDot Box, which offers healthy foods and consumer products to the public at wholesale prices. Well, now, this pioneer in clean living is unveiling a new concept that...

Even WSJ agrees: GMOs threaten food security while offering no solution for India's poor

7/22/2014 - The government of India appears to be slowly falling into the clutches of multinational chemical companies craftily pushing their own patented genetically modified (GM) crops as the solution to hunger and poverty, with a new bill set to deliver subsidized food made from these poisons to more than 800...

4 important questions to ask vendors at your local farmer's market

7/22/2014 - For the past 50 years, an overwhelming amount of farmland in the US has become concentrated into the hands of the few, as the idea of monoculture has expanded industrial farming practices. According to international land use group GRAIN, large industrial farms now control around 75 percent of the...

Fluoride, bleach and pesticide - three common chemicals in conventional food

7/22/2014 - Oh, the power of food to heal you, to prevent cancer and to make you feel wonderful, full of life and positive energy. It's amazing, and millions of people know. Then, there are the others. Some have been conned and some don't care too much about their health -- not in the short term or the long run....

What's new in the world of natural health: Hydroponic living produce, Don't Eat Cancer and One Degree Organic Foods

7/22/2014 - The rapid expansion of the natural health industry is taking the world by storm. More and more people are reading food labels now and demanding products with clean labels, low heavy metals and organic certification. Here's a wrap-up of some recent launches: Two new books, a new "living produce" IndieGoGo...

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