E.A.T. Bringing Conversation Back to the Table

Leah Di Bernardo loves delicious healthy food and bringing people together at the table. She is the Founder and Chef at E.A.T., Extraordinary Artisan Table, a farm-to-table eatery and gathering place where people come together for great food and conversation. (Listen to interview here)  E.A.T. features a locally foraged and in-house crafted menu, a sustainable … continue reading …

Dr. Jonathan Lundgren: USDA Whistleblower

Dr. Jonathan Lundgren’s career was thriving! He is an agroecologist, entomologist and was a senior research scientist with the USDA ARS (Agricultural Research Services). He won an award for being the best young scientist out of 1,000, which was the highest honor given to young scientists by the Office of the President and life was good. Then things … continue reading …

Three Generations Stand Up to Monsanto at Annual Shareholders’ Meeting

Rachel Parent of Kids Right to Know, Anne Temple of Moms Across America (standing in for Zen Honeycutt, Founder), and Beth Savitt of the SHAKA Movement Maui, representing three generations, took on Monsanto at their Annual Shareholders’ Meeting on Friday, January 29. The initiative to attend the meeting at Monsanto’s headquarters in St. Louis was … continue reading …

Dr. David Perlmutter: Protecting the Brain and Healing the Gut

Dr. David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition.  He is the author of many books including the New York Times Bestsellers, Grain Brain, The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs and Sugar – Your Brain’s Silent Killer and Brain Maker, The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and … continue reading …

Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Is A Whole Food Plant Based Diet Right For You?

Dr. T. Colin Campbell, nutritional scientist with a long list of credentials and co-author of the widely popular book, The China Study, Whole and featured in the documentaries, Forks Over Knives and PlantPure Nation, spoke with Food Integrity Now today (the interview is at the bottom of the page.)  Dr. Campbell talked about the research … continue reading …

Shining Light on the DARK Act

In July this year, the U.S. House of Representatives passed HR 1599, a bill we call the DARK Act (Denying American’s the Right to Know) because it would deny voters the right to pass state bills to label genetically engineered foods (GMOs) and make mandatory labeling at the federal level impossible. This bill, if passed in the Senate, … continue reading …

Henry Rowlands: The Detox Project

Henry Rowlands learned at an early age the importance of organic farming and sustainable agriculture. His mother started one of the first GMO Free public pressure groups, GMFree Wales, in the 1990s. In our interview with Henry today (interview link at the bottom of the page), he candidly talks about how he was motivated from … continue reading …

Dr. Don Huber – The Latest Science on GMOs, Glyphosate and Infertility

Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus, Plant Pathology, Purdue University, shared some of the latest information on GMOs, glyphosate, infertility and what scientists are finding about this flawed science called genetic engineering. Dr. Huber is one of the leading scientists in the world who continues to educate and research genetic engineering and the toxic herbicide, glyphosate. … continue reading …

Altered Genes, Twisted Truth – The FDA’s Illegal Release of GE Foods

In 1998, when Steven Druker’s organization, the Alliance for Bio-Integrity, and several other plaintiffs, including 9 well-credentialed life scientists, filed a lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they had no idea what they were about to discover and uncover. The story that unfolded through the process of this lawsuit is so appalling and … continue reading …

From Anger to Activism: Diana Reeves of GMO Free USA

Not many have the dedication to changing our food system like Diana Reeves, Founder of GMO Free USA. GMO Free USA seeks to change our broken food system and polluted agricultural system through research, education, and uncompromising advocacy and activism. I interviewed Diana this week and her story is both tragic and courageous! Not only was … continue reading …