• Food and Mood
    In this week’s discussion, Rosie and I talk about food and mood. Some foods can make us feel happy or so we may think. (Discussion here). Comfort food, for example, may provide us with temporary comfort but may not always make us feel well in the long run.  Those “comfort foods” may c...
  • Dilemmas of Aging
    Many people as they age are contemplating the dilemmas of aging. In our chat today, Rosie and I discuss some of those dilemmas and how we have a choice in how we age. After all, we are all aging, aren’t we? The other day, a friend of Rosie’s shared this with her: “I’ve not intentionally eaten...
  • What Your Food Ate
    The root of good health starts on farms. I spoke with Anne Biklé and David R. Montgomery, authors of What Your Food Ate about the science and research behind their latest book. What Your Food Ate, How To Heal Our Land And Reclaim Our Health highlights evidence from recent science to forgotten sc...
  • Have You Priced The Cost Of Illness?
    Many people who are on limited incomes resist buying organics, because of the expense. And, because there is some controversial content disputing the benefits of organic foods, it can be confusing.  Some people just can’t decide and then fall back on hoping for the best while fearing the wo...
  • Eating Like Your Life Depends On It
    My life work is educating about toxins and chemicals in our food supply and offering solutions on how to create a healthy life where you can thrive. I recently spoke at the Health and Homesteading Conference in Southern California about eating like your life depends on it. Because it does! In...
  • Health and Homesteading
    Today I spoke with Dr. Chris Boman, holistic chiropractor, father, author, and homesteader. Homesteading has grown exponentially over the last couple of years with many people wanting to know more about where their food comes from and to be part of that process. Dr. Boman shares with us how he g...
  • Impossible Burger: Got Glyphosate?
    The company, Impossible Foods, is growing exponentially. Many are familiar with their Impossible Burger but they also make “fake” chicken, pork, sausage, and meatballs. You see these products in grocery stores, at Burger King, White Castle, Starbucks, and many restaurants. The compan...
  • Cornucopia Institute on Animal Welfare
    I spoke with Kestrel Burcham, Policy Director at The Cornucopia Institute, about animal welfare and what is happening with the Organic Livestock and Poultry Standards (OLPS) ruling which is coming up for approval by the USDA. The poultry industry and animal welfare standards has been an area tha...
  • Unique Study Shows Glyphosate and Roundup Disrupt Human Gut Bacteria
    Both glyphosate and Roundup disturbed the gut microbiome in a study conducted in a simulated human digestive tract, but some of the changes were reversed with a probiotic formulation. This is the first study to prove that glyphosate and Roundup disrupt the human gut microbiome. Methods The...
  • 7 Reasons Why Gene Editing is Dangerous
    Gene editing is cheap, easy, prone to side effects, poorly regulated and can permanently alter nature’s gene pool-a recipe for disaster. In the short video (6.33 minutes) you will learn about the 7 reasons why gene editing is dangerous and unpredictable. This article was first posted by...

Join Us

 

We respect your email privacy

Email Marketing by AWeber

More Health Products