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Avoiding GMO foods and going organic improves health, survey reports

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(NaturalHealth365) For over twenty years, environmental groups and natural health experts have sounded the alarm about the dangers of GMO foods or, better said, the ‘genetically altered’ food supply! In addition, many integrative healthcare providers have contributed GMO foods with the soaring rates of disease like, inflammatory bowel disease and ulcerative colitis – to name a couple. Now, the results ... Read More »

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Why eating organic is the only way to stop antibiotic resistance

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(NaturalHealth365) Antibiotic resistance – marked by the rise of difficult-to-treat “superbugs” such as MRSA – has been labeled by the World Health Organization as an emerging global public health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – which echoes the stance of the WHO in characterizing antibiotic resistance as one of the world’s “most pressing” health problems ... Read More »

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75% of non-organic spinach contaminated with a neurotoxic bug killer that is banned in Europe

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(NaturalHealth365) Leafy, green spinach has become the darling of dietitians and nutritionists – and for good reason. Packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, calcium and fiber, spinach is a true superfood that can support eye health, promote healthy weight and even help prevent cancer.  But, there’s something more you should know. Recent tests conducted by the United ... Read More »

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Organic city: Portland, Maine bans toxic pesticides on public and private property

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(NaturalHealth365) At the beginning of 2018, the City Council of Portland, Maine decided in a unanimous vote (9-0) to restrict toxic pesticide use in favor of safer organic methods. The decision applies to all lands and yards in the city, both private and public. (Why can’t other cities do this?) It took two and a half years of intense discussion ... Read More »

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NH365 101: Going beyond organic foods – Growing techniques for maximum nutrition and flavor

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS(NaturalHealth365) Our foods have been under attack by the biotech industry and its chemical products for decades. And, the negative effects are clear for us to see. Simply put, many of our food crops have dramatically lost their nutritional value … some agricultural experts would say by as ... Read More »

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This plan MUST be stopped: The release of genetically engineered moths will contaminate the organic food supply

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(NaturalHealth365) There is a scary plan – the first of its kind – to release genetically engineered (GE) moths into organic food crops in New York State.  Up to 10,000 GE male diamondback moths are to be released – EACH WEEK – during the next three to four month cabbage planting cycle. The plan is intended to control the spread ... Read More »

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Organic milk deception: Millions of cartons contain unwanted factory-brewed oil

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(NaturalHealth365) If you’ve ever seen organic milk advertised as containing DHA omega-3s, beware: it could contain a toxically produced oil derived from GMO corn syrup. The Horizon food company sells organic milk with “DHA Omega-3 Supports Brain Health” printed on the carton. It’s marketed as nutritionally enhanced, and the company charges a higher price for this addition. It certainly sounds ... Read More »

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Is organic farmed salmon healthier than standard farmed salmon?

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(NaturalHealth365) For people trying to live a healthy lifestyle, the phrase “organic salmon” has an appealing ring to it. Salmon is the darling of nutritionists and physicians, and for good reason – this cold-water fish is packed with high-quality protein, beneficial fatty acids and vitamins.  And, if it’s “organic,” as well?  (Sounds like a health bonanza!) Not so fast. It ... Read More »

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Toxic pesticides: The difference between conventional and organic foods

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(NaturalHealth365) As more and more consumers discover the nutritional benefits and peace of mind supplied by organically grown produce, the organic food industry is enjoying popular support (like never before) – and healthy profits. Perceiving this success as a threat, some agribusiness groups have gone on the offensive with a “smear campaign” over the use of pesticides. In addition to ... Read More »

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Monsanto undercover funding has led the attack on organic foods

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(NaturalHealth365) In April of 2014, Academics Review released its organic marketing report – and proceeded to blast the organic foods industry. The report, which received extensive coverage by the mainstream media, accused the industry of creating false and misleading perceptions and indulging in intentionally deceptive marketing. (Wait, until you see what Monsanto is doing – keep reading) The report was ... Read More »

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Organic strawberries shown to stop cancer cell growth

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(NaturalHealth365) Strawberries are a summertime favorite, prized for their sweet flavor. But research shows these berries may be delivering even more than meets the eye.  It’s worth noting that berries have been studied extensively for their potential cancer-fighting capabilities. Swedish researchers have found that extract from organic strawberries are particularly effective at stopping the growth of cancer cells. The organic ... Read More »

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NH365 066: Food myths – Secrets revealed about GMOs, paleo, organic food and optimal health

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS(NaturalHealth365) Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, said: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Over two thousand years later, most doctors have clearly forgotten these words – thanks to the limited education received in medical school about how to ‘treat’ and ‘manage’ health problems ... Read More »

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