Instead of looking at the new impetus to grow your own organic food as a drudgery, as made almost 100% necessary by the shenanigans of GMO corporatism, urban survivalists are looking at creative ways to embrace self-sufficiency, especially when it comes to the food supply.
Activated charcoal is used as a detox agent to absorb a host of heavy metals, chemicals, and pharmaceutical drug remains that flow through your blood stream but the health benefits of activated charcoal don't stop there.
Scientists with the University of Michigan Health System presented a report at the ADA’s Annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Exposition detailing how apples can actually reduce oxidative stress while reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels. In essence, apples are fabulous for promoting heart health.
(NaturalSociety TV) More and more we are beginning to understand that marijuana is far more than a street-level 'drug'. In fact, research shows that it’s a he...
The new Monsanto Video Revolt campaign is aimed at bringing the fight against Monsanto to a whole new level online.
Foods like kale and chard have taken center stage as greens worthy of the title “superfood”, and they’ve rightfully earned their spot in the light. But in the wake of these lesser-known greens moving towards the front, let us not forget the original green superfood: spinach.
Once ingested, or even smelled, peppermint can have profound brain health benefits. Researchers found that the scent of peppermint can improve cognitive functions including reasoning, problem solving, concept formation, judgment, attention span, and even memory.