Mike Barrett

Mike Barrett

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Mike is the co-founder, editor, and researcher behind Natural Society. Studying the work of top natural health activists, and writing special reports for top 10 alternative health websites, Mike has written hundreds of articles and pages on how to obtain optimum wellness through natural health.

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Carcinogenic Chemicals Contaminating Water Supply Through Fracking

Carcinogenic Chemicals Contaminating Water Supply Through Fracking

March 10, 2012 | by

Fracking has been known to be cause environmental and health damage. Doctors have begun warning the United States government along with gas and oil producers of the dangers revolving around fracking, with many on a quest to end fracking completely. With mainstream doctors, the EPA, and countless activists around the nation protesting the health-threatening nature of hydraulic fracking, isn’t it time that an independent investigation was conducted?

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Infographic | Why You Need More Sleep

Infographic | Why You Need More Sleep

March 9, 2012 | by

Investing the appropriate amount of time into sleep is a key principle for attaining optimum health. Everyone is guilty of giving up some quality sleep time for something else, oftentimes attempting to ‘make it up’ later on. While you can’t perfect your sleep schedule 100% of the time, getting sufficient sleep most of the time could be the solution to a number of troubles you currently face. It is important to recognize that lack of sleep can result both in health decline and work decline – ultimately putting a significant damper on your day

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FDA Considers Outlawing Cancer-Linked BPA, Decision by March 31

FDA Considers Outlawing Cancer-Linked BPA, Decision by March 31

March 8, 2012 | by

A major decision will soon be made which will ultimately determine whether or not a known hazardous chemical will continue to inhibit food products, plastic packaging, personal care products, and an abundance of other common items. By March 31, the United States Food and Drug Administration will decide if toxic chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) will continue to be used in widescale production.

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Common Cancer-Causing Chemical in Soda Exposed by Scientists

Common Cancer-Causing Chemical in Soda Exposed by Scientists

March 8, 2012 | by

Responsible for giving colas their popular brown look, a widely used food coloring known as caramel coloring may be increasing your cancer risk. Consumer watchdog group Center for Sciences in the Public Interest is so consumed over caramel coloring that they have been urging the Food and Drug Administration for quite some time to ban the use of the ingredient. While caramel coloring may be a potential issue, other real threats still persist.

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Ubiquitous Nature of Aluminum Leading to Increased Exposure

Ubiquitous Nature of Aluminum Leading to Increased Exposure

March 7, 2012 | by

Aluminum, which is used in a large majority of food packaging and even household supplies, is an established neurotoxin at high levels. Although touted to reside at safe levels in nearly all products and in drinking water by the Environmental Protection Agency, this health-ruining toxin is being ingested at levels we simply don’t know are safe. The ubiquitous nature of aluminum is cause for alarm as the amount being ingested and absorbed is virtually increasing with each passing year.

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ADHD Diagnoses More Common in Younger Children

ADHD Diagnoses More Common in Younger Children

March 7, 2012 | by

A recent study has found that of every child in the same school grade level, the younger children are more likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) than children even just a few months older. Although these children are noticed and targeted first — undoubtedly for their less mature behavior, the increase in prescriptions for ADHD medications over the years shows that the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry are continually lessening the conditions upon which a child can be diagnosed with ADHD.

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Monsanto’s Roundup Shown to be Ravaging Butterfly Population

Monsanto’s Roundup Shown to be Ravaging Butterfly Population

March 6, 2012 | by

Monsanto’s Roundup, containing the active ingredient glyphosate, has been tied to more health and environmental problems than you could imagine. Similar to how pesticides have been contributing to the bee decline, Monsanto’s Roundup has been tied to the decrease in the population of monarch butterflies by killing the very plants that the butterflies rely on for habitat and food. What’s been shown to be an even greater threat to the population, though, is Monsanto’s Roundup Ready corn and soybeans.

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The Fruit Extract that Fights Cancer, Aging

The Fruit Extract that Fights Cancer, Aging

March 5, 2012 | by

You don’t need to resort to harmful cholesterol lowering pharmaceuticals like statin drugs in order to reduce your cholesterol. In fact, something as simple as fruit extracts have been shown to not only lower cholesterol, but provide numerous other health benefits as well. Of course fruit extracts offer much more than protecting against diabetes and lowering cholesterol. Papaya leaf extract is but one of the various supplements you should have in your supplement collection.

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Healthy Foods and Lifestyle Proven to Make You Happier

Healthy Foods and Lifestyle Proven to Make You Happier

March 4, 2012 | by

Engaging in unhealthy activities have an obvious negative impact on your physical health, but did you ever consider how these activities are impacting your emotional health? Activities leading to poor health like drinking alcohol and smoking regularly have been shown to also greatly contribute to a lower level of overall happiness. Taking this aspect into consideration offers an even greater reason to establish an overall healthy lifestyle.

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Simple Science Experiment Shows Why Organic is Better (Video)

Simple Science Experiment Shows Why Organic is Better (Video)

March 2, 2012 | by

Sometimes hearing and reading about how organic food surpasses conventional food in quality just isn’t enough. Even with all of the information available, some people still aren’t convinced that there is actually a difference between organic and conventional foods. In a simple yet very informative presentation, a young lady named Elise provides a visual example of how organic food rises above conventional.

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