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Why we Must Save the World’s Rapid Deforestation by Agriculture

Why we Must Save the World’s Rapid Deforestation by Agriculture

June 20, 2014 | by

It may or may not be surprising, but the way industrialists grow food is killing our forests. It is time to make deforestation come to a halt.

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Why to Use Real Maple Syrup as a Healthful Natural Sweetener

Why to Use Real Maple Syrup as a Healthful Natural Sweetener

June 20, 2014 | by

Harnessing over 30 beneficial compounds, real maple syrup is a nutritional powerhouse that can be quite beneficial as a natural sweetener.

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Oenophilia: Benefits and Risks of Your Love of Wine

Oenophilia: Benefits and Risks of Your Love of Wine

June 20, 2014 | by

If drank in moderation, did you know wine can be beneficial? When it comes down to it, health is important, but so are the simple enjoyments of life.

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Genetically Modified Maggots may Appear in Fruit Due to GMO Fruit Fly Experiment in Brazil

Genetically Modified Maggots may Appear in Fruit Due to GMO Fruit Fly Experiment in Brazil

June 19, 2014 | by

Brazil may allow for the release of GMO fruit flies, which may lead to GM maggots in fruit. Should we really be tampering with nature like this?

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Why to Consider Traditional Chinese Medicine for Healing

Why to Consider Traditional Chinese Medicine for Healing

June 19, 2014 | by

What’s energetic medicine about? How do emotions relate to vital organs and vice-versa? Here is why to consider traditional Chinese medicine for healing.

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Annual Retail Sales for Hemp at $581 Million, Growing by 24% Annually

Annual Retail Sales for Hemp at $581 Million, Growing by 24% Annually

June 19, 2014 | by

Hemp is gaining some much-deserved attention. In fact, annual retail sales for hemp are at approximately $581 million and growing by 24% annually.

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Quinoa: The Benefits and the Controversy

Quinoa: The Benefits and the Controversy

June 19, 2014 | by

It’s heralded as a superfood and an “ancient grain”. Quinoa is both. But quinoa, like everything these days, has been surrounded by controversy as of late.

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Mental Illness Comparable to Heavy Smoking in Reducing Life-Expectancy

Mental Illness Comparable to Heavy Smoking in Reducing Life-Expectancy

June 19, 2014 | by

A new study shows that serious mental illness is just as bad for our health as heavy smoking – sometimes taking an entire decade off our lifespan.

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Groups File Lawsuit over Vermont’s New GMO Labeling Law

Groups File Lawsuit over Vermont’s New GMO Labeling Law

June 18, 2014 | by

Four national groups part of the Grocery Manufacturers Association have filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law.

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Study: Meditation & Natural Remedies Lead to 28% Reduction in Medical Costs

Study: Meditation & Natural Remedies Lead to 28% Reduction in Medical Costs

June 18, 2014 | by

Meditation (not medication) is so effective for healing that in a 14-year controlled study, it was shown to reduce medical expenses in Canada by 28%.

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