In a clever twist of reverse-psychology, Dr. Oz, famed as Oprah Winfrey’s ‘heath guru’ for years and now with his own popular television show that has been running since 2011, the pseudo-celebrity is telling the mainstream that ‘we’ shouldn’t need non-GMO foods, as they are ‘elitist’ and that organic foods are ‘undemocratic.’
A little over a two decades ago, two time Nobel Prize winning chemists Linus Pauling, PhD, and Dr. Mathias Rath, MD, developed a DIY protocol anyone can do to prevent and reverse cardiovascular disease.
Peppermint may be accepted as a solution for upset stomach, for instance, but did you know research has also found it to lessen the damaging impact of radiation and even help stop cancer in its tracks?
Photos posted by one mother of her children protesting Monsanto at the March Against Monsanto were labeled as ‘abusive’ and ultimately led to a ban.
Researchers with the University of Southern Denmark in conjunction with the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences found that rats given raw carrots and rats given falcarinol directly were 1/3 less likely to develop colon cancer than a control group.
Over 650,000 Meals in Hospitals Will Now Be Served Without Antibiotic-Infested Meat Due to Super-Bugs
Due to a precedent-setting move by the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center and a recent almost-unanimous vote by the Academic Senate of the university, over 650,000 meals served to hospital patients each year will now be free of meat that has been treated with antibiotics.
In a recent study, participants taking cannabis experienced a healthy weight within the year, pain symptoms and inflammation decreased while mobility and fluidity increased, and much more. Further, 72 percent of participants were able to reduce their drug intake by an average of 1.7 medications per day by the end of the study.
In an effort to stay ahead of the curve, scientists are suggesting that including spinach in your diet could protect your eyes from the changes that cause macular degeneration.
The USDA has proposed a rule requiring mechanically tenderized meat be labeled as such and even include specific cooking instructions. Yes, the USDA is concerned that having your meat beaten by a machine could be hazardous to your health, but when it comes to GMO-labeling they seem to care very little.