In utero exposure to commercial artificial sweeteners affects mice development and mammary gland structure.

PMID: Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2019 Feb ;26(5):5054-5064. Epub 2019 Jan 3. PMID: 30607847 Abstract Title: In utero exposure to commercial artificial sweeteners affects mice development and mammary gland structure. Abstract: Commercial artificial sweeteners present in the market are usually made of combination of nutritive and artificial sweeteners such as sorbitol and aspartame. The … Read moreIn utero exposure to commercial artificial sweeteners affects mice development and mammary gland structure.

Spirit of Change: How Your Happy Hour Can Help America’s Farmers

More than 80% of U.S. households purchase organic food or beverages on a regular basis, which is great, but that still only accounts for roughly 5% of total U.S. food and beverage sales. Currently, organic alcohol makes up less than 1% of total alcohol industry sales which is pretty crazy. I have always said, “Don’t … Read moreSpirit of Change: How Your Happy Hour Can Help America’s Farmers

Gotu kola could protect cognitive from impairments and morphological alterations caused by D-galactose and aluminium chloride toxicity.

PMID: Biomed Pharmacother. 2019 Jan ;109:853-864. Epub 2018 Nov 5. PMID: 30551539 Abstract Title: Protective effect of Centella asiatica against-galactose and aluminium chloride induced rats: Behavioral and ultrastructural approaches. Abstract: BACKGROUND: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder and the commonest cause of dementia among the aged people.-galactose (D-gal) is a senescence agent, while aluminium … Read moreGotu kola could protect cognitive from impairments and morphological alterations caused by D-galactose and aluminium chloride toxicity.

Too Young for Shingles? Not for This 36-year old Nova Scotian

Lindsay was shocked to discover that at age 36, she had shingles. Initially believing that the pain in her right shoulder was due to a torn muscle. But when the red marks turned into blisters, this nursing student knew – she had shingles. ‘It was the worst pain I’d ever felt – and I have … Read moreToo Young for Shingles? Not for This 36-year old Nova Scotian

CBS: 2nd Roundup Weed Killer trial to begin in San Francisco

On Monday, a jury in federal court in San Francisco began a trial that is expected to take a month and will decide whether Roundup caused Edwin Hardeman’s (another California man) cancer. The plaintiffs’ attorneys believe this trial “could help determine the fate of hundreds of similar lawsuits.”1 Hardeman, 70, is now the second plaintiff to go … Read moreCBS: 2nd Roundup Weed Killer trial to begin in San Francisco

Bathing in Cannabis with CBD Bath Bombs! Great for Fibromyalgia and Improving Sleep

Fibromyalgia can present differently in different people, but most who suffer from the condition experience chronic muscle pain, trigger points (tender points), and chronic fatigue. Many can also suffer from symptoms like insomnia, headaches, digestive problems, and anxiety. (1) Since there is no known cure for fibromyalgia, healthcare providers focus on helping people manage their … Read moreBathing in Cannabis with CBD Bath Bombs! Great for Fibromyalgia and Improving Sleep

Women Share What It’s Really Like to Live with Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism, or under-active thyroid disease, is a condition in which there are lower than healthy thyroid hormone levels in the bloodstream. Since the thyroid is responsible for regulating metabolism, digestion, healthy bones and muscles, heart function, and brain function, the effects of an imbalance are very far-reaching. (1) Hypothyroidism is more common among women than … Read moreWomen Share What It’s Really Like to Live with Hypothyroidism

Real Organic Project Symposium, March 2 at Dartmouth College

Cornucopia’s colleagues at the Real Organic Project are hosting a symposium at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire on March 2. You will hear many passionate speakers from across the fields of farming, policy, science, and activism offer their takeaways and ideas for action regarding the many challenges and opportunities facing organic farmers today. TED-style talks will be … Read moreReal Organic Project Symposium, March 2 at Dartmouth College

The 14 Best Gluten-Free Flours

By Amy Goodson, MS, RD, CSSD, LD Flour is a common ingredient in many foods, including breads, desserts and noodles. It’s also often used as a thickener in sauces and soups. Most products are made from white or wheat flour. While unproblematic for many, people with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity or those avoiding gluten … Read moreThe 14 Best Gluten-Free Flours

Sun Powered Vitality

By Brian Clement, PhD, LN Since all life comes from the sun, we should consciously pursue sunlight daily. This is challenging in a time where science has twisted our minds to believe that the sun’s very energy creates cancer. Factually, there is no higher incidence of cancer with the Africans and South American indigenous populations … Read moreSun Powered Vitality

Dear Mark: Fasting, Training, and Growth Hormone; Wear and Tear on the Arteries

This post was originally published on this siteFor today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering a couple of questions from the comment sections of the last couple weeks. First, it’s been established that fasting and exercise both raise growth hormone. What about fasted exercise—does that have an even stronger effect? And what about continuing to … Read moreDear Mark: Fasting, Training, and Growth Hormone; Wear and Tear on the Arteries

Parenting: How Much Information Should You Share with Your Teenager?

As much as parents may dread having those important conversations with their children, such as that one about birds and bees, these talks play a crucial role not only in their development, but in the family dynamic as well. In this episode of The Brain Warrior’s Way Podcast, Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen continue … Read moreParenting: How Much Information Should You Share with Your Teenager?

1-Pan Tempeh Bolognese

This hearty, 1-pan tempeh bolognese is a plant-based take on a classic that pairs perfectly with pastas, eggplant parmesan, lasagna, and more! Plus, it comes together in just 30 minutes. Let me show you how it’s done. This bolognese starts with sautéed onion, mushrooms, and garlic for a flavorful base. Then comes finely grated tempeh, … Read more1-Pan Tempeh Bolognese

Best Quinoa Salad Recipes

Are you looking for a new go-to salad recipe for meal prep? Look no further! We have gathered all of our favorite quinoa salad recipes and you are going to love them! These quinoa salad recipes are great for meal prep, weeknight meals and more! We’ve got vegan quinoa salad … The post Best Quinoa … Read moreBest Quinoa Salad Recipes

Why Kale Is So Good For You – And How To Use It

This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging: Your Online Guide to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. Start your 14-day free trial now and save 30% when you join! Kale is among the most nutrient-dense of all commonly consumed vegetables. One cup provides 1,327 percent of the Daily Value (DV) for vitamin K, 192 percent of … Read moreWhy Kale Is So Good For You – And How To Use It

This reports on three cases of symptomatic transmission of the L-Zagreb mumps vaccine virus from three vaccinated children to five adult contacts.

PMID: Euro Surveill. 2008 Apr 17 ;13(16). Epub 2008 Apr 17. PMID: 18768116 Abstract Title: Transmission of the L-Zagreb mumps vaccine virus, Croatia, 2005-2008. Abstract: We report on three cases of symptomatic transmission of the L-Zagreb mumps vaccine virus from three vaccinated children to five adult contacts. The five contact cases were parents of the … Read moreThis reports on three cases of symptomatic transmission of the L-Zagreb mumps vaccine virus from three vaccinated children to five adult contacts.

Organic diet NEWS: How to dramatically REDUCE pesticides in the body – in just one week

(NaturalHealth365) Previous studies have supported that an organic diet has the potential to reduce pesticides in the body through evaluating urinary pesticide metabolite excretion. Until recently, such research has predominantly focused on organophosphate pesticides. However, a new study published in Environmental Research seeks to change that trend. Specifically, the presence of pyrethroids and neonicotinoids have … Read moreOrganic diet NEWS: How to dramatically REDUCE pesticides in the body – in just one week

Polluting Pigs in Politics

It’s common knowledge that academic research is often funded by corporations and tainted by industry interests, from the food industry to pesticide makers alike. Big agriculture is also among those with a heavy hand in academia, working to cover up the polluting practices of its concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs). The late Steve Wing, a … Read morePolluting Pigs in Politics