I’m a Beatles fan, always have been, thanks to my dad. When I was visiting my parents in Houston over the weekend, I came downstairs Sunday morning to Dad streaming the Beatles station on Spotify. “Yesterday” has always been one of his favorites! A few years ago, someone created a fun and engaging parody of … Read moreBeatles Fan? Check Out “The Glyphosate Song”
A gentle reminder popped up on my phone yesterday that still resonates so deeply. This work is so love-fueled. I find sources for that inspiration in so many places. I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do: Our time in this magical world is so much more brief and precious than we … Read moreWhat to Do? Love.
Eleven years ago today, I flew into New York City. Absolutely no one knew who I was except for a handful of people who had reached out after reading my story in the paper. That story was meant to assassinate the messenger. Everything about it stung. I’d stayed up the night before it was scheduled … Read moreA Love Story After a Night in NYC
A groundbreaking peer-reviewed study published in the journal Environmental Research found that switching to an organic diet significantly reduced the levels of synthetic pesticides found in all participants – after less than one week. On average, the pesticides detected dropped by 60.5% after just six days of eating an all-organic diet (see www.OrganicforAll.org). The study … Read moreNew Study Shows Pesticide Levels in Families Drop Dramatically After One Week of Eating Organic
This post was originally published on this siteWhy do we keep buying stuff we don’t need? Have you ever considered that your spending has the power to change the world for the better—however small your purchase? Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson has a message for the world. Sometimes, there is short brief video that says exactly … Read moreA Message from Woody Harrelson on the Power to Change Companies
This post was originally published on this site“America’s farmers have been bracing for a reckoning–and now it’s here,” begins an article in the Wall Street Journal. The stats are so appalling that I found myself reading them out loud and taking notes. “U.S. farm households had a median farm income in 2018 of negative $1,548. Negative … Read moreHow Monsanto Bankrupted the American Farm
This post was originally published on this siteThe article below was originally published in the ZachBushMD.com newsletter. Over the years, I’ve had many experiences with patients which led me to begin questioning the way Western medicine approaches illness and treatment. In the majority of cases, the goal has become managing a disease, rather than inducing … Read moreDr. Zach Bush on GMOs: What You Need to Know & What You Can Do
Today is National Peanut Butter Day. Could there be a product that is both so loved and so feared? And what do we actually know about it? Most of the peanuts consumed in the U.S. are now one of the most pesticide-contaminated snacks we eat. The USDA Pesticide Data Program found 8 pesticides on peanut … Read moreFood Allergies: The Hidden Truth About Peanuts