Sausages, ham, bacon and other processed meats appear to increase the risk of dying young, a study of half a million people across Europe suggests.
(Video) Liz Reitzig of the Raw Milk Freedom Riders gives Mike Adams an update on raw milk legislation in Maryland that would undo the current raw milk ban.
To begin to conceive of the possibility of a culture of empowered citizens making democracy work for them, real-life stories help—not models to adopt wholesale, but examples that capture key lessons. For me, the story of Brazil’s fourth largest city,
Because the market is swamped with sugar beverages disguised as "vitamin water" and "energy drinks," milk is no longer the American household staple. Milk consumption has been declining rapidly, and while all sorts of reasons are trotted out
Mike welcomes rapper Ashel “Seasunz” Eldridge to talk about the message behind the music video “Food Fight,” a song calling out the processed food plague.
When is a fight for food freedom just the opposite? How about when that fight is about the right to plant second generation GMO seeds…
You thought you only had to worry about whether the fish you're eating is really what you ordered. NOVA has a new short video that explains that even if the snapper you buy is correctly labeled, it might still have a tongue-eating parasite living ins
Iowa on verge of legalizing raw milk; resistance to food tyranny is rising
I just saw a jaw-dropping music video that I'm calling the most important video you'll likely see this year. It's called "Food Fight" and was put together by Earth Amplified and it rips right to the core of what's really killing inner city Americans:
The latest smack-down in the diet wars appears to deal a knock-out blow to the notion that high-fat olive oil and tree nuts — walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts — are a no-no for those wishing to improve their health. On the contrary, Spanish researchers
You probably already know that the FDA has declared war on raw milk and even helped fund and coordinate armed government raids against raw milk farmers and distributors.
Hidden Harvest brings mountain wisdom of past generations into the present with the practical science of long term food storage.
While I oppose most gun control proposals, there is one group of Americans I do believe should be disarmed: federal agents. The use of force by federal agents to enforce unjust and unconstitutional laws is one of the major threats to liberty.
Coffee isn’t just warm and energizing, it may also be extremely good for you.
If horses could do anything to stay off the menu, what would it be? To share this cartoon just link to the source page.
The Community Food Co-op has two locations, both of which sell deli food that’s prepared at a large central kitchen in a separate building. Though the stores’ produce departments offer some local fare, until recently, the central kitchen relied mostl
Fast food is a way of life for many Americans.
FREE Event Feb 21st, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Shadow Rock Mountain Campus - 12861 N. 8th Ave. - Phoenix, AZ 85029 - Jeffrey M. Smith is the author of "Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically E
Powell Gammill (SR Editor of Freedom's Phoenix and Mater Gardener) on planting/prepping - Steven Hochberg (Chief Market Analyst Elliott Wave Intl) on economic trends - Greg Peterson (UrbanFarm.Org) on GMO's, urban farming, and our food supply
Ah, there's nothing like a heavy dose of caffeine, corn syrup and highly acidic phosphoric acid in the morning.
First it was Ireland, then the entire UK, then Germany, and gradually it spread to all of Europe (except for France of course, where it was always a delicacy).
A 75-year-old Indiana grain farmer will take on global seed giant Monsanto Co at the U.S. Supreme Court next week in a patent battle that could have ramifications for the biotechnology industry and possibly the future of food production.
Produced in Zasavica - one of Serbia's most famous natural reserves - the cheese, known as pule, is made from donkey milk and costs a whopping €1,000 ($1,300) per kilogram.
The state of Washington appears to be leading the charge these days in the fight for honest food labeling, as two new pieces of legislation are now being considered that would require the labeling of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in food.
If you’re one of the 91 percent of Americans who opposes genetically engineered (GE) meat, you may have limited time to act: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed approval of the first-ever GE animal, called “AquAdvantage Salmon.”
Las Vegas is known for gambling, show girls, and wild bachelor parties a la The Hangover, but it is also becoming a new food mecca of the world.
GMO A Go Go - Truth about GMOs explained in new animated cartoon
Although it is unclear who started the green revolution, the world seems to be recognizing the powerful effects of green foods in helping individuals live longer and healthier.
Chicken is the food most likely to kill you, while salad greens are the food most likely to make you sick, according to a new study conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If the Food and Drug Administration gets its way, your trip to the grocery store could get a tad pricier. Supermarket owners argue a pending federal food-labeling rule that stems from the new health care law would overburden thousands of grocers a