You may have heard rumors recently that all kosher-certified foods -- that is, foods that meet strict Jewish dietary standards -- are now free of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs).
There are many reasons Ron Morgan's 100 Gardens project could fail, but there are more reasons he's determined to make it work, one vegetable seedling at a time.
Vegetables like celery and artichokes have long been thought to convey numerous health benefits, and a new study from scientists at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign revealed that these foods have two chemical components, apigenin and luteol
What if you could have a protein source that is inexpensive to maintain, that would not draw attention the attention of prying eyes and ears and it actually produces valuable bi-products that can be used/traded/sold to help offset remaining costs?
Alorah Gellerson, a bold young mother in Maine, wasn’t able to breast feed her child, but she decided that the next best thing was to refuse to give her baby GMO-soy formula, and to feed her goat’s milk that included celery juice, instead.
Today we announce the first investigation conducted at the Natural News Forensic Food Laboratory, the new science-based research branch of Natural News where we put foods under the microscope and find out what's really there.
Dieting can be quite the challenge in this day and age. The human race seems to be moving faster and faster with every passing day, increasing the value of convenient, if unhealthy, alternatives to a decent meal.
Growing vegetables in a small space, like a roof-terrace or a backyard has different rules and skills (and work-rate) compared to a larger piece of land.
This would seem to embody the USDA’s advisory, “Know your farmer, know your food,” right? Not exactly.
This is a warning to any mother who wanders off the reservation by replacing the toxic baby formula many families feed their children and upgrading to a more natural and healthy alternative such as goats milk.
Somebody call the First Lady – there’s another student revolt over her “healthy” school lunch regulations. And, of course, the students are to blame, according to school officials.
UK is collaborating in peddling the corporate line that neonicotinoid pesticides are safe to use – they are anything but
Andrea Garcia (Local Arizona Activist and part of the r3VOLution) talks about teaching 8th graders about GMO's, their comments and questions after seeing GMO A Go Go
On paper, it sounds delectable. You start with a selection of local cheeses, followed by pickled Kobe beef.
When we think of futuristic fashion, our minds often lean toward the minimalist designs of Star Trek or Tron. But maybe what we wear in the future will have more to do with what we eat than what we want to look like.
Small, frequent doses of potentially harmful ingredients can be far from benign, having a cumulative biological effect. In fact, there is scientific evidence that more significant health effects may occur at low doses than high, especially for hormon
Mr. Perkins's Technology project at Legacy High School in N Las Vegas, NV
Sixty seniors, with an average age of 73 and who did not have dementia, were involved in the study.
Commercial protein powders and shakes are a popular choice among fitness crowds as well as busy professionals, moms and pregnant women.
To get rid of that corn syrup and other sweateners, what I do is buy 99 percent choc and add honey. I melt the choc squares and pour it on a pan an then add honey in. Benefit: Different honeys taste differently and give the choc a dRead Letter
If you are an avid viewer of cooking shows, you know that olive oil is a staple in most top chefs' creations.
Over two years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan was devastated by a tsunami, radioactive water is still leaking into the ocean, spelling more trouble for the local fishing industry along the coast of Fukushima prefecture.
While I share Sergey Brin’s concerns about meat production and the completely cruel way in which we treat our animals, I can’t say I’m looking forward to biting into a test tube hamburger any time soon. This story has received a lot of press in the p
Feds preparing for calamity?
The genetically engineered rice has had a long journey to from lab to bowl.
What prompted this post was an incredible CBC interview with Rachel Parent, a 14-year old anti-GMO activist. She had some critical words directed at the show’s co-host Kevin O’Leary prior to the interview, which led to her being invited on. What is s
A long-awaited—if faintly unsettling—food product is unveiled
They bit, they chewed, but had hoped for more flavor.
Today's tasting of in vitro meat could herald a future free from needless animal suffering and polluting factory farms
All too often we rely on the state to tell us what to eat and which companies are ethical. And all too often the companies that the state deems ethical and safe are proven to be quite the opposite. The giant agricultural companies that produce GMOs a