Finding food that has not been genetically modified can be tricky. Unfortunately, the companies that produce GMOs have sold the public a box of rocks with the notion that GMOs are the answer to nature’s mistakes, namely pests, disease, and the natural spoiling process. Despite the aggressive approach exerted by large corporate agricultural bodies, research continues to mount against GMO crops.
It seems that everywhere you look today you can find a source for toxins—food, clothes, children’s toys…you get the idea. Sometimes, no matter how careful you are, toxins can sneak past you, infiltrating your home and body. It never hurts to arm yourself with a healthy dose of awareness and prevention, two components that can protect you and your family from unseen attackers.
Modifications to the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act, or FSMA, has a firm, positive intention–to reduce foodborne illness. Hundreds of thousands of people are hospitalized each year due to food contamination, and up to 3,000 food-related fatalities occur annually in the United States. Rather than waiting for contamination and illness to occur, food agencies are wanting to prevent these illnesses before they start.
With the proliferation of cell phones, wireless Internet, and personal electronic devices, the ill effects of electromagnetic radiation are a huge concern. As the discussion surrounding the dangers of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) has become heated, neuroscientist Dr. Olle Johansson has stepped forward to present evidence from his own research and the research of his peers into the mental and physical effects of EMFs.
Cal Jam 2014 was one of the biggest chiropractic events of the year, and I was fortunate enough to be a guest speaker on the important topic of natural health. I was joined by fellow speakers Dr. Joseph Mercola, Andrew Wakefield, and Joe Dispenza, just to name a few. Over 2,000 physicians, naturopathic practitioners, and health enthusiasts from all over the world attended the event. I am extremely pleased to announce that I will be speaking at Cal Jam in 2015, an event that is expected to have more audience […]
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