In this short video, pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Whyte shares why she is against water fluoridation.
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If you’re looking for the perfect salad for a holiday party, try this Christmas Pasta Salad recipe. It’s served at room temperature, so it’s easy to transport. And the broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and pomegranate seeds give it holiday flair with red and green colors.
If you’re looking for the perfect salad for a holiday party or event, try this Christmas Pasta Salad recipe. It’s served at room temperature, so it’s easy to transport. And the broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and pomegranate seeds give it holiday flair with red and green colors.
In the wake of the latest terrifying school shooting in Newtown Connecticut, The Washington Post reports that 20-year-old gunman Adam Lanza who killed 20 children and 6 adults in Newtown, Connecticut was on pharmaceutical drugs. This has yet to be confirmed. However, it’s important to note that almost every incidence of violence in schools in the past 25 years has been connected to pharmaceutical drugs.
Are you afraid that this holiday season you will be deluged with unhealthy food? Christmas cookies made with hydrogenated industrial oils, food coloring and high fructose corn syrup, factory farm turkeys and ham… oh, I could go on.
But I won’t. Because it doesn’t have to be that way. You can enjoy Christmas, Hanukkah & New Year’s Eve eating delicious, nutrient-dense foods from sustainable farms and artisan food producers.
Here are some links to some of my favorite real food holiday recipes available online.
Cheerios is getting slammed for GMOs on their Facebook page. Consumers used Cheerios’ Facebook marketing campaign to give the brand an earful about GMOs, also known as genetically modified foods.
Cheerios had posted an “app” on their Facebook that allowed fans to post a word or two about how they felt about Cheerios. Due to all the consumer backlash against GMOs, Cheerios pulled their app off the web.