What Health Organizations Don’t Want You To See

What the health

What the Health is the groundbreaking follow-up film from the creators of the award-winning documentary Cowspiracy. The film exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business that is costing us trillions of healthcare dollars, and keeping us sick.

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Eat Nuts Live Longer

Eating half a handful of nuts every day could substantially lower the risk of early death, a Dutch study suggests. Purple Sunrise contains a significant quantity of almond nuts.

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The 6 Scariest Chemicals in Your Food

The 6 Scariest Chemicals in Your Foodhttp://www.takepart.com/photos/6-scariest-chemicals-in-your-food/ Potassium Bromate Potassium bromate is a flour additive thatís used to give commercial bread that springy and squishy texture. In the late 1980s, it was found to cause kidney and thyroid tumors in rats, and many countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom, banned it a few years…

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Barbara on KNNW

KKNW

Barbara is on KNNW for the second time. In this interview she talks about how women in the workplace can manage all the demands.

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Paleo Diet is BUNK!

Paleo Diet

The Paleo diet is a heavily meat-centered diet, which excludes all beans and grains and relies upon the excuse that the caveman ate that way, so we should too. Don’t fall for it! This one falls way short of good health and a sustainable or compassionate diet. Unfortunately many in the public will grasp onto anything that tells them what they want to hear.

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EPA approves Enlist

The EPA approved the use of a new toxic chemical cocktail called Enlist for use on GMO corn and soybean crops. The product contains the same chemical as Agent Orange which can cause serious health problems.

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Feeding the Brain for Academic Success

Academic Success

Feeding the Brain for Academic Success: How Nutrition and Hydration Boost Learning
Academic Success

Within your student’s brain, a biochemical process of learning is occurring, that parallels the classroom experience. Making connections, finding meaning, and solving problems are learning tasks that require lightning-fast electrical impulses between areas of the brain.

By Philippa Norman MD, MPH

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