“The Seed Underground” tells the story of the quiet revolutionaries who are saving our food heritage with seeds.
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We are all food addicts. Our brains are biologically driven to seek and devour high-calorie, fatty foods. But anyone can learn to control these primitive cravings and update your biological “software.”
The approval of Qnexa by the FDA advisory board and our society’s continuing search for a drug to treat obesity is testimony to a profound failure to address the root causes of the obesity epidemic.
The importance of magnesium is hard to overstate. Magnesium is required to give the “spark of life” to metabolic functions involving energy creation transport in all known living organisms.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) November 1, 2011 began serving local chicken raised without antibiotics to students in 473 schools. The district’s new scratch-cooked chicken program includes about 1.2 million pounds from Amish farms that do not use antibiotics, for a total of about two million pounds of fresh chicken in the 2011-12 school year.
Dr. Mark Hyman talks in revealing detail about how even medical practitioners are subject to the reality check our bodies impose when we don’t properly care for them. We’re born with wonderful bodies but with no operation or maintenance manuals.
A new type 2 diabetes study shows positive potential to reverse the disease through nutrition. How is the blood sugar management industry rising to the ever-growing diabetes epidemic?