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Organic Trade Association infiltrated, plus insane news about plastics
Mike Adams The Organic Trade Association has been infiltrated by pro-GMO corporations. The latest to be exposed is BASF, a GMO giant.

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Also today: California has now criminalized serving straws in restaurants, threatening people with jail time if they dare hand a straw to someone else. Many physically handicapped people need straws, by the way, just to drink beverages. Will California throw people in jail along with their wheelchairs, too?
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With high cholesterol being a major contributor to adverse cardiovascular conditions, MedicalNewsToday underscores the importance of paying attention to the type of fats that people eat, as …

Eating avocados keeps your heart healthy and strong
If you’re worried that the avocado in your guacamole will give you a heart attack, you’ll be happy to know it won’t. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Studies indicate that …

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Atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin condition that affects more than 18 M people in the U.S. alone. Researchers from Shinshu University in Japan recently demonstrated the potential of …

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A decade long study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University, the results of which were published in the Journal of Nutrition last month, offers new hope for the prevention of an incurable …

Why cardamom should be part of the regimen of every diabetic patient
Cardamom – already hailed as the queen of spice – has a lot of things going for it. It’s widely known for its antioxidant and anti-cancer activity, but a proposed randomized control trial …

Farming for healthier cucumbers? Using potassium phosphite as part of your organic fertilizer helps them grow stronger
With more stories being published on the dangers of pesticide-ridden crops, most of us are trying to adopt a more natural lifestyle. While a complete conversion to an all-organic eating plan may …

Asbestos inspectors in NYC arrested for not doing their jobs
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Why you should start wearing sunglasses (hint: they protect you from eyelid cancer)
When it comes to eye and skin care, sunglasses are more than just trendy. They can help protect your eyes and prevent different eye- and skin-related health concerns. In the U.K., skin cancer …

Put your back into it – 5 exercises (and one warm-up) to heal a bad back
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Scientists examine this member of the rose family for new natural diabetes treatments
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Natural remedy for rheumatoid arthritis found in this traditional Chinese ethnomedicine
Diu Le Bang, an herbal treatment used in folk medicine for relieving swelling and pain, can be used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, according to researchers from the Nanjing University of Chinese …

Fermented soybeans offer probiotic properties that fight bacterial infections and balance cholesterol
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