Gary ‘Z’ McGee – The entire system is set upon blind obedience.
Dr. Mercola – There is a high cost to pay for cheap food.
Phillip Schneider – Three major reasons why organics are way better.
Alex Pietrowski – A disturbing look at just how much of this toxic poison is already contaminating our environment.
Julian Rose – We can search of real food, real farmers and a real life, or drown in a sea of pseud-foods
Alex Pietrowski – Why are we still using neonicotinoids?
Christina Sarich – A new technology available for farmers could replace Monsanto’s carcinogenic glysophate.
Video – Steve Hartman interviews Jason Brown, once the highest-paid center in the US NFL, who turned his back on the sport he loved and became a farmer committed to feeding the hungry.
Heather Callaghan – U.S. consumers are coming into awareness about how their food affects their health and want superior products…
Christina Sarich – Poland’s largest farmer uprising ever has occurred as convoys of tractors took to the roads recently in protest of GMO infiltration and land grabs by biotech and Big Ag corporations.
Dr. Vandana Shiva – Bringing the soil to the center of our consciousness and our planning is vital for the life of the soil, but also for the future of our society.
Dr. Mercola – Antibiotic overuse is rampant. Inappropriate use and negligent disposal of antibiotics is also a major part of the problem. Three of the primary sources of antibiotics that threaten health are…
Video – This is the inspiring story of Phakamani, a young farmer teaching rural South African youth to grow their own food…
Dr. Mercola – “Our food system is in dire need of change in order to protect human health, but it’s a system that is difficult to change…”
Coach Mark Smallwood, EcoWatch Waking Times In 431 B.C. Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” More than 2500 years later, we are inundated with advertisements boasting the latest, greatest cure-all super drug. From a young age, we learn that it doesn’t matter how or what we eat, there is a […]
Julian Rose, Contributor Waking Times At a farmer’s fair in Krakow, South Poland, in early May, I spoke to a Romanian peasant. He was demonstrating clay pot making using a foot treadle to spin the plate upon which the pots were being formed by his deft hands. I remarked how attractive I found this technology […]
Margie King, Green Med Info Waking Times Organic agriculture is booming. More and more people believe organics are better for our health than conventionally grown fruits and vegetables. But what does the science say? Researchers from Sweden and Pakistan wanted to know whether organically grown produce was in fact better for human health. They undertook […]
Jamie Lee, Contributor Waking Times Most of us who live in the United States have always assumed that our food would be available in abundance at our commercial grocery stores at affordable prices, at least for the past three generations. Most have never spent a thought about what they would do if their basic weekly […]
Dr. Mercola Waking Times The public’s appreciation of the toxicity of glyphosate—the active ingredient in Monsanto’s broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup—is still limited, despite highly damning research being published. The fact that Monsanto marketed Roundup as “environmentally friendly” and “biodegradable” probably has a lot to do with this general lack of insight. More people are apt to […]
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times The matrix has us. It surrounds and keeps us busy working diligently within its nifty little paradigms, hard at work at our own enslavement and self-destruction. Behind the scenes of every aspect of life are codes, regulations, rules and agendas we cannot see, but yet are there to keep […]
Vicki Hird, EcoWatch Waking Times They say every cloud has a silver lining, and since the horsemeat scandal in 2013 it has become much easier to talk about meat—more people seem to know and care about the impact of meat production and consumption and the benefits of cutting down. They’re increasingly keen to do their bit and politically speaking […]