The Truth September 11, 2012
In what can only be seen as public relations move similar to the old tactics used by the tobacco industry, a study by Stanford University released last week made headlines for its misleading assertion that organic foods were no more nutritious than conventional crops.
The extremely flawed “study” contained no new testing of foods and was actually only a review of several other studies that focused on differences in nutritional value of organic vs. conventional crops. The report made …Read more
Food poisoning is the term the general public uses for foodborne illnesses. A foodborne illness is any illness that develops from contaminated food consumption. In the US it is estimated that 1 in 6 people will develop a foodborne illness. The CDC estimates that in the US there will be 48 million cases of foodborne illnesses, with 128,000 hospitalizations and as many as 3,000 deaths every year…Read more
There is overwhelming evidence as to the direct cause of massive bee declines around the globe and it all boils down to pesticides. Scientist all around are joining together to call for a worldwide ban on neonicotinoids, which is a type of pesticide that causes Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) or in other words it destroys the bee colonies.
There have been various reports that show that sublethal exposure to neonicotinoids pesticides can cause bees to lose their way and get lost when out foraging…Read more