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Soy products are loaded with isoflavones – a compound whose health benefits are widely disputed. Isoflavones have been hailed for helping alleviate menopause symptoms to reducing cancer risk, but are also changed with inhibiting thyroid function and changing the menstrual cycles of women. This week, soy products got another tally in the ‘beneficial’ column. A… Read More…
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The 2011 County Health Rankings look at various factors that impact community health. Each county was ranked against other counties in their state. How does your county rank? County rankings tell us that where we live matters to our health. Typically, urban counties are the least healthy because of higher poverty rates and lack of… Read More…
Seeds of Change is starting off their Sowing Millions Project by giving away 100 million seeds. The seeds are available to organizations and individuals. The Sowing Millions Project is based on the philosophy that fresh food brings people together and bonds communities. To back up their philosophy, Seeds of Change is giving away 100 million… Read More…
Acting on behalf of more than 50 organic farmers and seed dealers, the Public Patent Foundation (PUBPAT) has brought suit against biotech agricultur giant Monsanto.
It’s a preemptive suit, designed to ensure that Monsanto can’t sue the farmers and seed dealers once the inevitable happens and genetically modified (GMO) pollen contaminates their crops.
The USDA has recently approved GMO sugar beets and alfalfa; upwards of 90 percent of the US corn and soybean crop were already GMO.