Glyphosate’s (RoundUp) Dirty Secrets — Are We About to Learn More?

Monsanto‘s dubious herbicide glyphosate. The long-winding story on how Monsanto and its governmental enablers at the Environmental Protection Agency first registered the weedkiller Roundup under at best dubious circumstances is sickening. Continue reading “Glyphosate’s (RoundUp) Dirty Secrets — Are We About to Learn More?”

Great Reset Is ‘a Project of Extermination’ [VIDEO]

On the latest episode of Russell Brand’s “Under the Skin” podcast, Indian scholar, environmental activist and food sovereignty advocate, Vandana Shiva, explained how the economic plan known as the Great Reset is a “project of extermination.” Continue reading “Great Reset Is ‘a Project of Extermination’ [VIDEO]”

US economy to hit wall this year – experts warn..

US economy expands 5.7% in 2021, but Omicron hit looms ...

Analysts are predicting the US economy will slump this year after 2021’s 37-year high growth – as stimulus spending drops, Federal Reserve interest rates are hiked, and Covid variants continue to plague supply chains.
Former Economic Council chief under Donald Trump, Joseph LaVorgna, told CNBC that “it’s not a recession, but it will be if the Fed gets too aggressive”.
Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have trimmed their first-quarter GDP outlooks from 2% and 4% to just 0.5% and 1% respectively, with its full-year view pitched at 3.2% and 3.6%.

Farmed Salmon- Most Toxic Food in the World?

Fish farms pollute the aquatic environment and spread disease to wild fish.

Food testing reveals farmed salmon is one of the most toxic foods in the world, having more in common with junk food than health food.

Story at-a-glance:
  • Aquaculture promotes itself as a sustainable solution to overfishing, but it actually takes 1.5 to 8 kilograms (3.3 to 17.6 pounds) of wild fish to produce a single kilogram (2.2 pounds) of farmed salmon.

Continue reading “Farmed Salmon- Most Toxic Food in the World?”

Top 5 Longevity Foods to Postpone Aging…

On this episode of Eat Better, we are going to get some tips on eating our way to a longer and more vibrant life. In the simplest terms, long life is all about diet and lifestyle. People who live for a long time (or super-agers as we call them) tend to eat fewer calories and enjoy unprocessed foods.