Archive for April, 2008

Warning: Do You Have Nalgene or Other Hard Plastic Drinking Bottles?

Posted on April 19th, 2008 in bpa, cancer, carcinogens, research, toxic chemical, toxic substance | 2 Comments »

nalgene_bottles.jpgIf you have any hard plastic bottles from Nalgene, specifically the 'Outdoor' series, I may recommend replacing them. You may also want to check out if any other hard plastic drinking bottles you have contain BPA (bisphenol A).

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How Many Meals To Good (or Bad) Health?

Posted on April 9th, 2008 in diet, eating habits, fast food, food, fresh fruits and vegetables, junk food, research, whole foods | 3 Comments »

co2footprint-hamburger.jpgTo most people, eating an occasional fast food meal or drinking a soda once in a while is acceptable. Even eating out regularly would be considered healthy to most.

But how many meals does it take to lead you to good as well as bad health?

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The Real Cost of GM Foods (You’re Already Eating Them)

Posted on April 3rd, 2008 in disease, food, genetically modified, whole foods | 1 Comment »

GM: the Most Expensive Cheap Food You'll Ever Eat

GM (genetically modified) food is cheap. It is grown under conditions that turn lush complex ecosystems once known as "farms" into monoculture (single crop) deserts. The very concept of integrated farming, where one plant or animal uses the waste of another and sustains the first one (or yet another) is meaningless in monoculture. Vast industrial techniques and huge government subsidies make GM food inexpensive and chemical additives keep the prepared and fast foods so easily available cheap, cheap, cheap. Read the rest of this entry »