The more consumers know about the food they buy and eat, the healthier their food choices. Tell them the truth about food as medicine and they’ll begin to heal themselves.Read More
Tag: Public Health Policy
Consumer awareness about their food is outstripping companies’ ability to obscure the full story about what we eat. As a result, markets are rapidly changing to higher nutritional value foodsRead More
Sometimes it takes an adult approach to public health policy over private profit. The early results show we’re on the right track.Read More
Fifteen years later and coconut oil, butter and saturated fats are back. They’re better understood and better appreciated. Find out what all the fat frenzy has led to and how fat can help you lose or maintain your desired weight.Read More
Nielsen points out the disconnect between what we say we want for our health and what we actually do to ensure we have it.Read More
If you’ve ever wondered about food safety in the natural products category this interrview explains some of the ways your natural products manufactures are coming to terms with food safety. As always, it’s more complicated than you would expect, but it’s worth taking a look at the landscape of how natural products remain natural and safeRead More
We’re all used to hearing stories about how nutritional supplements are a waste of money or even dangerous. Now we have a study that breaks down how many billions could be saved and points out just how effective nutritional supplements can be in the move toward national wellness.Read More
Speculation is warranted where the American food supply is concerned. One more reason to have food labeling laws and transparency in safety testing.Read More
You’re reading this post via the internet. Thanks to Wiki Leaks we know that the TPP would:
Criminalize some of your everyday use of the Internet,
Force service providers to collect and hand over your private data without privacy safeguards, and
Give media conglomerates more power to fine you for Internet use, remove online content—including entire websites—and even terminate your access to the Internet.
Create a parallel legal system of international tribunals that will undermine national sovereignty and allow conglomerates to sue countries for laws that infringe on their profits.