11/17/2017 / By Mike Adams

Two decades ago, I was on the path to a lifetime of type-2 diabetes. Living on processed foods and lacking

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-17-health-ranger-how-i-beat-type-2-diabetes-using-food-nutrition-and-exercise-avoiding-a-lifetime-of-insulin-and-toxic-pharma-drugs.html

11/17/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Big Ag has found a way to make genetically modified seeds permanent, by quietly writing in “preemptive seed laws” at

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-17-29-states-quietly-pass-preemptive-seed-laws.html

11/16/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

You might be aware that organic food is better for you than GMO options, but sometimes the price difference can

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-16-reverse-28-health-conditions-when-you-cut-out-gmos-researchers-tracked-the-health-benefits.html

11/15/2017 / By JD Heyes

In what appears to be a clear case of irony, the president of the American Heart Association, John Warner, suffered

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-after-attacking-coconut-oil-as-dangerous-and-pushing-blood-pressure-drugs-as-the-solution-american-heart-association-president-suffers-a-heart-attack.html

11/15/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) could soon be playing a therapeutic role in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treatments. According to

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-research-review-confirms-omega-3s-are-an-effective-treatment-for-adhd.html

11/15/2017 / By Mike Adams

Diabetes is not a mystery. We know what causes it and we know how to reverse most cases (especially type-2).

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-diabetes-solved-ithrive-reverse-type-2-diabetes-heal-yourself.html

11/15/2017 / By Janine Acero

A new study from Brigham Young University (BYU) reveals that digestive microorganisms change behavior when the host is under stress.

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-two-sides-of-the-same-coin-high-fat-diets-cause-anxiety-and-stress-causes-digestion-problems.html

11/15/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study suggests that probiotics can reduce the risk of postpartum depression in pregnant women by about 50 percent,

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-pregnant-women-can-reduce-their-risk-of-post-partum-depression-by-half-with-probiotics.html

11/15/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in the journal Nature Communications has revealed that the formation of cysteine hydropersulfides (CysSSH), a sulfur metabolite that is touted

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-15-researchers-find-more-evidence-that-antioxidants-are-key-to-preventing-disease.html

11/14/2017 / By Mike Adams

It’s interesting that 15,000 scientists have just signed a new warning letter that explains humanity is committing suicide by destroying

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-14-humanity-is-a-suicide-cult-that-deliberately-poisons-the-food-supply-feeding-its-own-children.html

11/14/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

How you live your life affects your health, either positively or negatively. Having a healthy lifestyle is a must if

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-14-cancer-is-a-lifestyle-disease-researchers-make-the-connection-between-food-obesity-and-the-big-c.html

11/14/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Lots of traditional advice becomes outdated as we learn more about the way the world around us works. For example,

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-14-food-safety-review-experts-review-the-risks-of-different-foods.html

11/14/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

As we get older, our skin loses much of the elasticity it had when we were young, and it often

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-14-supplementing-with-astaxanthin-rejuvenates-facial-skin-according-to-study.html

11/13/2017 / By Janine Acero

Forests cover about 30 percent of the planet, but deforestation is clearing these essential habitats and converting them into farms

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-13-what-do-mining-and-chocolate-have-in-common-deforestation-of-rain-forests.html

11/12/2017 / By Rita Winters

Healthy food results in healthy bodies. With the rise of fast food, processed meats, and genetically-modified vegetables, is it any

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-11-12-could-a-low-carb-diet-be-an-alternative-to-antipsychotic-meds.html

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