“If God hadn’t meant for us to eat sugar, he wouldn’t have invented dentists,” said Ralph Nader. Certainly, love of sweets seems to be embedded in the DNA of most humans, which is why bakeries in the US gross about $39 billion annually.1 Add to that the multi-billion dollar revenue from 80,000 ice-cream joints.2 Even dogs love ice cream. But sugar and delicious fried foods and carbohydrate meals all add up to health problems when consumed in excess, which is exactly what a good percentage of the US population has been doing—eating unhealthy foods in excess.
Paul Winfree, February 18, 2016
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., met with the Republican conference last week to make a pitch on the shape of this year’s House budget.
Claire Bernish, January 20, 2016
Setting a sustainable example for the rest of the world, Denmark generated a record-breaking 42% of its electricity last year from wind turbines — upping the country’s previous world record, set in 2014, by 3%.
Dr Sircus, Jan 08, 2016
This picture broke my heart especially hard because this little boy looks exactly like my youngest son. I have been holding off publishing this essay for many months because it frightens me to be so blunt about the massive evil forces at work on earth. However, as I waited, added and events unfolded things only got clearer.
Dave Johnson, May 27, 2015
This is a message to activists trying to fight the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Stop calling the TPP a “trade” agreement.
This week Chinese President Xi Jinping is embarking on his first state visit to the U.S., and his arrival comes at a critical juncture in the relations between the world's two biggest superpowers.
By Benson:(NaturalNews) The Land of Lincoln is sinkin', with fresh Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data revealing a massive spike in food stamp enrollment with minimal job creation in the state of Illinois. According to the figures, only one new job is being created for every two new people who sign up for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), proving that economic recovery is still just a pipe dream.
Since 2008 Illinois' number of food stamp dependents has risen by a shocking 745,000