Baking Soda — An Inexpensive Treatment Aid for Autoimmune Diseases

Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate or NaHCO3), popularized by Arm & Hammer more than 150 years ago, is a staple in many homes for baking and cleaning purposes, but this inexpensive ingredient also has a number of medicinal uses and benefits. It rates right up there with hydrogen peroxide as one of the most inexpensive and … Continue reading Baking Soda — An Inexpensive Treatment Aid for Autoimmune Diseases

Harvest of Greed; The Merger of Bayer and Monsanto

The featured documentary, “Harvest of Greed,” investigates a number of the many issues brought about by the merger of Monsanto and Bayer AG. The merger was initially announced in May 2016, when Monsanto accepted Bayer’s $66 billion takeover offer — the largest all-cash buyout on record.1,2,3 The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) approved the merger … Continue reading Harvest of Greed; The Merger of Bayer and Monsanto

All Food Ingredients Linked To Cancer, But Researchers Say Don’t Worry Evidence is Weak

There is evidence linking almost every food or ingredient to cancer, but according to researchers, there’s no need to worry because the evidence for pretty much all of it is very weak they say. Not a week goes by without a new research finding that links part of our diet to an increased risk of … Continue reading All Food Ingredients Linked To Cancer, But Researchers Say Don’t Worry Evidence is Weak

Epigenomics and How Natural Nutrients Heal Genes

Since the emergence of epigenomics, which is the study of how epigenetic modifications affect the genetic material of cells or the entire organism, geneticists have discovered that the human genome is a lot more complex than they have ever imagined. For example, DNA sequencing technologies that are currently available to mainstream geneticists can only decode … Continue reading Epigenomics and How Natural Nutrients Heal Genes

Is Opting Out Of Processed food The New Eating Disorder?

It’s time for an intervention. We need to talk. Are you concerned about the stuff they call “food” at the grocery store? Do you opt for whole foods most of the time, and feel unwell if you eat so-called “junk food”? Are your views about food causing you to make changes in your day-to-day life? Do … Continue reading Is Opting Out Of Processed food The New Eating Disorder?

Race versus Ethnicity

What does science say about race? Traditional notions about distinct racial differences have little scientific foundation. In short, racism is not just morally wrong; it has no basis in fact. What is ethnicity? Ethnicity is state of belonging to a social group that has a common national or cultural tradition.[1] This is, by definition, a fluid … Continue reading Race versus Ethnicity

100 things you didn’t know about Ancient Africa

In 2013, a controversy played out in the media when viewers of The Bible miniseries were upset that Samson was played by a black man. This was the most accurate depiction of Samson in film so far. This statement may sound controversial but archeology, history, and the text prove it to be true. So without … Continue reading 100 things you didn’t know about Ancient Africa