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Recent Tests of Honey Sourced Around the World Show Contamination by Neonicotinoid Pesticides

Citizen Science Project Reveals Widespread Contamination of Honey. A recent study published in the journal Science revealed that seventy five percent of honey samples collected between 2012 and 2016 showed measurable amounts of neonicotinoids, a type of neurotoxic insecticide. The project, begun as a citizen science project by researchers at the Botanical Garden of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, tested…

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Stop Feeding Your Family Chemicals – Learn To Bake Bread From Scratch (P.S. It’s Easier Than You Think!)

High Fructose Corn Syrup, Azodicarbonamide (the same chemical in yoga mats and shoe rubber), Chemical Dough Conditioners, Artificial Flavoring and Coloring, GMOs….These are some of the common ingredients in store-bought bread. AND, the flour can be treated with any of the 60 different chemicals approved by the FDA before it ends up on store shelves…

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Three Easy Ways To Go Green In The Kitchen

No. 1 Skip red meat once a week. Meat production―especially in mass-produced beef―is extremely resource-intensive. It can take seven or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain. Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If you alone gave…

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Buy Local Produce

Spring is quickly passing and we are headed into the best time of year for local, fresh produce! Still haven’t switched from buying your fruits and veggies at the grocery store…? Maybe if you knew that by buying your produce locally, whether it’s through the farmers’ market or a community garden, you can reduce the…

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