Glyphosate (Monsanto’s Roundup) is Applied to Oats, Not Just Wheat!

Tropical Traditions Rolled Oats

Do you love a bowl of warm soaked oats with lots of butter, raisins, and maybe some raw honey or maple syrup?  I like mine with cinnamon too and raw milk or cream. Unfortunately when you eat your bowl of … Continue reading →

Do You Have a Chronic Disease–Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer, Autism, and more? Glyphosate (in Monsanto’s Roundup) just might be the cause!

Graph showing correlation between glyphosate use and incidence of diabetes

Do you (or a family member or friend) have one or more of these chronic diseases? Hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, senile dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, autism, inflammatory bowel disease, intestinal infections, end stage renal disease, acute kidney failure, or … Continue reading →

On the Real Food News Front — 08-1-14

Mug of bone broth and newspaper

I know it’s Friday, but this week I have been so busy with the activities of the Houston-Galveston chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation that I am a little behind with the news.  For breakfast this morning while drinking … Continue reading →

Are We Sacrificing Our Children to Profits From Glyphosate (Roundup) and Roundup-Ready GE Crops?

Monsanto's Roundup

I have written about glyphosate before (there is a list of posts below), but there have been some important new studies since I last wrote about it, and I thought I should discuss the newly discovered and alarming dangers we … Continue reading →

Do you want to know what’s in your food? Moms Across America do!

If you care about the health of your family, you should absolutely look into this group:  Moms Across America March July 4th for labeling GMOs and the right to know what’s in our food.  There are events and marches planned … Continue reading →

What’s best–antibacterial soap, hand sanitizer, or just plain soap and water?

We all want to keep our families and ourselves healthy, but, sometimes, what appears to be a good practice doesn’t really do the job.  One type of product that doesn’t live up to its marketing is the wide range of antibacterial products–the triclosan- and … Continue reading →