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Think Local. Choose Organic. Know your farm and know your food.

That’s how the speech by an amazingly insightful 11 year old ends. I just ran across this video post from an 11 year old at a Tedx event in Asheville; his name is Birke Baehr… Continue reading

Always a reason to smile!

Alternate title to this post could have been: Hoping I can convince my hubby to replicate this! Im a big fan of Pinterest, and thanks to them I ran across this picture that… Continue reading

Gluten Free Paleo Diet Discussed on Fox News

   Interview with Dr. Osborne.flv  Yay for a Doctor coming forward to discuss cross- reactive responses due to the similarity in proteins between gluten, corn, rice, quinoa, millet, potato starch, etc.  Worth the watch when… Continue reading

Monsanto, GMOS and you. What does it all mean?

One of the biggest challenges today when talking about why the rates of food sensitivities and allergies, immune disorders, chronic illnesses and more have all dramatically increased over the last 20 or so… Continue reading

2011 Trends: Recipe Websites, Apps, & Publishing

Great article about the importance of food based blogs and how they are inspiring entrepreneurs to ensure we have safe, healthy and delicious options. Here’s to the hope of success and better health for all! 2011 Trends:… Continue reading

Justlabelit Reaches 1mm supporters!

The grassroots movement to help Americans let the FDA know that we absolutely WANT GM foods to be labelled hit a milestone today when they submitted a petition to the US Government with more than 1,000,000 signatures from Americans… Continue reading

No More GMO. It’s up to you.

That’s how the powerful film, the Future of Food ends. One powerful statement about the right to know what’s in our food. With the rate of  allergies, autism, ADHD and asthma on the… Continue reading

‘Pink Slime’ makes it way to a store (and school) near you

What is Pink Slime? “Pink Slime” is the term for a ground-up amalgam of beef scraps, cow connective tissues, and other beef trimmings, once useful only for dog food and cooking oil, that… Continue reading