Tidal wave of food manufacturers switching to sunflower oil to avoid toxic GMO corn, soy and canola oils
by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds NaturalNews.com Wednesday, April 06, 2016 In an effort to avoid the health-harming problems caused by GMO soy, corn and canola oils, food manufacturers are turning to the cleaner, non-GMO benefits of sunflower oil. Furthermore, sunflower oil is void of trans fats, another plus when it comes to maintaining good health.... »
Chemical added to hot dogs, sausage and bacon now being developed by USDA as deadly bait that poisons wild hogs to death… and you’re EATING it for breakfast!
by Mike Adams NaturalNews.com Tuesday, April 05, 2016 A preservative chemical that’s routinely added to hot dogs, beef jerky, bacon and breakfast sausage is now being deployed by government researchers as a fatal bait to poison wild hogs to death. Development of the deadly hog poison is being pursued by none other than the... »
by: Julie Wilson NaturalNews.com Monday, April 04, 2016 Two beekeepers were recently compensated by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, after it was proven that a widely used class of insecticides destroyed their hives last spring. Neonicotinoids, which chemically resemble nicotine, were found to have drifted onto the hives from a nearby corn field, and... »
by: Sarah Landers NaturalNews.com Monday, April 04, 2016 The biotech industry has been under a lot of scrutiny recently for its part in causing the development of herbicide-resistant weeds, which are becoming a huge problem for farmers. This resistance, combined with the toxicity of herbicides, means that it is crucial that we find an... »
FORMER CIA GENERAL: THE DAM IS JUST ABOUT TO BREAK ON OUR ECONOMY, AND WHEN IT DOES, THERE’S GOING TO BE A MAJOR DISRUPTION OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD
Allselfsustained.com Apr. 3, 2016 Lt. General William Boykin (retired) told TruNews Radio Tuesday that the U.S. economy of the United States “is just about the break” and collapse. And when the dam gives way, severe food shortages and pervasive violence throughout America will warrant, in his opinion, an executive declaration of martial law. “I’ll... »
by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds NaturalNews.com Sunday, April 03, 2016 Another reason to beware of the toxic ingredients in your food supply is upon us, this time involving the seafood that’s imported into the United States. Seafood has long been the subject of concern, from the radiation that’s lurking in fish affected by the 2011... »
Coca-Cola’s quack science on parade: Diet Coke is healthier than water, Coke-funded scientists now claim
by: Sarah Landers NaturalNews.com Sunday, April 03, 2016 According to a ridiculous new obesity study from the University of Bristol, drinking Diet Coke and other diet drinks is healthier than drinking water … What? As reported by the Alliance for Natural Health, the lead scientist of the study, Peter Rogers, has stated that, “the... »
Quayle Alert:THE RAILROADS KNOW WHATS COMING,DO YOU? WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO PRPARE FOR THE COMING EMPTY SHELVES AND THE MAYHEM THAT’S GETTING READY TO KICK INTO HIGH GEAR!
SteveQuayle.com Apr 1, 2016 I work for a major U.S. railway carrier. Just got informed that the number of units being “laid up”, or being taken out of service, is now being increased from 1650 to 1800 motors. With an average of 3 motors per train, that’s 600 trains that no longer need moving... »
LILY DANE THE DAILY SHEEPLE APRIL 1, 2016 A family in Sugar Creek, Missouri grew the beautiful vegetable garden in the photo above. They’ve been given four days to tear out the entire garden or face a fine. Why? Because it is in their front yard, and city officials and a few neighbors don’t... »
Experimental GMO crops sprouting up across America, while USDA, the overseeing agency, takes ‘industry-friendly approach’
by: Julie Wilson NaturalNews.com Friday, April 01, 2016 Experimental crops genetically engineered to withstand high doses of pesticides are growing all over the U.S., and in some cases illegally. However, rarely does the biotech industry suffer repercussions, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the agency responsible for oversight, largely ignores violators. Field trials... »