It is important to understand how the organic label is being diluted. It is also imperative to understand the implications of the DARK Act that was just signed into law by President Obama.
The most harmful thing is this bill preempts any state labeling laws and reverses the Vermont GMO labeling law that was in effect for a matter of days before being reversed.
Living MaxWell is a great blog by Max Goldberg. He explains what this bill means to consumers. Please read and share.
You betcha. Statins are the most over-prescribed medication in the United States. MIT scientist, Dr. Raymond Francis says that statin users increase their risk of type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, cancer, muscle weakness, liver disease memory loss, and HEART FAILURE.
I am not a doctor. Please do not stop taking your statin without consulting your physician. You should however, do more research on a healthy plant-based diet. I recommend Dr. Esselstyn’s Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease book and website.
California wines contain poison. According to Moms Across America, 100% of the wine they tested were positive for Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Round-up weed killer; even the organic wine.
For this reason I recently switched to mostly French and Italian wines. The French wines take some getting used to but are completely worth changing your palate. I’ll take less drinkable over toxins any day.
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A plant-based diet can be unbelievably delicious, satisfying and best of all, guilt-free. The key to a tasty plant-based meal is in the sauce. This is a versatile recipe that can be thinned out with water and used for a salad dressing, drizzled over enchiladas, tacos, greens or a quinoa bowl or used thick as a dip. Don’t be afraid to play around with the ingredients to vary this sauce to your liking. Continue reading “Creamy Cilantro Serrano Sauce (plant-based)”
Quinoa is packed with protein and nutrients and best of all, it’s delicious. This dish can be served warm or cold the next day as a salad. It seems like a lot of ingredients but it comes together quickly.
Ingredients (always use organic when possible):
1 cup of quinoa
2 cups of vegetable broth
1 cup of shaved Brussel sprouts
2-3 large kale leaves with stems removed and chopped
1-2 large scallions chopped
1 thick slice of red onion chopped Continue reading “Black Bean Orange Quinoa Salad”