We are slowly waking up to the fact that the added sugar in our nation’s diet is a HUGE problem.
The past year has shown some strong examples of how consumer pressure can change the fast-food industry.
Covered in scaffolding, the Capitol dome rose above our group as we stopped for a photo op before hurrying on to our first meetings on The Hill.
The metaphor of the magnificent 216-year-old dome’s renovation was not lost on our delegation.
Our small group of dedicated activists hoped to do some of our own strengthening of numerous wellness-oriented bills now working their way through Congress.
Much of our medical system relies on the pure reason of the scientific method — we think through the problem, analyze the options, and come up with the best solution based on logic.
It works, but some new research suggests that “not thinking” may also provide some extremely powerful healing.
Speaking powerfully about the effect of household chemicals on her twins and her decision to do something about it by creating a small but mighty non-profit organization called MadeSafe, founder Amy Ziff has created one of the most definitive 15-minute summaries of the unsafe chemical situation in America today.
We recommend it highly, especially if you have children and/or grandchildren.