According to The Center for Biological Diversity, cutting U.S. meat intake in half could prevent 1.6 billion tons of climate pollution. If this is the science, why aren’t more climate alarmist ditching meat and going vegan? While a self-reporting 3 percent of the U.S. population purports to be eating plant-based (not necessarily vegan), 60 percent believe in humans are creating climate change. So why hasn’t 57 percent of Americans gone vegan, shouldn’t we be following the science?
Tide gauges measure the movement of sea levels relative to the land surface; a rise in this measurement could mean that either the sea level is rising or that the land in that area is sinking (subsidence) — or some… Read More ›
A movement spanning over 192 countries to get people to go vegan for the month of January has signed up its millionth pledge. Started in the United Kingdom, Veganuary is a non-profit organization that encourages people worldwide to eat vegan… Read More ›
The 64-year-old Shaklee Corporation has introduced its Triple Defense Boost product, which is scientifically designed to boost one’s immunity, naturally. The great-tasting berry-flavored powder mix is packed with vitamin C, zinc, vitamin D, plant-based adaptogens, elderberry, Yeast beta-glucan, Reishi mushroom, Panax ginseng,… Read More ›
Shaklee finishes global conference introducing new immunity related natural products plus a precision-based nutrition system never seen before
Shaklee is an international nutrition company founded by Forrest C. Shaklee in 1956. Shaklee created the first vitamin in the United States in 1915 and called it “Shaklee’s Vitaminized Minerals.” In 1960 Shaklee started selling organic, biodegradable cleaning products. Since… Read More ›
So, taking all this data in, it is clear there is no consensus, regardless of what people are saying, it is more important to look at unbiased data, regarding the efficacy on masks regarding viruses and especially relating to COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2. To be frank, when I started this story a few days ago I had expected different results and was surprised, and disappointed, we do not have better data at this point.
Indigo, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, announced today that it has closed a $100 million Series C investment, the largest private equity financing in the agriculture technology sector. The round was led… Read More ›
by Ryan Gabrielson, ProPublica In 1973, L.J. Scott, Jr., was a chemist at the recently created Drug Enforcement Agency, hard at work on a critical breakthrough: a chemical mixture that could identify the presence of cocaine. The trafficking and use… Read More ›
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a draft assessment yesterday June 4, 2015 on the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing activities on drinking water resources in the United States. The EPA’s review of data sources available to the agency found… Read More ›