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Gluten-Free Diet Can Expose You To More Heavy Metals Like Mercury

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze According to a new report in the journal Epidemiology, people who eat a gluten-free diet may actually be at higher risk for exposure to arsenic and mercury. This is quite concerning considering the growing popularity of … Continue reading

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GM Golden Rice Flops In New Trial, Mutant Plants Reduces Crop Yield

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze After millions of dollars and untold amounts of hype, the GM Lobby’s favorite crop is demonstrating itself to do the opposite of what it was allegedly intended to do. As evidenced by a new study, Golden … Continue reading

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Iowa City Carves 1000 Acres To Seed Habitat Rescue For Bees And Butterflies

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze As the bee population continues to decline, many people are becoming increasingly concerned. Some in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, however, are now taking action to do what they can to prevent bees from disappearing completely. The plan … Continue reading

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Parity Is The Answer To America’s Agricultural Crisis

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze Farming is, by nature, an up and down game, with so many variables going into the production of food that can drive both prices and production. Throughout American and, indeed, world history, agriculture has been susceptible … Continue reading

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New German Supermarket Lidl Set To Compete With Aldi In 2017

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze  The American food market is experiencing a German invasion. And it’s a welcome one. After the dramatic expansion of and increased success of Aldi, a new German supermarket chain – Lidl – is now opening its … Continue reading

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As Bee Population Continues Decline Scientists Introduce Robobee

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze As the bee population in the United States continues to decline, some scientists are working on a backup option which many people are calling the Robobee. A recent announcement coming out of the journal Chem, in … Continue reading

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Skittles Highway Spill Reveals Feed Run To Cattle Lot

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze A recent news story, no doubt designed to capture the attention of people wanting light and weird news, has accidentally revealed yet another disgusting and unpleasant fact about the American food system. The case took off … Continue reading

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What’s Your Monthly Grocery Bill? Ours Is $218

If you want to start a food fight, ask people about their monthly grocery bill–what the USDA calls food at home, as opposed to meals purchased outside the home. Some people will have no idea what their real grocery/food at … Continue reading

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Four Ticking Global Time-Bombs Few Even Hear

The geopolitical and financial risks facing the global economy are well-known.Hot wars and currency meltdowns garner headlines around the world. But few even hear, much less discuss, four ticking global time-bombs: 1. The demographic time-bomb. 2. The public health time-bomb. … Continue reading

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Still Think the Fed Isn’t Fueling Inflation? Check Out This Chart

Just as we can’t eat iPods, we can’t subsist on official reassurances that the Fed and inflation are both benign. There is a great divergence between the conventional financial media and the public who goes to the supermarket: the financial media … Continue reading

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