Has chemical farming left us defenseless against chronic disease?

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I recall distinctly the condescending tone in which a friend and I were mocked by an acquaintance who overheard us discussing why we chose to consume organically grown foods instead of foods grown conventionally (i.e., through the chemically dependent methods of industrial farming). Explaining the reasons for our choices, they were breezily dismissed as “conspiracy theories” that were opposed to “science” and “progress.” Didn’t we know that chemical farming and GMO crops were how we were going to “feed the ...

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Nutritional Deficiencies and the Triage Theory of Aging

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“The culmination in cellular nutrition is the science of selecting and combining foods with highest efficiency at nourishing the cells…”

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When BioSuperfood inventor Dr. Michael Kiriac emigrated from his native country of Moldova to Canada following the fall of the Iron Curtain, he was amazed to find that a better quality of nutrition existed in the former Soviet Union than in North America. “Only in the ravages of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster,” noted Kiriac, “did I see the level ...

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Boosting your immunity with BioSuperfood

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Just yesterday I was speaking with a woman who lovingly described her grandchild as “her little petri dish.” (Grandma was beginning to show the signs of an oncoming cold.) With the new school year upon us and the turn of the seasons soon to come (we had our first freeze of the year last night here in Wyoming), the talk of boosting immunity is in the air. Earlier this year, we posted about the critical need to ...

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The critical need to boost our immunity

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In many situations, we behave with a preventative mindset: we anticipate potential misfortune, and do our best to avoid it. If we’re about to head out on a run, we stretch beforehand to prevent pulled muscles. If we’re about to hit the road for a long trip, we check the gas so we don’t run out along the way. Looking out the window at a threatening sky, we put on a raincoat or bring along an umbrella to keep from ...

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