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How to force more drug ill-effects on billions of people and make tons of money. Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only....

The Coming Polar Shift in Nutritional Healing

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

Adding Another Dimension to Your Store

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Six Years Later…

The benefits of NHF’s hard stand on nutrition at Codex come home. Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and...

Who Needs Healthy Food When We Can Eat Cash?

Industry Insensitivity to Health Drives Codex Agenda Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as...

Food Safety Does Not Spring from the Barrel of a Gun

“Was there ever a people whose leaders were as truly their enemies as this one?” —Robert Jordan in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls Imagine that...

The Glyphosate Cases Grind Forward as Health and Fertility Rates Plunge

You have never seen a live dire wolf. And yet dire wolves traveling and hunting alone or in packs were formidable adversaries. Five feet...
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FDA Issues Revised New Dietary Ingredient Draft Guidance for Supplements

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. The opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of the publisher. Because state and...

Roman Horror Day

Organic standards take a beating at Codex Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as...

Online Professional Advice Receives First Amendment Protection

Many decades ago, during the New Deal era, the United States Supreme Court decided in the Valentine v. Chrestensen case that commercial speech was...