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November 18, 2015

Modern Mediocrity: The Truth About Our Food Supply

Our ancestors survived and thrived by simply eating the foods nature provided to nourish and sustain them. We would love to be the ones to reveal to you that a typical modern diet alone could provide your body with even the minimum RDI of each essential micronutrient. Instead, we must face the fact that for the large majority of people, the reality of achieving essential micronutrient sufficiency through food alone is all but impossible.

Why are over 90% of the people living on the planet suffering from deficiencies in their micronutrients, or essential vitamins and minerals?

When one starts to dig for the answers it is essential that they [...]

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September 11, 2015

The Evolution (or Devolution) of Bees From a Former Beekeeper’s Perspective

Since 2006, commercial beekeepers have been seeing devastating declines in their hives’ health and longevity. Whereas it was considered normal to lose 10 percent of one’s hives over the winter hibernation, since 2006 the figures have been from 30 percent up to 100 percent in a bad year. Aside from being terrible for the beekeeper’s business, this death and decline also spells decline for many key crops that rely on the bees for their pollination – crops such as almonds, apples, blueberries, cantaloupe, cherries, cranberries, cucumbers, strawberries, pumpkins and watermelons, to name a few.

Almost everyone has heard something like this already.

Let’s stop and look at [...]

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May 30, 2015

Commentary: Are Food Forests Our New Future Food Source?

Think foraging is only reserved for people like Bear Grylls or extreme outdoorsy types? Turns out it’s coming to a city near you.

Food forests are something like a community garden combined with a public park. They offer a nice place to spend time, but also are home to a ton of fruit-bearing trees and plants.

The key difference is that eventually these forests will be self-sustaining and won’t require any maintenance. This of course takes time, but several areas have already started getting the ball rolling.

The Beacon Food Forest in Seattle is already well underway in creating a space where members can freely forage in a lush edible forest. It is seven acres and [...]

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January 31, 2015

Start Your Own Urban Farm

One way to get the most out of your house, condo or apartment and eat better while doing it is to start your own fruit and vegetable garden. Scott Murray has some advice.

Murray is an organic farmer, sustainable development consultant and co-owner of Edge of Urban Farm in San Diego County. His current project is the restoration and development of a 250-acre historic farm owned by the county. On the site, his 15-acre organic farm feeds a neighboring boarding school and supplies local Whole Foods Markets with fruits and vegetables.

Murray says, “Eating is really the only solution” to much of what ails us these days. Eating right, that is. No fad diets with unbalanced or [...]

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