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Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease

Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease

According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist, more than 27 million Americans, primarily middle-aged women, suffer from thyroid-related illnesses.

November 2011
Michael Fields Agricultural Institute

Michael Fields Agricultural Institute

Seeking to cultivate the ecological, social, economic and spiritual vitality of food and farming systems through education, research, policy, and market development.

November 2011
Appreciating Thanksgiving Crops

Appreciating Thanksgiving Crops

This holiday is a great opportunity to appreciate the plants that have both fed the Pilgrims and enriched the world’s cuisine ever since.

November 2011
Outpost Natural Foods

Outpost Natural Foods

The three Outpost stores offer unique and fun shopping experiences, bursting with fresh foods and hard-to-find items

October 2011
Lake Trek: Saving Our Great Lakes, One Mile at a Time

Lake Trek: Saving Our Great Lakes, One Mile at a Time

When Niewenhuis' lengthy trek around the Great Lakes exposed her to not only long stretches of pristine beaches, but to sections of such devastation that she became more keenly aware of the need to protect our waterways.

October 2011
Pumpkin Gnocchi: Original Recipe from Café Manna

Pumpkin Gnocchi: Original Recipe from Café Manna

Blending autumn's seasonal flavors into a traditional Italian comfort dish, this pumpkin gnocchi will warm hearts as well as tummies

October 2011
Nutrition and Lifestyle for a Healthy Prostate

Nutrition and Lifestyle for a Healthy Prostate

Several food-based nutrients and herbs have been identified as particularly supportive to prostate health

October 2011
Cultivating Health at NuGenesis Farm

Cultivating Health at NuGenesis Farm

“It is our vision that NuGenesis Farm will be a model for global communities to incorporate ‘food as medicine’ into the daily diet and ultimately prevent disease.”

September 2011
Oriental Medicine and Women’s Reproductive Health

Oriental Medicine and Women’s Reproductive Health

Acupuncturists have found that when a woman’s body becomes healthy, the menstrual cycle often normalizes, and menopause may become a relatively effortless transition that passes somewhat quickly, without significant burdensome symptoms.

September 2011
A New Look at the Obesity Epidemic

A New Look at the Obesity Epidemic

The rate of obesity has risen to epidemic proportions. More than 60 percent of all Americans are overweight or obese.

September 2011
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