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Nationally Syndicated Talk Radio Host to Address Nutrition Conference in Atlanta

Washington, D.C.—October 18, 2013--A prominent homeopathic practitioner who personally overcame chronic disease with natural medicine will bring his knowledge to the 14th annual international Wise Traditions conference next month in Atlanta.  Robert Scott Bell, DA Hom, will present his lecture “Health Sovereignty and Gastrointestinal Recovery--The Power (and Freedom) to Heal is Yours!” The alternative

VIOLENT BEHAVIOR LINKED TO NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES

WASHINGTON, DC, August 30, 2013-- GlobeNewswire -- Deficiencies of vitamins A, D, K, B1, B3, B6, B12 and folate, and of minerals iodine, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, chromium and manganese can all contribute to mental instability and violent behavior, according to a report published in the Spring 2013 issue of

Farm Family Threatened with $700,000 Fine for Raising Pigs

Farm advocates to gather for a court hearing in support of the Bakers Falls Church, VA—( GlobeNewswire )The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR), through the Michigan Attorney General, is asking the judge hearing Mark Baker’s case to fine him $700,000. DNR believes Mark has 70 "illegal pigs” being raised in violation of an invasive species

Farmer Hershberger Seeks Full Vindication Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund Files Appeal in Wisconsin Raw Milk Case

Falls Church, VA--July 3, 2013--The absolute right to private, unregulated, direct trade with a local raw milk producer is being fully tested in the heart of "America's Dairyland." The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund decided to appeal the jury verdict of farmer Vernon Hershberger in the recent case, State of Wisconsin [Plaintiff] v. Vernon Hershberger

Canada CDC Hears Science on Low Risk of Raw Milk

WASHINGTON, DC, June 11, 2013 -- ( GlobeNewsWire )  -- Three quantitative microbial risk assessments (QMRAs) recently published in the Journal of Food Protection have demonstrated that unpasteurized milk is a low-risk food, contrary to previous, inappropriately-evidenced claims suggesting a high-risk profile.  These scholarly papers, along with dozens of others,

Wisconsin Aims to Jail Amish Farmer

Farmer Acquitted by Jury Now Threatened With Jail by Department of Justice Baraboo, Wisconsin—June 3, 2013 —Less than a week after the jury acquitted him of three criminal charges,Eric Defort and Phillip Ferris, attorneys for the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ), move to have the judge revoke the terms of the bond and jail

Jury Finds Peaceful Farmer Does Not Need Licenses

Farmer Acquitted on 3 Criminal Counts; Guilty on 1 Baraboo, Wisconsin, May 28, 2013--GlobeNewsWire--After a long and riveting week in court for raw dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger, the jury returned a verdict of three “not guilty” counts and one count “guilty” for violation of a holding order. The Wisconsin Department of Agricultural Trade and

Farmer Faces Jail for Feeding Community

Farmer Faces Jail for Feeding Community Customers and Other Supporters to Attend Court with Farmer Baraboo, WI—May 8, 2013--GlobeNewswire--Food rights activists from around North America will meet at the Sauk County Courthouse in this tiny town on May 20 to support Wisconsin dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger and food sovereignty. Hershberger, whose trial

Flawed Government Report Thwarts State Raw Milk Initiatives

CDC Study Actually Shows Raw Milk a Very Safe Food April 3, 2013--Washington, D.C.--A recent CDC study claims that unpasteurized milk and products made with unpasteurized milk cause 150 times more outbreaks than pasteurized milk or products made from pasteurized milk. After careful analysis, The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) finds

NATIONAL FARMERS UNION ENDORSES RAW MILK

Raw Milk Activists Applaud the Move Toward Greater Access Washington, D.C. --March 20, 2013--GlobeNewswire--The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) announces that the National Farmers Union (NFU) has adopted new pro-raw milk policies at its 111th annual convention, held on March 2nd-5th in Springfield Massachusetts. The conference theme, Making Waves in Agriculture,

Nutrition Non-profit Leads Protest of Dairy Adulteration Proposal

NASDAQ GLOBENEWSWIRE--Washington, DC—March, 13, 2013—According to the Weston A. Price Foundation, American consumers are crying foul over a dairy industry petition to add unlabeled artificial sweeteners to flavored milks served to school children and to many other classes of dairy products. Numerous scientific studies point to toxic effects of aspartame, including

Help Save Drakes Bay Oyster Company

Falls Church, Virginia, Dec. 27, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) has agreed to administer a litigation fund to be used to help finance the Drakes Bay Oyster Company's lawsuit against the United States National Park Service. Drakes Bay Oyster Company (DBOC) is a family-owned, environmentally

Professor who begs on train

It was a good decision I felt after meeting this noble soul. I usually travel in car either my own or way back home in my colleagues car. The other day I decided to travel by train.  I boarded the train and saw one tall guy neatly dressed saying something to

New Website Breaks Local Food Barriers

New Website Breaks Local Food Barriers Soon After Launch Explodes in Dozens of Countries on Five Different Continents November 15, 2012, Chicago, Illinois—No matter where you live, work or travel in the world, food entrepreneur, Max Kane wants to help you eat local. His brainchild, FarmMatch.com, is a free, easy to use,

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