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To say that food is medicine shouldn't be a controversial statement, but under Big Pharma's rule, anything that you can buy without a prescription is "anti-science," or something to that effect. But the truth is that ignoring the benefits of good nutrition and healing foods is what goes against virtually all available science. While conventional medicine will admit that poor diet can cause disease, how often do you see medical professionals recommending foods like nuts to reduce heart disease risk, or herbs like turmeric to help prevent cancer?
In a recent study, scientists looked at the health benefits of fermented turmeric. While its already known that turmeric contains immensely beneficial compounds like curcumin, which have been shown to fight cancer, fermented turmeric seems to be a whole new "animal." The Korean research team ultimately found that fermented turmeric helped protect the brain against oxidative stress and inflammation, and may prevent age-related cognitive decline.
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In addition to providing the latest information on what heals and what harms, Food.news also offers coverage on the latest food politics. Whether it be related to freedom and choice, government agencies that are putting corporate interests before human safety or another atrocity from Monsanto, if it's related to food, this budding independent media site has got it covered. Unlike the mainstream media, independent media is free of industry ties and corporate interests -- something many "trusted" sources can't claim these days. Look no further than the recently revealed-as-fraudulent academic groups operating at Monsanto's side to obscure the truth about glyphosate for proof of that.
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As a recent article details, Founder and Co-CEO of Nature’s Path, Arran Stephens, announced in a letter that the company would be withdrawing from the Organic Trade Association. Stephens says the choice to leave was driven by the OTA's recent (and highly contested) support of agribusiness interests. Stephens reportedly stated, "We believe giant food corporations, that also happen to own small organic brands, use the OTA to influence policy decisions to protect the best interest of their large, non-organic food portfolios."
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