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Going Organic with Ultra Spiritual Life Guru JP Sears

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There are plenty of great reasons to eat organic food, like the fact that it is better for our environment and it has more nutrients than conventionally grown food. Besides, it’s what everyone used to eat anyway. What it won’t do is make you superior to others or a saint even though some still think it will. So how do we get people to break those associations? It starts by acknowledging them. Continue reading

12 Ways To Avoid Or Stop Genetically Modified Cotton

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Photo Credit: “Feeding cotton seeds, in New South Wales” by Cgoodwin

Now that you read 5 Things You Need To Know About Cotton Or You’ll Die Twice what do you do with all the new things you learned? Die twice? Get angry? Hide under the bed? Well, you can’t die twice (I’m sure you’re relieved). Anger is acceptable and appropriate in this situation. Hiding under the bed is not. Some of the suggestions here are personal and can rid or reduce GE cotton in your life and your family’s lives, but that’s not enough. It’s important to help others.

So what can you do? Continue reading

5 Things You Need To Know About Cotton Or You’ll Die Twice

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It’s the cash crop enslaved Africans in America were forced to pick, as close as family and probably what you’re wearing right now. Yet much like our food there’s so much most of us don’t know about the fabric of our lives. Here’s 5 things need to know about cotton. Continue reading

Tropicana Sued For Claims Their Juice Is 100 Percent Natural

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Months after a California woman sued Nutella for false advertising another California woman is suing Tropicana’s parent company for claiming its orange juice is “100% pure and natural” when it is not.

The plaintiff Angelena Lewis said Tropicana Products Inc, know consumers “want and demand natural products” and deceives them with it’s advertising and packaging for its Pure Premium juice, including the cartons with the image of an orange with a straw stuck into it. Continue reading