The conventional medical wisdom treats obesity as a factor for increased risk of heat disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer and other chronic conditions. It’s not true.
Obesity is a serious public health concern that science has not been able to control. This video shows a promising experimental treatment that may pave the road toward an effective treatment in humans.
In part 2, Dr. Susan Katz, of the Oregon’s Physicians For Social Responsibility outlines some basic steps to avoid consuming products containing obesogens, along with a list of chemical resources.
A flurry of new scientific evidence suggests that certain chemicals we are being exposed to from our environment and in the food we eat, may also be a major contributor to the obesity problem.
In a land where people wore jeans, boots, and rancher hats all year round – I stuck out like a sore thumb. And I didn’t give a damn. 10 miles east of Melstone, Montana, a stiff wind barreled into my path. The air was hot – yet it felt fantastic. Excerpt 11.
I wanted to get a close look at food production within the city limits. Urban- and community-based farming is growing in popularity at an exceptional rate. Excerpt 6.