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Regenerating Our Health and Food

By RHI 08/01/2022

RHI advisors, Andre Leu, Stephanie Seneff and Michelle Perro are featured in the August 2022 Masters of Health on-line magazine, discussing the regenerative agriculture/health revolution. Regenerative agriculture and animal husbandry is the next and higher stage of organic food and farming, not only free from toxic pesticides, GMOs, chemical fertilizers, and factory farm production, and therefore good […]

Many Factors Fuel Demand for Transformation of Our Food System

By Melissa Diane Smith 07/25/2022

Originally published on GMOScience At-A-Glance •A convergence of factors is fueling increasing demand for regenerative change in our food system. •There is recognition and acceptance that we have a problem with poor soil health. •Improving soil health is a unifying and galvanizing topic that gets people engaged and willing to act. Farmers see results that […]

Turning Sewage Sludge and Food Waste into Carbon Free Vehicle Fuels

By Stephanie Seneff 06/26/2022

Highlights •Sewage dumped into the ocean harms sea life •Sewage sludge converted to fertilizer has too many harmful chemicals in it •Food waste and sewage sludge can be turned into valuable fuel, but toxic chemicals (e.g., glyphosate, prescription drugs) are still problematic •Acid-loving microbes from Yellowstone Park produce versatile enzymes capable of breaking down toxic […]

Press Release: Regeneration Health International – Who We Are

By RHI 06/21/2022

Contact after June 1, 2022: Michelle Perro, MD at Ruth Westreich at Regeneration Health International Who We Are In 2021, a team of scientists, farmers, activists, artists, physicians, and lawyers came together to facilitate and catalyze a global movement and alliance dedicated to regenerating personal and public health, based on the fundamental principle […]

Virtual Children to Help Combat Overpopulation

By Dr. Joseph Mercola 06/21/2022

Story at-a-glance Artificial intelligence expert Catriona Campbell predicts virtual children will be commonplace within the next 50 years, which can help combat overpopulation The virtual children would only exist within the metaverse, and parents would interact with them using high-tech wearables like gloves that can deliver tactile feedback to replicate physical sensations Climate change, overpopulation, […]

What’s Making our Children Sick?

By Dr. Michelle Perro, MD, DHOM 05/29/2022

Regenerating Our Health and Food So many ill children reveal the ways we have outgrown our medical model and our predominant food production systems.  The problems our kids suffer from most persistently today are complex, arising from a multisystem dysfunctional biological catastrophe, particularly in relation to immunity, autoimmunity, and the health sequelae that arise from […]

GMO Myths & Facts: A Summary

By Melissa Diane Smith 05/29/2022

For the past several decades, the public has been fed the rhetoric that genetically modified (GM) crops and foods are needed to feed the world’s growing population and to meet the challenges that farmers face, including climate change as well as pests and diseases. However, scientific research and real-world farming experience show that GM crops […]

Can we talk about Regenerative Agriculture?

By A Growing Culture 05/29/2022

As an organisation, we’ve always had a complicated relationship with regenerative agriculture; this is probably no surprise to anyone who has followed our work for any length of time. But in some ways, we’ve shied away from really diving into the conversation, partly just because it’s really complicated and difficult to talk about things that […]

Big Farms, Empty Food, Chronic Disease

By ANH-USA 05/29/2022

Modern agriculture has made food plentiful and abundant—but not healthy. Half of the American population have chronic diseases, utilizing 86 percent of health care dollars. Oftentimes the blame is placed on those who are ill for their lifestyle choices. But the numbers tell a different story: as small farmers started getting squeezed out of food […]

Farming Nature’s Way

By Stephanie Seneff 05/29/2022

Highlights •Noni trees are a medicinal fruit tree that is native to a large area across Asia and Australia. •Noni was popular among the ancient Polynesians for its many beneficial phytochemicals and its ability to ease pain topically. •Steve and Richele Frailey have been cultivating Noni trees on a certified organic farm in Kauai since […]