We are here to teach you how food can be your medicine. How we create real WHOLE-ISTIC HEALTH is guiding you away from PHARMA to FARM, concomitantly regenerating our healthy selves and the soil as we REGAIN the TERRAIN.
Individuals are part of an environmental-health-well-being ecosystem. To maximize this relationship, the health of the individual is achieved only while simultaneously healing our planet. Healthy soil, plants, animals, and people are all part of the same web. The way forward is to move beyond Pill for Ill medicine and reorient our health system to a food-focused medical model. We promote a shift away from the prescription pad to farmers’ markets and our kitchens. How and where we grow our food is the key integral factor to health. Our mission is to educate the way forward to achieve Whole-istic Health.
Pharma to Farm
At the core of the current health paradigm is the notion that a daily dose of various prescription pharmaceutical drugs is necessary to maintain good health. Mainstream medicine does not educate or promote nutritional medicine. It is clear that our health is slipping away with rates of chronic diseases skyrocketing. Consumer pressure from a well-informed population can help us as a global society move away from highly processed and chemical-laden foods, derived from the industrialized mega-farms that permeate our landscapes. Our mission is to educate people on the importance of consuming wholesome organic foods every day, produced by small, local and regional (if possible) farms, based on regenerative, chemical-free agricultural methods, thus moving from Pharma to Farm.
Regain the Terrain
The World Health Organization admits that the global epidemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes, is the leading cause of mortality in the world. These diseases are not transmissible. The cocktail of pesticides in industrial foods along with the serious lack of key nutrients caused by their toxic agricultural practices are major causative factors in this pandemic of multiple chronic diseases. Evidence-based science demonstrates that organic foods produced in healthy, nutrient-enriched soils, without toxic synthetic pesticides, chemical inputs and GMOs, have higher levels of nutrition, especially antioxidants that protect against these chronic diseases.
The New MDS: Moms, Doctors, and Scientists
Zen Honeycutt and RHI Advisors, Stephanie Seneff and Michelle Perro, join together in conversation with Alexis Baden-Mayer regarding the newly published study by moms on the toxic ingredients lurking in our children’s school lunches. The podcast can be listened to […]
TNT Radio: Dr Michelle Perro on What’s Making Our Children Sick?
Although foods derived from GE crops have gone from non-existent in 1994 to ubiquitous in nearly 3 decades, not a single study has compared humans who eat them to those who don’t. It is clearly in the public interest to enable science-based decisions about foods and food-like ingredients derived from GE crops and animals in our diets. Research on the untoward effects of GE crops on human and animal health, as well as their effects on the environment, should be undertaken.
7 ways to instill healthier eating habits in your kids—and why it matters
Eating a whole-food organic diet, free from processed foods, is imperative in creating a healthy internal milieu for your child and family members. These habits create life-long excellence in decision making regarding food preparation and choices, especially when the birds leave the nest.
Moms Across America has Tested Public School Lunches for Toxicity and Nutritional Value, and the News is Not Good.
Moms Across America (MAA) is a nonprofit consumer group founded by Zen Honeycutt that advocates for lifestyles that support good health and longevity. A particular focus of the group has been the issue of pesticide contamination in foods, especially the pervasive herbicide glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup).
With 1 in 5 Kids Now Obese, Pharma Sets Sights on $50B Market for Weight-Loss Drugs
Originally published on Children’s Health Defense Twenty-two percent of U.S. children between the ages of 2-5 and 12-19 are obese compared with 18% a decade ago, according to a new analysis of nationwide health survey data. That means 1 in […]
Virtual Children to Help Combat Overpopulation
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 […]
An Indigenous Woman Fights Back Against Monsanto and Wins
One person can make a difference! A 55-year-old native Mayan beekeeper, Leydy Pech, has won out against Monsanto in a grassroots effort to protect her precious bees from glyphosate poisoning. Mexico is the sixth largest honey-producing country in the world, […]
Floating Wetlands: A Possible Solution to Urban Pollution
Floating wetlands are man-made artificial platforms that support the growth of aquatic plants in water that is typically too deep for them. There is an expanding technology that is gaining popularity in urban areas that involves installing multiple floating wetlands […]
Pesticides and the Crisis in Children’s Health
RHI Advisor, Dr. Michelle Perro, picks up on the discussion presented by Dr. Leu regarding the crisis in children’s health from the pervasive usage of pesticides, with a global focus and an lens on African children. Read The Full Article on […]