Why You Need to March Against Monsanto

March Against Monsanto is just one month away on October 12, 2013! Do you plan to participate? Why all the fuss? Monsanto is an American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporation. It is a leading producer of genetically engineered (GE) seed. Monsanto was among the first to genetically Read more [...]

The Okinawan Diet – Can You Live to See a Century?

The latest research says the Japanese are more likely to reach 100 years old. A recent article in The Guardian asks why. Just last month, the oldest man in the world, Jiroemon Kimura, passed away near Kyoto at the ripe old age of 116. Its no coincidence that the new record holder, 115 year old Misao Read more [...]

American Ninja Warrior Finalist Joins Team Greens Plus

Drew Drechsel, American Ninja Warrior Finalist, begins Greens Plus supplementation program, by Christopher Daniels After clearing the latest obstacles, including the dreaded 14ft Warped Wall, Drew Dreschel is intensifying his bid to become the first American ever to achieve total victory. American Read more [...]

The First 100% Certified Organic Nation

Tiny Himalayan Country Pledges to Become the World's First 100% Certified Organic Agricultural System The Kingdom of Bhutan lies nestled in the Himalayan Mountains between Tibet and India. Cut off for centuries due to its seclusive geography, the country is striving to open itself to the modern Read more [...]

How to Stay Active on the Weekends

Electric shock therapy, arctic “ice bath”, and 11 miles of fun. Can you think of a better way to spend your weekend? On Sunday May 19th, my husband, mom and I participated in the Jacksonville Tough Mudder. As we recited the Tough Mudder Creed, I was a bundle of nerves. A million thoughts went Read more [...]

Earth Day is Honored with Planting of Ancient California Redwoods

Archangel Ancient Tree Archive begins reforestation efforts with Ceremonial Planting in 7 Nations Archangel, founded by Michigan nurseryman David Milarch, spent two decades cloning the largest, oldest, most durable and most iconic trees, with the ultimate goal of restoring the world's ancient Read more [...]

Mak Takano Returns to Japan with Bantamweight Champion Bibiano Fernandes

Bibiano Fernandes defeats Yoshiro Maeda, maintains winning 13-3 record    Congratulations to Bibiano Fernandes, and his friend and MMA advisor Mak Takano, for winning his second bout since becoming Dream Bantamweight Champion in 2011. The event, Dream 18 & Glory 4 held at the Saitama Read more [...]

Skilled Veterans volunteer to clean up Fukushima, help save young from extreme radiation

Group of Japanese Veterans volunteer for deadly service Known as the Skilled Veterans Corp for Fukushima (SVCF), this brave group of retired engineers, construction workers and technical professionals, now 700 strong and all over the age of 60, have offered to help tackle the nuclear disaster Read more [...]