Online Conference Connects Soil Health to Your Health

[button color=”green” size=”big” link=”http://agrihealthculture.com” ]ConferencePage[/button] Good Nutrition Begins On Farms and In Gardens.¬† Hipocrates once recognized food as the best medicine.¬† Of course, it goes without saying that only good food is good medicine. Food that is rich in functional vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals can support healthy body weights, combat cancer, promote sleep, and ensure … Read more

Local Farms are Key to Health and Wellness

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The dangers of glyphosate and other pesticides prevalent in modern food systems have been discussed in previous posts, including our 2016 report on glyphosate in food webs, and our 2018 interview with investigative journalist, Carey Gillam.¬† Like Alex Vasquez’ 2014 YouTube video that pronounced glyphosate as the toxic chemical of the year, Gillam’s book, Whitewash, … Read more

Libby Hamilton Joins Microbes, Minerals and Mindsets

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End-O-Fite Enterprises LLC is proud to introduce Libby Hamilton, our new co-host on Microbes, Minerals, and Mindsets. Libby is a retired horticulture and AP environmental science teacher who continues to volunteer with FFA programs in her community. Her experience teaching the value of agriculture, and her insights into the need for more regenerative local food … Read more

From International Business to Local Regenerative Farming

Health Concerns Led International Businessman Glen Schultz to Abandon Fortune 500 Sales and Start a Farm As Glen Schultz researched the cause of his son’s ailments, he became concerned about the way milk and other foods were being produced.¬† At first, he shopped from natural grocery stores.¬† But that wasn’t enough.¬† The more deeply he … Read more

Food Security in the Classroom

Food Insecurity is a Barrier to Education Food insecurity is a growing problem in public schools, including¬†college campuses.¬† ¬†In a nation that was once considered the bread basket of the world, even prominent media like the Washington Post are making note of growing food insecurity on campus.¬† Authors of a recent study out of West … Read more

Episode 2: Microbes, Minerals and Nutrition

ÔĽŅ Click on the Podcast Player to hear Dr. Mary Lucero and co-host Tony Pragner discuss the interplay between microbes and minerals that is necessary for good nutrition. The components nutritionists call “minerals” are what chemists call “elements.” Mineral nutrients come from the soil, air, and water plants grow in. Even if you don’t eat … Read more