The Real Inflation Fear – US Food Prices Are Up 19% In 2014

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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/26/2014 10:20 -0400

We are sure the weather is to blame but what happens when pent-up demand (from a frosty east coast emerging from its hibernation) bumps up against a drought-stricken west coast unable to plant to meet that demand? The spot price (not futures speculation-driven) of US Foodstuffs is the best performing asset in 2014 – up a staggering 19%…

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Americans’ brains being fried by cell towers: New scientific evidence reveals shocking extent of electropollution damage

Natural News
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) Exposure to cell phone towers alters brain function in alarming ways, causing a lack of concentration, irritability, difficulty sleeping and lack of appetite. That’s the conclusion of a new study just published by the British Medical Journal.(1)

The study, authored by Professor Enrique A Navarro, concluded that the severity of such symptoms directly correlated to cell tower exposure levels. In other words, the closer a person lives to a cell tower, the greater the severity of their symptoms. This was true regardless of race, income level and other demographics.
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Kiwis missing out on ‘heritage’ foods

3News
Wednesday 19 Mar 2014 10:31a.m.

Kay Baxter, director of the Koanga Institute, is on a mission to save New Zealand’s heritage seeds.

She’s touring the country to share her knowledge about what we’ve lost in plant variety, food, and gardening.

“The United Nations estimated 20 years ago we’d already lost 90 percent of our heritage vegetables that we had 100 years before,” she says. “What we’re losing are the food plants that were selected and bred over many thousands of years to nourish us.”
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Wanting to help the Koanga Institute mission to save the New Zealand’s Heritage seeds; click on the website link below.
www.koanga.org.nz
And feel free donate or join as member on the Koanga webpage.