Thursday, June 27, 2013

Tuesday Night Live Video Presentation - June 25th

If you missed our second video presentation of Tuesday Night Live this week, no need to worry. Just click the video below to hear Jordan discuss the many benefits of water and proper hydration, and how both play a major role in The Daniel Diet - a 10-day health transformation that will help you lose weight and detoxify your body, mind and spirit.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

So, we’re running out of food?

Another week, another gloomy report. This article details a recently published study that warns that we may run out of food by the year 2050. Filled with doom and gloom scenarios and dire warnings, the study looked at four crops—corn, soybeans, rice and wheat—and determined that the rate at which these crop yields are increasing isn’t fast enough to meet our growing population.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Special Tuesday Night Live Video Message from Jordan

Beyond Organic Community,

Today marks a special occasion for us. Our Tuesday Night Live weekly conference calls have now switched over to an on demand video format. In today's fast-paced, mobile world we are working to make our message more accessible and built around your schedule. We will still be hosting calls and teaching sessions in the future, but be on the lookout for more real-time video updates and bite-size training sessions from our Founder and CEO, Jordan Rubin, who is now Living Beyond Organic 24/7 down on the farm.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Label It!

We’re not sure whether to be thankful or terrified. The people over at Natural Cures Not Medicine have compiled a list of processed foods that contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). 

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Connecticut Sets the Standard

Many of you remember the disappointment felt after Proposition 37, the bill which would have required labeling of food sold to consumers made from plants or animals with genetic material changed in specified ways, did not pass in California last November. Who could forget how Monsanto, PepsiCo and other large companies fought fervently, by raising nearly $45 million against the bill, and ultimately got their way.