THIS IS IT, we have about a month to make a big push to reach all of our Senators, repeatedly and effectively state we are not in alignment with the Dark Act HR 1599 which will:

  • Nullify state laws which have already passed GMO Labeling
  • Labels GMO's as "Natural"
  • Keeps GMO Labeling Voluntary
  • Require Non GMO labeling to be through the USDA
  • Remove protections for Native American indigenous crops and all GMO Free zones

The DARK ACT, if passed, will wipe out everything we have worked for.

To retain our right to know what is in our food and allow us choice from buying GMOs and related
toxic pesticides, we ask you to join us in the one or
more of the following ways this week:


1. Join us Tuesday night at 5:30 pm PT on a live stream meeting "Connect with Moms and Defeat the Dark Act".

Go to
to share the event, 
to view the meeting and find out more about what we can do.  

We have a special guest this week, Scientist Anthony Samsel at 6 pm with new data about Roundup (glyphosate) 
in pet food.

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Sisterhood with Women's March

Regardless of whether or not you were for or against the march of women over the weekend, the one component that activated inspiration was witnessing masses of women using their minds, voices and bodies in unity with one another.  

Article written from William Henry - click on this link for the article  

New York Times sharing pics of the Masses of united women around the world

Till Next Time,



Updates to website

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Are Carrots healthy For You?

Read a great article about carrots from the ezine Eating Healthy by Verywell.  I use carrots in a multitude of ways, especially since they are good for the eyes and have great fiber.  I actually made a kale and black eye pea soup with carrots included that was so tasty! As we mature, our bodies produce less enzymes and raw veggies are great for that.  Since this is a veggie that does contain sugars, just be mindful of the amount you consume, otherwise get creative with them, as they are available year round in most markets!

Benefits of Carrots