Jim Hicks, author of Healthy Eating, Healthy World, has released a four-minute informative video on the history and details of his “4Leaf Solution.”
Healthy Eating, Healthy World author J. Morris Hicks says focus on saving the planet should be shifting to efforts to save the human race. “What’s really at stake for us is the long-term sustainability of the human race. And at the rate we’re going, we may be down to our last couple of hundred years,” he says.
On today’s Healthy Eating, Healthy World blog, author J. Morris Hicks discusses theories of the late Russell Lincoln Ackoff and how the choices we make directly impact our health, America’s health care system, our local environments, and the entire planet.
Healthy Eating, Healthy World author J. Morris Hicks discusses drought, famine, and the environmental effects of growing crops like soy and corn for the purpose of feeding animals rather than humans.
Healthy Eating, Healthy World author J. Morris Hicks has added a new videos section to his website and blog that features Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s most recent TEDx Talk, among others.
Healthy Eating, Healthy World author J. Morris Hicks discusses the implications faced by USDA employees that promoted Meatless Monday in an internal newsletter. The USDA received backlash from the meat and dairy industries for the contents of the newsletter and has since made public efforts to retract its original statements that cutting back on meat one day a week was good for health and the environment.
Many former and present Olympic superstars have garnered attention for their recognition and adoption of plant-based nutrition. Healthy Eating, Healthy World author J. Morris Hicks discusses the role a plant-based diet plays in the lives of professional athletes.
The nation’s school lunch program is creating confusion in cafeterias across America, says Healthy Eating, Healthy World author and health activist J. Morris Hicks. “Until the government decides to tell us EXACTLY what we should be eating for the best possible health, all “official” efforts to improve dietary habits will fall way short of expectations,” he says.