Prop 37: Labeling GMO Foods

October is GMO Awareness Month - the perfect precursor to the Proposition 37 vote in November. The National Association of Nutrition Professionals, of which I am a member, compiled the following resources to educate and assist the public.

About GMOs & Proposition 37 

Learn what a GMO is, which foods are genetically modified, and why we should care.

Learn more about Prop 37 and what it entails, and why it should pass.

Read about GMOs and why we should label them in this article by The New York Times' Mark Bittman.

Updated Infographic            
The Cornucopia Institute has updated its infographic, which shows which companies have financially supported or opposed Proposition 37, as well as the amount donated.  View the updated pdf by clicking here.
Non-GMO Shopping Guide Resources

Shop NoGMO by Plum Amazing
A non-GMO shopping guide to download to your iPhone or iPad

Pocket-size downloadable shopping guide featuring over 150 brands currently signed on to the non-GMO project

Take Action

Learn how you can show your support by donating, participating, or volunteering with Yes on 37
Find out more about GE foods, sign a petition to tell the FDA that you have the right to know what is in our food, and more!

Natural Ways to Boost Fertility

My first article for HealthBubble:

Infertility can be a frustrating and painful challenge. Fortunately, there are plenty of easy, natural ways you can increase your odds of conceiving.

The first step is to see your doctor. Many cases of infertility are caused by unknown factors, but both partners should be evaluated for potential medical issues to rule out known issues like pelvic inflammatory disease, low sperm count, endometriosis or other health problems. Identifying a problem can make it easier to tackle.

Hormone imbalance can also contribute to conditions that reduce fertility. ...(Read the full article).