I'm a little skeptical of bias publications, as always. Does "Naturalnews" cover things that have been proven to be inconsequential to human health that all of the toxiphobes (and, well, anyone who uses the world "natural" or "toxin" more than a couple times a day) are always harping about? Dioxins in food or mercury in fish are good examples. And do they expose useless pseudo-science that can't be demonstrated to have any beneficial effect on health? Certainly not. That's not to say that nothing they have to offer is of merit, but I prefer to get my info from those not so firmly entrenched in one end of a false dichotomy.
Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.
Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!