…and how GMOs could be ‘bio-weapons’
Are you eating America’s left-over chemical warfare to be used as agricultural poison on our food supply?
“Between 1962 and 1971, US military forces sprayed millions of gallons of herbicides over South Vietnam. Agent Orange accounted for much of the total sprayed.” ~ NAS Press Release, July 28, 1993.
The legacy of Agent Orange and Monsanto’s attempt to defoliate the hiding places of the Viet Cong is still apparent in modern Vietnam, but how those chemicals are being used now, in the aftermath of war, should be even more chilling to the observant individual. Continue reading
Paleo. Mediterranean. 80/10/10. Raw, vegan, gluten-free. With so many different diet options out there, figuring out which one is best for you can be overwhelming.
Proponents of each diet will say that their nutritional program is the very best one, but the reality is that everyone’s body is unique and that no single diet could possibly be a perfect fit for everyone.
The ideal diet for you is one that eliminates foods to which you have a sensitivity or allergy, and also includes a range of nutritious foods that suit your tastes, lifestyle and health needs. By figuring out which foods you should avoid and which ones to keep, you’ll be able to create a personalized program that will be a sustainable lifestyle instead of a passing fad. Continue reading
The 57-year-old, from Alabama, was hospitalized feeling shaky, with tingling and numbness in his right arm and leg.
A CT scan revealed he had suffered a small but life-threatening brain hemorrhage.
Surgeons at the University of Alabama at Birmingham stroke center managed to treat the unidentified man’s symptoms, however, he continued to report tingling, numbness, and shakiness months after his attack, according to the report published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine. Continue reading
Study finds first ever link between the disease and gut microbes
Scientists have found the first ever conclusive link between gut microbes and the development of Parkinson’s-like movement disorders in mice. File image of Parkinson’s in the brain
Parkinson’s disease may start in the gut, groundbreaking new research suggests.
Scientists have found the first ever conclusive link between gut microbes and the development of Parkinson’s-like movement disorders in mice. They managed to alleviate the symptoms using antibiotic treatment.
The discovery, published today in the journal Cell, could overhaul medical research and treatment of Parkinson’s. Continue reading
One of the most important organs in the body is the liver, and when it’s working as it should, it cleans the blood of toxins, aids in the digestion of food and helps fight off infection. In addition, the liver has the ability to regenerate when it has been damaged, as in trauma, replacing old tissue with new. Continue reading
Did you know that there are over 700 different strains of bacteria that could potentially call your mouth their home? Thankfully, the average person only houses around 50 to 75 of them and only a few of these strains would be considered “bad.” The overabundance of those harmful bacteria can do more than harm your teeth and gums.
In fact, several research studies conducted over the last decade have made the connection between periodontal disease (periodontitis and chronic inflammatory gum disease are other names it goes by) and specific kinds of cancer, including Breast Cancer.
… without Surgery, Chemotherapy, or Radiation
A book with over 50 years of planning for 33,000 patients and developing the scientific paradigm for the proper cure and treatment of cancer – and so much more.
“In our time there will never be a cure for heart disease or for cancer because there’s just too much money in it for the elite. Between the AMA, the hospitals, pharmaceutical and drug manufacturers, the money wheel never stops turning – and those who suffer needlessly are bankrupted.” – Dr. William D. Kelley
In this updated and greatly expanded book, Dr. William D. Kelley teaches that, not only is there a recognized cure for cancer – but that cancer is preventable! Continue reading
The terms alkalinity and acidity will be familiar to everyone who has taken a high school chemistry class. Now this concept is being applied to the human diet, and it’s shedding some light on the right foods to eat if you want to avoid health problems and keep your body in balance. Continue reading
Nutritionist reveals how the cooking method can destroy the health benefits of your five-a-day
Boiling vegetables could be eradicating up to 50 per cent of the vegetable’s nutrients, according to nutritionist Tracy Lesht
As hard as we try, it can be difficult to eat your five-a-day, everyday – but even if you do achieve this goal, your diet is probably still not as healthy as it could be.
And that’s all down to the way many of us cook our veggies – which can ruin the health benefits that are otherwise contained in our favourite superfoods. So if you’re boiling your vegetables, stop at once. Continue reading
By testing tumors, researchers hoped to identify women who could avoid chemotherapy without increasing their risk of a cancer recurrence. ~ Voisin/Phanie/Science Source
A major study about the best way to treat early-stage breast cancer reveals that “precision medicine” doesn’t provide unambiguous answers about how to choose the best therapy.
“Precision doesn’t mean certainty,” says David Hunter, a professor of cancer prevention at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
That point is illustrated in a large study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, involving decisions about chemotherapy.
As is true for many cancers, breast cancer responds best to treatment when it is caught early, before it has spread throughout the body. Dr. Fatima Cardoso, the study’s lead author and a breast cancer specialist at the Champalimaud Clinical Center in Lisbon, Portugal, says that creates a conundrum for doctors and patients alike. Continue reading
Eating carrots, kale and sweet potatoes could prevent dementia in older adults, new research suggests.
Consuming the compounds that give plants and vegetables their vibrant colours can bolster brain functioning in older adults.
Those who had lower levels of carotenoids in their system had to rely on more brain power to complete memory-orientated tasks, scientists found. The powerful compounds can be found in a range of colourful vegetables and are known to improve cognitive ability. Continue reading
Largely due to Monsanto’s efforts to hide the truth from the public regarding the dangers of glyphosate, many people have no idea of the real extent of the threat posed by what has become the most widely used herbicide in the world – nor do most realize how widespread its use has become within the United States.
Glyphosate – the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide – is a particularly toxic substance that causes a range of health problems in humans, including cancer, autism, birth defects and at least a dozen other serious illnesses. Continue reading
How Apple, Ginger and Lemon Can Flush Pounds of Toxins From Your Body
Many people suffer from chronic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut and other issues with the digestive system. Because the colon has an important job of eliminating waste, it’s critical that you keep it running smoothly.
Fortunately, there are things you can do to help alleviate discomfort associated with toxins and digestion issues in the body, such as a homemade colon cleanse. I have shared details about why a colon cleanse is important, but what’s great is that you don’t need to see a doctor about it — and can make your own colon cleanser right at home. Continue reading
The Test Removes Your Thyroid Whether it is Cancerous or Not
Suppose you went to a doctor for low energy and a raspy throat. You vaguely suspect your thyroid is weak, maybe hypothyroidism. But after a series of tests, tiny nodules were found on your throat and the doctor determined you needed to have your thyroid removed, a thyroidectomy, to determine whether or not the nodules are cancerous.
Then you are told not to worry, there are medicines that will be prescribed to replace the missing thyroid’s hormone production. You would have to take them for the rest of your life. You figure anything is better than dying from cancer spreading from the thyroid to elsewhere or undergoing chemotherapy, so you go for it. Nipping it in the bud, they say. Continue reading
More veterans may be included in compensation
Monsanto and Dow were 2 of the 9 wartime contractors hired by the US government to create Agent Orange, a combination of the toxic chemicals 2,4-D, and 2,4,5-T, just over 40 years ago. The damage these chemicals have perpetrated on our health and environment did not end with the Vietnam War though.
Aside from the long-term poisoning of soil and crops, a new review of Agent Orange research has found evidence that bladder cancer and hypothyroidism are more strongly linked to exposure to Agent Orange than was previously assumed. Continue reading
…and could be spotted 10 YEARS before memory loss symptoms
A fading sense of smell could be the first sign of Alzheimer’s, a new report warns.
A study of 183 patients at Massachusetts General Hospital found those with early signs of the disease were far less likely to be able to identify or easily recall smells.
It is the latest, and most conclusive, evidence to date that memory loss is not the first sign of Alzheimer’s. Continue reading
More than 28,000 people in New York and more than 70,000 people in Philadelphia ‘exposed to cancerous toxins in drinking water’
A man gets a blood test in Newburgh, New York, after it emerged the city’s drinking water has dangerously high levels of a cancerous toxin, potentially affecting 28,000 people
Blood tests have been ordered for the entire population of a New York town amid fears toxins have infected the drinking water supply.
More than 28,000 people in Newburgh are feared exposed to the chemical perfluorooctane sulfonate (or, PFOS), which has been linked to cancer.
It comes just days after lawsuits were filed in two Pennsylvania counties where 70,000 people were exposed to the same substance.
The incidences ominous echo the lead-infection scandal in Flint, Michigan’s water supply, which is still ongoing after two years. Continue reading
Dr. Andrew Wakefield
After decades of passionate debate, parents probably missed the repeated admissions by drug companies and governments alike that vaccines do in fact cause autism.
For concerned parents seeking the truth, it’s worth remembering that the exact same people who own the world’s drug companies also own America’s news outlets. Finding propaganda-free information has been difficult, until now. Continue reading
For more than half a century, the conventional wisdom among nutritionists and public health officials was that fat is dietary enemy No. 1 — the leading cause of obesity and heart disease.
It appears the wisdom was off.
And not just off. Almost entirely backward. Continue reading
How do you take one of the most unreliable tests out there – a mammogram — and make it even worse?
Just ask any woman who’s received a letter after having one, saying that they have “dense breast tissue” and need to contact their doctor right away.
Now, a new so-called study (one done by calling names picked out of the phone book!), concludes that women who have this very common – and perfectly normal condition — need even more mammograms. Continue reading
Pre-diabetes may be reversible with daily magnesium levels are where they should be
Yes it’s true. Everyone with diabetes has a magnesium deficiency. There is more understood today about the relationship between magnesium and diabetes than ever before – and it is leading healthcare professionals to state: If you think there may be diabetes in your future, now’s the time to make sure you are getting the magnesium your body needs on a daily basis. Because the risk factors for diabetes, are also the risk factors for heart disease. The risk factors are so similar, clinicians and healthcare professionals refer to this group of risk factors as: Metabolic Syndrome. For a short time, it was known as Syndrome X, but it is simply this: The factors when found together, increase the risk of Coronary Artery Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes. Magnesium has a major role to play in each of these conditions, and all risk factors when present, suggest a deficiency in magnesium. Continue reading
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Everyone knows that wireless “smart” meters communicate via microwaves. What was unknown until now is that additional frequencies are transmitted in the 2 to 50 kilohertz range. Numerous studies have shown repeatedly that those very same frequencies disrupt the human nervous system. Indeed, “nerve block” is the phrase used in the studies to describe what occurs.
The studies are not controversial. In others words, there are no studies that show otherwise. Nerve block induced by frequencies in the 2 to 50 kilohertz range is an established fact. The studies that show this nerve block are all from reputable sources including the epitome of “establishment” science when it comes to electricity, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Continue reading
We often hear the terms immunity, the immune system and immune response thrown around when discussing the topic of vaccination.
But do we really understand how the immune system is designed, its mechanism and the impact of vaccination on its overall function? Immunology is a vast and complex field of study, however, it is important to understand the basics of immune system function especially when considering vaccination. Continue reading
The International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA), an international body has been established whose members are restricting access to Natural Health Products around the globe.
In America we take great pride in our freedoms, including the freedom to eat what we wish and treat our bodies as we see fit, and not by the rules or restrictions set by an overreaching government. But never before in our history have these freedoms we cherish so much been in such jeopardy! Continue reading
Lung cancer, which kills almost 160,000 Americans a year, is among the cruelest of foes. Most patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage and after punishing chemotherapy still have a bleak prognosis. More than half die within a year.
Bit by bit, though, scientists are making progress against the nation’s biggest cancer killer. Years ago, they began approaching lung cancer as many different diseases rather than a single one. The 15 percent of patients with certain high-risk mutations, for example, today get “targeted” medications that work better than chemo. Continue reading
On your Healthy Breast journey, you are probably seeing a naturopath, taking supplements and following a healing diet. And you may also be utilizing the expertise of an acupuncturist, a nutritionist, a life coach, a conventional oncologist …or all of the above! Let’s face it: it takes courage and commitment to be truly empowered about your health.
Eating oily fish once a week may help bowel cancer patients significantly boost their chance of survival, research suggests.
The omega-3 fatty acids in sardines, salmon and trout are thought to suppress tumour growth and curb blood supply to cancer cells. Continue reading