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The Food and Drug Administration, under public pressure to start testing samples of U.S. food for the presence of a pesticide that has been linked to cancer, has some early findings that are not so sweet.
In examining honey samples from various locations in the United States, the FDA has found fresh evidence that residues of the weed killer called glyphosate can be pervasive – found even in a food that is not produced with the use of glyphosate. All of the samples the FDA tested in a recent examination contained glyphosate residues, and some of the honey showed residue levels double the limit allowed in the European Union, according to documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. There is no legal tolerance level for glyphosate in honey in the United States. Continue reading
They are still gambling with our lives!
But FDA Wants to Restrict Them Anyway
This is according to the most recent data. But the FDA’s tightening of supplement regulations is for our safety, right?
Every year, the American Association of Poison Control Center’s National Poison Data System (NPDS) releases an annual report that tracks deaths and serious adverse events as a result of poisoning from a wide variety of substances, including drugs and supplements. NPDS is “the only comprehensive, near real-time, poisoning surveillance database in the United States.” Continue reading
Puppets, hucksters, charlatans, shills, posers, quacks, sellouts and outright propagandists – whatever you choose to call them is just fine, because what they do for money, notoriety and power, is utterly disgusting, unethical and fraudulent.
So, whether you are paranoid about infectious diseases, or you’re brain-damaged by mass repetitive immunizations, these 9 shills are out to convince whoever is paying attention to their propaganda that you must get 50 vaccinations by age 7; all adults need a flu shot every year, including pregnant women; and all humans must comply 100 percent of the time, or face the consequences of the government-led, chemical medicine industrial complex. Continue reading
When the average person makes the decision to add a nutritional supplement to their diet, a multivitamin is likely to be the first choice. That’s because to most people it feels like “taking out insurance” on their health.
In fact, multivitamin supplements are regularly used by one-third of all American adults and are the most common dietary supplement consumed in the U.S. today. Traditionally, a daily multivitamin is meant to avoid nutritional deficiency. The specific combination of vitamins and minerals is designed to resemble healthy dietary patterns, especially that of regular fruit and vegetable consumption. Continue reading
Many aspects of the GOP’s newly proposed A Better Way healthcare plan would improve the health system. But “A Better Way” seems to mean “Much of the Same” when dealing with Food and Drug Administration regulation. Continue reading
Energy companies are billing them as the “green” solution to traditional meters. But are so-called “smart” meters really all that smart? And, more importantly, are they really as safe as we’re all being told they are? Continue reading
~ Editor’s NOTE ~
For the past 16 years, we have tried desperately to keep “politics” out of and off of Dr. Kelley’s website – however it appears that over the years and the decades – politics has injected itself into every aspect of our lives – most specifically into the world of OUR health and well-being. What follows is another example – in this case – short-changing the American grower (of healthy food) in order to keep others into our pockets. What is the reliability of the food we are importing? How healthy is it? How much has Monsanto stuck their filthy hands all over? Read on… ~ J.B.
Uncle Sam is forcing American farmers to dump thousands of pounds of the nation’s tart cherry crop on the ground this year, and one particular farmer wants everyone to know about it… Continue reading
In a gross display of wasted taxpayer dollars, dozens of Massachusetts National Guard personnel, operating under a grant from the DEA, alongside Massachusetts State Police, descended into the backyard of an 81-year-old cancer patient in a raid last week — to protect society from the dangers of his four marijuana plants. Continue reading
21 plaintiffs unite cancer cases against Monsanto as EPA forms panel to review glyphosate
Cancer lawsuits against Monsanto over the company’s glyphosate-based weedkiller, Roundup, are gaining steam. On Wednesday, a motion was filed with the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to create… (Continue to full article)
Progressives cozy up to Big Pharma lobbyists at DNC, betraying promise to tackle drug price hikes
As if all the hypocrisy and corruption involving Hillary Clinton’s treasonous email scandal and Bernie Sanders’ selling out to the very system he preached against wasn’t bad enough, the Democratic Party reportedly welcomed with open arms lobbyists from the pharmaceutical… (Continue to full article)
Natural bacteria, fungi found in plants boost crop yields without pesticides
Genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) could soon go the way of the dodo bird, thanks to an emerging new crop management technology that capitalizes on natural plant and soil microbes, rather than harsh chemicals and foreign genes, to combat pests and boost crop yields… (Continue to full article)
New Yorkers pressure utility industry for smart meter alternative, citing health and safety concerns
Citizens of New York State are demanding that utility companies provide an alternative to “smart meters,” due to increasing concerns over safety and health. Digital utility (DU) meters, commonly known as smart meters, have been linked to a number of serious health… (Continue to full article)
Would Americans be healthier if all doctors were required to learn about nutrition?
In the early 1900s, the American Medical Association removed virtually all nutrition classes from the medical colleges, so that every student of medicine, from there on out, would be focused on but one mode of treating patients: prescription, patented chemicals that… (Continue to full article)
Importance of Diagnosing Stress
The vast majority of people constantly live in a state of permanent stress without thinking, without even feeling it directly, so they have no idea what dangers their stress threatens… (Continue to full article)
The Healthiest Coffee in the World
There was a time when the only news about coffee and health was how it was bad for the heart, likely to give us ulcers and aggravate our nerves, but now this highly popular beverage is… (Continue to full article)
7 Ailments Baking Soda Can Cure
Beside being a cleaning tool, baking soda can also be used to treat and potentially cure physical ailments while also improving various functions within the body. Here in this article are 7 ways that baking soda can be used as a natural remedy… (Continue to full article)
The Vaccine Injured are Americans… and So are Their Parents
I am the mother of a vaccine injured daughter, now 20 years old. Sometimes — sometimes — things you trust, things that are part of the fabric of America—they betray you in the cruelest fashion. They harm. They wound
… (Continue to full article)
Gardasil Devastation is NO Coincidence
Fifteen-year-old Caitlin Grace is my hero. Once a green belt in karate, walking over 10 miles per day, she is now physically debilitated from a vaccine that was supposed to prevent her from getting cancer. This is her story… (Continue to full article)
8 Cancer-Causing Foods You Should NEVER Eat!
We all know of one or two people who, despite doing all the right things and being incredibly healthy, still wound up with cancer. Thankfully, such cases are far from normal, accounting for as little as 10% of all cancer diagnoses. The other 90%? Failure to make healthy lifestyle choices gets the blame for their cancer… (Continue to full article)
What Makes People Choose Hedonistic Foods Over Healthful Ones
When hunger strikes, we often eat with our eyes and it creates a fine line between eating those foods which we consider pleasurable or healthy. This then often forms the connection between the mind and the mouth dictating our health and weight… (Continue to full article)
Alcohol Causes 7 Types of Cancer While Marijuana Prevents Them
Put down that drink and grab some weed. There is strong evidence that alcohol causes at least seven types of cancer, while cannabis prevents them…. (Continue to full article)
And that’s embarrassing…
Food tastes better than Soylent. On that, there is universal agreement. Bland in flavor but audacious in concept, everything else about the beige food replacement is fiercely contested. Foodies decry the decline of experiential eating, cultural critics bemoan the loss of communal mealtimes, and others warn of techno-hubris. There have also been questions about Soylent’s nutritional content, and yet, the company’s proprietary mix is almost certainly an improvement on the average North American diet. Continue reading
How Much Did Your Senator Go For?
Before packing up and heading home for the long, holiday weekend, our senators held a vote to stab the American people in the back. It’s not enough that the movement was rocked with the recent, explosive news of the Organic Traitors betrayal (read more about that here), but our representation has decided Monsanto’s blood money matters more than the demands of over 90% of this country calling for clear and concise, on-package labeling, not QR codes.
The Stabenow/Roberts bill is appalling. Dennis Kucinich, former U.S. Representative and tireless advocate for GMO labeling, summed it up perfectly with his statement on the ridiculous “compromise” bill.
“The U.S. Senate, through the munificent campaign contributions of the chemical and biotech industry, has brought forth a new anti-labeling bill aimed at squashing Vermont’s GMO labeling initiative…It’s not a labeling bill. There is no requirement for labeling in the bill. It is not mandatory. All provisions of the bill are optional.”
68 “yeas” and 29 “nays” later, and we are one step closer to the death of the labeling fight.
How did your senator vote on the Stabenow/Roberts bill? More importantly, how much were they paid to vote the way they did? Continue reading
Editor’s NOTE: What follows are a series of headlines, synopsis and links to a series of articles regarding the poisonous nature of that which we are expected to ‘eat.’ Notice that there is only reference to GMO – Genetically Modified Organisms – NOT Genetically Modified FOODS. It’s all designed to confuse the mind. Just because you fill your belly does not mean that you are feeding your body of the necessary nutritional foods that have been provided by nature and real farmers for years.
Bon Appétit my friends. ~ J.B.
Whole Foods goes ROGUE… partners with Monsanto to kill GMO labeling across America and replace with fake labeling deception
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Whole Foods was just caught blatantly LYING about everything covered in this article. CEO Walter Robb has been captured on video admitting total support for Monsanto-engineered GMO fake labeling law that kills Vermont GMO labeling bill. Whole Foods… (Continue to full article)
Victory! Judge closes industry loophole, barring pesticides from compost used in organic food production
In a victory for organic consumers, a federal judge has tossed out a rule change by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that permitted the use of compost containing synthetic pesticides in growing organic foods. “The court’s decision upholds the integrity of… (Continue to full article)
Conventional corn and soybean farmer says consumers have right to know if food contains cancer-causing GMOs
Sometimes it takes an average person with direct experience of a situation to put things in perspective in such a way that anyone can understand – without a lot of industry jargon or double-talk – by simply speaking the truth in plain, commonsense terms. Such… (Continue to full article)
London grocery stores prepare to sell Fukushima rice despite health concerns over radiated food
Rice grown in the zone surrounding the still-radioactive Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant will now be sold in London grocery stores, the European Union (EU) announced in late June. In March 2011, the Fukushima plant suffered multiple meltdowns after being struck… (Continue to full article)
Midwestern farmer warns: GMOs have drained BILLIONS of dollars from rural economies while monopolizing agriculture
George Naylor, a farmer and board member of the Center for Food Safety and the Non-GMO Project, has cultivated corn and soybeans on his family farm near Churdan, Iowa, since 1976. Like many others, George made the decision never to raise genetically modified (GM) crops… (Continue to full article)
War is the right word meaning they are killing more patients each year than any war. Over the last ten years, the numbers add up to a minimum of 3.5 million dead and that is only if you count the way doctors count. If you count the way I count, by including doctor ignorance of what can prevent death, like magnesium does in heart disease, the numbers would be millions higher. Continue reading
HPV vaccines can cause severe adverse effects on recipients
A woman decided to sue the Irish government to compel it to withdraw the license for Gardasil, Merck’s HPV vaccine, after her daughter allegedly suffered from “horrendous adverse effects,” following the latter’s vaccination under the Irish school vaccination program. Continue reading
A billion-dollar system in which charitable giving is profitable.
In August 2015, Turing Pharmaceuticals and its then-chief executive, Martin Shkreli, purchased a drug called Daraprim and immediately raised its price more than 5,000 percent. Within days, Turing contacted Patient Services Inc., or PSI, a charity that helps people meet the insurance copayments on costly drugs. Turing wanted PSI to create a fund for patients with toxoplasmosis, a parasitic infection that is most often treated with Daraprim.
Having just made Daraprim much more costly, Turing was now offering to make it more affordable. Continue reading
From the campaign trail to the halls of Congress, drugmakers have spent much of the last year enduring withering criticism over the rising cost of drugs.
It does not seem to be working.
In April alone, Johnson & Johnson raised its prices on several top-selling products, including the leukemia drug Imbruvica, the diabetes treatment Invokana, and Xarelto, an anti-clotting drug, according to a research note published last week by an analyst for Leerink, an investment bank. Other major companies that have raised prices this year include Amgen, Gilead and Celgene, the analyst reported. Continue reading
Johnson & Johnson is being sued by more than 1,000 women who developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s Baby Powder product. The lawsuit is based on the assertion that the company knew their product was associated with an increased cancer risk but deliberately withheld that information from the public. Continue reading
Major pharmaceutical companies have been feeling intense political heat in the past year over skyrocketing drug prices, with some lawmakers and politicians threatening congressional or administrative action to rein in those costs. Continue reading
It happens more often than you can imagine, but more Doctors are finally getting caught in the act of misrepresenting their oath and fraudulently diagnosing healthy patients with cancer to turn a quick buck from kickbacks on chemotherapy poisons. Continue reading