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GMO Insulin Causes Type 1 Diabetes In Type 2 Diabetics, Study Finds

A groundbreaking new study finds synthetic (GMO) insulin is capable of rapidly producing type 1 diabetes in type 2 diabetics. We reported on the dangers of insulin therapy for type 2 diabetics, following the publication of a study comprised of almost 85,000 type 2 diabetic patients that found insulin monotherapy doubled their risk of all-cause ...Read More »

Could This Popular Pain-Killer Be Causing Celiac Disease?

A study published in the American Journal of Physiology reveals that a popular NSAID drug known as indomethacin may be triggering celiac disease in those who eat gluten-containing foods such as wheat. Titled, “Gliadin intake alters the small intestinal mucosa in indomethacin-treated HLA-DQ8 transgenic mice,” the animal study concluded that the protein gliadin (one of ...Read More »

Monsanto Tribunal: "Empowered Victims"

“You’ve empowered many victims that shall build on this Tribunal’s work in their local struggles.” – Olivier De Schutter, chair of the Monsanto Tribunal legal team and former UN special rapporteur on the right to food, October 17, 2016 One by one, they stepped up to the podium. Reading from documents they’d spent months, in ...Read More »

The Health Benefits Of Pectinase

Commonly found in many fruits such as bananas and apples, pectinase plays a key role not only in the digestive processes, but also, and perhaps more importantly, in total physical well-being and anti-aging. Pectin is a type of fiber that makes up the cell wall of many types of fruits and vegetables. It is composed ...Read More »

Curry Dilates Arteries With One Serving

Did you know that a single culinary serving of spices in the form of curry can dilate your arteries, preventing the cardiovascular harms associated with eating common foods? While spices are thought of mainly as culinary agents for the aesthetical enhancement of the flavor of food, they are also powerful medicinal agents, and in certain ...Read More »

An Herb For Thought: Passion Flower

PASSION FLOWER Family Name: PassifloraceaeBotanical Name(s): Passiflora IncarnataPopular Name(s): Maypops, Wild Passionflower and Apricot VineParts Used: Leaves and whole plantHabitat: The plant is native to North, Central, and South America.Description: Passionflower is a perennial climber with deeply lobed, finely toothed leaves, with fragrant lavender to white flowers appearing in summer. Edible fruits follow the flowers of passionflower. Uses: Passionflower is used internally to ...Read More »

Understanding The Alkaline Diet And Its Benefits

Proponents of the alkaline diet claim that eating certain foods influences the body’s acid-base homeostasis, or pH levels. It’s believed that encouraging a healthy, pH balanced environment within the body can produce favorable effects on one’s health.[1] It sounds like a good idea, and it is true that tissues and fluids must maintain a certain ...Read More »

Water Wars — Destroying The Essence Of Life (VIDEO)

Mark Twain once wrote, “The basin of the Mississippi is the body of the nation,” but even the mighty Mississippi is facing mounting environmental threats. The Mississippi River was named the second-most polluted waterway in the U.S. in 2012,1 but it still maintained swatches that were considered to be relatively pristine, particularly in the Upper ...Read More »

Mammography Is Harmful And Should Be Abandoned, Review Concludes

  “Mammography screening has been promoted to the public with three simple promises that all appear to be wrong: It saves lives and breasts by catching the cancers early.” “I believe that if screening had been a drug, it would have been withdrawn from the market long ago.” ~ Peter C Gøtzsche With Breast Cancer Awareness ...Read More »

Threats To Your Thyroid Function

Located just below the voice box, the thyroid gland is part of the endocrine system and has a significant influence on many of the body’s most essential processes. Regulation of growth, body temperature, metabolism, and physical development are all driven by the thyroid gland.[1] Normal thyroid function is dependent on a number of factors, including ...Read More »

Grapefruit Seeds Treat Antibiotic-Resistant UTIs

Antibiotic-resistant urinary tract infections are increasingly common, leaving many looking for natural alternatives. Grapefruit seed extract may be an effective treatment that is safe, affordable and easily accessible. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common nuisance, disproportionately afflicting women, most of who will have a UTI at some point in their lives. UTIs when left ...Read More »

Covering Up The Causes Of Breast Cancer Since 1985: AstraZeneca's BCAM

Did you know that AstraZeneca, manufacturer of two blockbuster breast cancer drugs (one of which is classified as a known human carcinogen), is behind Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Why is it, do you think, that during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) you never hear the word “carcinogen” mentioned, but are barraged a million times over by ...Read More »

Moisturizer: A Lifesaving (Yes, Really!) Stockpile Item That Most Preppers Forget

As preppers, we have all sorts of lists to help us remain organized and better prepared. We have lists of food supplies, lists of off-grid supplies,lists of non-food supplies, lists of medical supplies, and lists of books. We have first aid lists, water purifications lists, and personal hygiene lists. But there’s one prep that hardly ...Read More »

DIY Vegan Probiotic Yogurt Recipe With Floratrex™

Probiotics are one of the best ways to maintain gut health and yogurt is one source many people turn to. But, if you’re dairy-free, you might have trouble finding a store-bought probiotic yogurt that meets your needs. When you do manage to find one, vegan yogurt tends to be rather more expensive than dairy-based. So ...Read More »

Lactose Intolerant?

Lactase is an enzyme that hydrolyzes milk sugar (lactose) into its component parts, glucose and galactose, and assists in the digestion dairy products such as, ice cream, milk and cheese. Nutritionists estimate that 10-20% of the U.S. population is lactose intolerant, meaning they have an inability to break down lactose in many of the dairy ...Read More »

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