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Orotates And Mineral Transporters

Whenever anyone asks me what’s the best way to take mineral supplements, I often give an answer they don’t expect, “Orotates!” The blank looks I usually get tell me that further explanation is necessary. A few years ago, Ed Sharpe wrote a long and thorough report about orotates and their benefits. I want to give ...Read More »

FAIL: Merck's Statin Drug Found No Better Than Coconut Water

In a 2008 study published in the journal Food Chemistry & Toxicology titled, “Comparative evaluation of the hypolipidemic effects of coconut water and lovastatin in rats fed fat-cholesterol enriched diet,”1 the beverage coconut water was found as effective as a popular cholesterol-lowering drug in positively modulating blood lipid levels in rats. The conclusion of the ...Read More »

5 Tips To Help You Restore And Maintain Your Gut Health

Bacteria in your gut might sound like a bad thing but, actually, your gut uses bacteria to process food into energy.[1] We call these helpful bacteria probiotics. Most people have heard the term in yogurt ads, but that’s about it. What are probiotics and what do they mean to your body? It all starts in ...Read More »

An Herb For Thought: Parsley

PARSLEY Family Name: UmbelliferaeBotanical Name(s): Carum PetroselinumPopular Name(s): Parsley, Garden Parsley, Rock Parsley and Common ParsleyParts Used: Root, SeedsHabitat: Parsley is native to the Eastern Mediterranean.Description: Parsley is a short-lived perennial with bright green leaves. Tiny, yellow-green flowers are produced, followed by small ribbed and oval seeds.Uses: The fresh herb is a rich source of vitamin C. It is said to inhibit ...Read More »

Coffee: Drug, Medicine Or Sacrament?

It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity. ~ David Barry Coffee is a drug, we know that. Some of us in fact revel in its addictive properties, as it ...Read More »

This Is Why Breast Milk Is Irreplaceable

(The Real Agenda) At first glance, breast milk may seem like any other food, especially nutritious, perhaps, or better adapted to the needs of the baby, but little else. However, this perception is wrong. Over millions of years of evolution, breast milk has been refined to also become a staple food. It is the way ...Read More »

Millions Fall Prey To This Deadly Breast Cancer Myth

Millions of asymptomatic women undergo breast screening annually because their doctors tell them to do so. Not only are these women’s presumably healthy breasts being exposed to highly carcinogenic x-rays, but thousands have received a diagnosis of ‘breast cancer’ for entirely benign lesions that when left untreated would have caused no harm to them whatsoever. ...Read More »

Effects Of A Poor Appetite

Poor appetite can be an indication of bowel disorders. Many people don’t necessarily link the two in their minds, but it’s true. Diarrhea from sensitivity to certain foods Nausea and vomiting make eating a repellant idea Constipation can make you feel full Indigestion makes eating difficult Cancer Ulcers Stress Depression Lack of sleep In most ...Read More »

They Told Us Coconut Water Was Healthy But Left Out Something Important

By: Nick Meyer, AltHealthWorks | When I first started getting into the world of organic “superfoods,” I was a broke 23-year-old kid fresh out of college who had no idea where to start. It all began after reading the classic book The Hundred Year Lie about chemicals in our food supply and continued when I ...Read More »

'Oops... It Wasn't Cancer After All,' Admits The National Cancer Institute/JAMA

After decades of wrongful cancer diagnoses and treatments, and millions harmed, the National Cancer Institute and high gravitas journals like JAMA finally admit they were wrong all along.  Back in 2012, The National Cancer Institute convened an expert panel to evaluate the problem of cancer’s misclassification and subsequent overdiagnosis and overtreatment, determining that millions may have ...Read More »

Virus Fakery: My Conversation With A White House Insider And Another Conversation With A Virologist

By: Jon Rappoport | (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) There are a number of cases in which a virus is said to be the cause of a disease—but the evidence doesn’t stand up. I first realized this in 1987. I was writing my book, AIDS INC., Scandal of the Century. ...Read More »

10 Food Additives You Should Avoid

What food additives are in your daily diet and should you be rethinking eating foods that contain them? When it comes to food additives they are generally anything but natural in both their make up as well as why they are used. Food additives are usually added to help with processing, packaging and preserving foods. ...Read More »

11 Facts About Oxygen You Probably Didn’t Know

Do we take oxygen for granted? I think most of us realize that oxygen is critical for life, but we hardly ever think about it.[1] You probably know more details about the love life of the latest celebrity couple than the element that we cannot live without. Today, we’ll look at 11 facts about oxygen ...Read More »

Vegetarian Diets Linked to Genetic Mutation That Causes Cancer

By: Joshua Krause, Ready Nutrition | The debate between meat eaters and vegetarians has been raging for years. One side has often claimed that the human body never evolved to eat meat. The other side points out that some nutrients are nearly impossible to obtain without a meaty diet. Truth be told there can be ...Read More »

Zika Virus Psyop Back In The News- CDC Now Claims "Scarier Than We Initially Thought"

Have you forgotten about the Zika virus “microcephaly” scare from January-February 2016? If so then that’s a problem according to the ruling elite and those pushing for globalized medical tyranny. You are not supposed to forget that you are supposed to be afraid. So on cue lest you forget, the CDC is rolling out the ...Read More »

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