General Health

Do Cholesterol Drugs Have Men By Their Gonads?

Cholesterol-lowering agents in the statin drug class have long been linked with erectile dysfunction and low testosterone — effects that compromise more than just a man’s general sense of well-being and physical health, but his ego as well. Now, a study on statins and male fertility has found for the first time that this cholesterol-lowering ...Read More »

This Is What Constipation Does To Your Body

Constipation can be incredibly painful; however, it can also take a big toll on the body. Fortunately, there is a 100% natural solution to constipation. Big pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know that some of the artificial medication for constipation significantly reduce the effectiveness of the intestines. As a result, some people report that ...Read More »

Vegan Custard Stuffed Pumpkin Recipe

This vegan custard recipe was inspired by the Cambodian recipe for sangkya, also known as songkya. Traditional sangkya is an eggy custard with a strong coconut flavor. Most recipes call for quite a bit of sugar, so this recipe is a loosely adapted interpretation of the original. It’s much healthier, completely vegan, and is a ...Read More »

These Blockbuster Drugs Destroy Heart Benefits Of Fish Oil

Millions take these blockbuster drugs for ‘heart protection,’ and yet they are actually killing the well established heart protective properties of fish oil. The published literature on the cardiovascular health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids is increasingly contradictory, with multiple studies in the past demonstrating their significant cardioprotective properties, but with newer trials revealing far ...Read More »

Mothers’ Diets Have Biggest Influence On Children Eating Healthy, Study Suggests

Every once in a great while, a perfect child is born. One who never cries, sleeps all night, and gladly eats whatever food you choose to put in front of them. But unfortunately for most of us with children, developing lifestyle habits, such as a healthy appreciation for nutritious fruits and vegetables, usually requires years ...Read More »

What You Need To Know About Expired Prescription Drugs

The topic of using expired prescription drugs comes up frequently in survival and preparedness circles.  Although there are many articles detailing with the efficacy of outdated meds, one question I get over and over again is “what do I do when the meds run out?” Whereas there is no single clear answer, one thing we can ...Read More »

7 Ways Probiotics DETOXIFY Your Body

You’ve probably heard the buzz already about the many health benefits of probiotics, a word which literally translates to: pro- “for” + biotics “life” — FOR LIFE.  But did you know that these remarkable commensal microorganisms, which outnumber our bodily cells 10 to 1, and contribute over 95% of our body’s total genetic information, also ...Read More »

15 Foods That Contain The Most Vitamin E

What is Vitamin E? Vitamin E is an important fat-soluble antioxidant compound that aids the body in neutralizing the harmful after-effects of oxidation of fats. Current research is even looking into the important role that this vitamin plays in stopping free-radical production, a key method of preventing the development of chronic diseases and aging. It ...Read More »

Pro-Life AND Pro-Vaccine?

Half of the U.S. adult population is simultaneously both against abortion and for a vaccine schedule that uses induced abortion derived fetal cells. How can such an extreme form of moral hypocrisy be maintained by millions without virtually any discussion?   It is an extremely cognitively dissonant fact that at least half of Americans polled consider ...Read More »

Did Obama Just Admit Obamacare Is Failing?

Did Obama just admit that Obamacare is failing? Because it really sounded a lot like Obama admitted that his pet project was an abject catastrophe. An interesting report on ABC News this morning sure points in that direction, unless I am very much mistaken.  The soon-to-be-former President backtracked on the accessibility and effectiveness of Obamacare. ...Read More »

Anti-Vaccination Nurses In Australia Will Now Face Prosecution

By: Alexa Erickson, Collective-Evolution | Vaccinations have long been a controversial talking point. We are told that in order to achieve and maintain good health, we must get vaccinated, but not everyone accepts this view. In fact, many nurses and midwives, for instance, choose to promote anti-vaccination on social media or in person, saying vaccines are ...Read More »

Is Goat Milk Better Than Cow Milk? Plus A List Of Health Benefits

While cow’s milk remains one of America’s most common daily drinks, it is interesting to note that it may also be the reason why many Americans experience gas, bloating and other forms of indigestion. When the average cow is given growth hormones, antibiotics, GMO feed, vaccinations and exposed to toxic conditions, it is no wonder ...Read More »

Gardening At Home Linked To Increased Veggie Consumption

Scientific research confirms that gardening may be linked to higher rates of vegetable eating in older populations of adults. According to a report from Texas A&M University and Texas State University, older populations of adults who garden are more likely to eat vegetables than their non-gardening counterparts. This study, published in Hort Technology, surveyed adults ...Read More »

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 »

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