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How to Optimize the Immune System Naturally

Posted October 31, 2014
The answer to removing all disease processes comes from properly feeding and stimulating the immune system. Read more.

Four Herbs That Lower Blood Pressure

Posted October 29, 2014
These herbs not only add flavor to meals, they also help reduce blood pressure.  Read more.

8 Reasons to Drink Water

Posted October 20, 2014
In the summertime when you get hot, sweaty and sticky, it is quite natural to reach for a nice, cool glass of water to quench your thirst.  In the Fall and Winter, however, it is easy to forget to drink an adequate amount of water to stay hydrated.  Read more. 

Organic Consumers Condemns EPA Approval of Dow Enlist Duo Herbicide

Posted October 20, 2014
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued final approval today, over the objections of more than a half-million citizens, of Dow AgroSciences Enlist Duo, an herbicide made from a combination of 2,4-D (one of the active ingredients in Agent Orange) and glyphosate (the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide). The herbicide is approved for use on the Dow Enlist-brand genetically engineered corn and soy crops, recently approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).  Read more. 

Big Win! Monsanto Reports $156 Million Loss in Q4 as Farmers Abandon GM Crops

Posted October 20, 2014
Are you invested in Monsanto stock like Bill Gates, who owns hundreds of thousand of Monsanto shares worth about $23 million? It might be time to pull out since the company just reported over $156 million in losses for the fourth quarter.  Read more. 

Professor: Aluminum in Food, Cosmetics and Medicine Is Poisoning Our Brains And Causing Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted October 20, 2014
Aluminum builds up in the brain, eventually causing contamination that may cause Alzheimer’s disease, Professor Christopher Exley, of Keele University has argued.  The metal compound is found in most processed foods, tea, wine, fizzy drinks, cosmetics, vaccines and drugs like aspirin.  Read more.

Will There be an Ebola Outbreak in America?

Posted October 20, 2014
In the Digital Age, infectious disease outbreaks like Ebola 1 are brought into our lives through our smart phones, tablets and laptops and we can easily access and quickly analyze the information we receive. As Americans get smarter and more savvy about how to sort through the kind of fear-based rhetoric that sells newspapers, we are able to better assess exactly what is going on with Ebola 2 3 in Africa and the U.S. and ask good questions about what we are seeing.  Read more.

Ebola Virus Epidemic: Planned in Advance; Release of Aerosolized Virus and Deaths Would Frighten Americans to Demand Use of Unproven Vaccines and Drugs

Posted October 20, 2014
There is no ethical way to conduct a study of anti-Ebola virus vaccines and drugs in humans.  You can’t intentionally inject individuals with a deadly virus and then give an inactive placebo pill to half of those who agree to participate as they do in most controlled human clinical studies.  [Guardian UK Oct 10, 2014]  An article published in Scientific American asked: “How do you test a human Ebola vaccine that works?”  The answer: “You don’t.” [Scientific AmericanSept 17, 2004]  Read more.

10 Influenza Vaccine Dangers Revealed

Posted October 20, 2014
The U.S. government heavily campaigns that everyone should receive the flu shot, each year, without meriting the immune-enhancing benefits of preventive wellness measures such as clinical nutrition and nutraceutical protocols. With little data to support its short or long term safety, many concerned advocates choose to forego this annual “warning” for a more natural, proactive lifestyle approach. And, just in case you need some proof, even medical doctors warn us to think twice about current vaccination policies: Read more. 

Read this Before you Pop Another Big Pharma Antibiotics

Posted October 20, 2014
A study published by Mayo Clinic found that almost 70% of Americans are on at least one pharmaceutical; antibiotics top the list, followed by antidepressants, and opioid pain killers. This is a problem in of itself, as it the United States has transformed into a pill-popping, medication-dependent nation. What’s worse is that antibiotics in particular are doled out in copious, unnecessary amounts, so much so that bacteria are developing major resistance to this conventional treatment. This is now a potential danger of antibiotics, and a serious grand-scale side effect of antibiotic use.  Read more.

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