Monthly Archives: April 2012

For six bucks more

It won’t cost you much to try some vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 is Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P) – the active form of vitamin B6. In people with gluten sensitivity, impaired liver function and people with autism, the conversion of food sources to … Continue reading

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Sacrificing our virgin daughters

We know that HPV infections can be linked to cervical cancer, but we also know that most women under the age of 25 years will clear the HPV infection all by themselves. So why the big push for Gardisil vaccines? … Continue reading

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Blinding the third eye

The pineal gland deep within the brain secretes the hormone melatonin while regulating other hormones. Extensive research on this tiny gland and has shown that it is the primary target of fluoride accumulation in the body. Even though it is … Continue reading

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Smile awhile !

According to a Harvard article published in the journal Psychological Bulletin, smiling faces have less heart attacks. A positive attitude can produce a 50% reduced chance of a heart attack or stroke compared to the gloomies. I think we all … Continue reading

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Want some diabetes with that statin ?

Not an even trade-off: (NEJM)A meta-analysis of six statin trials that included 57,593 participants revealed a 13% increase in the relative risk of new-onset diabetes with statin drugs. In the JUPITER study involving 17,802 participants without diabetes, the hazard ratio … Continue reading

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Hospital die-ets

Ever eaten hospital food? It’s a wonder the visitors make it out alive let alone the sick. The difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist is that the dietitian has a budget to feed a group of people (like a … Continue reading

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New cure for depression

There’s a new cure out there for depression brought to you by Big Pharma. It is called death… Take Celexa – rewire your heart – BAM you’re dead! Yep, no more depression there. But don’t worry; the FDA (Further Delays … Continue reading

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Natural deodorant cheap

Natural deodorant: Baking soda is not just for baking or deodorizing the refrigerator. It’s great for use as non-toxic, all-natural health and beauty aids. Let’s talk about underarm deodorants that are laden with aluminum and chemicals. These products work by … Continue reading

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Modified stupidity

To make Genetically Modified food, scientists insert a gene from one organism into another to change the organism. Bt-toxins are now engineered into 60% of our crops to kill the bugs that eat the plants. The EPA “assures” us out-of-hand … Continue reading

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Who is accountable ?

You cannot trust government agencies… The CDC is guilty of misrepresenting state law regarding children’s vaccines in perpetuating the lie that they are required for school. In a recent back to school vaccine push, the California CDC said that proof … Continue reading

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Nutty health solutions

An ounce of nutty prevention: Scientists reported a link between eating nuts and consequent higher levels of serotonin in patients with metabolic syndrome. Serotonin is a brain chemical that helps transmit nerve signals, decreases hunger, makes people feel happier and … Continue reading

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Paying good money for bad drugs

Big Pharma’s $4 billion Alzheimer’s drug Aricept has side effects that cannot be tolerated by 26% of takers and has only a temporary boost in memory and cognitive function with absolutely no reversal or slowing the progress of Alzheimer’s Disease. … Continue reading

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Calisthenics for the gut

A high-fiber diet lowers blood cholesterol levels and helps maintain bowel integrity and health. Soluble fiber found in beans, oats, flaxseed and oat bran may help lower total blood cholesterol levels by lowering low-density lipoprotein, or “bad,” cholesterol levels. Epidemiologic … Continue reading

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Diet stress

Research shows that in the long run, diets fail 95% of the time. A recent study showed that dieting from high fat foods causes higher levels of the stress hormone corticosterone. This brings symptoms of depression and even altered DNA … Continue reading

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Bad to the bone

There are much better ways! Fosamax and Boniva can mean bone death: A serious side effect for people taking bisphosphonates for osteoporosisis the risk of developing osteonecrosis of the jaw which literally means bone death and the jaw is the … Continue reading

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Modified doomsday

Playing God: Spider genes have been inserted into goat DNA, hoping that the goat milk would contain web protein for making bulletproof vests. Cow genes turn pigskins into cowhides. Jellyfish genes light up pigs’ noses in the dark. Arctic fish … Continue reading

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If the cancer doesn’t get you the cure will

Each year, more than 1 million cancer patients receive outpatient chemotherapy, radiation, or both. On the government US National Library of Medicine website – AKA PubMed – is the report which estimates that chemotherapy brings an overall 5-year cancer survival … Continue reading

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Death by hot dog

What are nitrites and why are they used in hot dogs and other deli meat products? Sodium Nitrite and Potassium Nitrite, are chemical preservatives traditionally used in processing cooked and smoked deli meats. Their primary purpose is to prevent bacteria, … Continue reading

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Fat balancing act

Chromium picolinate helps promote balanced blood sugar and can help control appetite, manage food cravings and also has the ability to carry protein where your body needs it to help your body build muscle over storing fat. Chromium is essential … Continue reading

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Bird brained thinking

Antibiotics are fed to poultry in the US to spur growth and increase profits, not treat disease. The FDA tightly controls this now (so they say) to help prevent drug resistant bacteria in humans. Well, feather-brained Big Ag whizzes figured … Continue reading

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