Monthly Archives: May 2012

Want some muscle pain with that statin?

Big Pharma = Big Lies: Just out on Medscape yesterday: All statins can cause muscle toxicity… The original Big Pharma controlled studies showed myalgia (muscle pain) in 0.01% of study patients. Not bad, eh? But that was a Big Lie! … Continue reading

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Junk food junk

Maltodextrin is a food additive-filler often added to junk foods like candy, soda, and potato chips. It is considered “safe” by the FDA, but safe is not the same thing as healthy. Maltodextrin is a food additive that’s derived from … Continue reading

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The cortisol crunch

Ever get lost in a crisis? Crunch time and you can’t seem to think straight? This is because of too much cortisol in the brain. The brain cannot properly make and store new thoughts and memories when it is overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Medical Airlines has plane crash – daily

If one 747 airplane crashed every day, killing all 500 people aboard, there would be a national uproar over aviation safety and an all-out mobilization to fix the problem. Airlines would be shut down immediately. ONE plane crashes we would … Continue reading

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Smells that kill

Home air fresheners and scented candles are actually pollutants that you pay for in more than one way. Scented candles and night lights and air “fresheners” are actually chemicals that can irritate your sinuses, skin, trigger asthma and even cause … Continue reading

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Charcoal: Not just for cookouts

Activated charcoal: It can absorb lead, strychnine, DDT, chlorine, mercury and many other poisons along with many drugs including; cocaine, radioactive iodine, penicillin, aspirin and phenobarbital. It can absorb thousands of times its own weight in toxins. Absorption ability is … Continue reading

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Cancer cachexia

Cancer cells are parasites that sap the nutrition the body needs to survive. Cancer is a process of cachexia where the tumor cells rob the body of nutrition. Tumor cells require significant amounts of energy and thrive on sugar, glutenous … Continue reading

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Today’s show brought to you by the letter K

Vitamin K is the “coagulation vitamin” because of its relationship to prothrombin and blood coagulation. We obtain some vitamin K from food, and some is made by bacteria in the intestines. IV fed patients receiving broad-spectrum antibiotics that kill gut … Continue reading

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Fostering bad health

Antibiotic overuse: The evidence is overwhelming that the indiscriminate use of antibiotics is dangerous from a public health standpoint. Antibiotics foster drug-resistant bacteria as they kill off both bad and good bacteria in your body. This allows toxic germs to … Continue reading

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Killer corn

GM corn that was developed to be toxic to insects killed monarch butterflies that were feeding on nearby pollen covered milkweed plants. Big Ag actually withdrew that type of GM corn from the market, but the nightmare is just beginning … Continue reading

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A patent on fish oil

Big Pharma is out to counterfeit and patent everything good for you. They did it with fish oil and call it Lovaza. Lovaza is a DRUG that has side effects – including death… Why do we need an estherized version … Continue reading

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Conjugated lino-what?

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has both antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. Studies show encouraging results with CLA in hindering the growth of tumors in mammary, skin, and colon tissues. Over 30 CLA studies have shown its body weight management properties, which … Continue reading

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Death by Ritalin

Ritalin use leads to a number of side effects including increased blood pressure and heart rate, body temperature, lowered alertness and suppressed appetite. These side effects, however, are very minor compared to research that has linked Ritalin use to cancer, … Continue reading

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About those saturated fats

The fatty acids in human diets are divided into saturated and unsaturated. Saturated fatty acids have the maximum number of hydrogen atoms that their chemical structure will permit. All fats and oils eaten by humans are mixtures of saturated and … Continue reading

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Traffic related pollution at school

A study at USC suggests that traffic-related pollution near schools is contributing to the development of asthma in kids. Children in schools near high-traffic environments had a 45 percent increased risk of developing asthma. Although children spend only 1/3 of … Continue reading

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Safe for use?

The FDA (Fatal Drugs Allowed) is ineptly warning patients about Multaq, a cardiac drug for atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter, which DOUBLES the risk of death and causes twice as many heart attacks, strokes and hospitalizations than in the placebo … Continue reading

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Some like it hot

Did you know that habanero, jalapeño, and cayenne peppers have negative food calories? They speed up metabolism and increase the heart rate so you burn more calories while you eat them than they contain. Of course they are guaranteed to … Continue reading

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Stressing health

How we handle stress can determine our health. Stress can come from all around us in the form of emotional issues, traumas, nutritional deficiencies, over eating, pathogens, toxins, allergies, habits, inherited traits and mental factors. Each thought and every emotion … Continue reading

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Fired over the flu shot

Have any of you been threatened with termination over a flu vaccine? If the flu vaccine was not a condition for employment to begin with they can’t force you to have one – even in “at will” employment. There has … Continue reading

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Cows don’t drink milk

How do cows get such strong bones? From plants of course! According to notmilk.com, American women consume an average of 2 pounds of milk per day and yet 30 million of these women have osteoporosis. Milk products do not prevent … Continue reading

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