Don’t get fat and sick—drink water

We all need reminders now and again about how important water is to all the processes of our body. After all, the body is 75 percent water. Water is the most vital source of energy in the body, and dehydration causes the body’s enzymatic activity to slow down, resulting in tiredness and fatigue. The blood […]

Micronutrient deficiency=brain deficiency

The ability to think clearly, learn, process information, remember, and solve problems requires adequate micronutrients—minerals, vitamins and microminerals you may have never heard about. Maintaining a good daily intake and balance of mincronutrients is not only critical for growth and development and overall health, but is also essential for maximum cognitive functioning… or feeding our brain the […]

Protests in 38 countries, 428 cities, against destructive seed and food system

Across the globe, millions of people turned out for the 3rd annual ‘March Against Monsanto’ parades—though the occasion was mostly ignored by the mainstream media. Some would think that is amazing, considering it was the largest protest in history against a corporation, and particularly GMO foods and the devastating glyphosate-predominate Roundup entrenched in them. But in actuality it […]

The magnificent olive tree and its role in man’s history

Few, if any, plants surpass the cultural and health role that the magnificent olive tree has played in the history of mankind from ancient times through today. Thought to be native to the Mediterranean Basin, societies thousands of years ago revered the olive tree, not only for its long, long life, but for its contribution to agriculture to […]

Feinstein pushing FDA crackdown on home-based soap makers

Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) and Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) have introduced a bill called the ‘Personal Care Products Safety Act’ (SB 1014) that, according to Feinstein, would “make the world a safer place,” (for the multinational companies that enthusiastically support her bill). This jolly bi-partisan bill would not place an outright ban on home-based soap […]

Your heart and good fats vs. bad fats

Recent surveys have revealed that at least half of us either don’t know (or care) the difference between types of fats… or they believe that ALL fats are bad. First, ALL fats are definitely not bad. Fats are necessary for building cell membranes, for the interaction with proteins inside cells, regulating cell signalling, and many other […]

Feds consider MANDATORY student vaccination bill

There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears…. a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted […]

Lack of sun/vitamin D increases risk of pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer is the world’s 12th most common form of cancer and the 7th most cancer-related cause of death, according to a survey of 107 countries by the Cancer Research Fund International. 338,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. And new research has established a strong link to pancreatic cancer and vitamin D deficiency. Developed countries […]

Bullet point health news

* Global Dietary Patterns Worsening—In a first-of-its-kind analysis of worldwide dietary patterns, a team including researchers from Tufts University and University of Cambridge found overall dietary quality worsened around the world even as consumption of healthier foods increased in many countries. Overall, increases in unhealthy foods outpaced beneficial dietary changes, especially in middle-income nations (Too […]

Avian flu devastating U.S. poultry supply

Have you wondered why poultry has lately become the best meat buy in the U.S? Undoubtedly, the primary reason is because a devastating avian flu, the most virulent strain called H5N2,  is sweeping the country with no end in sight. The flu epidemic was first identified in Boise, Idaho in back yard chickens. The count of dead […]