Health Benefits of Really Raw Honey



'Much of the effectiveness of raw honey to help treat respiratory problems has been traced to the bee pollen and propolis suspended within it. According to a research report from Bulgria, they found the honey has anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, and expectorant properties that insure the body has an immunobiological defense and give it the capacity to regenerate its attacked cells. Research on using raw honey to treat respiratory problems shows the following results: Of the 17,862 patients treated with honey, 8,836 were men and 9,026 were women. Most of the patients ranged in age from 21 to 60 years old.'


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A Sleeping Sickness of the Soul



There also exists a sleeping sickness of the soul. Its most dangerous aspect is that one is unaware of its coming. That is why you have to be careful ... You should realize that your soul suffers if you live superficially. People need times in which to concentrate, when they can search their inmost selves. It is tragic that most men have not achieved this feeling of self-awareness. And finally, when they hear the inner voice they do not want to listen anymore. They carry on as before so as not to be constantly reminded of what they have lost. But as for you, resolve to keep a quiet time ... Then your souls can speak to you without being drowned out by the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

- Albert Schweitzer

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A Magical Memory Booster


'Blueberries -- in pies, pancakes and muffins -- take me right back to my childhood summer vacations at the beach. Or, based on the latest research I’ve seen on this super-food, it may actually be that eating all those blueberries sharpened my cognitive abilities, making their deliciousness all the more memorable!

Perhaps the connection is not quite so direct, but I just read a study reporting that blueberries have a profound effect on human brain function.'


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Recipe for Cucumber, Onion, and Parsley Salad with Feta Cheese



'(Updated and added to Recipe Favorites May 2010.) I don't remember where I originally found the idea for this simple cucumber, onion, and parsley salad with feta cheese and lemon vinaigrette, but it ended up being a flavor combination I loved, and when I made it again recently I decided it was time to update the photos. This salad is a great way to use cucumbers from the garden (when you start getting them!) but when I don't have garden cucumbers, I use mild European cucumbers or small Persian cucumbers. If you're not sure about raw red onion, soak the onion in cold water for a few minutes to remove some of the bite. I used flat Italian Parsley from my herb garden for this, but curly parsley would work. I think simple fresh-tasting cucumber salads like this make a perfect warm-weather lunch, or serve this as a side dish for grilled meat.'


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Smoking Teeth = Poison Gas





How to get mercury fillings removed without exposing yourself to toxic mercury vapor

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor


'I call mercury fillings part of the "dark ages" of modern dentistry. Today, more and more dentists are realizing, "Hey, maybe this highly toxic metal doesn't belong in the human body." At the same time, dental clients are increasingly realizing they need to get that mercury removed, because as you chew and breathe, some of that mercury is being ingested by your digestive tract or inhaled into your lungs. Little by little, those mercury fillings disappear out of your teeth. Where do they go? Right into your body.'


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Our Psychiatric Civilization



by Dr. Peter Breggin


'It has been a routine week in my clinical and forensic practice. I evaluated a malpractice case involving a woman on the West Coast whose family doctor from a decade earlier kept prescribing Prozac to her for ten years without ever seeing her again. When she ran into emotional difficulty, she called this doctor who simply raised the dose and added a new drug, still without seeing her for a decade. This woman, a respected professional and parent in her community, then landed in a hospital where her adverse drug reaction was mistaken for a mental illness, more psychiatric drugs were added, and she soon killed herself in a most horrendous fashion.'
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Germs in Soil Might Give Learning a Boost




'Could certain germs help you learn more easily? New research suggests bacteria could indeed, at least if you spend time outdoors and inhale or consume them.

Researchers looked at mycobacterium vaccae, a kind of natural bacteria that's found in soil. People ingest or breathe in the germ when they spend time in nature, researcher Dorothy Matthews of The Sage Colleges in Troy, N.Y., said in a news release.'


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A New Paradigm in Medicine




By Dr. Mark Sircus


'We do not have to die from cancer nor do we have to wait to go blind or amputate our feet because of diabetic conditions. With cancer and diabetic rates going through the roof the time to start treating oneself for both conditions is right now. Prevention of cancer and diabetes could also be called life extension treatments for they go hand in hand; they are really one and the same so why wait till one receives the diagnosis?'

'There are extraordinarily simple, safe and effective ways of treating the diseases of our time that are affordable to most if not all of humanity. These treatments can be organized into a new form of medicine, which can be mainstreamed because they are backed by medical research and science. This is not to say that patients do not have to resolve crucial, difficult and complex issues of mind, emotion and spirit but it does mean that the physical body does not have to be surrendered to an expensive and terrorist form of dated medicine that hurts more than it helps.'


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Dr. Weil on EWG's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides




Get EWG's 2010 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides... HERE





Study reveals huge overdiagnosis of cancer causing unnecessary treatment and suffering



by S. L. Baker

'Imagine being told your imaging tests are back and there's bad news. You have cancer. To save your life, your doctor says, you must submit to surgery, chemo, radiation and a host of additional tests and prescription drugs. Of course, there's no guarantee the malignancy will be totally stopped or that the cancer treatment won't cause both immediate and long-term health consequences.'


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"What in the World are They Spraying?" - Official Trailer








Cholesterol Myths, Masai Tribe, Kitavans, and More









http://180degreehealth.blogspot.com/2010/05/matt-and-masai-on-milk.html

Caffeine May Boost Brain Power and Deflect Dementia

'Evidence review finds ample reason for enthusiasm about caffeine’s prospects as a brain aid, and makes a compelling case for more clinical trials.'


by Craig Weatherby

'Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive drug in the world, and Americans’ virtual addiction to coffee has long been the butt of lame jokes.
Certainly, it’s no coincidence that the current coffee craze began in the Pacific Northwest, where caffeine is craved for its unquestioned capacity to counter the gloomy effects of chronic cloudiness.'
Of course, some people can’t handle caffeine, due to their sensitivity to its stimulant and sleep-deferring effects.
That said, there is little evidence that in moderation, caffeine is unhealthful. In fact, caffeine is associated with many benefits … aside from the ones attributed to the abundant antioxidants that accompany it in tea and coffee.'


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Chemtrails and Monsanto’s New Aluminum Resistance Gene – Coincidence?



By Barbara H. Peterson

Farm Wars


'Why did Monsanto Develop an Aluminum Resistance Gene?

Monsanto is currently marketing an aluminum resistance gene. Here’s the spin, folks:

Small-scale, resource-poor farmers in developing countries face daily stresses, including poor soils, drought, and lack of inputs. Ongoing trends such as climate change and population growth will likely exacerbate binding stresses. A new generation of genetically engineered (GE) crop research aims to alleviate these pressures through the improvement of subsistence crops—such as cassava, sorghum, and millet—that incorporate traits such as tolerance to drought, water, and aluminum in soils as well as plants with more efficient nitrogen and phosphorus use. (http://www.ifpri.org/publication/delivering-genetically-engineered-crops-poor-farmers)

Now, let’s take a look at journalist Michael Murphy’s research into chemtrails, geo-engineering, and the fact that extremely high levels of aluminum and barium are found in water, snow and soil, in areas shown to have heavy chemtrail patterns (three-part video):'







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©2010 Barbara H. Peterson

William Reich - Classic Case of Medical Mafia/US Government's Censorship








Genetically Modified Foods: 80% of What’s In Your Grocery Cart



Dr Tim O’Shea

“As a scientist, actively working in the field[of GMO] I find that it is very, very unfair to use our fellow citizens as guinea pigs.”
– Arpad Pusztai, PhD

'Since the 1990s world agriculture and food production has undergone the most radical transformation in history. With very little public awareness, in just a few short years genetically modified foods have come to dominate both global agriculture and supermarket shelf space.

What are GM foods?

What are their effects on human health and nutrition?

What are the effects on human DNA?

What have we done to our food?'


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Cancer Intelligence




'The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a first vaccine to treat prostate cancer. The price tag? $93,000. Of course, this “vaccine”, Provenge, doesn't actually prevent cancer. It also doesn't cure cancer. So what does it do? According to USA Today: “... studies show that the vaccine does help men with advanced prostate cancer live four months longer ... Many men on Provenge developed mild symptoms, such as fevers, chills and headaches. One in four patients had a serious side effect ... with 3.5 percent suffering a stroke ...”'


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Iodine for Health

'There is growing evidence that Americans would have better health and a lower incidence of cancer and fibrocystic disease of the breast if they consumed more iodine. A decrease in iodine intake coupled with an increased consumption of competing halogens, fluoride and bromide, has created an epidemic of iodine deficiency in America.'


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The Perception of 'Science-Based Medicine' is a Ruse




By Dr. Mercola

'Is modern medicine actually "scientific"? The gold standard for modern medicine is the double-blind and placebo-controlled trial. But there are serious problems with these studies, unknown to most, but widely acknowledged by researchers.

Scientists can easily set up a study that shows a drug is effective for a very limited period of time. Most studies of drugs for psychiatric conditions last only six weeks. What happens after that? Do they still work? Do they start to cause terrible side effects?

The studies will not tell you.'


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Doctors and Nurses Love to Inject





By Dr. Mark Sircus


'Parents around the world need to stop bringing their children in to pediatric doctors except for broken bones and stitches and such because the chances are high that these doctors will inflict serious harm on their young charges. The majority of pediatricians are mean and arrogant and they love their poisonous needles and take every opportunity to inject no matter what the condition is of their young patients. Certainly they don’t read the hundreds of published medical studies documenting vaccine failure and adverse effects, and dozens of books written by doctors, researchers, and independent investigators that reveal serious flaws in immunization theory and practice.'


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Can One man and One cow Save our Planet?: Seeding the real Green Revolution





One Man One Cow One Planet

'Why on earth would an 80 year old New Zealander pack his bags for good to spend the rest of his life in rural India, teaching farmers how to swirl cow dung in a vortex of water?

Meet Peter Proctor, in the movie [above], the man with a mission to save Indian agriculture from the throes of the so called “green” revolution.

Modern agriculture is nothing short of “war” and it has taken an enormous toll on the environment – toxic chemicals in the soil and food chains, soil erosion, loss of humus and soil fertility, water scarcity, desertification, algal blooms in rivers due to pesticide run-offs, loss of biodiversity in ecosystems and in varieties of food crops.

Mega industrial farming has no spirit, no consideration for people, environment or social justice. The result is “untruthful” food – a product of layers of artificial chemicals, and many a time, genetic modification, and only serves a ruthless globalised machinery of “free” trade.'


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Heart Health Benefits of Pistachios




'A diet that includes pistachios could help improve heart health, according to a new study, which suggests that regular servings of the nuts reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Researchers found that a pistachio-enriched diet resulted in increases in serum antioxidants and decreases in oxidized low-density lipoproteins (LDL), or so-called ‘bad’ cholesterol, when compared to a diet without pistachios.

The study, conducted by researchers at The Pennsylvania State University, is published in the June 2010 issue of The Journal of Nutrition.'


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Don't Board Another Airplane Until You Read/Watch This!





Health Alert: Read This Before You Board Another Airplane, Part I.
Read: HERE


Health Alert: Read This Before You Board Another Airplane, Part II
Read: HERE




Lifestyle Factors For a Better Well Being in the Morning




'Low cell oxygenation is the factor of chronic diseases. How should we breathe at rest for maximum body oxygenation? Sick people breathe way too much than the norm: http://www.normalbreathing.com/index-... and the more we breathe at rest, the less oxygen our cells get (a law of physiology). Normal Breathing naturally restores body oxygenation and eliminates symptoms and need for medication for many chronic diseases.'



'For most people, morning is the worst time of the day in terms of how they feel and perform. Numerous epidemiological studies have shown that the chronically sick (heart disease, diabetes, COPD, epilepsy, etc.) are most likely to have acute episodes and/or die during early morning hours (4-7 am). What are the common underlying parameters that get worse in the morning for all sufferers?

We feel worse and get worse in the morning if, and only if, our breathing pattern gets heavier (faster and deeper). If breathing is light and easy, we are full of energy and feel great. Why is over-breathing bad?'


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Hidden Government Papers Expose Lies About Measles Vaccines for Infants

Vaccines have NEVER been SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN to be SAFE let alone EFFECTIVE!



'How a mother is supposed to decide what vaccines are safe, when the governments change their minds so frequently, is anyone’s guess. One minute the government makes it categorically clear that the measles vaccine should never, under any circumstances, be given to a child under the age of nine months, the next minute they are saying the complete opposite and actually advising it.'


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Growing Homelessness in America

Hunger and Homelessnes is Bad for Your Health


'In the world's richest country, the trend is shocking, disturbing and appalling. In its 2009 report on "Hunger and Homelessness in US Cities," the US Conference of Mayors stated: "Hunger and homelessness (are) at record levels in US cities," citing an overall 26% demand increase over the past year and 19% more homelessness. Yet worsening conditions leave millions on their own and out of luck because Washington has other priorities excluding them.

"At a time of historic economic crisis, the issues of hunger and homelessness in America are more prevalent than ever." Cities are hard-pressed to handle them, and planned budget cuts and revenue shortfalls will strap them well into the future.'


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