An essential test for heavy metal toxicity

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'Question: I've read about heavy metal toxicity in several health publications, but when my doctor tested my blood, the results were negative. Does this mean I'm in the clear and don't need to worry about heavy metals? 

Dr. Wright: Unfortunately, the blood tests used by most mainstream doctors are virtually useless (except in cases of acute exposures) for identifying heavy metals that are stored away in your body.' 


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Why You Need To Praise Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme This Winter

 



 'Those of us who go back a few years likely remember the line about parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme in the huge Simon and Garfunkel hit song about two ill-fated lovers, "Are You Going to Scarborough Fair". Many have speculated that the reference to the four popular herbs was due to their use in Medieval Europe to help cleanse the air and ward off the infamous black plague. Others have thought that the reference to the four herbs was because the combination may have been used as a love potion. 

Whatever the reason for their inclusion in the popular song, the many health benefits of those four popular spices make them a herbal health quartet worth loving and singing praises about in their own rights.'


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10 Surprising Sources of MSG


'Considering that monosodium glutamate, or MSG as it is more commonly known, is linked to many serious health conditions, including:  hormonal imbalances, weight gain, brain damage, obesity, headaches, and more, you may be shocked to learn how prevalent it is.  MSG is almost always found in processed, prepared, and packaged foods.  But, here are some lesser-known food sources of this harmful chemical.  Be sure to check out my blog tomorrow, “Are You Eating MSG Without Knowing It?” which will tell you the many names of MSG and what to look for on food labels.'


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10 Ways to Use Gourds & Winter Squash




'I think it’s a shame that pumpkins get hijacked by Halloween. 
Although they make a brief comeback for Thanksgiving in pie form, their curtain call comes much too early in the season. So what’s a pumpkin-loving girl supposed to do? This one makes a quick shift to other members of the Cucurbitaceae family: gourds and various winter squash. They don’t put me in a dizzy swoon quite the same way pumpkins do, but they’ll suffice. Gourds are great for cool-weather crafts, and winter squash will supply the awesome fodder for delicious dishes all the way until strawberry time (known by some as “spring”).' 


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A Grim Record: One In Seven Americans Is On Food Stamps


 
'The number of people on food stamps keeps hitting new all-time highs; as of September, nearly 43 million people were using the program, according to figures out this week.
 
Of course, because of population growth, absolute numbers only tell part of the story. The best way to look at the numbers over a long period of time is as a percentage of the population. And when you do that, you see that we're also hitting new highs.' 
 
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Man finds extreme healing eating parasitic worms

  Worms are damaging the patient's gut, researchers say, triggering a healing effect in areas affected by ulcerative colitis.


 Worms are damaging the patient's gut, researchers say, triggering a healing effect in areas affected by ulcerative colitis.

'One day in 2004, a 29-year-old man with a terrible stomach problem stepped off a plane from the United States in Thailand. He wasn't there for the sights, or the food, or the beaches. He had traveled thousands of miles for worms -- parasitic worms whose eggs he intended to swallow by the thousands.
 
His doctor back home had told him his idea was crazy, that infesting himself with parasitic worms wouldn't do anything to help his ulcerative colitis, and in fact could make him very sick. The gastroenterologist had told the man if he pursued this course of treatment, he would refuse to be his doctor anymore.'


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Glutathione & Bicarbonate Nebulization

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'The other day I published a series of testimonies for Natural Allopathic Medicine but one of the most important ones that I meant to stress fell through the cracks and was not published.'

Dear Dr. Sircus,

"May I tell you that I have been nebulizing the glutathione with baking soda for my chronic bronchitis (I ordered the capsules) as mentioned in your Natural Allopathic E-book.  I was astounded the first time I used it. I didn’t have any problems with coughing up a lot of mucus for a whole 24 hours. I am a massage therapist and this is very disconcerting. Thankfully I know all of my clients quite well and they understand my problem. I had a lot less discharge over the next few days after that. Today is good too. I took a couple of capsules orally. I will nebulize again later.  I ordered the Glutathione from Dr. Brownstein also. He had the compounding pharmacy mix it up for me. The capsules with the baking soda seem to work best. I can’t tell you how many things I have tried and nothing has worked this well.  Next I will try the clay to detox and cleanse my colon."

N. Goodfellow


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Professor Paul Connett: Your Toxic Tap Water

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 You’ll never look at tap water the same way again
 

'Dr. Paul Connett, Professor of Chemistry at St. Lawrence University in New York, gives a damning interview on the history of water fluoridation, the collusion of major industries to put certified toxic waste into your drinking water, and why government health authorities refuse to conduct scientific studies into the dangers of fluoridation. After watching this video, you will never look at tap water the same way again.'

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5 out of 6 New Drugs Don't Work


'Five out of six approved prescription drugs seldom benefit patients, says a critic of the pharmacy industry. The 6th one works just because big pharma says it does.

Chloresterol-lowering statins were a conspicuous example of the drugs industry over-hyping a product to avert heart attacks, even though they could do more harm than good, said Donald Light, sociologist and professor of comparative health policy at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey, U.S.

Drug corporates hyped-up patented medicines, spent astronomical sums on getting doctors to prescribe them and underplayed serious side-effects, reports the Telegraph.'



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Raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt on “The Power of the Postive NO”


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'The passionate debates about lost rights, corruption, freedom, and responsibility is just that . . . a debate with few consequences and results unless, that is, one begins to understand the interesting dynamics of the human soul within these current debates. 
The empowerment through position and mandate is very often mistaken as real authority. Authority in the current common understanding simply means that someone can tell you what to do. 
This fake authority, assumed through position or mandate, very often creates a strange dynamic where one must struggle to look behind the mask in order to find the human being. 
It is truly remarkable how many bureaucrats gain power through this anonymous process.'

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Was It the Good-Cop-Bad-Cop Routine That Enticed So Many Foodies to Sanction FDA's Takeover of Food System?


'I keep asking myself, how did we ever get to this point, where political and economic control of America's food system is on the verge of being turned over to a government agency whose leaders declared early this year we have "no absolute right" to "any particular food" or to "bodily and physical health." '


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S.510 is alive and funded by the House!




By Barbara H. Peterson
Farm Wars 


'Just when you thought it was safe to relax a bit about S.510, here it is, alive and rolling through Congress like a fast-pitched baseball. It seems that nothing short of an act of God will stop this bill.

Sources on the Hill have informed us the Food Safety Bill was folded into the House Continuing Resolution, which authorizes the funding of government into 2011. As you may remember, the Food Safety Act was “blue slipped” by the House Democrats, after the Senate passed it, because Harry Reid included a section that raised taxes (which the Constitution requires to begin in the House). (Truth Farmer)

Since it is quite possible that the text of this amendment will disappear from the Internet once people get wind of it, here is the full text of the amendment in PDF format taken from the following link: http://www.rules.house.gov/bills_details.aspx?NewsID=4787'


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I Don’t Want to Die from Cancer


'Did you know that long-term use of a daily low-dose aspirin dramatically cuts the risk of dying from a wide array of cancers? We just heard in the news that a British research team unearthed evidence that a low-dose aspirin (75 milligrams) taken daily for at least five years brings about a 10 to 60 percent drop in fatalities depending on the type of cancer. But is this the only substance that would dramatically cut the risk of dying from cancer? Are there not safer ways that don’t have the side effects that aspirin does?' 


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This Vilified Daily Food Slashes Heart Attack Risk in Half...

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By Dr. Mercola 


'Are you still shunning butter from your diet? You can stop today because butter can be a very healthy part of your diet.'

'The unfortunate result of the low-fat diet craze has been the shunning of healthful fats such as butter, and public health has declined as a result of this folly.
Good-old-fashioned butter, when made from grass-fed cows, is a rich in a substance called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA is not only known to help fight cancer and diabetes, it may even help you to lose weight, which cannot be said for its trans-fat substitutes.

Much of the reason why butter was, and continues to be, vilified is because it contains saturated fat. If you're still in the mindset that saturated fat is harmful for your health, then please read this past article to learn why saturated fat is actually good for you.

In fact, by now many have realized that it's the trans fat found in margarine, vegetable shortening, and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils that is the true villain, causing far more significant health problems than saturated fat ever could.'
 
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Make Chai: 3 Recipes

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'Sensuous, soothing and simply irresistible, chai is the ideal accompaniment for savory scones … a perfect break on a busy afternoon … a satisfying finish to a holiday dinner with family and friends. Derived from the Chinese chá, “chai” means tea in much of the world, including Asia, Eastern Europe, parts of Africa and Brazil. Masala chai is an aromatic blend of black or green tea with warming spices. 

Sugar and milk often are included, as well. Travel to India, Nepal and Tibet, where masala chai originated, and you’ll likely see vendors peddling the tasty brew on street corners or at train stations. According to Ayurvedic tradition, masala chai boosts the immune system, enhances metabolism, relieves stress, aids digestion and sharpens the mind.'



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Natural Allopathic Medicine Cures



 By Dr. Mark Sircus

' ”Cure” is the word and it should drive some FDA henchmen mad for what is doing most of the heavyweight healing are commonly available raw medicinals like magnesium chloride, iodine, and sodium bicarbonate—substances that are available in almost every supermarket and pharmacy in the world. The FDA is in a bind because these same natural substances are standard fare in emergency rooms and intensive care wards. They are allopathic medicines but are non-pharmaceutical nutritional medicines. They are minerals and they come from the natural world, not from laboratories directed by the kind of men who used to build concentration camps, men who were condemned at the Nuremberg Trials.'


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Beat Sugar Addiction NOW!

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 By Dr Jacob Teitelbaum MD


Are you a sugar addict?

'If the answer is yes, you are not alone.
The average American has 140 to 150 pounds of sugar per person of sugar added to their diets each year. Another 18 percent of our calories come from white flour (which acts a lot like sugar in our bodies). Eating almost twice our weight in sugar and white flour each year, it's not surprising that we have become a nation of sugar addicts. Like many other addictive substances, sugar may leave you feeling a bit better for a few hours, but then wreaks havoc on your body. 

In our new Beat Sugar Addiction NOW! (BSAN) book, we describe the four main types of sugar addicts. In each type, there are different forces driving the addiction, and in all four types the excess sugar leaves people feeling much worse overall. By treating the underlying causes that are active in your type of addiction, you will find that not only do your sugar cravings go away, but you also feel dramatically better overall.'


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Geoengineering: Climate Ghouls' 'Plan B'


'The UN Climate talks in Cancun are now focusing on geoengineering, using it as a tool to extort a binding UN treaty to reduce phony global warming.  The AP reported today that "we may need geoengineering as a 'Plan B,' if nations fail to forge agreement on a binding treaty to rein in greenhouse gases", per a British House of Commons report. 

Geoengineering and contrived global warming lies are facets of Agenda 21, the overarching blueprint for control and depopulation.  The article states that geoengineering can cause rain precipitation and other weather changes.'


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The History of Opium and The History of How the Pharmaceutical Industry Intentionally Created Drug Addictions

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By Sara Cain


'Opium has been used medicinally and recreationally for centuries. Fifteenth century China doctors used opium for medicine, with some using it recreationally. It was the first effective antidepressant, sedative, and pain reliever. However, opium addictions only began in the eighteenth century, when the British began to monopolize the sale of opium. It is no coincidence that when the British, with their chemical industry, began selling opium that these chemically altered opiums began creating addictions. Completely natural, unadulterated plants are not addictive until they have been "refined" and concentrated. As a result of what the British did, opium eventually became illegal under Chinese law, but the sale from the British continued.'


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Prop. 19, Monsanto, and GMO Terminator Cannabis

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'The object is to patent up every possible combination of cannabinoids with efficacy for every possible disease they can treat, and every possible genetic sequence! Once ready to make the move, they will shut down every medical cannabis grower for patent fraud” “Monsanto terminator technology is being applied to Cannabis by (David Watson) at Hortapharm in Holland".'


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Police Arrested Twelve Year Old Boy for Refusing Vaccine at School





'A child of twelve was charged with ‘threatening behaviour’ at his school in Bowmanville, East of Toronto last week. The arrest happened when the boy (who cannot be named for legal reasons) threw a tantrum refusing the Hepatitis B vaccine. The National Post reported that police were brought into Ross Tilley Public School because the boy had threatened to damage the school. Unfortunately, the report failed to give the reason why the child was refusing the vaccine or what made him so angry.'


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Germany Requires Doctor's Prescription for Common Herbs: EU Plans the Same

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by Heidi Stevenson


'A common question about the Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products Directive (THMPD) is what effect it will actually have. We need only look to Germany to see. Germany accepted and implemented Codex Alimentarius rules back in 2005 and 2006. These are the rules that are now being implemented throughout Europe. The directive associated with herbal medicines is 2004/24/EC (THMPD), set to begin full enforcement at the end of April 2011.'


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MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS: CONFUSION

  

 By Jon Rappoport

'A doctor suspects you have disease X, which is caused by virus Y. He takes a blood sample, and that sample is examined for the presence of antibodies which are specific to virus Y.
If you test positive for the presence of those antibodies, he says you have disease X.

However, there is a vaccine that is supposed to protect a person from disease X, and this vaccine does what?
IT PRODUCES ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC TO VIRUS Y.

In that case, you are said to be immune from virus Y.'


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S. 510 and Codex Alimentarius Link: Tracking, Tracing, and Monitoring Independent Food Production


'Being honest, I must confess some slight personal agitation at the thought of writing another article on yet another “food safety” bill making its way through congress with the words “tyranny” and “Codex” written all over it. It seems that every legislative session, we are faced with the prospect of the same food bill cloaked in a different name. Invariably, this bill seeks to corral all food production into the hands of a few major corporations and essentially destroy the ability of the population to feed themselves. Here in late 2010, we have the new version of food imperialism known as S.510, the Food Safety Modernization Act.'


 


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Eating This "Healthy" Food? It Could be Slowly and Silently Killing You

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 By Dr. Mercola

'If you were to carefully review the thousands of studies published on soy, I believe you would reach the same conclusion as I have—which is, the health risks associated with unfermented soy products FAR outweigh any possible benefits.

However, there's an important distinction that must be made any time you talk about soy, and that is the difference between traditionally fermented and unfermented soy products.
For centuries, Asian people have been consuming fermented soy products such as natto, tempeh, and soy sauce, and enjoying the health benefits associated with them.

 Fermented soy does not wreak havoc on your body like unfermented soy products do.
Additionally, there's the issue of eating genetically modified (GM) soy. In the US, over 90 percent of all soy grown is genetically modified Roundup Ready soy, which has an array of additional health hazards all of its own.

Unfortunately, many Americans who are committed to healthy lifestyles have been mislead and grossly manipulated into believing that unfermented and processed soy products like soymilk, soy cheese, soy burgers and soy ice cream are health foods.'
As the Weston A. Price Foundation so clearly shows (above), this is far from true.
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Nutrient Effective for Cancer, Alzheimer’s, Heart

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'More and more research is stacking up on the healing properties of resveratrol. Primarily found in grapes and blueberries, this powerful plant nutrient has been found to be an effective antioxidant that protects against free radical damage that is linked to many types of diseases. It has also been found to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects.' 

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Milk Myths! by Daniel Vitalis