THE STATE OF FOOD FREEDOM


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'Legislative sessions are in full swing in the Houses and Senates in every state across this nation, and your food is on the table (for discussion, that is). I had every intention to fire you up about it, about what is going on in your own state, so that you could investigate how you could help further your own food freedom.'


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Exotic Honey Comes To Rescue In Fighting Deadly C. Difficile Infections

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'Today, an alarming number of patients are falling victim to antibiotic-resistant infections, including those like C. difficile which aren't just resistant to conventional antibiotics but actually caused by them. Thankfully, even when antibiotics fail to produce positive outcomes, ancient medicinal foods like honey may come to the rescue.'


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Blueberry concentrate improves brain function in older people



'Compared to placebo, blueberry concentrate increased blood flow to the brain, brain activation and working memory in adults.

If you're as big of a blueberry and anthocyanin fan as I am, you will LOVE my recent interview with Dr. Robert Krikorian who has performed prior research on blueberries and cognitive function.'


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Study: Reducing Herbicide Glyphosate in Diet Reduces Autism Symptoms


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'A few years ago, Dr. Stephanie Senneff of MIT made a prediction that by 2025, half of American children will be born with autism, or at least different individual aspects of the autism disorder spectrum. Yes, she mentioned the toxins in vaccines that are forced into infants, but also included another toxin, glyphosate.

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the world’s most popular herbicide, Roundup. You may know of it as an herbicide you can purchase in a hardware or garden supply store, which kills any living plant when applied.'

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How B Vitamins Improve Brain Health, Cognition, Psychiatric Problems and Mood Disorders




'Psychiatry typically relies on drugs as a first line of treatment, but even more severe psychiatric problems have been shown to benefit greatly from nutritional interventions.

One nutritional deficiency in particular that has the potential to wreak havoc on your psyche is niacin (vitamin B3). Pellagra1 is a condition caused by niacin deficiency, and two of its clinical manifestations include delirium and dementia. Interestingly, schizophrenia appears to have some of the features of pellagra.'


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13 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Walnuts

13 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Walnuts
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'13 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Walnuts

Walnuts benefit your heart, brain, bones and more. Here's why you need to eat more of them.

Researchers from the University of California Davis say the U.S. government is wrong when it comes to demonizing high fat foods. In fact, a new study shows eating high fat whole walnuts or walnut oil can slow prostate cancer growth.

The researchers wanted to know what it is about walnuts that give them the prostate cancer powers observed in earlier studies. '

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The Autism Epidemic and How to Stop It


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'We are facing an autism epidemic in which one out of two American children born in 2025 will suffer the devastating health consequences of autism. MIT research scientist Stephanie Seneff makes this prediction based on the current rapid growth rate of autism in this country.

This growth pattern cannot be explained away by changes in genetics. Autism has been causally linked to vaccinations, based on research, parental reports and court case rulings. Scientist Seneff also links autism with the growth of the dangerous herbicide glyphosate, widely used on crops.'


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Review of 200 Studies Confirms That Every Pound Gained Increases Risk of Many Cancers

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'A review of over 200 studies has revealed a substantial link between body fat and 11 different types of cancer, prompting calls for further research and tougher efforts to tackle the obesity crisis.'


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Two-thirds of Americans see docs who got paid by drug companies: Drexel University study



'A majority of patients in the United States visited a doctor who received payments from drug companies, but most have no clue about it, according to a new Drexel University study.

About 65 percent of those surveyed as a part of the study by Genevieve Pham-Kanter, PhD, an assistant professor in Drexel's Dornsife School of Public Health, visited a doctor within the last year who had received payments or gifts from pharmaceutical or medical device companies. What's more: Only 5 percent of those surveyed knew that their doctor had received such payments.'


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Are You Familiar with the Health Benefits of Vitamin K?

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'Vitamin K was discovered in 1929 Germany by observing its coagulation factor for clotting. They called the newly discovered vitamin Koagulationsvitamin. That may be one of the most straightforward and clear vitamin functions in a label we’ll ever see. Obviously that’s where the K comes from.

Though using similar biochemical processes, K2 mostly activates proteins that regulate where calcium ends up in the body, which may be an even more important issue for heart health than has been publicized.'

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Photobiomodulation: The Role of Light in Preventing and Potentially Halting Alzheimer’s Disease




'Alzheimer's disease currently affects an estimated 5.4 million Americans.1Projections suggest it will affect 1 in 4 Americans in the next 20 years, rivaling the current prevalence of obesity and diabetes and, by 2050, Alzheimer's diagnoses are projected to triple.2,3

Already, more than half a million Americans die from the disease each year, making it the third leading cause of death in the U.S., right behind heart disease and cancer.4,5Worst of all, there are no effective drug treatments available. So what can you do to avoid becoming another statistic?

In this interview, Dr. Lew Lim shares his expertise in the use of near-infrared therapy to treat Alzheimer's disease, and how you can use light therapy to radically reduce your risk.'


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Surprising Side Effects of Tylenol

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"You know Tylenol can relieve a headache, but are you aware it can cause other side effects, such as increased risk of death or heart toxicity?"

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Cocktails of Chemicals and Drugs in Our Water Supply Remain Unfiltered

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'So-called safe drinking water supplies coming out of our household taps are now proven to contain industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals linked to toxicity, developmental problems, tumour growth and hormonal disruptions. 

One glass of tap water now contains hundreds of contaminants that are not filtered through federally approved guidelines which monitor safety standards servicing millions of people.'


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Prebiotic Foods Improve Sleep and Shield The Body From Stress

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'Prebiotic foods are linked with reduced risks of skin conditions, digestive problems and even autoimmune disease. Over two thousand years ago, Hippocrates stated that 'All Disease Begins In The Gut.' 


A first-of-its kind study by University of Colorado Boulder scientists suggests that lesser-known gut-health promoters can have an impact on the body, improving sleep and buffering the physiological impacts of stress.'

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