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How your taxes fund corporations that rig the U.S. political systemBy J. D. Heyes, December 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Most politically active Americans are aware of the massive amounts of money spent on political campaigns. And most are also aware that corporate dollars, which fund so-called superPACs (political action committees), give hundreds of millions ever election cycle.
In fact, according to a new study by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan organization that advocates for more transparent, open government, American corporations spent around $5.8 billion on elections between 2007 and...
Five ways witch hazel benefits your skinBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Common witch hazel, also called winterbloom, is a flowering shrub native to the forest margins, woodlands and stream banks of eastern North America. It is characterized by its fragrant, gold-colored flowers, which tend to grow in late fall and continue to expand throughout winter.(1)
Despite its somewhat sinister name, witch hazel is a plant of considerable medicinal value and has been pressed, boiled and steamed for human usage for centuries. The American Indians were...
Congress authorizes federal government to collect and use all private communications by U.S. citizensBy J. D. Heyes, December 19 2014
(NaturalNews) A House Republican is criticizing a piece of legislation just passed by Congress as grossly unconstitutional because it essentially gives the federal government and local law enforcement "unlimited access to the communications of every American."
As reported by InfoWars.com, Rep. Justin Amash of Wisconsin said he found a passage in the Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal year 2015 that had been amended with a section authorizing "the acquisition, retention and dissemination...
Cascading global financial collapse now a very real risk as Russia heads for defaultBy J. D. Heyes, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Russia is teetering on the edge of solvency and economic collapse as its currency collapses, interest rates rise and average Russians flock to stores to stock on up on anything they can get their hands on.
Meanwhile, some geopolitical analysts believe that the economic turmoil -- touched off in part by Western sanctions in response to Moscow's "annexation" of Crimea and suspected military involvement in Ukraine, and in part due to slumping oil prices -- could put Russian President...
Sierra Leone cancels Christmas as Ebola virus ravages countryBy Jonathan Benson, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The children of Sierra Leone have only a police state to look forward to this holiday season, with Agence France-Presse (AFP) recently announcing that Christmas is officially canceled in the Ebola-stricken West African nation.
According to the AFP, state officials are prohibiting any public displays or celebrations of Christmas, citing escalating Ebola rates in what has been declared to be the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Citizens of Sierra Leone will be required to stay indoors...
World's oceans now contain 5 trillion pieces of plastic waste created by humansBy Julie Wilson staff writer, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the most unsightly traces of human existence is trash, particularly when it's recklessly littered all over our beautiful, green landscape. Unfortunately, this type of pollution isn't limited to just the land. The results of a new major study on the ocean reveal some shocking statistics, concerning enough to make us all reconsider our plastic waste consumption.
An estimated 5 trillion pieces of plastic, weighing more than 250,000 tons, are floating around the world's oceans...
Bill Gates' human experimentation with GM bananas in Africa condemned by scientistsBy Ethan A. Huff, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) At least 124 food and outreach organizations, as well as 26 individual scientists, have signed onto a letter sent to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation protesting ongoing human trials of genetically modified (GM), beta-carotene-enriched bananas intended for Africa.
The GM bananas, which never underwent animal trials, are currently being administered to 12 students attending Iowa State University (ISU), presumably without full disclosure as to the many unknown risks involved.
Mucus, phlegm, is this gelatin, sticky substance friend or foe?By Kali Sinclair, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) It's interesting to read various conventional, medical reports on mucus and find different answers. They all agree that mucus is our friend - unless we are really sick and overproducing it to the point we can't breathe.
Accounts vary from saying we produce 1 quart, 1.4 quarts, 2 quarts, or a gallon a day. We can safely say we produce a quart or more of mucus a day. This mucus lines our mucous membranes from our nose and sinuses throughout our digestive tract.
Mucus traps the dust...
US government's sadistic torture reflected in long history of inhumane medical experiments using drugs and vaccinesBy Ethan A. Huff, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The recent revelation that America's true involvement in "fighting terrorism" included sadistically torturing foreign prisoners has utterly shamed the nation, renewing sentiments both here and abroad that the U.S. has become little more than modern-day Nazi Germany. But looking back on America's extensive legacy of human experimentation, abuse and torture, the shocking details contained in the Senate torture report hardly deviate from the behavioral pattern of what many now recognize...
Federal government finally loosens restrictions on Native Americans' right to grow, sell marijuanaBy PF Louis, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The federal government issued a statement that the Justice Department's DEA would not be going after federally sanctioned reservations if they wanted to grow and sell their own marijuana.
This decision was based on Oregon U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall's expressed concern from tribal members about growing marijuana on reservations in states that legalized its use recently: Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Alaska.
"That's been the primary message tribes are getting to us as U.S...
How to naturally cure tooth decay and gum diseaseBy Carolanne Wright, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) If you're weary of high dentist bills -- as well as exposure to X-rays, fluoride and toxic fillings -- a natural and straightforward approach to dental health comes as a welcome relief. Considering that amalgam fillings are one of the top sources of heavy metal exposure today, with supposedly "safer" plastic options leaching a slew of noxious compounds like BPA, it's no wonder that people are fed up with the conventional "drill and fill" approach. As luck would have it, it's actually...
Florida man led prayer to Satan at city council meetingBy J. D. Heyes, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) It's lighting up YouTube and outraging scores of Americans in the process.
In a bid to make a mockery of the Lake Worth, Florida's city council tradition of beginning each session with a Christian-themed invocation, atheist Preston Smith read a "prayer" that alternately hailed and praised both mythical and anti-religious figures.
But before Smith began to read his invocation, three city commissioners joined Mayor Pam Triolo in leaving the chambers.
"Our collective atheism,...
Collapsing oil prices to slow green revolution as energy costs plummetBy J. D. Heyes, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) As oil prices tumble -- some industry experts say prices could collapse to $40 a barrel -- the global economy is being reshaped in ways that are going to be beneficial to economic growth, personal incomes and industrial expansion.
But the same collapse in prices won't be universally good, say other experts, and that is particularly true for green energy.
With prices for fossil fuel high, consumption is lower and green energy projects seem more economical and attractive. But cheap...
5 benefits of mulberries for skin, hair and healthBy Dr.Sofiya, December 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The concept of superfoods emerged on the radar of health and beauty experts just a few short years ago. Remarkably, in that brief period the hidden benefits of several common food products came to light. Coupled with scientific research and the trend toward organic foods, the health benefits of foods such as kale, blueberries, walnuts, salmon, avocados and mulberries have made them immensely popular. A recent study which discussed health benefits related to the mulberry plant's properties...
Guayaki labels Yerba Mate bottles with "Label GMOs" messageBy Mike Adams, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The Guayaki company absolutely rocks. Not only is their beverage truly amazing -- it will lift your mood, brighten your day, and energize your spirit -- they've also begun labeling their bottle caps with the message, "Label GMOs" and the URL www.NonGMOproject.org
As the photos below reveal, this is a very effective way to help spread the message of the importance of food transparency and honest labeling.
Everybody wants MORE food transparency
Everybody wants to know where their...
Hackers in charge: Sony hack and theater pullback reveals new era of hackers trouncing multinational corporationsBy Mike Adams, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Note the day of December 16th, 2014. That day will mark a milestone in history because it was the first time a U.S. cinema chain censored the launch of a movie due to threats from hackers.
"Carmike Cinemas has canceled the nationwide Christmas Day release of Sony's 'The Interview,' the first theater chain to do so on the day hackers threatened 9/11-like attacks on theaters that showed the movie," reported The Wrap today. 
Sony pictures has been under siege ever since an elaborate...
Big food corporations committing massive organic fraud - investigationBy Julie Wilson staff writer, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Expected to reach an estimated $35 billion in profits this year, the organic market has become attractive to food companies on all sides of the spectrum, opening up the door for potential abuses.
Under-the-table financial contributions to politicians in Washington have allowed Big Food companies to hijack the organic industry by selling products blatantly in violation of strict organic standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The USDA fails to prosecute violators...
Antibiotics cause woman to burn from the inside out, skin falls offBy Jennifer Lilley, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) If ever there was a situation to prove, once again, that taking another person's medication can produce life-threatening results, it's the unfortunate story of California college student Yassmeen Castanada. The mother of a four-month-old daughter is wrapped entirely in bandages, 70 percent of her body covered in blisters from head to toe as she suffers from Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a very rare condition that can occur from a drug reaction. The syndrome causes the skin to burn because...
Animals instinctively turn to natural medicine to improve their healthBy Jonathan Benson, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) When animals get sick, the last thing they think of doing is heading down to the local CVS for a prescription. New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) reveals that animals both wild and domestic instinctively seek out natural remedies when illness besets them, demonstrating the true power of nature as medicine.
The phenomenon is known as zoopharmacognosy, which is derived from the root words zoo ("animal"), pharma ("drug"), and gnosy ...
Courts rule Philadelphia man must pay $280,000 that he does not oweBy J. D. Heyes, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Though it was reluctant to do so, a Pennsylvania court has issued an order that requires a Philadelphia man to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of taxes that he doesn't even owe.
As reported by PennLive.com, Commonwealth Court imposed the order for $280,772 in taxes on Nathan Lerner, even though city officials had acknowledged on the record that the tax bill he received was a "jeopardy assessment" that was based on pure fabrication.
"The problem is that Lerner didn't...
Dark green leafies and life-enhancing chlorophyllBy Dr. David Jockers, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the most powerful life-giving substances on the planet is chlorophyll. This is the pigment that gives green foods their color. Chlorophyll is the major player in the photosynthetic process which allows plants to obtain energy from light by converting the sun's rays into chemical energy. Dark green leafy veggies are nature's greatest source of life-enhancing chlorophyll.
The chlorophyll content of a food is a major indicator of the health attributes of any given plant-based...
Modern destruction of animal populations rivals extinction of dinosaurs, scientists warnBy Jonathan Benson, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Another mass extinction event may be on the way if humans don't stop killing off all the animals and destroying the environment. Several top experts in the field of evolutionary biology warn that most living species could soon meet their end unless immediate changes are made to avoid triggering a fallout rivaling that of the dinosaurs.
One such expert is Sean B. Carroll, Ph.D., from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, who worries about the growing number of animal species that...
Severe doctor shortage made far worse by ObamacareBy C.L. Doherty, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), more infamously known as Obamacare, is once again in the news due to a lack of foresight in developing and writing this law. The problem is a lack of qualified physicians to treat the newly insured and the millions more to follow. Somehow, the architects of Obamacare failed to properly address this critical topic when formulating HR 3962.
A December 7 AP article described the healthcare plight of 61-year-old Olivia Papa as she...
Three power foods that can help treat sinus infectionsBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) A sinus infection, or sinusitis, is an inflammation of the lining of the sinuses that often leads to persistent runny noses, headaches, fevers and facial pains. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, more than 37 million Americans -- almost 12 percent of the United States population -- suffer from at least one episode of acute sinusitis annually, and that number seems to be growing due to increased environmental pollution, greater urban sprawl and a growing resistance...
Air pollution from vehicles damages your lungs and cardiovascular system after just two hours on busy streetBy David Gutierrez, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Just two hours on a busy city street is enough to cause damage to your lungs and arteries, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom.
The findings came just weeks after the European Court of Justice ruled that air pollution levels in 16 British cities were so high as to place the British government in violation of EU law.
"This European Court of Justice judgement is a damning indictment of the...
Obama head fake - No executive order was ever signed for amnestyBy J. D. Heyes, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Tens of millions of Americans were outraged when, in recent weeks, they watched as President Obama addressed the nation and appeared to indicate that he was going to sign an executive order that would ostensibly grant administrative "amnesty" to as many as 5 million people in the country illegally.
"For more than 200 years, our tradition of welcoming immigrants from around the world has given us a tremendous advantage over other nations. It's kept us youthful, dynamic, and entrepreneurial...
How to get rid of lice naturallyBy Kali Sinclair, December 17 2014
The kids are back in school. Your child comes home clutching a note from the teacher in one hand as she scratches behind her ear with the other. You don't even need to open that letter to know what it says. Lice. Those lovely little itchy monsters that take up residence in the hair.
You can buy effective over-the-counter treatments from the pharmacy--shampoos, lotions, gels, and sprays. But when a product says it kills lice and their eggs on contact and keeps killing them for up...
The mass looting of pension plans begins as federal law altered to reduce pension payoutsBy J. D. Heyes, December 17 2014
(NaturalNews) No doubt in a sop to their corporate masters, a bipartisan group of lawmakers reached a deal just days ago to allow, for the first time, pension benefits of current retirees to be severely cut.
As reported by The Washington Post and MSN, the deal was necessary, say its backers, in order to save some of the most distressed pension plans. But what it will really do is pull the economic rug out from underneath millions of aged retirees when the economy remains sluggish and they are...
Website for the Health Ranger's open source 3D print project to be announced this FridayBy Mike Adams, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) This Friday I'll be announcing the new website and a 3-minute teaser video for the upcoming open-source, non-profit 3D-printable project I'm launching in early 2015.
The video will describe more details about what this project achieves, and the website will feature an email signup for people who wish to receive announcements as the project goes public.
The feature photo for this article (shown at the top) is an actual photo of one of the key parts of one of the inventions I'll...
Treasury Department seeks survival kits to prepare employees at every major bank for coming collapseBy J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) The Treasury Department is looking to buy survival kits for all of its employees who are proprietors of the federal banking system, according to a new government solicitation posted online.
As reported by The Washington Free Beacon (FB), the emergency goods and supplies are for every employee at the Office of the Comptroller and Currency -- the OCC -- which is in charge of conducting on-site reviews and audits of banks around the nation.
According to the solicitation, each survival...
'The Truth About Cancer' donates $50,000 to cancer charitiesBy Ethan A. Huff, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) A major milestone has been reached in the quest for real cancer solutions that don't involve blasting victims' bodies with more cancer-causing radiation or forcing them to undergo poisonous chemotherapy treatments that eventually kill them.
Thanks to the generous support of good folks like our own readers here at NaturalNews, many of whom helped support the cancer docu-series "The Quest for the Cures" by purchasing DVDs, The Truth About Cancer was recently able to donate $50,000...
America gone crazy: College president forced to apologize for saying "all lives matter"By J. D. Heyes, December 10 2014
(NaturalNews) In the aftermath of grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers in the deaths of black suspects in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City recently, a number of Americans have protested what they view as inherent -- and often racial -- injustice in the justice system.
Many protestors have adopted a slogan, "Black lives matter," in recent days, again to shine a light on the fact that the deceased suspects in both of these cases were African American.
Brazil on verge of violent regional wars over water rights - a sign of global trendsBy Jonathan Benson, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Persistent drought conditions that simply won't relent, according to new reports, have sparked something of a water war in Brazil, which oddly enough has more water resources than any other country in the world.
The two largest cities in the South American powerhouse, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, are currently fighting over rights to a water source that sits between them. Rio de Janeiro has long relied on the Jaguari reservoir to supply its own citizens, but now Sao Paulo wants...
Inner and outer ear infections home remediesBy Michael Edwards, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Few things are more painful than an acute ear infection - that dull ache that throbs to the beat of your heart, interrupted now and again by what feels like an ice pick stabbed through your eardrum.
All too often, we rush to treat an earache or an ear infection with antibiotics. First of all, all earaches are not infections, and all ear infections are not caused by bacteria; they may be caused by a virus or fungus instead. Antibiotics are indiscriminate killers.They kill the good...
Researchers develop natural purple and red, anthocyanin-rich potatoesBy David Gutierrez, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Scientists from the Agricultural Research Service in Beltsville, Maryland, have used conventional, non-genetic engineering techniques to produce three new varieties of potato that are exceptionally high in antioxidants. Both the skin and flesh of the potatoes are red, purple or yellow.
Some of the new varieties are particularly high in carotenoids, which give foods yellow or orange colors, while others are high in anthocyanins, responsible for red, blue and purple pigmentation. All...
There's no evidence that sewage isn't teeming with Ebola virus, according to researchers disputing WHO's claimsBy Ethan A. Huff, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Practically nothing coming out of the mouths of government health officials these days concerning the spread of Ebola virus is scientifically verifiable. And in a new study, researchers from two prominent universities in Pennsylvania challenge specific claims by the World Health Organization (WHO) that Ebola dies in waste sewage, showing that this simply isn't true based on published science.
Kyle Bibby, an assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Pittsburgh...
4 enzyme rich foods that can dramatically improve digestionBy Derek Henry, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Enzymes are very delicate nutrients that are responsible for carrying out virtually every metabolic function. We have around 3000 unique enzymes in our bodies that are involved in over 7000 enzymatic reactions. Simply put, without enzymes we would cease to function.
Unfortunately, the average diet is almost completely void of enzymes. Processed and cooked foods often completely destroy the enzyme content, leaving your body starving for this nutrient that is a key component in your...
After 2004 tsunami, newly planted mangroves protect from future disasters and increase fish populationBy C.L. Doherty, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Ten years ago this month, one of the worst natural disasters to ever affect humanity occurred in the Indian Ocean and involved a dozen nations. On December 26, 2004, the Indian Ocean Tsunami, also called the Boxing Day Tsunami, killed over 230,000 people and left millions of others homeless in 12 countries.
The coastline of Aceh, on the northernmost province of Sumatra, Indonesia, was the hardest-hit area. Over 165,000 people died in Indonesia that day, and the vast majority of them...
California mega-drought worst in 1,200 years say scientists (and it's still getting worse)By J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Despite a recent downpour of rain in parts of Southern California, the state continues to suffer through its worst drought in centuries, according to the most recent research data.
Scientists who are currently examining the collective effects of temperature, low amounts of precipitation and other factors have discovered that the drought conditions in the state (and surrounding areas) are the worst in 1,200 years. In addition, scientists and climatologists say that the worst is yet...
Man who treated stage III COPD with cannabis off all meds and back to work full timeBy Paul Fassa, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Back in April of 2014, this author presented an article about how cannabis is very helpful for COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The story of Jeff Waters, diagnosed with stage III COPD at the age of 36, was featured in that article. Some may wonder how he's doing now.
First a quick review of what COPD is. It's a strange name that describes different lung problems that aren't cancerous but very debilitating. Those you see carting around oxygen tanks that feed into their...
Obamacare architect Gruber a promoter of abortion-facilitated eugenics that targets poor black familiesBy J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Liberals love to pretend that they have so much more "compassion" than conservatives, especially for minorities, but in reality there isn't much compassion in policies that hurt minority communities by keeping them mired in failure and poverty.
A perfect example of this non-compassion was on exhibit recently by everybody's most loathed liberal, Obamacare architect and MIT professor Jonathan Gruber. Not only has he recently gotten into hot water after a citizen journalist uncovered...
Want to learn real preparedness skills now? Follow The Prepared Mind channel on YouTubeBy J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) One of YouTube's rising stars, at least in the arena of preparedness and survival, is Chris Tanner, developer of "The Prepared Mind" channel, where he discusses a range of survival topics and reviews tons of gear -- so you don't have to.
Episodes on hunting and bushcraft, firearms and, yes, gear -- everything from knives to axes and machetes -- are discussed in detail. And discussions are always accompanied by functions checks and demonstrations.
In today's busy world, it is virtually...
Five reasons why you're totally crazy if you aren't growing your own foodBy Mike Adams, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) As things get ever crazier in the world, there are more reasons than ever to grow at least some of your own food. In fact, I say you're crazy if you don't grow some food!
Here are five huge reasons why...
#1) With food prices skyrocketing, you'll save money by growing your own
Have you priced organic romaine lettuce recently? Or beautiful red peppers? With food prices continuing to skyrocket, the economics of growing your own food make more sense than ever before.
IV ozone Ebola cure documented by Dr. Rowen, then systematically suppressed by governmentBy C.L. Doherty, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Mainstream media's attention in America to the Ebola crisis in West Africa has long since wandered off, but that doesn't make the crisis any less real for the people living there. As of December 7, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is tracking a total of 17,908 cases of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. 6,373 people have died from contracting the virus, according to the report. Other countries affected by the spread of Ebola include Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Spain and...
Deadly Fukushima radiation up 50,000% as elevated radiation levels seen across North AmericaBy Ethan A. Huff, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Beta radiation levels are off the charts at monitoring sites all across North America, according to new reports. But experts are blaming these radiation spikes on practically everything except for Fukushima.
Data gathered from tracking units in California, Arizona, Illinois and elsewhere reveal radiation levels up to 50,000 percent higher than what was observed at the same time last year, and in some cases compared to levels seen this past summer.
EnviroReporter.com says the impacted...
Orange juice has 10 times more antioxidant power than previously thoughtBy David Gutierrez, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The antioxidant activity of citrus juices is 10 times higher than previously thought, according to a new analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Granada and published in the journal Food Chemistry.
Many of the chemicals that naturally occur in plant foods function as antioxidants, removing the free radical chemicals that cause cellular and DNA damage in the body and have been linked to various chronic diseases and many of the symptoms of aging. Citrus fruits are...
Ginger can treat stomach issues, boost immunity and moreBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Few herbs have received as much praise throughout history as ginger, the rhizome of the Zingiber officinale plant. Testimonials of ginger's significant medicinal properties have been recorded as far back as ancient Greece, though it was also mentioned in the ancient literature of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The ancient healing systems of China and India particularly venerated ginger, and often prescribed it to treat fatigue, poor blood circulation and nausea.(1)
Hepatitis B vaccine linked to causing multiple sclerosisBy Ethan A. Huff, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) A sudden and sharp increase in the number of multiple sclerosis (MS) cases diagnosed in France back in the mid-1990s appears to have its roots in a mass vaccination campaign for hepatitis B that was launched by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to new epidemiological data published in the journal Immunologic Research.
In accordance with WHO recommendations, France implemented a campaign in 1992 promoting hepatitis B vaccines, for which 20 million French adults -- or...
Mediterranean diet slows cellular aging, study showsBy Jennifer Lilley, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) It's no secret that the quest for maintaining longevity is a long sought-after goal for many people. A bevy of options exist, from certain exercise regimens and essential oils to fad diets and creams, many of which promise to keep aging and overall health decline at bay. However, according to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal, people need look not further than the Mediterranean diet if they want to try to live longer, healthier lives.
United States researchers...
3 indispensable digestive aids for the holiday seasonBy Derek Henry, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) As a society we tend to overeat and drink too much, often in the form of grains, sugar, dairy, and alcohol. This practice seems to be magnified during the holiday season, with family and work gatherings picking up and the pressure to create a buffet that impresses the guests in sight, smell, and taste.
Unfortunately this mindless gorging often brings consequences that we regret later, with indigestion and lethargy kicking in from the sheer amount of food and improper combinations...
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