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High vitamin D levels in pregnant women lead to stronger babiesBy David Gutierrez, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Children born to mothers with high vitamin D levels during pregnancy are significantly stronger at four years of age, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Southampton and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism in January.
"These associations between maternal vitamin D and offspring muscle strength may well have consequences for later health," lead researcher Dr. Nicholas Harvey said.
"Muscle strength peaks in young adulthood...
Family cuts added sugars from diet for entire year, discovers remarkable health benefitsBy Antonia, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) When Eve O. Schaub could hardly get through one day before running out of energy, she chalked it up as normal, nodding her head in agreement over all the television commercials that constantly sell energy-boosting products. But after looking beyond the so-called promises of energy drinks, Schaub discovered the real culprit: added sugars.
To get her family on the fast-track to better heath, they decided to omit added sugars from their diet for an entire year. "Unless the sweetness...
Monsanto pressures Sri Lanka to reverse ban on herbicide believed to be causing widespread kidney diseaseBy David Gutierrez, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Monsanto has successfully pressured the government of Sri Lanka to back off from banning its signature chemical glyphosate, commonly known by the trade name Roundup. The Sri Lankan government had moved to ban glyphosate following findings that linked it to an epidemic of kidney failure that has killed tens of thousands of agricultural workers.
For years, a rare kidney disease has been devastating farm workers in Central America, Sri Lanka and India. The cause of the disease remains...
The body naturally craves healthy foodsBy Raw Michelle, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) What would people eat if they knew nothing of the temptations of freshly baked pastries and junk foods?
According to Esther Hicks, the inspirational speaker of Abraham-Hicks that aims to instill messages of health and positivity to the masses, people would just crave "natural things." No GMOs, no processed foods, no preservatives. Sorry, fast food restaurants and potato chip commercials.
But because humans do possess an awareness of outside factors like the lure of certain smells...
Clinical trial results more honest on government website than in science journalsBy J. D. Heyes, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) An Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) analysis published recently in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that medical researchers very often presented the findings of their clinical trials in a different way on a federal government website then they did in the medical journals where their studies were published.
The reports of researchers in peer-reviewed medical journals, in fact, were very often more favorable to the drug or intervention being examined than the reports...
Self-trust and spirituality said to be essential for healthBy Antonia, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Eating a variety of whole, organic foods consisting primarily of fruits and vegetables is important when it comes to good health. They're jam-packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that do everything from improve circulation to diminish depression.
However, according to experts, staying in shape mentally and physically also has a lot to do with developing, and continuing to maintain, a positive attitude that consists of self-trust.
Advice from experts on the importance...
Why your detox is making you sick: Must-read article reveals dangers of aggressive detoxingBy Mike Adams, April 20 2014
(NaturalNews) I can't tell you how many people have told me that a "detox" protocol made them feel extremely ill. They take detox supplements, pills or tinctures, and within a few hours they suffer dizziness, diarrhea, chills, outbreaks or even vomiting. These symptoms range from mild to severe, depending on the person and what they've taken. Such is the legacy of what I'm calling "extreme detox supplements" that seem to be designed to cause as much suffering as possible while framing it all as a...
Spring detox without the juice: Cleanse while eating real foodBy Heidi Fagley, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Notice how many juices are being bottled and sold on store shelves? We're literally being inundated by juice companies striving to get our attention to buy $10 juices by the dozens, ensuring we will get everything we need to clean out our systems if we just buy the juice.
Yes, juice can be a powerful way to help support detoxing the body, and it is chock full of nutrients -- there's no arguing there -- but not all of us can fast, nor do we all want to. So what about the rest of us...
Spending money on experiences, rather than items, increases happinessBy Julie Wilson , April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) The glitz and glam of Hollywood as portrayed in Western culture unforgivingly showcases a standard of living that most Americans will never achieve. These unrealistic lifestyles projected onto the public mainly through television feature material objects like gorgeous condos, fancy cars, designer clothes and... money, and the importance of having it.
While this illusion is being projected onto the public through TV shows like The Real Housewives of New York City, or Keeping up with...
The mainstream media's shameful abandonment of freedom fighter Cliven BundyBy J. D. Heyes, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) If you know more about freedom fighters in Ukraine than you do about freedom fighters and government-caused animal atrocities at a remote ranch in Nevada, you can, once again, blame your lack of knowledge on a mainstream, corporate-owned, lockstep media that is so ideologically corrupt as to be less than worthless.
There has been a virtual media blackout of what has transpired at the southern Nevada ranch of Cliven Bundy. I say "virtual," because scores of so-called "alternative...
Wakame: an iodine-rich seaweed with impressive fat burning propertiesBy Michael Ravensthorpe, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Wakame is an edible brown seaweed native to the cold and temperate coastal areas of Korea, China and Japan. It has a delicate flavor and a slippery texture. Dried or salted wakame is often incorporated into a variety of East Asian dishes, including miyeok guk, miso soup and tofu-based salads.
Though wakame's popularity remains confined to East Asia, many natural food stores in the West have started stocking it as a supplement because of its nutritiousness.
Health benefits Fat...
Anti-pollution protest in China turns bloodyBy J. D. Heyes, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) A series of photographs published recently on the Chinese Twitter-like microblog service Weibo has shown scores of demonstrators marching along streets, an overturned car ablaze and protesters lying bloodied along the road, while still others showed paramilitary police marching in formation.
According to a report by Reuters, the violent images involving hundreds of Chinese -- though not independently verifiable by the newswire service -- caused a stir on Chinese social media, though...
Smokers three times less likely to light up if they consume fruits and vegetablesBy Raw Michelle, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) "We may have identified a new tool that can help people quit smoking," says Jeffrey P. Haibach, MPH, research author and graduate research assistant in the University at Buffalo Department of Community Health and Health Behavior.
Turns out, those "tools" are sitting right in the kitchens of people everywhere. They are none other than fresh fruits and vegetables. According to research conducted by the university, 1,000 people 25 years of age and older were surveyed about their smoking...
Research: Why some women work harder and give more, even though they aren't appreciatedBy Mike Bundrant, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) If you are a hard working woman who gives and gives, yet still feels less than, you are not alone. The research summarized below describes women with "low self-esteem" who work extra hard to maintain their marriages because they don't feel worthy.
Why don't hard working people who contribute so much feel better about themselves? Merely calling it low self-esteem fails to provide a way out. The second half of this article highlights the peculiar psychological tendency that prevents...
Ramp up heart health by eating more beansBy Dr Sofiya, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) The medical profession is pretty vocal about the dangers of LDL, or the so-called "bad," cholesterol. Having too much low-denisty lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in the body sets up a person's arteries to harden and become narrow. This condition, known as atherosclerosis, substantially raises the risks for both stroke and heart disease.
Doctors recommend that levels of LDL cholesterol be at, or below, 200 milligrams per deciliter. Levels above this number warrant intervention of some...
Long Island nursing home hired male strippers for entertainment of elderly residentsBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Staff members at a Long Island nursing home have been subjecting elderly residents to strip teases in the facility's recreational room. In an attempt to entertain the elderly residents, and themselves, nursing home staff members have engaged in hiring male strippers. One male exotic dancer was brought in for $250 and was photographed grinding in the lap of 86-year-old Bernice Youngblood.
Nursing home subjected 86-year-old to overwhelming male stripperWhen the elderly Bernice Youngblood...
Scientists warn the rise of AI will lead to extinction of humankindBy Mike Adams, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Everything you and I are doing right now to try to save humanity and the planet probably won't matter in a hundred years. That's not my own conclusion; it's the conclusion of computer scientist Steve Omohundro, author of a new paper published in the Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence.
His paper, entitled Autonomous technology and the greater human good, opens with this ominous warning (1)
Military and economic pressures are driving the rapid development...
Russia won't import GMOs, has 'enough space and opportunities to produce organic food'By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced that Russia will not import any more GMO food products or seeds.
The Russian government has taken a bold stand against genetically altered food ingredients, believing there is no need for them in their country. Medvedev also declared that Russia has "enough space and opportunities to produce organic food," and they will no longer be encouraging the production of GMOs.
He commented, "If the Americans like to eat GMO products...
Cancer-causing atrazine is world's No. 1 drinking water contaminantBy J. D. Heyes, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) For more than a half-century, North American farmers have been spraying atrazine, an herbicide, on their crops -- most notably corn -- in the millions of pounds per year.
This widespread use of the weed killer has also created no small amount of runoff, ensuring that atrazine winds up in lakes, streams and, on occasion, even drinking water, according to a recent report by Global News.
"Atrazine is the number one contaminant found in drinking water in the U.S. and probably globally[...
Antidepressants keep killing women, thereby 'curing' their depressionBy David Gutierrez, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Evidence continues to mount that even supposedly "safer" antidepressants increase women's risk of stroke and death.
One of the reasons that doctors prefer selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants to the older tricyclics is that the latter are known to have negative effects on heart function (and depression itself is already a risk factor for cardiovascular disease). Over the past five years, evidence has started to emerge that SSRIs may also increase cardiovascular...
Five health benefits of beetrootBy Sandeep Godiyal, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Beetroot, also often known as the beet, is a root vegetable that has been consumed since ancient times. Even the ancient Romans and Greeks thought beetroot had vitamins and minerals. In fact, today's studies prove that not only are they loaded with beneficial nutrients, but beetroot is an amazing way to ensure that a person stays healthy.
A root vegetable, the reddish and bulbous portion of the beetroot is grown underground while its leafy top is seen above the ground. It grows in...
Chile rejects seed patent legislation known as the 'Monsanto Law'By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The Monsanto corporate lobby travels around the world, looking for new seed markets to control. Through flattery, biotech reps try to convince government officials to create new seed patent laws that could increase a country's agricultural exports and revenue. Biotechnology is marketed as a higher-yield technology for crop production. Some countries' officials are easily hoodwinked and find ways to allow biotech corporations to take over the seed markets through new patenting laws....
CVS Pharmacy violated False Claims Act, costing states hundreds of millions of dolloars, lawsuit claimsBy PF Louis, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The real drug problems are FDA-approved. Not only do they not cure and only sometimes relieve symptoms, but they also cause side effects that create more medical problems. Many drugs are overcharged to public insurers such as Medicare, Medicaid and others. That motivates federal and state governments to go after the money through lawsuits with the help of whistleblowers. And the law that covers such claims is known as the False Claims Act.
The False Claims Act is sometimes called...
The allergies are coming: how to naturally fight their symptomsBy J. Anderson, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) As spring approaches, many of us are gearing up to battle seasonal allergies. This year, the battle may be harder because of the weather this past winter. In fact, many people are already experiencing some of the symptoms of seasonal allergies, and those might only get worse. An allergy specialist out of West Michigan, Dr. Vincent Dubravec, recently said that the release of tree pollen has been pushed backed to the start of early summer due to the weather patterns delaying spring-like...
Pollution so bad in China that residents flock to to inhale mountain air from bagsBy PF Louis, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Air pollution is not just unsightly or inconvenient; it can be lethal. As a matter of fact, the WHO (World Health Organization) has reported that 7 million deaths are attributed to air pollution annually, with 40% of those coming from China. Of course, air pollution exists to lesser degrees here too. But at least we don't have to resort to buying canned mountain air that's promoted in China.
You have a right to be skittish about buying foods or supplements from China. The heavy metal...
Monsanto and Big Food Losing the GMO and 'Natural' Food FightBy Ronnie Cummins, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) After 20 years of battling Monsanto and corporate agribusiness, food and farm activists in Vermont, backed by a growing Movement across the country, are on the verge of a monumental victory - mandatory labels on genetically engineered foods and a ban on the routine industry practice of labeling GMO-tainted foods as "natural."
On April 16, 2014, the Vermont Senate passed H.112 by a vote of 28 - 2, following up on the passage of a similar bill in the Vermont House last year. The legislation...
Reduce glaucoma risk by drinking more green teaBy Sandeep Godiyal, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Glaucoma is a condition of the eyes that can have devastating effects, particularly if it is not discovered in time to reverse or stop it. Rather than a single eye disease, glaucoma is a group of conditions that can cause damage to the optic nerve. This damage, in turn, can lead to a loss of vision. In many cases, this loss is permanent.
Glaucoma: a serious health issue for the eyeIn almost all cases, high pressure within the eye -- known as intraocular pressure -- is the cause of...
Hospitals engineer plans to make insurance companies obsoleteBy PF Louis, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Thanks to the train wreck of the government's Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare, large regional sick care providers and hospitals are sniffing the air for solutions that cut out insurance providers completely.
The complexity of Obamacare appears to be more of an insurance company bailout than an effort toward a single-payer universal healthcare system. The ACA system keeps most of those private corporate insurance companies in the loop with a system that is enforced...
People who care about justice exhibit higher-order cognition associated with reasonBy J. D. Heyes, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Individuals who are more concerned about justice are influenced more by reason than by emotion, according to a new brain scan study from the University of Chicago's Department of Psychology and Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience.
Researchers have discovered that some individuals tend to react more strongly than others to situations that invoke a sense of justice, such as seeing a person being treated unfairly or mercifully, the university said in a press release.
High-fat diet linked with increased breast cancer risk, study suggestsBy Luke Jones, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study published on April 9 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that high total and saturated fat intake are linked with a greater risk of oestrogen receptor- and progesterone receptor-positive breast cancer, as well as an increased risk of human epidermal growth factor 2 receptor-negative disease.
Sabina Sieri, Ph.D., and colleagues studied a heterogeneous cohort of 337,327 women from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC...
Online mindfulness courses can reduce stress, anxiety and depressionBy David Gutierrez, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Online mindfulness instruction can provide just as much benefit as in-person courses in reducing stress, anxiety and even depression, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oxford University and the UK Mental Health Foundation, and published in the journal BMJ Open in November 2013.
The study authors note that, although mindfulness courses have been proven to be highly successful in helping people deal with anxiety, depression and stress, there are challenges to making...
Raw food diet provides relief from Raynaud's disease symptomsBy Raw Michelle, April 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Raynaud's disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes a person's extremities to tingle, go numb and often turn white or in some cases, blue, affects a good part of thepopulation. According to the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, approximately 5 percent of people in the United States have this vascular condition.
The disease (also called a "syndrome" or "phenomenon" in its earlier, less serious stages) occurs when blood flow in the vessels is constricted, leading to numbness...
Video tour of the Natural News Forensic Food Lab: How I discovered tungsten in rice proteinBy Mike Adams, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Here's a real treat for Natural News fans: an inside look at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab featuring new scientific instrumentation hardware and a full explanation of how I discovered the heavy metal tungsten in rice protein!
Catch it all on this YouTube video that I just posted.
In this video, you'll see the ICP-MS instrumentation I use to conduct atomic spectroscopy, including the new Niagara Plus sample introduction system made by Glass Expansion. This system, which I...
Anti-anxiety drugs, sleeping pills proven to kill thousands of American each yearBy Ethan A. Huff, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) People who take prescription drugs for anxiety or to induce sleep are significantly more prone to early death than others, suggests a new study recently published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). A team of researchers from the U.K. found that taking anti-anxiety medications like Valium (diazepam) and Xanax (alprazolam), or sleeping drugs like Ambien (zolpidem), are more than twice as likely as others to die as a result of the medications.
For their research, the team from the...
Replacement for resigning Kathleen Sebelius is Bill Gates vaccine operative and Common Core pusherBy Ethan A. Huff, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) With the disastrous Obamacare nightmare now being irrationally declared a success, the Obama administration has decided to swap out former Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who recently resigned from her post, with a woman by the name of Sylvia Mathews Burwell, a former Clinton administration hack who helped aggressively push vaccines on the Third World with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for nearly a decade.
The media is awash with reports about Burwell's...
Pulitzer Prizes awarded to mainstream media outlets that censored Bundy Ranch storyBy J. D. Heyes, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Some of the most intrepid investigative news outlets that have gone to great lengths and expense to expose injustice, right wrongs and shine a blinding light of scrutiny on a range of issues important to the constitutional preservation of our Republic will never be recognized, formally at least, for what they do.
Natural News, for example, has broken a number of stories regarding the dangers of GMOs, the chicanery of agri-giants Monsanto and Syngenta, the duplicity of government...
Coffee could be key in cutting colon cancer riskBy Sandeep Godiyal, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) For years, doctors cautioned their patients against drinking too much coffee. Their fear was that the caffeinated beverage could be responsible for an uptick in cancer, especially cancers of the digestive tract such as colon cancer. In the last decade, though, physicians have come to some surprising conclusions about the real link between coffee and colon cancer.
Israeli study offers positive link between the twoIn a large study in Israel that involved 8,500 people, researchers found...
Science proves that low vitamin D leads to bone fracturesBy Ethan A. Huff, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study out of Scandinavia has affirmed the importance of maintaining high vitamin D levels for healthy bones. Researchers from Sweden, after observing more than 1,000 elderly women over a 10-year evaluation period, learned that those who maintained consistent blood levels of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD) above 50 nanomoles per liter (nmol/l) had nearly half the risk of suffering a bone fracture or osteoporosis compared to those with less than 50 nmol/l of 25OHD.
GMO cotton seeds made by Monsanto collaborator banned in Indian state after crops failBy Jonathan Benson, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Genetically modified (GM) Bt cotton produced by Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company (Mahyco), a collaborator with international biotech kingpin Monsanto, has officially been banned from the Indian state of Karnataka, a major cotton-producing region of India, after the heavily hyped transgenic crop failed to deliver on both pest resistance and yields.
Hailed by Mahyco as the answer to higher yields and improved pest resistance, the crop turned out to be a complete dud, leading to about...
Positive thoughts are connected to making healthy food choicesBy Antonia, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Can thinking positively drive people to make healthier food choices? According to experts, the answer is yes.
James Twyman, a bestselling author who believes people can attract everything they want in life, agrees that how people think can propel their life for better or worse. He feels that in addition to saying positive things (many people select mantras that they say repeatedly), individuals must also truly believe in what they are saying. In other words, what people think about...
E-cigarettes - the real 'gateway drug' for youth that leads to smoking for lifeBy S. D. Wells, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) "Hey man, want to meet by the fence after school and have a smoke? I got a vaporizer!" "Hey, these things are cool, they're not like cigarettes at all" -- This is typical talk at middle schools and high schools across the nation, where teens (and even preteens) think it's cool to smoke, because vaporizers are "cool" looking, so why not partake of the electronic cigarette frenzy, a.k.a. "e-cig," because they're certainly not as bad as cigarettes. Or are they?
Sure, by smoking electronic...
'Toxic Tours of Hell' through industry-polluted town given by New Mexico womanBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Over the past decades, it's as if a season of cold winter has befallen mankind, erasing the green and welcoming a chill of toxins and pollutants that have left people trampled on like they are just dead, brown leaves. Big agriculture and the big oil industry were invested in heavily. As energy and profit became top priority, the environment and the people's health went ignored. Regulatory agencies were erected to monitor the situation, but over time they became merely a gatekeeper for...
Protect yourself from deadly hospital errorsBy Jonathan Landsman, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) According to the HealthGrades 2011 Healthcare Consumerism and Hospital Quality in America Report, in the United States, the rate of hospital-related medical harm is estimated to be over 40,000 people - every day. In fact, in the United States alone, over 2 million people (each year) are victimized by hospital-derived infections and over 100,000 people die as a result.
Bottom line - to ensure a safe hospital stay - you must know your rights and responsibilities.
The surprising nutritional package of pure maple syrupBy Paul Fassa, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) There is quite a lot of scientific evidence regarding pure maple syrup's health benefits. University of Rhode Island (URI) assistant pharmacy professor and researcher Navindra Seeram has revealed 34 new beneficial compounds, bringing the total to 54 in pure Quebec maple syrup.
He presented research data at the 241st American Chemical Society's (ACS) National Meeting in Ahaheim, California, in March 2014.
Pure maple syrup is not to be confused with the colored fructose and sugar...
Link between radiation exposure and first and second cancers exposed by researchersBy David Gutierrez, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Large-scale population studies of survivors of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki have confirmed that radiation exposure can lead to multiple cancers that manifest separately over the course of years or decades -- a finding with implications not just in cases of nuclear accidents or attacks but also for radiation-based cancer treatments.
The landmark study was conducted by researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the Radiation Effects Research Foundation...
FDA approves portable device to reverse opioid overdose, can be used by family members and caregiversBy Antonia, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced their approval of a hand-held auto-injector device designed to reverse opioid overdose, whether the overdose is known or even suspected. The device is the first of its kind and can be given to the individual in need by family members or caregivers; a medical professional is not required to assist.
According to a press release on the FDA web site, "Evzio (naloxone hydrochloride injection) rapidly delivers a single dose...
Drought now affecting two-thirds of TexasBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The State of Texas is growing thirstier with each and every passing day, as drought conditions continue to dry up the land. According to a new drought report from the Texas Water Development Board, the Lone Star State is now experiencing "worse" drought conditions in over two-thirds of the Texas territory. Emergency preparations are already being considered, including ocean water desalination efforts.
Four-month dry period may bring Dust Bowl-like conditions for TexansA four-month...
Japan ordered to halt 'scientific' whale slaughterBy J. D. Heyes, April 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The International Court of Justice has ruled that a Japanese whaling program in the Atlantic is not designed for scientific purposes as Tokyo has claimed, and as such has ordered the program temporarily halted.
The government of Australia had filed suit against Japan in the UN's highest court for resolving such disputes between nations in a bid to end whaling in the ice-chilled Southern Ocean, the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) reported.
In reading the court's 12-4 decision...
BLM committed animal atrocities, shot cows from helicopters, constructed mass graves at Bundy RanchBy Mike Adams, April 16 2014
(NaturalNews) It is now emerging that the Bureau of Land Management committed horrific atrocities against cattle during its armed occupation and siege of the Bundy Ranch near Bunkerville, Nevada. Photos are now emerging of the mass graves where BLM hastily tried to bury the cattle they killed. BLM agents used government helicopters to run down cattle in 90+ degree heat while shooting the cows that couldn't keep up. The cattle that survived were then corralled into abusive "bovine concentration camps...
Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic pancake mixes just released by Health RangerBy Mike Adams, April 16 2014
(NaturalNews) I'm super excited today to announce the availability of my new organic, gluten-free, non-GMO pancake mixes in three delicious flavors: Blueberry-Vanilla, Banana-Pecan and Apple-Cinnamon. All three of these mixes are laboratory verified A+ or better in our heavy metals lab, and they're all based on coconut flour, not the rice flour typically used in gluten-free pancake mixes.
In this article, I reveal the development behind these new gluten-free pancake mixes while also providing...
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