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Get the proven facts on saturated fatsBy Derek Henry, April 14 2015
(NaturalNews) The desire to become healthy has become dangerously associated with our physical appearance. As a result of this obsession to be thinner, we have unscrupulously pinned the blame on fat consumption and have become label scanners instead of responsible consumers. This lack of research combined with emotional decisions has led to low fat diets that have all but eliminated saturated fats from our consumption. Is this a good idea, or a really bad experiment? Time to get your fats straight...
Google now censors anti-war website featuring images of Western human rights abusesBy J. D. Heyes, April 14 2015
(NaturalNews) A U.S.-based web site critical of interventionist conflict has alleged that Google has censored some of its content, calling the action "authoritarian" and accusing the media giant of acting like "an arm of the U.S. State Department.
The complaint from the founders of AntiWar.com, a news portal which has been online for more than a decade, came after they said Google stopped providing adverts on a number of its stories. Officials from Google said the content violated the company's...
Obamacare was "designed" as a "Reichstag fire" to nationalize healthcareBy J. D. Heyes, March 24 2015
(NaturalNews) An orthopedic surgeon and author of a recently released book detailing the pitfalls of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) says the law was designed to essentially crash the U.S. healthcare system, paving the way for complete nationalization.
Already the law has caused scores of rural hospitals to close, and hundreds more are in danger of closing, says Dr. Lee Hieb, M.D., in an interview with WorldNetDaily.
And that's exactly what the law was intended to do, he adds.
"I think that's...
Attend the Synergy in Sedona Conference to learn from experts how nutrition, health and the environment are all interconnectedBy Ethan A. Huff, April 14 2015
(NaturalNews) The 2015 Synergy in Sedona Conference is right around the corner, and this is your opportunity to learn some of the most advanced and cutting-edge natural techniques for detoxifying your body, your life and the environment.
This extraordinary conference will feature four unique speakers who will teach you about amazing concepts like scalar energy devices, cellular memory, qigong, biofeedback, dowsing and more.
Taking place from April 30 to May 3, the Synergy in Sedona Conference...
Cancers and other diseases caused by EMF radiation from cell phones, mandatory smart meters will not be covered by insuranceBy Sandy J. Duncan, March 30 2015
(NaturalNews) According to the site stopsmartmeters.org, thousands of people have complained of tinnitus, headaches, nausea, sleeplessness, heart arrhythmia, and other symptoms after a 'smart' meter was installed. The ongoing research results and evidence of the health hazards of wireless technology is growing right alongside the staggering increase of use of these devices. Smart meters are being installed all around the world and can exceed the already high FCC limits on human exposure to microwave...
Isaiah Rider pleads for help after being kidnapped and abused by profit-driven medical systemBy J. D. Heyes, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) A 17-year-old Missouri resident who was "medically kidnapped" by officials in the neighboring state of Illinois is being restricted from traveling outside the state for pain treatment, even as Illinois child protective services continue to stop him from living with his mother.
As Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reported in January after Isaiah Rider was taken to a Chicago hospital for pain treatment by his mother, he was taken by child protective services in Illinois...
Mainstream media: Pedophilia isn't a crime, but being unvaccinated isBy Ethan A. Huff, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) What constitutes legal and illegal behavior in America today is becoming increasingly more inconsistent and bizarre. Some mainstream media sources are now calling for people who make the personal choice not to vaccinate to be jailed, implying that they're criminals, while other sources are now purporting that pedophilia isn't even a crime.
A recent New York Times op-ed piece published by Harvard graduate and law professor Margo Kaplan attempts to make the case that pedophilia is...
Sellout scientists who promote industry propaganda as science - trading humanity for profitBy S. D. Wells, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) GMO is anti-science. Who knew? The biotech industry in general is wrought with fraud, hucksters, shills and lobbyists. The following is a list of hucksters and shills who "sell their souls" for money to represent whoever cuts the biggest check. It all started with Big Tobacco and thousands of doctors getting paid to say they smoke cigarettes -- and worse -- tell consumers they are good for health. Then, processed food and synthetic pharmaceuticals hit the market. People ate their way...
Morgellons Disease - A New Autoimmune Disease?By Kali Sinclair, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) What is Morgellons Disease? There are several answers to this question. Ask the CDC or far too many conventional doctors and they will tell you Morgellons disease doesn't exist, that it is a psychosomatic disorder, most likely a combination of delusional parasitosis and obsessive picking of the skin. In other words, it's all in the patient's head, except for the skin lesions caused from self abuse.
Ask a Morgellons sufferer or the rare doctor who believes this disease is real, and...
Crime drops 61 percent after town switches to private policing; free market law enforcement rising in USBy J. D. Heyes, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) A new trend is sweeping across America, and it's an idea whose time may have come: Private police forces - as in, forces that do not subsist on tax dollars or work on behalf of local, city or county governments.
As reported by the Washington Post, the idea is built on one that is older than our republic. In the days of English common law, "conservators of the peace" were individuals empowered to protect communities and businesses, using established laws and rules.
How to grow and use comfrey for gardening and medicineBy Daniel Barker, April 13 2015
(NaturalNews) The medicinal value of comfrey has been known for many centuries, and the plant is also very useful in maintaining permaculture systems. Comfrey is a native European plant that can be found growing wild in parts of the United Kingdom.
Wild comfrey is found in the damp grasslands of Europe but is also cultivated widely in the United States and elsewhere and can be found growing wild in the eastern United States. The plant has long "hairy" leaves, and its flowers can be pink, blue...
Energy-hungry desalination plants will turn all California residents into global warming sinners and destroyers of lifeBy Mike Adams, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) The irony is inescapable: In reaction to the historic drought that has transformed the California dream into California dust, the state is now embarking on the construction of a wave of desalination plants that will turn ocean water into fresh water. Tragically, these power-hungry desalination plants will be running primarily on fossil fuel-generated electricity, meaning that California residents will have to commit global warming crimes (i.e. producing carbon dioxide) every time they...
Mainstream media's long history of hysterical hoaxes: California wine arsenic is just the latestBy J. D. Heyes, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) Be it sensationalism, the need to satisfy advertisers or because editors and reporters merely have an ideological or political motive, today's mainstream media can always be counted on to create, perpetuate and even expand "stories" that turn out to be fabrications, hoaxes or outright lies.
In recent weeks, for example, a number of news outlets -- USA Today, the New York Daily News, CBS This Morning, Fox Business and others -- ran with a "scare story" regarding a lawsuit which claimed...
Drinking just one cup of coffee daily can slash liver cancer risk by 14%By Amy Goodrich, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) Coffee, a sometimes controversial beverage which many of us start our day with, may not be as bad as some of us think.
While it is true that too much of this warming pick-me-up drink can disrupt sleep, raise heart rate and blood pressure, and mess up digestion, drinking just one cup of coffee a day may undo liver damage and reduce the risk of liver cancer by 14 percent, according to a new update published by the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).
The update is part of their ongoing...
Global nuclear industry experiencing a "renaissance" as radioactive waste fills the Pacific OceanBy David Gutierrez, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) Even as radioactive waste from the Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to pour into the Pacific Ocean, the world's nuclear industry is undergoing a different kind of explosion.
"Right now, the nuclear renaissance is happening, and it's happening in East Asia," said Geoffrey Rothwell, an economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Despite the Fukushima disaster, many countries are building newer, more massive nuclear reactors. According to the International...
Forty-seven percent of US households live paycheck to paycheck as families struggle to save money in poor economyBy J. D. Heyes, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) There has been some good news lately regarding the U.S. economy: Jobs are coming back in appreciable numbers - finally - and more Americans are having an easier time earning a living than at the height of the Great Recession.
But there is still plenty of bad news, economically, in the world's richest country. For example, a new study has shown that almost half of American families live from one payday to the next.
According to Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slok, some 47 percent of Americans...
Fascist lawmaker introduces bill to criminalize filming policeBy J. D. Heyes, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) The use of body cameras by police, according to a recent study - the first of its kind - reduces "use of force" incidents as well as "complaints against officers."
Reducing incidents of violence between police and suspects are good things, especially in this day and age when deadly shootings between police and unarmed suspects has created an extremely hyper-sensitive environment between departments and the communities they are there to serve.
However, when it comes to the general...
Stay away from the corporate aisles and you can avoid cancerBy S. D. Wells, April 12 2015
(NaturalNews) Walk down the center aisles of any major grocery store and you'll see that most items contain multiple carcinogens approved by the FDA. They're typically labeled as an additive, preservative, or some other protective-sounding word or phrase, but it's all the same.
For example, peaches in pesticide-laden high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) are sealed in a can with toxic aluminum and bisphenol-A (BPA), which can leach into foods and cause everything from tumors to learning disabilities...
"I'm really scared": Isaiah Rider speaks out after being kidnapped and abused by profiteering medical systemBy Ethan A. Huff, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) Yet another case of medical kidnapping by the government has surfaced in America, this time involving a 17-year-old young man from Missouri who's currently being held captive by the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS) with no end in sight.
Isaiah Rider of Kansas City suffers from a rare neurological condition that results in extremely painful tumors forming on his nerves, seemingly without cause. His mother Michelle, seeing Isaiah's extreme pain, tried to help...
Media renews calls for marijuana prohibition in "Reefer Madness" hysteria after pot-related suicideBy David Gutierrez, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) Following a tragic incident in which a young man killed himself after consuming five times the safe level of edible marijuana, media outlets raised the question of whether recent legalization measures should be rolled back. Unfortunately, such a slant reflects neither the facts of the case nor the real chemical threats to consumer health.
Twenty-three-year-old Luke Goodman was on a two-week family ski vacation in Colorado when he and his cousin, Caleb Fowler, purchased edible marijuana...
Thought obedience demanded in America as college professor bans student for discussing opinions on rapeBy J. D. Heyes, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) Once upon a time, American college campuses were bastions of free expression and free speech, exemplifying all the rights the founding fathers intended the First Amendment to convey.
But no more. Increasingly, university campuses are becoming controlled speech zones, where dissent or even differences of opinion - that is, opinions that don't jibe with those deemed politically correct - are no longer tolerated and even punished.
The latest example of this kind of authoritarian...
Facebook will now track users' finances in addition to social contacts, employment, health status, political affiliationBy J. D. Heyes, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) In its bid to become the provider - and tracker - of all things to all humans, Facebook has announced that it is entering the peer-to-peer money transferal market.
The initiative is meant to rival PayPay, and it revolves around Facebook's Messenger app. According to the Financial Times, the Silcon Valley-based social media company is trying to compete with PayPal, Square and other payment providers and, eventually, even large banks, following an announcement that users will be able...
Congressman resigns after being called out for defrauding taxpayers, but will still keep $3.3M in campaign funds and government pensionBy J. D. Heyes, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) Even when Americans are able to force corrupt politicians from office, it often doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things because their crimes do pay - and pay well.
Disgraced Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Illinois, is being forced to resign from Congress at the end of March. But he still controls $3.3 million in political funds (previous contributions) and he will also be eligible for a federal pension when he turns 62 - that is, if he is not convicted of committing crimes while serving...
Gerson Therapy for Breast Cancer: Is It Right For You?By Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) Gerson Therapy™ was developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1930's. It was originally created as a treatment for his own migraine headaches. Since then, with the aid of his daughter, well-known health advocate Charlotte Gerson, the therapy has helped thousands of individuals achieve a better quality of life and, in some cases, a full recovery from degenerative illnesses and diseases like cancer.
Gerson Therapy ™uses extensive juice intake, organic vegetarian meals, coffee...
Amazing Food Rising photos show Health Ranger growing strawberries, peppers, tomatoes and 14-day micro greens... OH MY!By Mike Adams, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) The Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow Boxes are really rocking! As the pictures reveal below, I've been able to grow strawberries, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, micro greens and much more using the Food Rising grow systems (now available at SupplySource.com) while exerting almost no effort at all.
The Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow Box is:
• Completely non-electric.
• Has no circuit boards, pumps or motors.
• Uses no soil.
• Uses a very strong HDPE container that's BPA...
Plant these 7 survival crops to prepare for ultimate self-relianceBy Daniel Barker, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) If you have the space, growing your own food is one of the best ways to survive a SHTF scenario. A reasonably good-sized backyard garden can provide enough food to substantially supplement your daily diet and help you maintain your self-sufficiency, whether you are dealing with a long-term emergency situation or not.
Starting a garden now, before you actually need it for survival in the event societal collapse occurs or the power grid goes down, is obviously preferable.
No longer a conspiracy theory: Wall Street investors now openly admit the "markets are all rigged"By J. D. Heyes, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) "The stock market is rigged."
That's the first line in a recent column by New York Post financial writer John Crudele. And while the tendency for many -- especially anyone who is struggling to get by -- is to instinctively believe him (using the because ALL rich people are greedy liars mentality), making such a bold claim really should require some evidence. Some proof.
Well, Crudele has provided it. And actually, the claim is nothing new; he's been making it off and on for a...
Heart doctor admits vaccines are dangerousBy Jonathan Landsman, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) As a board-certified cardiologist, Dr. Jack Wolfson has done hundreds of angiograms and performed many other conventional procedures like, placing pacemakers inside the body. But, after thousands of medical procedures, Dr. Wolfson started to realize a shocking truth about conventional cardiology.
Heart doctor admits Western medicine will never cure heart disease. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, heart patients will finally hear the truth about reversing heart disease; how vaccines...
Erythritol: a natural, low calorie alternative to refined sugarBy Michael Ravensthorpe, April 11 2015
(NaturalNews) As word continues to spread about the damaging health effects of refined sugar, the number of commercially available sugar alternatives has also increased. Unfortunately, many sugar alternatives can be just as undesirable as sugar itself. Saccharin and acesulfame K, for example, are unnatural products whose long-term effects on the human body remain unknown. High fructose agave syrup is proven to cause havoc with our blood sugar levels. And aspartame, of course, needs no introduction...
Paul Offit's vaccine lies deconstructed: A mind-blowing interview with Dr. Suzanne HumphriesBy Mike Adams, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Suzanne Humphries, MD, is an internal medicine and kidney specialist who received conventional medical education. After seeing mainstream doctors and hospital staff categorically ignore routine vaccine injuries occurring in her patients, Dr. Humphries began researching vaccine science which validated her concerns about the injections.
Dr. Humphries, who co-authored Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History in 2013, recently joined Jonathan Landsman for an...
America's doctors kill themselves at unprecedented ratesBy David Gutierrez, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) According to a 2005 article in the medical journal JAMA, male doctors are 70 percent more likely to kill themselves than other male professionals. Female doctors are an astonishing 250 to 400 percent more likely to take their lives than their non-doctor counterparts.
Why do U.S. doctors kill themselves at such an astonishingly high rate? While no one cause is obviously to blame, concerned observers are increasingly pointing the finger at a medical system that, from day one, fails...
73% of pregnant women are deficient in essential omega-3s, but Big Pharma says they are only deficient in vaccinesBy David Gutierrez, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Seventy-three percent of pregnant women are failing to meet the daily recommended intake of long-chain omega-3s, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary and published in the journal Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. This could deprive their babies of nutrients required for healthy brain development.
The omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids include alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA...
Media panics over measles cases, but gives government a pass for housing possible Ebola patients in hotels open to the publicBy Jonathan Benson, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) In the U.S. today, you can't even attend public school unless you're fully vaccinated for a battery of mostly mild childhood conditions (or unless you use an appropriate vaccine exemption that is in danger of being eliminated). But the federal government now feels that it's no big deal to ship in possible Ebola victims and house them at unprotected public hotels in major U.S. cities for "monitoring," according to new reports.
Eleven American aid workers from West Africa who may have...
School emotionally traumatizes gifted 11-year-old for possessing a leaf at schoolBy J. D. Heyes, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Before public school officials and teachers actually accuse a student of possessing something they are not supposed to have, perhaps it would be a great idea for them to actually know what they are talking about first, lest they inadvertently cause emotional pain and angst to the hapless student.
As reported by the Roanoke (Virginia) Times, what may have sounded like slam-dunk case "in a zero-tolerance age" regarding what officials believed was a contraband drug turned out to be...
Five ingredients that poison your brainBy Derek Henry, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) There is no shortage of things driving us crazy in the world today, but there are some things that could do it in a shorter amount of time. These gut disturbing, liver compromising, and brain damaging ingredients have come from the "infinite genius" of man, and have clearly ruined our ability to think clearly.
Avoid these 5 ingredients scrupulously, and watch your brain function improve:
Gluten Gluten is a common protein molecule found in wheat, barley, rye, kamut, and spelt....
Top 10 vulnerable moments that send former smokers back to cigarettesBy S. D. Wells, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Most former smokers know the feeling of needing a cigarette in order to deal with a certain situation, and if they can work their way through that initial craving, then it's possible to remain a healthier individual. As such, a person can add years to their life, which likely would not have been the case if they started smoking again.
Why is it that some people are able to maintain their ability to stop smoking while those who once quit -- even for a long while -- choose to resume...
FTC caved to corporate pressure from Google - released documents reveal cover-upBy J. D. Heyes, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Years ago, when Larry Page and Sergey Brin launched a little search engine they called "Google," no doubt they were thinking big. But surely they could not have envisioned that someday, their company would grow to be so rich and powerful that it had the ability to influence the outcome of criminal investigations by agencies of the federal government.
And yet, that's exactly what happened recently, when the company's executives managed to successfully intervene in an investigation...
Common herbicides spur antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria, study findsBy David Gutierrez, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Herbicides commonly used for both agriculture and home can induce antibiotic resistance in equally common disease-causing bacteria, according to a study conducted by researchers from Mexico and New Zealand and published in the journal mBio.
"Every day you see in the news that there are concerns about the ever increasing frequency of antibiotic resistance in bacteria that can cause disease in people and our animals," researcher Jack Heinemann said in an interview with GMWatch. "Anything...
Dead zone-forming algae could be used to enrich soils and produce biofuel, say scientistsBy David Gutierrez, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) Farmers may be able to harness the algal blooms caused by agricultural runoff into a viable product, thereby preventing dead zones in not just local waterways but across larger regions, according to a new study conducted by researchers from and presented at the 249th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society in March.
Algae harvested in this fashion could be turned into fertilizer or sold for biofuel production, the researcher said.
"I grew up on a farm, and...
Warm water currents melting Antarctic glaciers?By David Gutierrez, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) An international research team has discovered that warming ocean currents are undercutting one of Antarctica's largest glaciers, with potentially catastrophic and irreversible consequences. The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, found that warm water is actually flowing underneath the glacier, melting it from the inside out.
"The Totten Glacier is the most rapidly thinning glacier in East Antarctica and this melt has the potential to drive substantial regional ice...
Researchers warn about overprescription of psych meds for dementia and recommend holistic approachBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, April 10 2015
(NaturalNews) A recent report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office addresses the bombastic overuse of anti-psychotic medication for suppressing behavior problems in dementia patients. The report finds that one-third of elders with dementia who stayed in a nursing home in 2012 were prescribed an anti-psychotic medication. Of elders living at home with dementia, 14 percent were prescribed the drugs as well. It's a trend that should startle any caregiver or family member.
When the behavioral...
Big Pharma's exorbitant cancer drug prices are due to corrupt monopolies, not development costs, study showsBy J. D. Heyes, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) Authors of a new report published online in Mayo Clinic Proceedings say that dramatically higher prices for cancer medications are beginning to have a negative effect on patient care in the U.S., as well as the American health care system overall.
"Americans with cancer pay 50 percent to 100 percent more for the same patented drug than patients in other countries," wrote S. Vincent Rajkumar, M.D., of Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, one of the authors of the recently posted report. "As...
CNN covers up government plan to put Ebola patients in U.S. hotelsBy J. D. Heyes, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has long since disappeared from the radars of the world's news media, with coverage falling off dramatically from its peak last year.
That is especially true in the United States, but that coverage could soon change if a policy being pursued by the federal government's premier health agency backfires. And as of right now, one mainstream news channel - CNN - may actually be covering up some important details.
According to The Organic Prepper web...
Big Pharma generates $77.5 billion in revenue for every $1 million they give to corrupt politiciansBy J. D. Heyes, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) In American politics, money equals speech, so it stands to reason that a lot of money equals a lot of speech. The U.S. Supreme Court, in its 2010 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case, ruled as much - and it has led to "unprecedented amounts of outside spending" in elections since, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
And while many applauded the high court's ruling as a victory for political "free speech" and the First Amendment, others have roundly criticized...
Nobody wants or needs GM potatoes, so why is Big Biotech intent on pushing it?By David Gutierrez, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) In November, the U.S. Department of Agriculture granted approval to biotech company Simplot's "Innate" variety of genetically modified (GM) potatoes. Yet in response to campaigns by GMO critics, both Frito-Lay and McDonald's have pledged not to use GM potatoes.
"McDonald's USA does not source GMO potatoes, nor do we have current plans to change our sourcing practice," a company spokesperson said.
"This GM potato appears to be yet another GMO white elephant," wrote Claire Robinson...
Is synthetic folic acid toxic to your body? Research suggests 'yes'By Ethan A. Huff, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) One of the major pitfalls that many people encounter, often unknowingly, when trying to adopt a cleaner, healthier lifestyle is the synthetic vitamin deception. A great many of those inexpensive, mass-produced nutritional supplements you see lining the shelves at drug stores and big box retailers contain synthesized versions of real nutrients that aren't bioavailable or even healthy -- or in the case of folic acid, are entirely detrimental to one's health.
Folic acid is one of the...
Coconut flour: What is it and how to best use itBy Dr. David Jockers, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) Coconut has been traditionally cultivated for its raw coconut meat, oil, milk, water and most recently for its flour. The Philippines is now the largest coconut producing country and was the first to produce flour as a byproduct from its production of coconut milk (1, 2). The growing demand for the use of natural, non-toxic plants as medicinal aids to prevent and treat illness has highlighted the various health benefits of consuming coconut products.
Many researchers now recommend...
How corporate media pushes immunizations while censoring data that would expose vaccine dangersBy Ethan A. Huff, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) The way the mainstream media continues to hype this latest measles "outbreak" is appalling, especially considering that measles is a benign condition not much different from chicken pox or the common cold in terms of mortality risk. Everywhere you look these days, the corporate spin machine is hounding people to get vaccinated in order to prevent disease outbreaks, but from where does all this unsubstantiated fear-mongering stem?
It can all be traced right back to the pharmaceutical...
Big Food corporations adopt small business disguises to trick consumersBy Julie Wilson staff writer, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) Next time you're feeling good about yourself for choosing a local mom and pop eatery over a big chain restaurant like Olive Garden or Red Lobster, you may want to do a little leg work first. While smaller, independently owned restaurants are known for their locally sourced ingredients and an overall vibe that screams "better-quality food and drinks," they may not all be what they seem.
With more and more consumers turning toward healthier, whole and non-GMO foods, Big Food has cleverly...
How plumbing (not vaccines) eradicated diseaseBy Joel Edwards, April 9 2015
(NaturalNews) Vaccines get all the glory, but most plumbers will tell you that it was water infrastructure - sewage systems and clean water - that eradicated disease, and they're right.
Polio thrives in fecal matter and is easily transmitted through human waste. Plumbing and water sanitation in India is way behind the rest of the industrialized world. In areas where sanitation and hygiene are good, polio is rare. In areas where sanitation and hygiene are poor, the disease can spread rapidly.
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