Authored By: GreenMedInfo Research Group Chances are you can find fresh blackberries pretty easily in your local market. But black raspberries (Rubus occidentalis) are a different story. And they are worth seeking out All berries are good sources of antioxidants but black raspberries take top prize. According to Oregan State University Department of Food Science … Read more6 Proven Reasons to Eat the OTHER Black Berry
Science has raised the alarm about how we have mistreated friends and allies, our oral bacteria. Now is the time for peace, love, and understanding. Authored By WellnessWhiz Jack Those of us who enjoy microbiology often, fondly, refer to the bacteria, spirochetes, and other denizens of the mouth as bugs. For those with an extra dose of … Read moreOral Bacteria: Bugs in Your Mouth!
As published on GalacticConnection.com. We are not stating that this is any type of alien invasion…..it is nonetheless interesting.
Authored By Robert Lamb If you could travel back in time five centuries, you’d encounter a thriving Aztec empire in Central Mexico, a freshly painted “Mona Lisa” in Renaissance Europe and cooler temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere. This was a world in the midst of the Little Ice Age (A.D. 1300 to 1850) and a period of … Read moreWhat Will Earth Look Like In 500 Years?
Like him or not, Glenn Beck is very good at presenting complicated materials. In this video he lays out the Deep State’s slow, lengthy plan to control governments and peoples. Timely, as this includes the ties to Ukraine and the impeachment hearings.
Authored By Arjun Walia Science is revealing various mindfulness techniques that can literally change and restructure our brain. Neuroscientist Sara Lazar from Mass General and Harvard Medical School is one of the latest to illustrate this. After she sustained running injuries, she took up yoga. It had a tremendous effect on her, which inspired her … Read moreNeuroscience Reveals How A 50-Year-Old Can Have The Brain Of A 25-Year-Old
From our friends at WeLoveMassMeditation.com. Since June 2019, there have been lots of protests in Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill. Most of the previous protests were peaceful, and the Hong Kong government has suspended the bill after a major protest on June 15th. https://www.scmp.com/video/hong-kong/3014716/scenes-hong-kongs-second-straight-sunday-massive-anti-extradition-bill https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jun/10/what-are-the-hong-kong-protests-about-explainer However, the protests continue with the demonstrators demanding … Read moreURGENT! Meditation for peace in Hong Kong daily at 1:30 PM UTC
Waorani community members participate in an assembly in Pastaza. Authored by Mitch Anderson In July, a court in Ecuador issued a ruling with profound implications for the urgent fight to save the imperiled Amazon rainforest. The decision effectively blocked a planned government oil auction that threatened half-a-million acres of some of the world’s most biodiverse primary rainforest. … Read moreBattle of Amazon Indigenous Communities To Preserve Their Way Of Life Continues
Authored By Ty Bollinger How receptive are most oncologists to using alternative cancer therapies for their patients? Not surprisingly, most medical practitioners are apprehensive to their patients utilizing cancer treatments that are not considered “standard of care.” But not for the reasons you may think…which will be explained later in this article. Most physicians interviewed … Read moreWhat Most Doctors REALLY Think About Alternative Cancer Treatments
Authored By James Corbett Deathly Support Is it really worthwhile To take on to this fight When those who rule embody guile And always employ formidable might? Is the assertion of personal essence enough When the larger goal is gone? And the world is ever more cruel and rough With no-one able to atone. To think, … Read moreTruth At Last: The Assassination of Martin Luther King