Oncologists Accidental Discovery – The Juice That Kills Cancer

Recently, a group of Canadian scientists discovered that there’s an effective herb that can kill cancer naturally and without side-effects in just 2 days!

 Terrific news come from the University of Windsor, where scientists have been examining the effects of dandelion against cancer since 2009. The project started when one oncologist discovered a relation between dandelion root tea and lower risk of cancer.Pamela Ovadje is a post-doctoral candidate at the University who found the benefits of the root. “One oncologist who worked with us, told us the unbelievable improvement in a patient’s daily drinking tea from dandelion root.

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Turmeric Extract May Prevent, Even Reverse Diabetes (Type 1 and 2)

What if the long sought after “cure” for diabetes was as safe, affordable, and accessible as a spice sitting in your kitchen cupboard?

Leave your drugs in the chemist’s pot if you can cure the patient with food.”

-Hippocrates, 420 BC

Slowly but surely the world is waking up to the reality that diabetes is not only a preventable but a reversible condition, and that the drug-based model of symptom suppression and disease management has fatal flaws. For instance, some of the drugs used to treat type 2 diabetes actually increase the risk of death, with a recent study showing GMO insulin given to type 2 diabetics may lead to the development of so-called “double diabetes“: type 2 and type 1 diabetes, together. Clearly, if medicine can’t at least abide by its founding principle to “do no harm,” it must seek the answer somewhere other than from the “chemist’s pot.”

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Sugar Recommendations Are Based On “60 Years Of Industry Manipulation Of Science”

Ahhhh, the sweet sugar industry, willing to fudge any numbers to make suckers out of us. All puns aside, this is exactly what the sugar industry did back in the 1960s. Specifically, the Sugar Research Foundation (SRF) secretly funded research at Harvard to downplay sugar’s possible link to coronary heart disease (CHD). The goal was to shift attention to fats as a greater hazard. In the end, the sugar industry succeeded.

Sugar Recommendations are Based on Biased Research

An ongoing investigation by Stanton Glantz from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), revealed that the sugar industry funded a review published in theNew England Journal of Medicine in 1967. This review “singled out fat and cholesterol as the dietary causes of coronary heart disease and downplayed evidence that sucrose consumption was also a risk factor.” In the end, this sugar industry-funded study shaped the overall discussion around heart disease.

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9 Mind Expanding Health Documentaries That Really Let You Know What’s Going On With Big Food

Over the past decade or so, there has been a radical shift in regards to the focus we put on our health and what it truly means to be healthy.

We now know, without a doubt, that our diet, lifestyle and environmental factors absolutely play a role in the potential development of disease and that we, ourselves, do play a direct role in our health from the choices that we make every day.

What used to generally be thought of as out of our control, many are becoming aware that in a large way we have a choice in our overall health.

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5 Huge Benefits of Fasting

We are conditioned to eat. It doesn’t matter what culture or where we are geographically located, we always set up patterns to eat at certain times of the day. We even do it unconsciously. What if we broke that pattern? What if we broke the patten for days? Intermittent fastingallows the body to use fat as it’s primary source of energy instead of sugar and there are five huge benefits.

1. Our Ancestors Did It

Before the development of agriculture 10,000 or so years ago, humans survived on more irregular food intake due to their hunter-gatherer lifestyle. Fasting was a fact of life in hunter-gatherer societies. Humans evolved to function well physically and mentally even amid fasting conditions. So it can be postulated that this system of skipping and even days without meals, has benefited human societies for a long period of time.

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Goodbye Organ Donation – Scientists Generated Healthy Lung Tissue From Man’s Own Stem Cells

Breaking news – fantastic!

“The research signifies that the revival of human organs has stepped out of the lab and into clinical application.”

For the time being, research has seemingly ebbed from the use of embryonic stem cells. Not only for their controversy but also their expense, difficulty and inconsistent success rate. However, we have within ourselves regenerative stem cells that repair the body and go anywhere they are needed. So they do not have the complications of other cell or transplant therapies. Stem cell therapy is one of the more recent breakthroughs that not only may go down in history, but also has researchers holding the “M”-word on their tongues – miracle. 

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64% Of Bottled Water Is Tap Water, Costs 2000x More

Research Exposes $16 Billion Bottled Water Industry’s Predatory Marketing Practices

Bottled water companies have relied on predatory marketing practices and exorbitant lobbying efforts to sell Americans on the inaccurate belief that pre-packaged water is cleaner and safer than tap water—a notion that is costing U.S. households about $16 billion per year.

In a new report entitled “Take Back the Tap,” Food & Water Watch explains that 64 percent of bottled water comes from municipal tap water sources—meaning that Americans are often unknowingly paying for water that would otherwise be free or nearly free.

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Magnesium’s Importance Far Greater Than Previously Imagined

Calcium deficiency is a common nutritional concern, but how many folks consider the vital importance of magnesium in human health and disease?  

New research published in the journal BMC Bioinformatics indicates that magnesium’s role in human health and disease is far more significant and complicated than previously imagined.

While it is well known that all living things require magnesium, and that it is found in over 300 enzymes in the human body, including those enzymes utilizing or synthesizing ATP (the molecular unit of currency for energy transfer), the new studied titled, “3,751 magnesium binding sites have been detected on human proteins,” indicates that a deficiency of magnesium may profoundly affect a far wider range of biological structures than previously understood.[i]

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Major Key To Transgenderism! Bisphenol A Creates Baphomets And It’s In 16000 Food Products

Major Key To Transgenderism!!! Bisphenol A Creates Baphomets And It’s In 16000 Food Products!!!  Dangerous Gender Bending Plastics/Receipt/Aluminum Chemical Is In 90% American Blood!!!! Detox From Bisphenol A In 10 Days!!! Theory: Much Transgenderism Is Chemical-Based Therefore It Can Be Detoxed Away!!!

There may be someone who is genuinely transgender… but it’s looking like since plastics are everywhere and Bisphenol A is in the majority’s blood, that many transgender tendencies are thus chemical-based and can be dealt with, with a good cleaning of the blood!!

1.  Transgenderism is associated with baphomet (satanic male being with female boobs) …a symbol of what appears when a species ’strays from God’.

Here is a baphomet… often associated with a time of chaos where everything goes wonky…the end of the age of Picses and the beginning of age of Aquarius has brought us lots of chaos… up is down, right is left, right is wrong, male is female… essentially there has been a push from deep hidden forces to slowly turn everything backwards for humanity.

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7 Ways Milk and Dairy Products Are Making You Sick

Today, Americans consume an enormous amount of dairy. The intake of the average American is estimated to be over 600 pounds of dairy products per year.[1]

Dairy foods (including cow’s milk) have not been part of the diet of adults for the vast majority of human evolution.[2] We’ve only been consuming these foods for about 7,500 years,[3] compared to the roughly 200,000 years humans have been around (with our basic biochemical functionality evolving still a few million years before that).[4]

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