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Time-restricted eating is the best way to lose weight and keep it off

Timing is everything, especially when it comes to eating. This is what a group of scientists recently found in an experiment on 12-week old male mice fed a high-fat diet eight hours a day. One group were subjected to time-restricted feeding (tRF), while another ate food any time they wanted (ad lib feeding). The scientists reported that tRF mice […]

Why do many women experience breast cancer recurrence after a mastectomy?

If you find out you have breast cancer, your first instinct might be to get rid of it using whatever means possible. Having a mastectomy isn’t a decision any woman takes lightly, of course, but, for many, the idea of sacrificing your breast to be cancer-free seems like a fair trade to make. Unfortunately, however, […]

Student Suicide Clusters – Is Microwave Radiation And Its Technology To Blame?

This is very sad and no-one is looking in the right places nor asking the right questions. Nine students from the University of Bristol (UK) committed suicide during the past two years. Bristol University is blaming the students themselves, arguing they suffered ‘mental health problems’. One student was on campus for just 3 weeks and […]

Man In Jail Died Of “Kratom Overdose” – Physically Impossible For Several Reasons

By Markab Algedi At Florida’s Indian River County jail, an autopsy report released last week claimed that a man died from a kratom overdose. People who use kratom understand that an overdose on the leaf material is about as impossible as overdosing on weed, but for the past several months and in particular since September 2017, several suspicious […]

Elderly women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail

Older women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail than those who don’t, according to a study published in the journal Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics. The study suggested that even though regular physical activity may help elderly women enhance their mobility, it may not help with their muscle strength and endurance. A […]

We Should All Know These 7 Things about Our Blood Type!

There are four main ones when it comes to blood type and those are type A (Agrarian), type B (Bavarian), Type O (Original hunter) and type AB, which is the most common one and it has the strongest immune system. Apart from all of these, there are more than 400 blood type subcategories and they all depend […]

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  • Student Suicide Clusters – Is Microwave Radiation And Its Technology To Blame?

    Student Suicide Clusters – Is Microwave Radiation And Its Technology To Blame?

    This is very sad and no-one is looking in the right places nor asking the right questions. Nine students from the University of Bristol (UK) committed suicide during the past two years. Bristol University is blaming the students themselves, arguing they suffered ‘mental health problems’. One student was on campus for just 3 weeks and […]
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    Elderly women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail

    Older women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail than those who don’t, according to a study published in the journal Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics. The study suggested that even though regular physical activity may help elderly women enhance their mobility, it may not help with their muscle strength and endurance. A […]
  • It is important to prioritize some “down time” – tips for incorporating short respites into your day

    It is important to prioritize some “down time” – tips for incorporating short respites into your day

    It’s not bad to prioritize school or work, but don’t forget to take some time off so you can relax and recharge. Overworking yourself will do more harm than good, and you can even get sick if you don’t get enough rest. According to a Daily Mail survey, these are 10 common reasons why people are unable to relax: Anxiety “Switching […]
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    Work Less – Our Lives Depend On It

    By David Spencer, University of Leeds The May bank holiday is intimately linked to labour history and to struggles over time spent at work. In the US, May Day has its origins in the fight for an eight-hour work day at the end of the 19th century. This fight was – and remains – a quest for a broader […]
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    Is Eugenics Alive, Well And Actually Thriving Today?

    Op-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich What is eugenics, you may be wondering? There are confused interpretations of that term, especially when it is not recognized for what it originally had been intended to mean, i.e., [T]he science of improving a human population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. Developed largely by […]
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    Most University Medical Research Brought To You By Big Pharma

    By Brandon Turbeville Partly a result in the decrease in government funding in innovation, health, science, and general development and partly a result of the close connection between major corporations, government, and academia, there has been a major increase in the “financial partnerships” between universities and Big Pharma over the past several years. Once a relatively […]
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    Sleep Disorders, Are You At Risk?

    Everyone knows that a good nights sleep is vital for mental, emotional, and even spiritual health. When we develop sleep disorders and our bodies and minds do not receive enough true rest the results can be devastating. While sleep issues can affect anyone at any age the focus of our current study was on those […]
  • 11-Year-Old Docked Points for Not Bashing Trump

    11-Year-Old Docked Points for Not Bashing Trump

    To say that some people dislike Donald Trump may well be the understatement of the year. It’s hard to imagine any duly elected president seeing so many protests, yet here we are. It’s so bad that now an 11-year-old in Annadale, New York, was docked 15 points on a homework assignment because she failed to […]
  • Dr G. Broderick: They Put Dogs and Cats into the pet Food?

    Dr G. Broderick: They Put Dogs and Cats into the pet Food?

    Listen to the replay of my GCN radio show. This one features important information you need to know if you have pets! Dr. G. Broderick is my special guest. http://gcnlive.com/JW1D/index.php/archivespage?showCode=71&thedate=2018-05-06&todate=x
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    Glyphosate – What’s Your Level Of Exposure?

    By ANH-USA ANH-USA staff underwent testing for glyphosate exposure, and the results were shocking! Action Alert! Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, is a toxic chemical that is becoming virtually ubiquitous in the modern world. Exposure to this chemical is associated with a number of health concerns, including cancer. A number of alarming reports also suggest that […]
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  • Time-restricted eating is the best way to lose weight and keep it off

    Time-restricted eating is the best way to lose weight and keep it off

    Timing is everything, especially when it comes to eating. This is what a group of scientists recently found in an experiment on 12-week old male mice fed a high-fat diet eight hours a day. One group were subjected to time-restricted feeding (tRF), while another ate food any time they wanted (ad lib feeding). The
  • Why do many women experience breast cancer recurrence after a mastectomy?

    Why do many women experience breast cancer recurrence after a mastectomy?

    If you find out you have breast cancer, your first instinct might be to get rid of it using whatever means possible. Having a mastectomy isn’t a decision any woman takes lightly, of course, but, for many, the idea of sacrificing your breast to be cancer-free seems like a fair
  • Student Suicide Clusters – Is Microwave Radiation And Its Technology To Blame?

    Student Suicide Clusters – Is Microwave Radiation And Its Technology To Blame?

    This is very sad and no-one is looking in the right places nor asking the right questions. Nine students from the University of Bristol (UK) committed suicide during the past two years. Bristol University is blaming the students themselves, arguing they suffered ‘mental health problems’. One student was on campus
  • Man In Jail Died Of “Kratom Overdose” – Physically Impossible For Several Reasons

    Man In Jail Died Of “Kratom Overdose” – Physically Impossible For Several Reasons

    By Markab Algedi At Florida’s Indian River County jail, an autopsy report released last week claimed that a man died from a kratom overdose. People who use kratom understand that an overdose on the leaf material is about as impossible as overdosing on weed, but for the past several months and in particular
  • resistance training

    Elderly women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail

    Older women who do resistance training have stronger muscles and are less frail than those who don’t, according to a study published in the journal Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics. The study suggested that even though regular physical activity may help elderly women enhance their mobility, it may not help with their
  • We Should All Know These 7 Things about Our Blood Type!

    We Should All Know These 7 Things about Our Blood Type!

    There are four main ones when it comes to blood type and those are type A (Agrarian), type B (Bavarian), Type O (Original hunter) and type AB, which is the most common one and it has the strongest immune system. Apart from all of these, there are more than 400 blood type
  • Survey Claiming Millennials Like GMOs Ridiculously Biased And Manipulated

    Survey Claiming Millennials Like GMOs Ridiculously Biased And Manipulated

    By Heather Callaghan Millennials lead the charge against GMOs and have more in common with their grandparents than their parents’ generation. Millennials are reviving the art of gardening, local food and food preservation so it shouldn’t be surprising to find thousands of them at the March Against Monsanto. Yet a new
  • glyphosate

    An appeals court says CA can list the herbicide glyphosate as a carcinogen

    After much fanfare, a state appeals court has ruled that California can list glyphosate as a carcinogen — and that the state’s ban on discharging the herbicide into public waterways stands, too. Despite Monsanto’s best efforts to keep the toxicity of their product under wraps, the ruling in California is
  • It is important to prioritize some “down time” – tips for incorporating short respites into your day

    It is important to prioritize some “down time” – tips for incorporating short respites into your day

    It’s not bad to prioritize school or work, but don’t forget to take some time off so you can relax and recharge. Overworking yourself will do more harm than good, and you can even get sick if you don’t get enough rest. According to a Daily Mail survey, these are 10 common reasons why people are
  • work less

    Work Less – Our Lives Depend On It

    By David Spencer, University of Leeds The May bank holiday is intimately linked to labour history and to struggles over time spent at work. In the US, May Day has its origins in the fight for an eight-hour work day at the end of the 19th century. This fight was – and remains –
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  • GMO NEWS

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    Here’s why you should start snacking on almonds every day

    Like other nuts, almonds are the perfect energy boosters. Almonds are nutritious, and they contain at least 130 different compounds that are good for you. The health benefits of almonds Almonds contain both mono- and polyunsaturated fat, but these are the “good” kinds of fats that can boost your heart health. Below
  • GMO

    Media Reporting on New GMO Safety Study is Deceptive: Flawed Meta-Analysis Debunked

    Media Reporting on New GMO Safety Study is Deceptive: Flawed Meta-Analysis Debunked A recent meta-analysis titled “Impact of genetically engineered maize on agronomic, environmental and toxicological traits: a meta-analysis of 21 years of field data”(1) by Elisa Pellegrino, et al, concluded that genetically engineered (GE) (also known as genetically modified
  • monsanto

    Hundreds of lawsuits against Monsanto are moving forward

    Hundreds of lawsuits against Monsanto for personal injury and wrongful death are moving forward, after scientific analysis was heard in court, detailing Roundup’s carcinogenicity. Expert opinion on Roundup’s glyphosate toxicity could be allowed at trial against Monsanto, pending the judge’s final decision. The first trial in the Roundup litigation is set for June
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    Now Another State Is Suing Monsanto For Its Toxic PCBs

    By Markab Algedi This month, yet another state decided to sue Monsanto for the contamination that its toxic PCB chemicals caused. “Superfund” sites are the title given to areas of land contaminated by such things as PCBs, or heavy metals, or radiation, usually a result of some kind of industrial activity: the government tasks the
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    The Seeds Of Suicide: How Monsanto Destroys Farming (and the Lives of Farmers)

    By Vandana Shiva “Control the oil, and you control nations. Control the food, and you control the people.” — Henry Kissinger Monsanto’s talk of ‘technology’ tries to hide its real objectives of control over seed through genetic engineering. “Monsanto is an agricultural company. … We apply innovation and technology to help farmers
  • gmo

    MSM, University Blaming Russia For Anti-GMO Sentiment

    By Brandon Turbeville The American mainstream corporate media has turned into a literal madhouse in the period of the last two years. Any doubt whether or not mainstream outlets are actually propaganda outlets should have been erased around the time of the 2016 elections. Now, however, it appears that outlets are
  • GMO

    Follow the money: Monsanto-influenced lawmakers side with chemical industry, question IARCs findings on glyphosate, threaten to cut funding to the WHO

    The strong political influence of the chemical industry was illustrated perfectly in a recent House Science Committee hearing in which Republican lawmakers questioned the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)’s classification of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen. Taking it one step further, they even threatened to cut off funding for the
  • geoengineering

    Geoengineering science: Aerosols impact cloud formation and weather; atmospheric scientists document the effects

    Local efforts to reduce air pollution may not be enough to eliminate the possibility of severe weather conditions because of widespread aerosol use, according to new research. To be more specific, aerosols that have been released into the atmosphere can affect cloud formations and even influence weather patterns, according to researchers from
  • bees

    Scientists Discover What’s Killing The Bees And It’s Worse Than You Thought

    Written by Todd Woody As we’ve written before, the mysterious mass die-off of honey bees that pollinate $30 billion worth of crops in the US has so decimated America’s apis mellifera population that one bad winter could leave fields fallow. Now, a new study has pinpointed some of the probable causes of bee deaths
  • Herbicide drift

    Organic family farm ruined by herbicide drift: A case study (and warning for humanity)

    Herbicide drift continues to plague millions of acres of American crops, and the experience of one Missouri organic family-run farm shows just how devastating this problem can be. Vesterbrook Farm has been in Carol Brabo’s family for almost a century. Fed up with the prices of organic foods at stores
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  • HEALTH FREEDOM

  • We Should All Know These 7 Things about Our Blood Type!

    We Should All Know These 7 Things about Our Blood Type!

    There are four main ones when it comes to blood type and those are type A (Agrarian), type B (Bavarian), Type O (Original hunter) and type AB, which is the most common one and it has the strongest immune system. Apart from all of these, there are more than 400 blood type
  • Herb of Immortality – Is it Possible?

    Herb of Immortality – Is it Possible?

    Deep within our subconscious mind is an intrinsic desire to live longer, and this inherent desire to exist beyond our genetically-programmed lifespan has spurred many among us to search for the fabled Fountain of Youth and the Elixir of Life. Great and valiant men of the past had traveled the
  • journaling

    The Value of Journaling for Health

    While it may sound out of the box at first when you hear the suggestion that you should journal your feelings and thoughts in order to be healthy and even defeat illness the truth is it can help and it most certainly cannot hurt. Sometimes there are just certain feelings
  • Dr G. Broderick: They Put Dogs and Cats into the pet Food?

    Dr G. Broderick: They Put Dogs and Cats into the pet Food?

    Listen to the replay of my GCN radio show. This one features important information you need to know if you have pets! Dr. G. Broderick is my special guest. http://gcnlive.com/JW1D/index.php/archivespage?showCode=71&thedate=2018-05-06&todate=x
  • Questioning Why U.S. Pregnancy Death Rates Are So High

    Questioning Why U.S. Pregnancy Death Rates Are So High

    By Catherine J. Frompovich “More women in the U.S. die from complications related to pregnancy than in any other developed country. To address this alarming fact, the Preeclampsia Foundation has launched a grassroots campaign to secure support for bipartisan legislation titled the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act of 2017, H.R.1318, and the Maternal Health
  • Study: Low vitamin D levels could be the reason why more than HALF of postmenopausal women have a metabolic syndrome

    Study: Low vitamin D levels could be the reason why more than HALF of postmenopausal women have a metabolic syndrome

    According to a new study, low vitamin D levels could be the reason why over 50 percent of postmenopausal women have a metabolic syndrome. The study, published in the journal Maturitas, found a strong link between the lack of vitamin D and metabolic syndrome in postmenopausal women. Metabolic syndrome is a set of
  • Are you getting enough Folic Acid?

    Are you getting enough Folic Acid?

    Folic Acid is a B Vitamin that is essential for numerous bodily functions. Most of us when we hear folic acid think healthy hair, but there are so many more amazing things Folic Acid does – The human body cannot create folic acid so it has to be supplied through proper
  • Are you losing your hair? Common chemicals could be to blame; try natural ingredients instead

    Are you losing your hair? Common chemicals could be to blame; try natural ingredients instead

    Our hair is the crown we never take off. It tells a lot about us — our health, hygienic practices, etc. Sometimes, however, that supposed crowning glory turns dull and limp. The strands break and fall out, and we’re faced with an embarrassing problem: hair loss. Your shampoo may be
  • chemicals

    Common household chemicals: 13 toxins you should remove

    You might think of air pollution as an exclusively outdoor problem, but indoor air pollutants are now an even bigger threat to your health. There are 13 sources of toxic chemicals found in your house that account for much of this pollution, according to a GreenMedInfo article, so replacing them will go a
  • good posture

    Good Posture – Are you Sure You Have it?

    “Sit up straight!” Exclaimed nearly every parent and teacher in the course of history. They were of course right. Sitting up and standing up straight are best for your health and physiology. Keeping your posture straight and your spine in alignment may not seem very important when you are younger,
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  • Why do many women experience breast cancer recurrence after a mastectomy?

    Why do many women experience breast cancer recurrence after a mastectomy?

    If you find out you have breast cancer, your first instinct might be to get rid of it using whatever means possible. Having a mastectomy isn’t a decision any woman takes lightly, of course, but, for many, the idea of sacrificing your breast to be cancer-free seems like a fair
  • glyphosate

    An appeals court says CA can list the herbicide glyphosate as a carcinogen

    After much fanfare, a state appeals court has ruled that California can list glyphosate as a carcinogen — and that the state’s ban on discharging the herbicide into public waterways stands, too. Despite Monsanto’s best efforts to keep the toxicity of their product under wraps, the ruling in California is
  • blueberries cancer

    Stunned scientists find BLUEBERRIES are better at destroying cancer cells than conventional radiation therapy alone

    Cervical cancer strikes close to 13,000 women each year, claiming over 4,200 lives. Traditional treatment options include surgery to remove the affected tissue, radiation therapy using high energy x-rays to destroy cancer cells, chemotherapy drugs to destroy the affected cells (although healthy cells are killed too), or a combination thereof. However,
  • ginger

    Ginger Destroys Cancer More Effectively Than Death-Linked Cancer Drugs

    Ginger, a cousin spice of super anti-cancer substance turmeric, is known for its ability to shrink tumors. Astoundingly, it is even more effective than many cancer drugs, which have been shown to be completely ineffective and actually accelerate the death of cancer patients. Commonly consumed across the world in small doses
  • Mediterranean-style diet

    Eating a Mediterranean-style diet protects your liver

    If you want a healthy liver and gut, an article on EurekAlert!recommended taking up a Mediterranean-style diet. A study on American and Turkish patients with liver cirrhosis showed that eating fermented milk products and vegetables – plus moderate amounts of chocolate, coffee, and tea – could reduce the chances of serious complications that
  • Dr. Farid Fata Gets 45 Years in Prison After Scamming Cancer Patients

    Dr. Farid Fata Gets 45 Years in Prison After Scamming Cancer Patients

    Everyone knows someone who has experienced the terrible disease that is cancer. It’s an unfortunate reality, but it’s one wherein we must live. What can make cancer so much worse is the aggressive, life-altering treatments that often follow, like radiation and chemotherapy. While some cancer treatments are becoming more advanced, less aggressive,
  • curcumin

    Curcumin plays a vital role in fighting cancer

    Turmeric is widely used in India as a spice and has been around for more than 4,000 years. It is a cornerstone of Ayurvedic medicine and other traditional medicines from around the world. Turmeric is not spicy, as some people may think, but is used to add a rich flavor to foods.
  • Anthocyanins

    Eat more berries: Anthocyanins suppress tumors, disrupt the expression of cancer genes

    It’s no secret that berries pack a serious nutritional punch: They’re loaded with vital nutrients, antioxidants and fiber. Their sweet, tart flavors and vibrant colors are another major bonus — and it turns out the benefits of those beautiful pigments that give berries their signature deep hues are more than
  • Celery: The Humble Veggie with Cancer Healing Properties

    Celery: The Humble Veggie with Cancer Healing Properties

    Let’s face it: celery is not much to look at. In fact, in many recipes its kind of an afterthought, adding texture and subtle flavor to the more “spectacular” foods. When it comes to nutritional value, however, this simple vegetable is a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients which
  • Walnuts

    Eating walnuts found to protect the colon from cancerous tumors

     If you’re not a big fan of walnuts, now might be the time to start snacking on them because they can help decelerate colon tumor growth, according to a study led by Dr. Christos S. Mantzoros, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The researchers ran tests on mice
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