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4 Secrets To A Happy Relationship and Healthy Life

Beneath the surface of every successful relationship lies a range of practices that keep a bond strong over time. Read More

The nightmare named Obama!

First of all, the Bilderbergs and not the people, elected Obama. At this point we are all aware of the fact that he and Hillary disappeared for a few days and when they came back Hillary bowed out but became Secretary of State. I guess that’s the reward for being a “hooker”. Read More

Do we really have to make big pharma richer?

For the answer to this question we have to go back in time. We are generally raised in a family that was raised in a family that lacked sufficient information to eat properly. Upon growing up, in my formative years in the 40s and 50s, not knowing squat about the proper way to eat, the diet I was faced with was bacon and eggs or Cheerio’s for breakfast and two squares a day of meat and potatoes, except for Fridays, which we usually ate dairy products. Read More

The Perpetual Pandemic

A Pandemic of Cases In 2009, just prior to the ‘Swine Flu’ outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) changed the definition of what constitutes a pandemic by eliminating “enormous numbers of deaths and illnesses” as a necessary criteria. Since then, as we’ve seen, a “pandemic” can be declared solely on numbers of cases. [1] What we have experienced these past two years is in no way a pandemic under the traditional definition of the word. Instead, we have been treated to a pandemic of cases made possible by notoriously faulty tests — with the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) being the most widely usedRead More

The Polio vaccine rollout–the 40,000 injured kids, the secret contamination with cancer-causing monkey viruses, and the surge in cancer cases 30…

The Polio Vaccine, like all others, came about because of public demand for it. Public demand comes down to one word: Fear. Read More

Delicious Beef Chili

With the winter chill and Super Bowl this weekend, it’s a great time to make a hot pot of healthy chili. With more time spent eating at home these days, several weeks ago I scoured the internet for healthy versions of a meat based chili recipeRead More

Are cancer patients at higher risk of COVID-19? What can we do?

It is incredible, to say the least, everything that is happening worldwide. Undoubtedly it is hard to believe that this is even realRead More

Corona Virus–empower yourself with knowledge and stop feeling helpless. You’re not.

If you watch the news, you know that fears about the Corona virus are the top news story every night. Read More

10 cancer prevention tips for this New Year

Can you believe we are in our last week of January 2020? No joke when they say time flies! I know many of us have started the year with new diet goals or exercise regimens to keep us healthy. While this is wonderful, unfortunately, it is not long-lasting for mostRead More

How and Why I Protect Myself from Glyphosate

Glyphosate is one of the active ingredients in Roundup ® – the most commonly used herbicide in the world.  Most of us are exposed to glyphosate every day, often without realizing it.  In fact, an estimated 93% of Americans have glyphosate in their bodies, with children having the highest level, according to a 2015 study by the University of California at San Francisco.  Glyphosate can be found in breast milk, drinking water, rain samples, and the food we feed our families.  It’s sprayed on food crops, playgrounds, parks, school grounds, and yards.   So, how can you escape it? It’s nearly impossible to completely avoid glyphosate, but there are steps you can take to dramatically reduce your exposure.  Here’s how and why I protect myself from glyphosate. Why I Protect Myself from Glyphosate: Glyphosate is a patented antibiotic , which means it kills “good” microbes in your gastrointestinal tract, as well as “good” microbes in the soil.  You need those microbes in order to survive.  In fact, you are more microbe than human!  For instance, it’s estimated that you have roughly 10 bacterial cells for every one human cell.  Those microbes help regulate every system and every cell in your body.  So, if you kill them off by eating antibiotics, like glyphosate, you are increasing your likelihood of developing an illness or diseaseRead More