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10 Reasons to Throw Out Your Microwave Oven

From the conclusions of the Swiss, Russian, and German scientific clinical studies, we can no longer ignore the microwave oven sitting in our kitchens. Based on this research, we will conclude this article with the following:  Continually eating food processed from a microwave oven causes long term – permanent brain damage by “shorting out” electrical impulses in the brain (de-polarizing …

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Soy: Too Good to be True

 Soy (Part 1) By Brandon Finucan & Charlotte Gerson While even in 1966 there was considerable research on the harmful substances within soybeans, you’ll be hard pressed to find articles today that claim soy is anything short of a miracle-food. As soy gains more and more popularity through industry advertising, we are moved once again to raise our voice of …

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The Poisonous Side of Soy

2009 Jerry Tennant, MD US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision, announced on October 25, 1999, allowed a health claim for products “low in saturated fat and cholesterol” that contain 6.25 grams of soy protein per serving. Breakfast cereals, baked goods, convenience food, smoothie mixes and meat substitutes could now be sold with labels touting benefits to cardiovascular health, as …

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The Dangers of Statin Drugs

What You Haven’t Been Told About Cholesterol-Lowering Medication, Part I By Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhD Originally printed at Weston A. Price Hypercholesterolemia is the health issue of the 21st century. It is actually an invented disease, a “problem” that emerged when health professionals learned how to measure cholesterol levels in the blood. High cholesterol exhibits no outward …

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Cholesterol is Not the Cause of Heart Disease

By Ron Rosedale, MD Cholesterol is not the major culprit in heart disease or any disease. If it becomes oxidized it can irritate/inflame tissues in which it is lodged in, such as the endothelium (lining of the arteries). This would be one of numerous causes of chronic inflammation that can injure the lining of arteries. However, many good fats are …

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Low Cholesterol Causes Aggressive Behavior and Depression

Journal of Behavioral Medicine, December 1, 2000; 23: 519-529 Despite the fact that most people are worried about having cholesterol levels that are too high, yet another study has found that low cholesterol is actually associated with adverse behavioral effects such as aggression and depression. While the medical establishment continues to push the suppression of cholesterol levels to abnormally low …

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29 Billion Reasons To Lie About Cholesterol

By Justin Smith Making profit by turning healthy people into patients Big pharmaceutical companies are facing a productivity crisis. In recent years, the number of pharmacological breakthroughs has declined, but pressure from shareholders to increase business growth has continued. Therefore, drug companies have been forced to look for new ways to generate profit. Faced with a lack of new drugs, …

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What Is A Carbohydrate

Carbohydrates are one of the main dietary sources of energy for the body. Aside from Lactose (mild sugar), all carbohydrates are synthesized by plants. There are two kinds of carbohydrates: simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates consist mainly of fruits and sugars. Complex carbohydrates consist of vegetables, grains, and starches. There is a third type of carbohydrate called refined carbohydrates. Both …

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Sweet Vegetables

Almost everyone craves sweets. Rather than depending on processed sugar to satisfy cravings, add naturally sweet foods to your daily diet to satisfy your sweet tooth. Sweet vegetables soothe the internal organs of the body and energize the mind. And because many of these vegetables are root vegetables, they are energetically grounding, which helps to balance out the spaciness people …

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Splenda – The Public Health Experiment

Article by: Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP “Low sugar” is the successor to the “low carb” craze, even though they are essentially the same thing. According to the New York Times, by the end of this summer 11% of the food items on supermarket shelves will be labeled “reduced sugar” — most of those targeted at kids and their health-conscious moms. …

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