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3000 years Before Christ the
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They applied the substance and left
it to sit for several hours,
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Added sugar is the single worst ingredient
in the modern diet. article by Kris Gunnars
What is a Safe Amount of Sugar to Eat Per Day?
According to the American Heart Association (AHA),
the maximum amount of added sugars you should eat in a day are
Men: 150 calories per day (37.5 grams or 9 teaspoons).
Women: 100 calories per day (25 grams or 6 teaspoons).
About Sugar how much does your body need?
Too much daily sugar
can cause weight gain.
And, unhealthy weight gain
and a lack of
exercise can increase
your cancer risks.
Some sugary foods donâ€™t include â€śsugarâ€ť
on the ingredient list.
Thatâ€™s because sugar is often disguised under different names.
Sugar, in moderate amounts, is essential to our body.
As a carbohydrate, it helps supply you with the energy
you need for your daily activities. All of your cells use
it. But at the same time, sugar is also a calorie, and
once it is in consumed in excess, negative effects to
your health will follow. Massive sugar addiction can
result in obesity, diabetes, heart damage or failure,
cancer cell production, depletion of brain power, and
Moderation is important in this case. Yet avoiding
food with high sugar content is definitely easier said
than done these days, given the variety of options in
stores. Some of the usual suspects include energy drinks,
sodas, candy bars, artificial sweeteners, and so much more.
Everyone has access to them. The Truth About Sugar Addiction
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Natural â€śRecipesâ€ť to heal your heart
and prevent heart attacks
By Thomasina Copenhaver
In ancient times, the art of healing was carried out by women.
The word â€śrecipeâ€ť referred to a healing tonic, balm, tincture, syrup, etc.
Ingredients were botanical and found locally in the wild or grown in gardens.
Fast forward. Today, you are given a prescription for a drug that is synthetically
made in a laboratory, and has only been tested on a small group of people.
Behind the Scenes, Billionairesâ€™ Growing Control of News
Mediator Jim Rutenberg
At first blush, the secret support that the Silicon Valley billionaire
Peter Thiel provided for Hulk Hoganâ€™s lawsuit against Gawker is a
salacious yarn about money, power, gossip and revenge.
But it is also about something more important:
an aggressive bid by the very wealthy to control the American news media
at a time when it is in a financially weakened state, struggling
to maintain its footing on the electronic frontierâ€™s unstable terrain. Behind the Scenes, Billionairesâ€™, who controls the Media?
I think we need a President like Ike Eisenhower
Be like Ike: Eisenhower's timeless virtues
article by Steven Chapman
He ended one war, in Korea, and began no new ones.
He balanced the federal budget three times and
reduced the federal debt as a share of gross domestic
product. He cut spending in inflation-adjusted dollars.
When Dwight Eisenhower was first mentioned as a possible
candidate for president in 1948, House Speaker Sam Rayburn
offered a pithy assessment: "Good man but wrong business.
" Today it's clear that few of the White House's occupants
have been more right for the job.
JOSHUA TREE â€” The Mojave Desert Land Trust is celebrating 10 years
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Donations have helped the land trust protect over 60,000 acres of the Mojave Desert.
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High School Students Boycott Junk Food School Lunches
By Dr. Mercola
American school lunches have become notorious for their poor
quality. In most schools, none of the dishes are made in house,
and most are notably lacking in fresh fruits and vegetables.
Overall, school lunches are the epitome of processed factory food,
laden with sugar and synthetic ingredients. For example, skim
chocolate milk is the No.1 school lunch beverage. High School Students boycott school lunches
A special note:
War against the Soil
"If we have declared a war against the soil
itself, then we are literally committing a
species level suicide." Dr. Vandana Shiva
Symphony of the Soil
from Lily Films on Vimeo.
Click here for film information
"Soil Carbon Cowboys" show how farmers are changing their
soil by incorporating grazing herds. Some of them were more
or less forced to learn regenerative land management practices,
which includes herd management, because they suffered such
devastating crop failures. They came to realize they had to
change what they were doing to get nutrients, water, and life
back into the soil.
Today, millions of people around the world puzzled to
understand the right nutrition for them. Even though
there is abundance of cheap, healthy food available
around us, somehow the link between good food and
health has been missing. Partly, this is because of
the lack of clear information regarding how to eat?
and, moreover, what to eat?
FrankenFish tomatoes on your
FrankenFish sandwich, anyone?
Friday, December 04, 2015 by: S. D. Wells
Tags: GMO salmon, Frankenfish, cancer risk natural news click for the full story
Evil, psychopathic scientists are working hard in
laboratories in America to help the "Big Food" industry
profit, no matter the consequences. Fast food is a major
outlet for cancer-causing, mutated and processed GMO
synthetic foodstuffs, including genetically modified produce,
lettuce sprayed with Roundup weed killer - and soon -
experimental, mutated fish.
(NaturalNews) What do you get when you splice
the genes of an eel into the genes of a salmon
to make it twice as big, and then eat it? Who
knows, right? And what do you get when you
put the genes of a flounder into the seeds
of the tomato plant so the tomato will
survive colder temperatures, such as during
frosts? What's the technical effect? Do you
want to be the experimental guinea pig?
When you manipulate DNA and insert growth
hormones into the foods to be eaten, you're
playing with fire, and the body will react
by attacking itself or becoming a factory
of experimental growth - and not the kind
that turns you into an NBA player who can
dunk on everybody.
In case people missed.
1. Hot Fat Luncheon Meats
2. Diet Sodas
3. Margarine Transfats
5. Junk Food /High Fructose Corn Syrup
6. MSG - Glutamic Acid
7. Chlorine/Fluoride in tap Water supply
8. High Fat dairy products
9. Caffeine products
Be aware of the dangerous
chemicals in our food
& take actions!
We all should be aware of
the chemicals in our food
what we consume every day.
We need to take action and
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Dangers of Sugar
is the authoritative source for evidence-based,
scientific information about sugar and its
impact on health.
By: Robin Shreeve
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with
a focus on food. Students revive extinct squash with 800-year-old seeds
Seeds found during an archaeological dig on First Nations
land revive a long-lost varietal.
By: Robin Shreeves
October 1, 2015, 5:57 p.m.
Gardens may be popping up in schools everywhere, but
one school garden in Winnipeg, Canada is making news
after growing a squash thought to be extinct for hundreds
It all started with an archaeological dig on First Nations
land that unearthed a small clay vessel estimated to be about
800 years old. Inside the vessel, the archaeologists found
preserved seeds of an ancient squash.
Students at Canadian Mennonite University successfully grew one
large squash from the seeds, but they aren't stopping there.
The plan is to save the seeds from that first revived squash and
then grow even more squash from those. The goal is to never let
this squash go extinct again, according to APTN National News.
Brian Etkin, Coordinator of the Garden of Learning in Winnipeg, sees
this revived squash as much more than a vegetable.
"This squash is representative of a tribe of a large community and
everybody in that community having a place and food being a right
on citizenship," said Etkin.
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Journalist located in Joshua Tree, CA.
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You already know that filling your diet with power
foods-like dark leafy greens, dark chocolate, citrus
can help beat chronic conditions like heart disease
and diabetes. But did you know that certain foods can
also work wonders on your skin?
Best Foods For Your Skin.
How to get a
radiant glow, banish wrinkles, and keep
skin supple and soft-one bite at a time.
by Jessica Girdwain
The 6 best foods that improve your skin-and
the 3 you should probably avoid.
By Matthew Kadey, MS, RD
There's no question that what you eat can have
a massive impact on your physique, from the amount
of muscle you can pack on to the expansion of your
waistline. But while you're at the supermarket, why
not choose foods that serve double duty-that in addition
to improving your physique, also enhance that gorgeous
face of yours by turning around tired-looking skin.
By Dr. Mercola
More than 70 percent of survey respondents from a
National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP) survey
revealed that the loss of their eyesight would have
the greatest impact on their day-to-day activities.1
Further, as rates of chronic diseases like diabetes rise,
along with an aging population, rates of blindness and
low vision are expected to double to affect 6.6 million
Americans by 2030.2
Michael Greger M.D. writes about food
and your health his website NutritionFacts.org.
is full of great information take some time and give it a read and view the video.
Whenever there is a new
drug or surgical procedure,you can be assured that
you or your doctor will probably hear about it because
there's a corporate budget driving its promotion.
But what about advances in the field of nutrition?
The reason we don't see ads on TV for broccoli
is the same reason groundbreaking research on
the power of foods and eating patterns to affect
our health and longevity gets lost and buried in
the medical literature-there's no profit motive.
It may not make anyone money, but what if our
lives would profit?
Michael Greger M.D.
What are the healthiest foods to eat?
Michael Greger M.D. brings the subject up;
click here for video
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honoring internet excellence.
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foundation with no commercial interests or
advertising, is a new force for change to help
healthier you and a healthier world.
Healthiest Foods What's New and
Beneficial About Watermelon
Alongside of tomatoes, watermelon has moved up to
the front of the line in recent research studies
on high-lycopene foods. Lycopene is a carotenoid
phytonutrient that's especially important for our
cardiovascular health, and an increasing number of
scientists now believe that lycopene is important
for bone health as well. Among whole, fresh fruits
that are commonly eaten in the U.S., watermelon now
accounts for more U.S. intake of lycopene
(by weight of fruit eaten) than any other fruit.
Pink grapefruit and guava are two other important
fruit sources of lycopene, although in the U.S.,
these fruits are more often consumed in the form of juice.
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This week let's celebrate pears as our new
Foods of the Week. This is the time to enjoy
them while they are in the peak of their season,
are the most readily available, and the least expensive.
Pears are a powerhouse of phytonutrients called flavonols.
In one study, apples and pears receive the second highest
score when it came to these health-promoting phytonutrients,
which provide antioxidant protection against a variety of
90% of Americans Could Be Fed by Food Grown or Raised within 100 Miles of Their Homes
June 2, 2015
by Lorena Anderson
New farmland-mapping research published on Monday shows
that up to 90 percent of Americans could be fed entirely
by food grown or raised within 100 miles of their homes.
Professor Elliott Campbell, with the University of California,
Merced, School of Engineering, discusses the possibilities in
a study, "The Large Potential of Local Croplands to Meet Food
Demand in the United States."The research results are the cover
story of the newest edition of Frontiers in Ecology and the
Environment, the flagship journal for the Ecological Society
of America, which boasts a membership of 10,000 scientists.
The potential for local croplands to meet US food demand
Among men who regularly work out, a desire
toward looking lean and muscular leads some
to use over-the-counter supplements to improve
their chances of attaining their ideal image.
Researchers assessing the use of these supplements
now say that some men are usin these supplements
to such an extent that it qualifies as an eating disorder.
Men's bodies are increasingly objectified in modern
society, a phenomenon that has co-occurred with the rise
of body dissatisfaction and concomitant eating pathologies
among males. Nevertheless, masculine body image ideals often
remain unaccounted for in body image and eating disorder
research which predominantly conceptualizes these issues based
on a drive for thinness, rather than simultaneous drives toward
being both lean and muscular. The current study addresses this
gap in research by investigating an under-researched body change
strategy utilized by men seeking to obtain the lean/muscular
ideal-consumption of legal appearanceand performance-enhancing drugs
(APEDs). Legal APEDs (e.g., protein powders and bars,creatine, glutamine),
unlike their more widely researched illicit counterparts (e.g., anabolic
steroids), are widely available in grocery stores, nutritional food
outlets and college book stores,and are marketed specifically toward
men hoping to achieve an ideal ratio of fat to muscle.
Information on eating behaviors, legal APED use and related
psychological constructs was obtained from one hundred and
ninety-five men. Participants were over the age of 18, had
consumed some type of legal APED within 30 days of taking the
survey, and worked out at least two times per week. A scale
to determine excessive, risky legal APED use was developed for
this study and was found to be both a valid and reliable measure
for this population. Structural equation modeling revealed that
internalization of cultural standards of attractiveness (i.e., the
degree to which one has internalized the body ideal perpetuated by
media representations of lean and muscular men), self-esteem, gender
role conflict, and body dissatisfaction each play
Study finds testicular cancer link
for muscle-building supplements
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Food additives are substances added to food
to preserve flavor or enhance its taste and
appearance. Some additives have been used for
centuries; for example, preserving food by
pickling (with vinegar), salting, as with bacon,
preserving sweets or using sulfur dioxide as
with wines. With the advent of processed foods
in the second half of the 20th century, many more
additives have been introduced, of both natural
and artificial origin.
Avoiding Harmful Food Additives
By RODDY SCHEER and DOUG MOSS
JANUARY 3, 2015
The Environmental Working Group (EWG),
a non-profit dedicated to protecting human
health and the environment through research,
education and advocacy, launched its "Dirty
Dozen Guide to Food Additives" in November
2014 to educate consumers about which food
additives are associated with health concerns,
which are restricted in other countries, and
/or which just shouldn't be in our foods to
begin with. EWG hopes the new guide will help
consumers avoid unhealthy foods and also
influence policymakers to develop more
stringent rules for food producers moving
According to EWG, more than 10,000 food
additives are approved for use in the U.S.,
despite potential health implications.
Some are "direct additives" deliberately
formulated into processed food; others are
"indirect," that is, finding their way into
food during processing, storage or packaging.
Either way, some have been linked to endocrine
disruption, heart disease, cancer and a wide
range of other health issues. Click here for the full report Food Additives
Surprise, Surprise!! Did you know that you
don't own your bank deposits anymore???
In the 2008 financial meltdown, the US
government "bailed-out"the banks,but with
the repeal of the protections offered to
depositors, the next financial meltdown will
leave depositors' funds, savings, pensions.....
holding the bag.
Without Saying a Word This 7 Minute
Short Film Will Make You Speechless
Published on Mar 9, 2014
Consumerism on a grand scale to supply and
demand... We are, sadly the worst type of animal. A Factory Farm click here for video
In a fast-paced world where convenience trumps
(more time- and labor-intensive) healthy home
cooking, the battle is on to protect your heart.
The food choices you make can drastically affect
your heart health, energy and appetite control.
Keep your heart in tip-top shape with choices
that are tasty, healthy and convenient for the
entire family. From berries and nuts to fish and
leafy greens, find out which foods are best for
Causes of Nonalcoholic
Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)
The cause of nonalcoholic fatty liver
disease is not clear. Certain factors
tend to increase risk, but in some cases,
no risk factors show up. However, NAFLD
tends to run in families. It also shows up
most often in people who are middle-aged
and overweight or obese. These people often
have high cholesterol or triglycerides and diabetes or prediabetes (insulin resistance),
as well. Read more about this subject from
Web MD.com fatty liver disease
The most common symptom of a
fatty liver is a lack of symptoms,
because problems with a fatty
liver are most often found in blood
tests. Find out why an ultrasound
will discover most liver problems
with information from a doctor in
this free video on fatty liver symptoms. Fatty Liver Symptoms
link goes to you tube video
Published on May 24, 2014
Hot dogs are a popular summertime food
when you're out grilling with your
friends and family. But what's really
inside hot dogs? Trace is joined by Will
Johnson to discuss the history of the
frankfurter, and how you might want to
think twice before consuming one. Think Twice before
consuming that Hod Dog
video on You Tube
Hot dog Research
Nitrosamines and Cancer
Richard A. Scanlan, Ph.D.
Dean of Research Emeritus
and Professor of Food Science
There is a long research history concerning
hotdogs and your health.
A minor use of Nitrates is in meat curing:
Although nitrites are the nitrogen compound
chiefly used in meat curing, nitrates are
used in certain specialty curing processes
where a long release of nitrite from parent
nitrate stores is needed. The use of nitrates
in food preservation is controversial. click here
for the full report on wikipedia
Healthiest and unhealthiest store-bought hot dogs
Why Is Sodium Nitrate
Bad for You? | LIVESTRONG.COM
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2014
By Nadia Haris
Sodium nitrate is a salt that is
added to hot dogs, bacon and other
cured meats to help preserve them.
In higher doses nitrates are also
used as fumigates to kill rodents and
these nitrates can leach into the soil,
contaminating the food supply. While
much smaller amounts are directly used
in some prepared foods, there are health
concerns related to sodium nitrate.
The FDA permits a maximum amount of 2.75
ounces of nitrates to be added to 100
pounds of chopped meat. However, it is
not yet determined how much sodium nitrate
is safe to eat.
Increases Cancer Risk
Another reason to avoid nitrates is the
link to an increased risk of cancer in
both children and adults. The Linus
Pauling Institute warns that nitrates
are associated with an increase in brain
tumors, leukemia and nose and throat tumors. With these strong warnings, its best to
avoid sodium nitrate whenever possible.
From the Linus Pauling Institute
Do these types of exposure to nitrosamines
cause human cancer? An enormous amount of
indirect evidence indicates that nitrosamines
are human carcinogens. For instance,
tobacco-specific nitrosamines are one of
the major groups of chemical carcinogens
in tobacco products, and no doubt remains
about the causal link between tobacco use
and cancer. But it is difficult to evaluate
the risk of cancer from daily exposure of
1 microgram from foods and beverages. The
same difficulty applies to the risk assessment
of the exposure to minute amounts of aflatoxin,
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and heterocyclic
amines in a variety of foods and beverages.
Unfortunately, our current level of science is
unable to answer these questions satisfactorily,
but future scientific advances will undoubtedly
provide better solutions.
While most people only think of pumpkins
on Thanksgiving or Halloween, the seeds of
this fruit offer an impressive cocktail
of health enhancing and disease fighting
compounds, vitamins, and minerals that can
be consumed year-round. In addition, they
are packed with tryptophan and essential
fatty acids.1 Emerging evidence indicates
that pumpkin seeds represent a potent functional
food in the battle against heart disease, osteoporosis,
bladder dysfunction, anxiety, and arthritis.
are inexpensive, convenient, easy to store
and offer many nutritional benefits. Whether you
eat raisins as a snack or use them as ingredients
in recipes, this dehydrated fruit is a healthful
food. When watching your calories, however, you
may be concerned about whether raisins are bad for
your diet because they contain a high concentration
of natural sugars. As long as you limit your portion
size, raisins can be a flavorful, satisfying addition
to most diets.
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Published on Aug 9, 2013
In only a few decades there are
now more obese people on the planet
than there are undernourished. And
when it comes to getting fat, we've
believed it's as simple as 'calories in'
versus 'calories out'. But we now know
not all calories are the same. Experts
are pointing to a new dietary villain
that's not only making us fat ... but
sick too. Sugar. Dr Maryanne Demasi
investigates the bitter truth about the
dangers of our sweet obsession.
Is something wrong with our food?
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Work with your body's natural defenses
Antibacterial foods, herbs, and solutions to begin consuming regularly
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Ditch foods and behaviors that suppress the immune system
The Best way to help your body protect itself from
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