MEDICAL HORROR: Genetic sequencing of common vaccine finds entire male human genome from aborted human baby… “a complete individual genome” with abnormal, modified genes… 560 genes linked to cancer

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Vaccines are routinely formulated with aborted human fetal cells known as MRC-5 and WI-38. The CDC openly lists some of the vaccines that use these “human diploid” cells, including Twinrix (Hep A / Hep B), ProQuad (MMRV) and Varivax (Varicella / chicken pox). FDA-published vaccine insert sheets such as this one for Varivax also openly admit to the use of aborted human fetal cell lines such as MRC-5: Continue reading

Fake News Piece in Fortune Defends Google AKA a Drug Company

What If I told you that Google is now a drug company that uses mind control tactics to manipulate behavior? Would you believe me? Continue reading

Heart of the Matter Documentary

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  • The most significant risk factors of cardiovascular disease are insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes and chronic inflammation
  • The documentary “Heart of the Matter” exposes the saturated fat/cholesterol myths behind the statin fad and the financial links which lurk beneath
  • The research by physiologist Ancel Benjamin Keys establishing the saturated fat/cholesterol theory omitted results from 16 countries
  • Replacing saturated fats with double-bonded transfats is a health risk
  • Polyunsaturated, omega 6 fats oxidize and become rancid, causing inflammation
  • The worldwide success of dangerous and ineffective statins rests on poor science

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Suicide and Murder — Side Effects of Medication

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  • 1 in 6 Americans between the ages of 18 and 85 were on psychiatric drugs in 2013, most of them antidepressants. The highest rates of depression are reported among 18- to 25-year-olds. Suicide rates are at an all-time high as well, rising 31% between 2001 and 2017
  • While antidepressants are routinely used as a first-line treatment for depression, studies show their effectiveness is on par with placebo, while serious side effects are often ignored or hidden
  • Violence, including suicide and homicide, is a serious side effect of at least 25 different psychiatric drugs, some of which are now given to young children, toddlers and even babies
  • The proportion of adults taking at least one drug where suicide is a potential side effect hit 23.5% as of 2013; 38.4% of American adults were in 2014 on one or more medications that can cause depression as a side effect
  • Eli Lilly paid victims of Paxil-induced violence to shield damaging data about another drug that could have influenced the jury’s determination about Lilly’s responsibility in a 1989 mass-shooting

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Should Kids Avoid This Kind of Milk?

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  • A panel of experts found plant-based milks, such as rice, nut and seed milk, or milk made from oats or peas, should be avoided by young children
  • For infants aged zero to 12 months, the panel stated plant milks are not recommended; for those aged 1 to 5 years, plant milks were also not recommended for exclusive consumption in place of dairy milk
  • One major problem with plant milks, particularly if you’re giving it to a child as a significant portion of their diet, is that they don’t offer much nutrition and may contain added sugar and unhealthy additives
  • From zero to 6 months, infants need only breastmilk; at 6 to 12 months, breastmilk along with a small amount of pure water (one-half cup to 1 cup a day) can be given
  • For those older than 12 months, the panel recommended a combination of pure water and milk — raw grass fed milk is the best choice, but you can also obtain all of the nutrients found in milk via other whole foods

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Color and Light Matter in Medicine

Color psychology is the study of how colors affect human behavior, mood, or physiological processes. Colors are thought to influence our buying choices, our feelings, and even our memories. Ideas related to color psychology are heavily implemented in the areas of marketing and design. Companies choose colors that they believe will motivate customers to buy their products and improve brand awareness. Colors have even been used in color therapy techniques to treat various diseases. Continue reading

How Gait Analysis Can Be Used to Diagnose Dementia Type

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  • Researchers have discovered that gait analysis can be used as a quick way to identify the type of dementia an individual has
  • Patients with Alzheimer’s disease and Lewy body dementia — two conditions that are difficult to differentiate in their early stages — have distinct gait patterns that relate to the subtle yet unique neurological differences between the two conditions
  • Those with Lewy body dementia vary the step length more than do people with Alzheimer’s, and have greater step time asymmetry. The irregularity of their walking pattern puts patients with Lewy body dementia at increased risk for falls
  • Aside from changes in gait, other early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease include memory loss that disrupts daily life, finding it challenging to plan and problem solve, having trouble following conversations and/or struggling with vocabulary
  • Additional warning signs include trouble completing familiar tasks, confusion about time or place, vision problems and difficulty judging spatial relationships, declining judgment, withdrawal from social contact and mood or personality changes

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Internet Trolls May be Trained Government Agents According to Leaked Document

Glenn Greenwald, a journalist, constitutional lawyer, commentator, and author of three New York Times best-selling books on politics and law, has been working with NBC News in publishing a series of articles on how covert government agents infiltrate the Internet to “manipulate, deceive, and destroy reputations.” Continue reading

Does Coffee Dehydrate You?

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  • What may have begun as a rumor, science has disproved. Drinking even a moderate amount of coffee each day will not lead to dehydration; in fact, habitual male drinkers may enjoy the same hydration from coffee as they do from water
  • While coffee is not dehydrating, it may help to know other beverages offer greater hydration benefits when they take longer to absorb through the stomach, such as pasture raised, organically grown raw milk and organic coconut water
  • Drinking coffee also stimulates your metabolism, reduces your risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular disease and premature death. One meta-analysis also found athletes benefited from improved performance and reduced post-workout soreness
  • Dark roast coffee beans have some of the best health benefits related to their high levels of antioxidants and low level of acrylamide. It is also crucial to choose organically or biodynamically grown coffee beans to reduce your exposure to glyphosate and other chemical residues

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Garlic and Onion Help Prevent Mammary Tumors

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  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The incidence of the disease is rising, but researchers find you may reduce your potential risk by 67% when you eat raw garlic and onion daily
  • The study analyzed the rates of breast cancer and food intake in women living in Puerto Rico where many women eat raw garlic and onion daily. The high levels of flavanols and organosulfur compounds in the ingredients drew the interest of the research team
  • Garlic and onion have demonstrated protective effects against other cancers, heart disease, long- and short-term memory, healthy gut bacteria and a reduction in neurodegenerative disease. Optimizing your vitamin D levels is also associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer
  • If supplementing with vitamin D, also include calcium, magnesium and vitamin K2 MK-7 as they work together to ensure calcium is directed to your bones and teeth and not into your blood vessels or kidneys. Consider adding sofrito, a popular raw condiment made with garlic, onion and cilantro, to your diet

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Moral Implications of Aborted Fetuses in Vaccine Production

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  • One commonly cited reason for claiming a religious vaccine exemption has to do with the fact that some vaccines are made using aborted fetal cell lines. Fetal cell lines used in vaccines were obtained from voluntary abortions performed in the 1960s and are still used today
  • Many other types of cells are used as growth mediums for vaccines, and some of those raise moral issues as well. Growth mediums include animal cell strains from chickens, dogs, monkeys, hamsters and insects. Some religious sects oppose vaccines made from animal cells, citing Levitical guidelines on exposure to certain animals and blood products
  • There are scientific objections to fetal cell vaccines as well. A study published in 2014 found rates of autism strongly correlate with the introduction of vaccines using human fetal cell lines
  • In 2002, Lancet published evidence showing polio vaccine contaminated with SV40, a monkey virus, was responsible for up to half of the 55,000 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cases that were occurring each year
  • Censored research also provided evidence that retroviruses in vaccines may be linked to chronic fatigue syndrome, autism and other diseases

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Water Poisoning Alerts Hidden From Public

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  • In a 2013 report, the American Society for Civil Engineers warned that most of the drinking water infrastructure across the U.S. is “nearing the end of its useful life,” yet little has been done to address the situation
  • Recent media coverage make it clear that many toxic water incidences are covered up and hidden from the public, which at times has had lethal consequences
  • In a September 25, 2019, report, the Office of Inspector General criticizes the EPA and water utilities around the country for their failure to provide consistent and accurate reporting of drinking water risks
  • Aside from Flint, Michigan, and Newark, New Jersey, U.S. cities known to have exceeded EPA action limits for lead include Portland, Oregon; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Providence, Rhode Island; Passaic, New Jersey and Tualatin Valley, Oregon
  • Outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease were covered up in Flint, Michigan, for at least two years, and in a Loma Linda, California, VA hospital, Legionella contamination was covered up in 2017, putting patients and staff at risk

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Deliberate Release of Genetically Engineered Insects

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  • Insect Allies is a $45 million, four-year program that was launched in 2016
  • Insects such as leafhoppers, whiteflies and aphids are being used to carry GE viruses intended to quickly act on plants that are already growing in fields
  • The purpose is publically stated as being intended for routine agricultural use, with corn and tomato plants reportedly among the first crops being used in experiments
  • Public debate and research about the consequences of using GE viruses to modify plants, not to mention releasing insects to freely carry them, are conspicuously lacking
  • Five European scientists sounded an alarm that the “agricultural research” could easily be perceived as an effort to “develop biological agents for hostile purposes and their means of delivery”
  • This would be a breach of the Biological Weapons Convention, which prohibits parties from developing or producing agents that have no peaceful purposes

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First Thoughts on Cancer Diets

There are serious issues in the food most people eat. Evidence reveals that toxicity levels in food are rising. It is no secret that conventional agriculture has become a leading cause of environmental pollution and destruction. Toxicity in food comes from many sources. Some toxins are accumulated during the growth phase, others are added during harvesting and processing, and yet others are introduced when the ingredients are manufactured into their final processed food form. Continue reading

Freaking Out Over Predictable Change

“The future is barreling towards us at a furious pace. And the pace of that change is accelerating. It’s time to freak out a bit. To get serious about protecting ourselves.  To make different decisions and reorganize our priorities. If you understand energy and its relationship to the economy the way I do, you’d share my urgency to create community and develop a resilient homestead. My goal here is to nudge you towards action,” writes Chris Martenson. Continue reading