Various forms of crickets are now being sold for human consumption as part of the disingenuous “climate cult” lunacy that pretends if enough humans eat bugs, we will change the weather. Continue reading
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BARGE-POCALYPSE unfolding as rivers DRY UP, leaving farmers and coal producers with no transportation
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, now there’s a “barge-pocalypse” unfolding that you might find rather disturbing. This is a problem with massive global implications that very few people saw coming because barges don’t exactly attract a lot of attention. But they are critical for efficient transportation of crops and coal, and when the barges stop running, the world is in serious trouble. Continue reading
Largest produce market in Paris erupts in flames, as arson attacks on food supply continue
On September 25, 2022, the largest fresh produce market in Paris, France was suddenly engulfed in flames. According to journalists on the scene, the fire covered approximately 7,000 square meters at its peak. The smoke was visible for miles. Over one hundred firefighters were deployed to control the fire. Continue reading
Weather weapons are targeting human infrastructure, aiming for Extinction Level Event (ELE) via mass famine and collapse
Today’s Situation Update podcast covers the weaponization of weather systems to target human infrastructure. It is over two hours in length and features interviews with Dane Wigington (see below) as well as a first responder on the ground in Central Florida. Continue reading
ANALYSIS: Europe to become “ECONOMIC WASTELAND” as industry dies, banks fail and food production plunges
Europe’s economy, currencies and industries are in free fall, plunging toward “economic wasteland” status that’s less than a year away if natural gas supplies from Russia aren’t quickly restored. That’s the conclusion of numerous experts who have spoken to Natural News over the last two weeks, including war correspondent Michael Yon, Finnish economist Tuomas Malinen, global agricultural trends researcher David Dubyne, and Italian-American author Leo Zagami. Continue reading
The Globalist WAR on the Elements of Life – watch the bombshell new mini-documentary HERE
We’ve just released a bombshell new mini-documentary that reveals the globalist war on the elements of life. You can watch it at this link on Brighteon.com or play the embed below. Continue reading
ANALYSIS: FDA vaccine authorization accelerated to unleash medical MARTIAL LAW as cover for collapse of the Biden regime
The insane, fraudulent rushing of the Pfizer vaccine into “full approval” status by the FDA — just announced today — was ordered by the collapsing Biden regime. The purpose of this accelerated approval is to allow Biden’s puppet masters to roll out medical martial law as a means to control the population and suppress the massive uprising that will soon commence against the illegitimate Biden regime. Continue reading
Agribusiness Destroys Soil, So Mines for Food
Since good soil takes effort and money to maintain, Agribusiness hasn’t bothered. As a result, basics required for all life, including phosphorus, are now supplied by mining instead of soil. It’s resulted in inferior food, but the situation is even worse. Continue reading
Seed Hunters Make Mad Dash to Save the Food Crops of Humanity
In the face of today`s burgeoning loss of seed diversity, the need for a doubling in food production in the next fifty years and the threatened spread of deadly food fungus has instigated seed hunters to scour world markets in a desperate search for the last varieties of wheat, rice, barley, lentils and chickpeas.
Food diversity extinction is rampant. In the USA, 90 percent of historic fruit and vegetable varieties have vanished. In the Philippines thousands of varieties of rice are now shrunk to a few hundred. China has lost perhaps 90 percent of wheat varieties. This former diversity was the result of more than 10,000 years of domestication.
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On-Off Fasting Helps Obese Adults Shed Pounds
Even though the study participants ate whatever they wanted on their non-fasting days, they lost an average of 5.6 kilograms (about 12 pounds) after eight weeks,
What’s more, their total and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels dropped, and their blood pressure fell.
“People lost anywhere from about 7 pounds to about 30 pounds and that was in a very short amount of time,” Varady said. And, she added, the program was pretty easy for the study participants to follow.
People typically try to lose weight by cutting their calorie intake every day, Varady and her team note in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. A much rarer approach, they add, is to have people alternate “feed days” with “fast days.” Studies in normal and overweight people have shown that this strategy can indeed help people lose weight and improve their cholesterol levels.
To test alternate-day fasting in obese adults, Varady and her colleagues had 12 obese women and 4 obese men begin by eating normally for a two-week control period. Then, for eight weeks, they ate just 25 percent of the calories they needed to maintain their weight, between noon and 2 p.m., every other day.
For the first four weeks, the researchers provided study participants with their fasting day meal, while for the next four, study participants met with a dietitian every week and prepared the meal themselves.
Study participants lost about 0.7 kilograms (1.5 pounds) every week. At the end of the eight-week diet, their total cholesterol had dropped by 21 percent, on average, while their LDL cholesterol had dropped 25 percent. Moreover, their systolic blood pressure (the upper number in a blood pressure reading) had fallen by an average of five points.
While Varady and her team had thought people might overeat on their non-fasting day in order to compensate, this turned out not to be true; people typically ate between 100 percent or 125 percent of their calorie needs on their all-you-can eat days.
“I think it’s probably because their stomachs kind of shrunk,” she said.
The next step, the researcher said, will be to figure out if people can maintain the on-off approach for a longer period of time, to continue to lose weight or to maintain a healthy weight.
Anyone who wants to give the diet a try, she added, should meet with their doctor or a dietitian first.
SOURCE: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, November 2009.