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Coconut and Cholesterol

I’ve been wondering just how many readers remember Carmen Miranda and Jerry Collona. I’ve wondered too how many readers might remember the Swedish film (best in Swedish with English subtitles) “My Life As A Dog”. These may be two confusing questions and I know you’d ask what does either one have to …

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STATINS CAUSE MAJOR ARTERY DAMAGE

For a very long time I have, on my web sites and in this blog as well as in other articles I write for different publications, been alerting people to the extreme risks associated with statin drugs.  I recently wrote an article for my column with Sinclair News on this …

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What You Don’t Know About Energy Drinks

Energy drinks are at it again, and in the news.  The 5 Hour Energy CEO has played the “I don’t know” game along with “I’ll have to get back to you with that information” and more prattle while avoiding the real issues. While 5 Hour Energy is not the only …

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CODEX: Yes to Malnutrition

Our thanks go to the National Health Federation and Scott Tips for his shattering report on the recent CODEX deliberations in Germany.  You should too. As these government directed pundits go you see for the most part that not only do they have no understanding of nutrients and nutrition, they …

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Support Freedom for Leonard Peltier

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Stand By Your NON GMO Food Sources

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Ultrasound, less X-Ray

Breast cancer:  Ultrasound better for some, and do not overlook Thermography United Press International, 10-23-12 For women ages 30-39 with symptoms of possible breast cancer, ultrasound is a superior diagnostic tool to mammography, U.S. researchers say. Dr. Constance Lehman, director of radiology at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and professor and …

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Just Say NO to GMO!

SOURCE: http://www.encognitive.com/node/18609 Selections from 30+ on Natural Health News Natural Health News: Enjoy Your Holiday, GMO FREE Jun 23, 2012 Enjoy Your Holiday, GMO FREE. Originally published July 2010. As the Fourth of July holiday comes along this week end, here’s wishing you a great time, and hope you BUY …

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Cancer Prevention

We do need to change the way we look at cancer and also every other disease that has an impact on people today.  For too long we have held hard to dogma with no hope of changing thinking patterns to ones that might really lead to something beneficial. In this …

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Fluoridation – Unethical, Risky, Benefits Doubtful, Poor Most Harmed

NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Fluoridation is an “unacceptable risk,” says Public Health Professor Niyi Awofeso in the Journal Public Health Ethics, August 2012. He writes, “There is insufficient ethical justification for artificial water fluoridation,” reports the New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF). Awofeso, a …

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