Calibrate to your Higher Self to Create an Expanded Reality Conversation with the Arcturians Sue and Shawnna Arcturians: Greetings, We are the Arcturians. We want to remind you that it was taking long, slow breath, as well as placing your…Read more
”Vad fan får jag för pengarna”? sa Leif Östlund” – har redan fått status som nytt talesätt i Sverige. För detta har han stämplats som en girig, omoralisk svikare som bör skämmas. Detta för att han betalat mer i skatt till utlandet där han tjänat pengarna än till det svenska skatteverket. Text: Christer Nilsson, historiker,…Läs mera
By Rachel Blevins Close to 1 million people took to the streets in Spain to call for the release of Catalan political prisoners—but this historic gathering has fallen in line with a series of unprecedented protests in Spain, which have been virtually ignored by the mainstream media. “Look at all the people here! The independence…Read more & videos
November 13, 2017 by: Isabelle Z.
(Natural News) We’ve all heard that early detection is vital for many medical conditions, but when it comes to prostate cancer, an Oxford academic has claimed that thousands of men who have the illness would actually be better off if they had never been diagnosed.
According to Professor Freddie Hamdy, many men with slow-growing tumors that hadn’t spread underwent treatment they didn’t need out of sheer anxiety over the presence of the tumor.
He said that a diagnosis prompted many men to feel worried and depressed, opting to get treatment even when it wasn’t in their best interest.
by Dr. Mercola
Refined sugar was not consumed on a daily basis until the past 100 years. Before that, it was a treat afforded only by the very rich as sugar cane was a difficult crop to grow. In the past 100 years, rates ofobesity, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and numerous other chronic diseases have skyrocketed.
When sugar and tobacco were introduced by Native Americans to Europeans as they began to settle America, the average life span was relatively short.1 This meant health consequences from sugar and tobacco were easily buried in the myriad of other life challenges the early settlers faced.
As early as the 1920s, research documented the damage sugar does to your body. To this day, tobacco continues to be a leading a cause of premature death.2 Unfortunately, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) call tobacco the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S., that title may well belong to sugar. Yet people who would never consider smoking may have little concern over the amount of sugar and starch eaten each day.
From a nutritional standpoint, your body does not need refined sugar. Although you need glucose, your body manufactures the glucose it needs in your liver through a process called gluconeogenesis. If you never ate another morsel of candy, sugar or starch again, you would live quite comfortably and likely in far better Health…..Read more