Glyphosate worse than we could imagine. “It’s everywhere” — NaturalNews.com – April 30, 2019

(Natural News) As new studies continue to point to a direct link between the widely-used glyphosate herbicide and various forms of cancer, the agribusiness lobby fights ferociously to ignore or discredit evidence of human and other damage. A second US court jury case just ruled that Monsanto, now a part of the German Bayer AG, must pay $ 81 million in damages to plaintiff Edwin Hardeman who contracted non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer. The ruling and a line-up of another 11,000 pending cases in US courts going after the effects of glyphosate, have hit Bayer AG hard with the company announcing several thousand layoffs as its stock price plunges.

(Article by F. William Engdahl republished from GlobalResearch.ca)

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5 Cannabis Research Findings that Should’ve Been on the Front Page — February 8, 2018

Anna Hunt, Staff Writer Waking Times Scientists are continuously discovering new ways that cannabis can benefit human health. Typically, researchers publish these discoveries in peer-reviewed journals. Yet, most cannabis research never makes its way into mainstream news. In the public eye, these studies go unnoticed. Here are five examples of cannabis research that warrant our attention.…Read more

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Cannabis May Protect Alcohol Users from Liver Disease, Research Shows — January 22, 2018

Anna Hunt, Staff WriterWaking Times A new study showed that abusive alcohol users who also use cannabis are less likely to develop all types of liver disease. A group of researchers set out to “determine the effects of cannabis use on the incidence of liver disease in individuals who abuse alcohol.” They wanted to see…Read more

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Pumpkin Seeds: 11 Evidence-Based Health Benefits — October 21, 2017

October 22nd, 2017 By Sayer Ji Contributing writer for Wake Up World Pumpkin seeds, like all edible seeds, pack an immense nutritional and medicinal punch. After all, they contain future worlds within their compact structure. As Emerson said, “the creation of a thousand forests is within one acorn.” In order to prepare their “babies” for survival outside the…Read more

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Western diet of processed foods found to cause chronic liver inflammation – July 21, 2017

(Natural News) There are many lifestyle and dietary factors than can lead to chronic liver inflammation, and one of them is a Western diet. According to a new study, this particular diet, which is rich in saturated fats and refined sugars, can increase the chances of developing hepatic inflammation, especially among males. If left untreated,…

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Meat consumption linked to nine major diseases in largest study done so far – July 14, 2017

Meat consumption

 

May 19, 2017

Researchers from the National Cancer Institute in Maryland tracked the eating habits of 536,000 men and women between the ages of 50 to 71 for 16 years.

It is the largest study so far to link the consumption of both processed and unprocessed red meat to an increase in death rates from a total of nine different diseases.

The results, published in the British Medical Journal, revealed that people who ate the most red meat were 26 percent more likely to die of nine diseases than those who consume the least.

Heme iron, a type of iron only present in animal meat, may contribute to the risk of dying from cancer or heart disease.

Risk of death from cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, infections, kidney disease, liver disease or lung disease all increased with the amount of meat consumed, and those people with the highest meat intake doubled their chances of dying from chronic liver disease.

The authors of the study stated: Read more at: Rise Of The Vegan