Aluminum is a key ingredient in MANY vaccines: Here’s why it’s so dangerous

Aluminum is a key ingredient in MANY vaccines: Here’s why it’s so dangerous by: Vicki Batts for Natural News If it isn’t one toxic ingredient, it’s another. While mercury-containing thimerosal may not be widely used in vaccines these days, that doesn’t make Big Pharma’s inoculations any safer. Aluminum is a common vaccine ingredient — and it’s typically used as an adjuvant in order to purposely agitate the immune system. Unsurprisingly, there is a substantial body of evidence which indicates that aluminum is a potential health hazard. In spite of the obvious, aluminum…

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When chemotherapy fails, science turns to… flaxseeds?

When chemotherapy fails, science turns to… flaxseeds? by: Isabelle Z. for Natural News Chemotherapy remains a popular treatment for cancer patients, but that’s mostly due to its profit potential and a lack of alternatives rather than its efficacy. In fact, as far as treatments go, it leaves a lot to be desired, ravaging patients’ bodies without providing meaningful progress in many cases. Now, researchers are looking back to nature to make up for chemotherapy’s shortcomings. In a new study, Italian researchers looked at whether flaxseed could enhance the effects of…

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Study Finds Link Between Gut Health And Muscle Strength

Study Finds Link Between Gut Health And Muscle Strength from Natural Blaze The microorganisms living in the intestines could help with muscle growth and function, opening new doors to interventions for age-related skeletal muscle loss, an international research team led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has found. Through a series of strength and movement-related exercises conducted on mice, the team comprising researchers from Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, France, UK, US, and Australia, found that mice with gut microbes had stronger skeletal muscles that can produce more energy when compared…

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10 Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods Your Doctor Hasn’t Told You About

10 Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods Your Doctor Hasn’t Told You About by: Off The Grid News Whenever you are sick, your body gets inflamed. Inflammation is a way for the body to heal and protect itself. However, inflammation can also be a negative thing. When it occurs, you are still in perfectly good health and your body tissues are okay. When you have inflammation over a long period of time, it can lead to negative effects. This includes you getting diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity among many others.…

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The Link Between Fast Food and Teenage Depression

The Link Between Fast Food and Teenage Depression by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola In the U.S., an estimated 3.2 million adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 suffer from depression, defined as having at least one major depressive episode in a year. This accounts for 13.3% of adolescents, who experience a period of at least two weeks with a depressed mood, loss of interest in daily activities and other symptoms, such as problems with sleep, appetite, energy, concentration or feelings of self-worth.1 Depression among adolescents is on the rise,…

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This Is Why So Many Americans Are Deathly Afraid Of Going To The Hospital…

This Is Why So Many Americans Are Deathly Afraid Of Going To The Hospital… by Michael Snyder for End of the American Dream What you are about to read in this article is likely to make you very angry.  Once upon a time, the primary mission of our hospitals was to help people, but today they have become vicious financial predators.  Many Americans try very hard to avoid visiting the hospital because of what it might cost, but if an emergency happens there is no choice.  They often get us…

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Prevent and fight cancer with allium and cruciferous vegetables

Prevent and fight cancer with allium and cruciferous vegetables by: Evangelyn Rodriguez for Natural News Whenever studies report about anti-cancer foods, fruits and mainly vegetables top their lists. These fibrous, plant-based foods are rich in chemical compounds that can prevent, halt the progression of, and even fight several diseases. After years of investigating, researchers have finally identified these valuable sources of cancer-fighting chemicals as cruciferous and allium vegetables. What’s even better is that both types of vegetables can easily be included in every meal. The lowdown on allium and cruciferous vegetables Allium vegetables are some of the most recognizable plants…

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Microplastics Harming Our Drinking Water Is A Major Environmental Challenge

Microplastics Harming Our Drinking Water Is A Major Environmental Challenge from Natural Blaze Plastics in our waste streams are breaking down into tiny particles, causing potentially catastrophic consequences for human health and our aquatic systems, finds research from the University of Surrey and Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials. Led by Dr Judy Lee and Marie Enfrin from the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Surrey and Dr Ludovic Dumée at Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials, the project investigated nano and microplastics in water and wastewater treatment…

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How Much Omega-3 Do You Need?

How Much Omega-3 Do You Need? by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Dietary fats are essential to good health. Although it is harmful to eat too many of some, or not enough of others, without healthy fats your body will not work properly.1 Fat is used to keep your skin and hair healthy, absorb certain vitamins and insulate your body to keep you warm. Certain fats are essential since your body cannot make them. Fat is required for brain development as well as controlling inflammation and blood clotting. The most dangerous type…

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Sliced or diced, they’re good for you: 10 Health benefits of beets

Sliced or diced, they’re good for you: 10 Health benefits of beets by: Zoey Sky for Natural News Red beets may be an acquired taste, but there’s no denying that these nutritious root vegetables offer many health benefits. Whether you add them to smoothies or savory dishes, beets offer various benefits, such as improving your digestion and boosting heart health. Beets (Beta vulgaris) are root vegetables that look like turnips. They have rough outer skins that cover their roots, plus long green stems and leaves. Cutting beets produces a red juice that could stain your hand.…

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