MonkeyPox Vaccine Has HIGHER Rates of Heart Disease Side Effects than COVID Vaccines and the CDC Wants to Inject them Into Your Children

MonkeyPox Vaccine Has HIGHER Rates of Heart Disease Side Effects than COVID Vaccines and the CDC Wants to Inject them Into Your Children by Brian Shilhavy, Editor, Health Impact News Now that all age groups for children starting with babies 6 months old have been approved to be injected with the deadly COVID-19 vaccines, the CDC announced last week that they also want to start injecting children with a monkeypox vaccine. Time reports: U.S. health officials are looking to expand use of the monkeypox vaccine for children as the outbreak…

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Any Exposure To Light During Sleep Can Lead To Obesity, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure

Any Exposure To Light During Sleep Can Lead To Obesity, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure By Chris Melore for Natural Blaze Does a bright smartphone screen often wake you up in the middle of the night? A new study finds any kind of light exposure during sleep can significantly increase the risk of developing obesity, diabetes, or high blood pressure — especially in older adults. While examining over 500 older men and women between 63 and 84, researchers from Northwestern University found that harmful light exposure can come from all sorts of…

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Safe cures against COVID-19 are being suppressed in favor of lethal clot shots

Safe cures against COVID-19 are being suppressed in favor of lethal clot shots By Ramon Tomey for Prevention An op-ed has expounded on the suppression of safe cures against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in favor of the more dangerous vaccines. “Every time a treatment was discovered that improved COVID-19 patients’ outcomes or prevented transmission of the virus, forces stepped in to prevent the treatment from being used,” wrote Rhoda Wilson in a June 22 piece published in the Daily Expose. “A growing number of natural treatments that could have prevented the spread of…

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Scientists say celery may help prevent and treat cancer

Scientists say celery may help prevent and treat cancer By Rose Lidell for Food Science Unlike other superfoods, celery has a mild flavor and pale color. But despite its unimpressive look and taste, scientists say that celery may have impressive qualities to prevent and treat cancer. Celery (Apium graveolens) is a superfood that’s full of essential vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. Celery is full of different beneficial compounds, but studies have shown that it’s main cancer-fighting constituent is apigenin, an antioxidant flavonoid. Apigenin has powerful chemopreventive effects that continue to impress researchers. In…

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Almost 3,000% Increase in Eye Disorders Following COVID-19 Vaccines

Almost 3,000% Increase in Eye Disorders Following COVID-19 Vaccines by Brian Shilhavy, Editor, Health Impact News A case study was published earlier this month in the Journal Français d’Ophtalmologie reporting an anterior uveitis case that developed after the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a 54-year-old female. Bilateral anterior uveitis after BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine: Case report A 54-year-old female patient, who did not have any disease other than diabetes mellitus, had complaints of redness, blurred vision, eye and headache that started in both eyes 3 days after the first dose…

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Jute mallow, spider plant and other African vegetables hailed as superfoods

Jute mallow, spider plant and other African vegetables hailed as superfoods By Rose Lidell for Ingredients Spinach and kale often take center stage in the U.S. when it comes to superfoods. But according to researchers, African vegetables like bitter gourd and jute plants are just as good as, and sometimes even better than, other popular superfoods. Despite the unappetizing names, African nightshade, slimy jute plant leaves and the spider plant should be reconsidered as powerful superfoods. According to researchers, these plants, often eaten as traditional foods in different parts of Africa, are some of…

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Plant-Based Meats Less Nutritious Than The Real Thing, Study Reveals

Plant-Based Meats Less Nutritious Than The Real Thing, Study Reveals By Study Finds for Natural Blaze Plant-based meats don’t pack the same protein punch, making them less nutritious than the real thing. A team from The Ohio State University says their experiments reveal human cells take in fewer proteins from meat alternatives because they are harder to absorb. The discovery could lead to the development of healthier products, ranging from faux fish sticks to chicken “cheats.” “The ever-growing population on earth has increased the challenge of providing sufficient proteins from meat…

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Study: Eating a plant-based diet can help lower heart disease risk

Study: Eating a plant-based diet can help lower heart disease risk By Zoey Sky for Food Science Numerous studies have shown that following a plant-based diet offers many health benefits, such as promoting weight loss and boosting heart health. According to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, reducing animal product intake and following a plant-based diet can also help lower your heart disease risk by decreasing the production of a gut microbial metabolite linked to coronary heart disease. Your gut microbiota consists of microbes that affect many things, such as your…

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Is There Medicine Growing In Your Backyard?

Is There Medicine Growing In Your Backyard? By Jeremiah Johnson for Natural Blaze Are there medicines in your backyard? Absolutely, but to determine what they are, you first must understand the practice of herbalism. Herbalism is the forerunner to modern pharmaceutical medicine. One of the main principles of it that should be taken to heart was expostulated by Nicholas Culpepper the author of the Materia Medica during the Middle Ages. This book was the first comprehensive guide in Europe to herbal healing. Considered the “father” of modern herbalism, Culpepper wrote the…

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Turmeric: A Wellness Promoting Tonic At Low Doses, Research Reveals

Turmeric: A Wellness Promoting Tonic At Low Doses, Research Reveals By Sayer Ji for Green Med Info GNN Note – I have been taking 1,500 mgs daily for more than 2 years and, while I am overweight (working on it) my overall health and wellness is very strong. My doctor doesn’t know what to think about it. / END Turmeric has legendary status as a disease-fighting agent, but did you know that when administered in low doses to already healthy adults it significantly improves their wellness?  Over the years, there has…

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