Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Lime Disease Has Reached Epidemic Levels

tickby Joshua Krause (Ready Nutrition)

It wasn’t that long ago that if you mentioned “Lyme disease” to someone, they probably wouldn’t know what you were talking about. That someone might have even been your doctor, or it may have been you. Without knowing what it entails or how it’s caused, you could be carrying the worsening symptoms and not know why your health is failing in so many ways.
Things have improved in recent years but not for any good reason. The public is more aware of Lyme disease now than they ever have before, but only because the spread of this tick borne disease has reached epidemic levels. This is especially so on the east coast, where Lyme has become downright prolific.
It’s not clear why – experts say climate change, forest regrowth and the spread of deer might all be factors. What is clear is that many more people than before need to watch out for the ticks that carry the infection, CDC says.
“Over time, the number of counties identified as having high incidence of Lyme disease in the northeastern states increased more than 320 percent: from 43 (1993-1997) to 90 (1998-2002) to 130 (2003-2007) to 182 (2008-2012),” Kiersten Kugeler of the CDC’s center in Forth Collins, Colorado, and colleagues write in their report.
The northern coast of New Jersey is no longer a hotbed of new Lyme infections, but now east-central Pennsylvania is, they said.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Breast Cancer Fund Exposes the Cancer-Causing Chemicals Lurking in Food

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by Sandy J. Duncan at  NaturalNews.com. 

I'm certain if you were to poll women and ask whether they'd rather have lawns with no weeds or be able to keep their breasts, the answer would be the latter! And yet billions of tons of pesticides are spread all over our lawns, on our kids' soccer fields, at our parks and on our crops, regardless of the mounting scientific evidence that directly links these toxic chemicals to breast cancer and other types of cancers.

Here's a list of harmful but common chemicals found in our food, food packaging, food containers, and water supply as well as some ways to avoid or limit your exposure.

Avoid these chemicals

Bisphenol A (BPA) is in reusable plastic containers and the lining of many food and beverage cans. BPA has been linked to breast and others cancers, reproductive problems, obesity, early puberty and heart disease. Tests show that 93 percent of Americans have BPA in their bodies.

How to avoid it? Don't buy canned food, say no to cash register receipts, since thermal paper is usually coated with BPA and avoid plastics with a triangle marked "PC" for polycarbonate or recycling label #7.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Pharmaceutical Birth Control Pollution in Drinking Water Could Cause Fertility Apocalypse in U.S.



by Jonathan Benson of NaturalNews

If you and your family still drink water right out of the tap, you might want to reconsider in light of a new study released by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). For the past several years, we've been warning our readers that pharmaceutical drug residues persist in unfiltered tap water, and the USGS has now confirmed that birth control drugs are among those present, threatening a possible widespread infertility epidemic in the coming years.

Published in the journal Scientific Reports, the USGS study looked at the effects of the synthetic hormone 17a-ethinylestradiol, or EE2, a common additive in most contraceptive pills, on Japanese medaka fish exposed to it through drinking water during their first week of development. Although the exposed fish and their immediate offspring appeared to be unaffected by the drugs, the second generation was affected.

According to the National Catholic Register, the second generation of exposed medaka fish experienced difficulty fertilizing their eggs, suffering an astounding 30 percent reduction in reproduction capacity. Their embryos were also much less likely than those of their parents to survive. Those that did survive, representing the third generation of fish, also suffered the effects of exposure to 17a-ethinylestradiol, showing a 20 percent impairment in fertility and survival rates.

"This study shows that even though endocrine disruptors may not affect the life of the exposed fish, it may negatively affect future generations," explained lead author Ramji Bhandari, a USGS visiting scientist and assistant research professor from the University of Missouri. "If similar trends were observed in subsequent generations, a severe decline in overall population numbers might be expected by the F4 generation."

Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in public water and tainted food are destroying the male species

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

77 THERAPEUTIC AND HOUSEHOLD USES FOR HYDROGEN PEROXIDE


Julian Thomas, Contributor
Waking Times

It’s the liquid you pour onto your finger after you accidentally cut yourself while doing the dishes. It’s what you use to disinfect your child’s knee after a fall, but did you know that there are so many other uses for hydrogen peroxide?

Maybe you’ve recognized it by its chemical formula, which is H2O2. In the purest form, it’s a colorless liquid, and it’s just a bit more viscous than water. Some of the most popular hydrogen peroxide uses involve disinfecting, bleaching and oxidizing.

In fact, if you know someone who listens to the famous rapper, Eminem, maybe they told you that he used hydrogen peroxide to bleach his hair! You can think of hydrogen peroxide as being water that is equipped with an additional oxygen atom. The truth is that these two compounds are very different.

Fact: Pure hydrogen peroxide will actually explode if you heat it to its boiling point.
For this reason, most household products contain a diluted solution of the chemical. The majority of household solutions containing HP have as little as 3 to 5 percent of the active chemical in them.
A lot of people don’t know that the fizzing that you see when you pour HP onto a cut is actually H2O2 bonds breaking apart. The bubbles are really just free oxygen molecules.

While the science is quite fascinating, the practice uses of hydrogen peroxide are even better! Let’s dive right into the exciting world of HP and see what it can do for you!

Note: The term “HP” used in this article is just a shorter way of saying “hydrogen peroxide”. Also, the majority of these “uses’ should be carried out using a 3%, standard-grade purity of HP.

The Complete List

1.) Eliminate Viruses. You can use about three drops of 3 percent HP in each of your ears. Some experts say doing this can greatly reduce the duration of the flu and cold. Once you apply the drops of HP, let the HP sit for about 10 minutes before allowing it to drain. Another benefit is that it will take the ear wax with it!
2.) Get rid of pesticides. Most fresh vegetables are produced using spray pesticides. These are harmful chemicals that you don’t want to consume. Add about ¼ a cup of HP to a bowl with 3 cups of water and allow your vegetables to soak in it for about 30 minutes. Rinse the veggies well and stick them in the refrigerator for a while. You obviously want to make sure the vegetables don’t have any open wounds that will soak up the HP/water solution.
3.) Get rids of airborne germs. If you have a humidifier, you can mix 1 pint of 3 percent HP with one gallon of water and add it to your humidifier. Let the humidifier run until the mixture is depleted. The disinfectant and antibacterial properties of the liquid will eliminate airborne germs.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Video: What Does This Former Merck Salesman Know About Vaccines That You Don't





Did you know vaccines contain mercury (flu shot only), formaldehyde (known to cause cancer), MSG (a neurotoxin), and several animal byproducts (eggs, blood, monkey kidneys, & human fetus cells). How can vaccines be perfectly safe when they are loaded with toxins?

Source of video: www.infowars.com

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Seattle 6th Graders Get Birth Control Implants Without Parental Consent

Joshua Krause
The Daily Sheeple


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You would think that parents would have the final say over their children’s health, but in America, that’s simply not the case anymore. The government has its own agenda for your kids, and if you don’t like it, tough. They’re not really your kids anymore. They belong to the state.

Especially if you live in Seattle, Washington. CNS news recently reported that 13 school clinics in Seattle offer free birth control implants to their students, such as IUDs. What’s more alarming though, is the fact that these implants can be given without informing the parents of any child who is in at least 6th grade. CNS news spoke to a member of the “Take Charge” program, which is responsible for providing family planning services for residents of Washington: “A student who does not want their parents to know they are seeking reproductive health services is allowed to apply for Take Charge using their own income, and if they are insured under their parents’ plan, the insurance would not be billed.” Birth control is provided free of charge for students of families in lower-income brackets.

What’s truly frightening about this is that birth control implants, like any medical procedure, often come with complications. If a child doesn’t want her parents to know that she’s on birth control, will she inform her parents of any complications she’s having? CNS news also noted the insanity of the situation in Seattle schools. Kids aren’t allowed to buy sodas on campus, but apparently they’re old enough to consent to a medical procedure. Nanny state knows best!

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

INDEPENDENCE: The Ultimate Act of Insurrection


 

Delivered by Daisy Luther (The Organic Prepper)

It’s Independence Day! The 4th of July! Burgers! Picnics! Fireworks!

That’s what it’s all about, right? Go, America!

Actually, no, there probably weren’t any hotdogs cooking on the grill on Independence Day in 1776. When the founding fathers of our nation signed the Declaration of Independence, they probably weren’t wondering if the beer was cold yet, if Ben was going to burn the burgers again, or whether 

Thomas remembered the lighter for the fireworks.

They were thinking about freedom.

The whole purpose of the gesture was that these men were tired of bowing down to someone who did not have their best interests at heart. They were determined to no longer be the subjects of a King who looked at them as a way to make himself wealthy.

And, sadly, here we are a couple hundred years later, dependent yet again.

Our culture is just so incredibly dependent. Freedom is terrifying to most people because it means that they and they alone, are responsible for the actions that they take. An independent person succeeds or fails on his or her own merit. Independence by its very nature means that the possibility of failure exists. It requires a sense of adventure, confidence, and the ability to fail and get right back up again, and it seems like these things are being bred out of the American people.

What “independence” actually means

“Independent”, by definition, is the opposite of dependent. Here’s a whole list of definitions:
1. not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.; thinking or acting for oneself.
2. not subject to another’s authority or jurisdiction; autonomous; free
3. not influenced by the thought or action of others.
4. not dependent; not depending or contingent upon something else for existence, operation, etc.
5. not relying on another or others for aid or support.
6. rejecting others’ aid or support; refusing to be under obligation to others.
7. possessing a competency.
So, if you are, at heart, a free person, the above is the description of your character.

Maybe you read that list and realized it doesn’t describe you. With some hard work and a big dose of courage, it can. Here’s how:

You must reduce your dependence on everything that is out of your control.

You must reduce your dependence on the government, the large corporations, the transportation system, money, the banking system, entities like the FDA and the USDA. All of these are marketed to us to make it seem like we can’t survive without them.