This Common Product Is Poisoning the Next Generation

FDA mercury poisoning

August 22, 2017 | 11,786 Views

A couple of years ago, the FDA had the nerve to claim that under the EU system, the public is being used as guinea pigs - and that we don't use our people as guinea pigs in the US. It turns out the exact opposite is true. Here's the untold facts.

1 Out of 12 Doctors Collecting Bonuses for Pushing Opioids

opioid-related payments to physicians

August 22, 2017 | 713 Views

While the US struggles in the grip of an opioid epidemic that kills 91 Americans each day, drug companies are making opioid-related payments to physicians. Family physicians received the most payments, which may be a factor in why so many people are inappropriately prescribed these deadly drugs for chronic pain.

Flame Retardants Damaging Kids' Brains

flame retardants affect kids iq

August 22, 2017 | 639 Views

Exposure to flame retardants around the time of conception, in utero or during childhood is associated with lower intelligence among children. Greater exposures to these neurotoxic chemicals are associated with decreases in IQ, amounting to 'millions of IQ points lost' among US kids.

Controversy Over Fake Meat Burger Heats Up as Documents Reveal FDA Safety Concerns

Controversy Over Fake Meat Burger Heats Up as Documents Reveal FDA Safety Concerns

August 21, 2017 | 90,918 Views

There's a reason the FDA has their doubts - its competitor has triggered all sorts of problems from nausea to cramps, diarrhea, vomiting and even death. Please be careful, just because Bill Gates is investing in it, it doesn't mean it's good for you.

Should You Eat Cactus Fruit for Betalain?


August 21, 2017 | 16,255 Views

A powerful compound called betalain, a natural plant pigment in an assortment of foods, including beets and cactus fruit (aka prickly pear), has been found to have several powerful effects on health on a cellular level, fighting cancer, hypertension and the inflammation implicated in so many other serious diseases.

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Bananas


August 21, 2017 | 29,506 Views

Bananas are an ancient crop, cultivated in tropical climates such as Central and South America. In the US, bananas have a rich history that goes back to the mid-1800s. There are numerous varieties many people in America aren't well acquainted with, as the Cavendish is the type that's easiest to market.

Annual Update on the Minamata Convention on Mercury and the Banning of Amalgam in Dentistry

Annual Update on the Minamata Convention on Mercury and the Banning of Amalgam in Dentistry

August 20, 2017 | 189,538 Views

Sadly, millions are still unknowingly subjecting themselves to this volatile and toxic substance the FDA continues to mislead you on. Don't fall for their spin, this is being sold to you like snake oil.

Feast on This Fresh and Fantastic Fermented Veggies Recipe

Fermented Vegetables

August 20, 2017 | 50,670 Views

Fermenting foods has been practiced for many centuries by different communities all over the world. Don't let this tradition become a thing of the past. Try making this fermented vegetables recipe that's packed with flavor and loaded with benefits.

Declare a War on Waste!

Declare a War on Waste!

August 19, 2017 | 92,364 Views

Man goes on a discovery quest about waste, and you won't believe the staggering things he finds and captures on film. Lest you think you're immune to this, you likely lose thousands of dollars of financial security every year based on these 2 buying mistakes. Time for a change?

Just Dump Your Smelly Sponge

kitchen sponge

August 19, 2017 | 48,348 Views

Scientists recently discovered live bacteria and pathogens in used kitchen sponges, even when users thought they were clean. Microwaving 'may nuke the weak ones, but the strongest, smelliest and potentially pathogenic bacteria will survive,' the study found. What can you do with those smelly sponges?

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