Do Flu Vaccines Actually Work? – Discussing the Facts

Sunday, November 8, 2009 8:51

And so the swine flu (H1N1 virus) of 2009 has been declared a “pandemic”, and authorities worldwide are encouraging the masses to go get their vaccinations to protect themselves against this disease. Before you or or your loved one chooses to do so, however, you must know that the current H1N1 vaccines have NOT been rigorously tested for safety – we’re not even taking about efficacy.

And, in truth, taking a look at the swine flu situation around the world, this virus looks like a relatively minor condition, with not much of a stir raised; if the swine flu is considered a “pandemic”, what about the regular flu, cancer, heart disease, stroke, and what not? Shouldn’t they be considered “zandemics”? One really has to wonder WHY the authorities insist on exaggerating the dangers, instilling fear in the people and promoting vaccines. And it isn’t hard for one to figure out that political and monetary influences are at play.

Then there is the broader question of flu vaccines and vaccines in general – do they actually work? Is there scientific evidence of their effectiveness? Alarming, there is little, if not none, and yet this medical protocol is pushed upon the population as though its efficacy is hard fact. Frightening. Here, Mike Adams discusses this issue in an entertaining and very informational piece. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Tips to Manage Your Weight Day to Day

Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:23

If you are looking to lose weight the chances are that you would like to get on with it as quickly as possible. This is the rationale behind all the various fad diets out there. It is also the reason why so many people engage in the even more dangerous ’crash dieting’ fad.

Weight loss is something that needs to be managed in an assured manner. You should be aware of the fact that losing weight should be done as part of a gradual process Not only is it better for your metabolism, but it will also get you used to performing the right habits and therefore less likely to get back in the bad old ways later on. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Essential Tips For Forming a Weight Loss Plan

Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:07

We can all begin a weight loss regime with the best intentions, but sustaining it on a long term basis requires solid foundations. This starts in the mind and its going to take both you and your mind working together to get the best out of your weight loss dreams.

What this means is that you need to reduce, or ideally , eliminate the bad and disruptive emotions and thought patterns that can prevent attainment of goals. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Things to Avoid If You Want to Lose Weight

Sunday, June 14, 2009 0:45

Skipping breakfast may seem to be a good idea , and indeed that seems to be the case for quite a lot of dieters. Some people just do not feel like eating from the first moment they wake up, while others see it as an easy way to avoid a few calories.

The problem with this though is that it is actually counterproductive to avoid breakfast. In fact, studies have revealed that far from causing you to lose calories skipping breakfast can greatly increase your chances of gaining weight. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Starve Yourself Of Negative Diet Patterns

Sunday, June 14, 2009 0:18

The power of the mind has been well known to successful and
fulfilled people for centuries. Experts of the sub conscious mind
such as hypnotists have come up with ingenious ways that bypass
the conscious mind and speak directly to the sub conscious.

Often hypnosis is used to help people achieve their weight loss goals. In this article I will show you how to do that without any fancy hypnotist or high fees. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Shed The Pounds Without Changing Your Lifestyle At All

Sunday, June 14, 2009 0:06

Have you tried a number of diets and failed? Maybe even tried some
exercise only to find you lose a little weight but it comes
straight back again? Well don’t worry. There’s a reason for that
and in this article I’ll explain why it happens, and how to combat

Stress it not just a mental reaction but a physical condition. When
places under stress your body will produce adrenaline but it also
produces a hormone called Cortisol. This hormone is responsible for
pumping energy in the form of sugar into the body to fuel the
adrenalin rush. Stress is then a natural bodily function designed
to help keep us alive and reactive to things going on in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

Soy Found To Be Contaminated with Hexane, a Toxic Chemical

Monday, June 1, 2009 4:55

Many vegetarians and health-conscious people consume a lot of soy and soy food products. Yet, some experts and parties are of the view that soy is NOT a healthy food, partly because of their hormonal content, and partly because they say that the soy supply today is almost entirely contaminated and / or genetically engineered.

This article surfaces a major concern regarding conventional soy products, including infant formulas – many of the non-organic varieties are contaminated with the solvent hexane, a toxic chemical. This adds on to all the information already available on the severe state of poisoning of our food supply today. Read the rest of this entry »

Multi-Drug Pill is Pharmaceutical’s Latest Invention

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 7:24

When Man has little, he knows how to share. When Man has a lot, he simply wants more. Aren’t pharmaceutical companies already making trillions or zillions of dollars? How much more do they want?

Their latest invention is a multi-drug pill, almost like a chemical-poison verson of multi-vitamin supplements. Is the real purpose to improve the health of the masses, or to improve the bottomline? You draw your own conclusions. Read the rest of this entry »

How Safe Are Medical Products Which Are Passed as “Safe”?

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 7:12

When medical or health products, including drugs, are supposedly reviewed by independent parties and passed as safe, what exactly goes on behind the scenes? Are the procedures robust? What exactly does “FDA Approved” mean?

Worryingly, things are not in order. Mike blows the lid on what recently transpired in the US in this area. Funny? Hilarious. Alarming? Extremely. Read the rest of this entry »

Alkalizing Your Body and Your Blood – A Discussion

Monday, March 30, 2009 14:13

If you are slightly familiar with natural health and healing, you would probably have heard it before – alkalize your body for good health. Or, cancer cells need an acidic environment to thrive and will die in an alkaline environment. Or something else along these lines.

Things can get a little confusing because there are different pH levels in the body – the pH of cells, of blood, of saliva, of urine, are all different. And then different sources of information seem to tell us different things about what is alkalizing and what is acidifying, or about how alkaline is actually ideal. Dr Ben Kim, a chiropractor and acupuncturist, helps shed a little light on this issue. Read the rest of this entry »