A Discussion on Cholesterol – “Good” and “Bad”

Monday, March 30, 2009 13:12
Posted in category cholesterol

Have you been told you have high cholesterol? Are you trying to find ways to naturally lower your cholesterol? What is the difference between the so-called “good” cholesterol and the so-called “bad” cholesterol? Is there even “good” and “bad” cholesterol in the first place?

The topic of cholesterol is a very big one nowadays, because every other person seems to have “high cholesterol”. The following article by Al gives us a some useful basic knowledge and information on this subject. Read the rest of this entry »

Do Viruses Exist? Does the West Nile Virus Exist?

Monday, March 30, 2009 2:31

Do viruses really cause disease? Is it really the microorganisms which spread disease, or is it the terrain (our bodies) which become unwell and then start housing these pathogens? Why do some people succumb to microorganisms, while others are perfectly fine? What does that tell us? If viruses are not the problem, per se, what good would vaccinations do?

Going further, do viruses even exist in the first place? Or are they just a fraud or hoax perpetuated by the medical community? Is it a deliberate lie, or simply borne out of ignorance or arrogance? Does the West Nile Virus, given publicity by government and mainstream media, even exist in the first place? Rami Nagel explores this fascinating question. Read the rest of this entry »

Quotes on Antibiotics, Hospitals, Doctors, and Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria or “Superbugs”

Friday, March 27, 2009 14:36

The medical culture today is one of crazy antibiotic overuse. Many doctors everywhere are prescribing antibiotics for all sorts of ailments, even those for which antibiotics will obviously not work, such as viral infections. What’s worse, patients are requesting them, too.

Did you know that hospitals and the conventional medical system is one of the number killers, if not the top killer, of our time? The number of people who are hurt or killed each year because of botched hospital procedures, surgical mistakes, drug adverse reactions, misdiagnoses, drug overdoses, mistaken drug administrations, hospital infections, etc, is said to be a six figure sum. It’s staggering. Read the rest of this entry »

Proposed HR 875, Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 – Discussion by Mike Adams

Friday, March 20, 2009 2:53

The following article is Mike Adams’ take on the new proposed laws and regulations which could radically change the way food is grown and produced in the US.

Will it spell the end of good, natural, wholesome, health-promoting organic foods? Is Big Food & Beverage set to seize control and monopolize the way Big Pharma has done? To me, this a worrying situation. I hope I am overreacting. Mike, fortunately, knows how to look at the positive spin of things. Read the rest of this entry »

Researcher Admits to Faking Data – List of Affected Studies

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 13:20
Posted in category Conventional Medicine

In recent times, I have come across a few cases of supposed independent researchers failing to declare that they had in fact taken money from pharmaceutical companies.

Taking money, of course, means having vested interests, which means it becomes difficult to trust the researcher to be fully objective. That makes things tough, because science, after all, is supposed to be an objective process. Sadly, there is so much money involved in conventional medicine, that it has truly really become very hard to tell what is authentic, what is real, and what is truly for human health and wellbeing. Read the rest of this entry »

Falsified Clinical Trials for Bextra, Effexor and Celebrex; Big Pharma CEO Fakes Own Cancer

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 12:33
Posted in category Conventional Medicine

In recent months, story after story has surfaced on how supposed independent researchers were in fact on the take from certain drug companies, or how certain cover-ups and foul-ups had taken place within conventional medicine.

This article by Mike Adams reveals yet more disturbing news and information. What’s modern medicine doing to Mankind? Read the rest of this entry »

Flu Vaccines and 1918 Influenza Pandemic – Quotes from Authors

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 12:00
Posted in category Influenza / Flu

Appended is a collation of quotes from various books regarding the 1918 influenze pandemic as well as flu shots and vaccines in general.

Do flu vaccines work? I am of the view that they, like so many aspects of conventional medicine, are a profit-generating mechanism, more than something done truly for human health and wellbeing. In fact, vaccines are filled with toxic chemical poisons which damage human health. Read the rest of this entry »

Marine Ecosystems Severely Threatened by Overfishing: Exclusive Interview with Marine Biologist Dr. Boris Worm

Tuesday, March 17, 2009 7:29
Posted in category Omega 3 Fatty Acids

by Mike Adams

Every corner of the Earth’s oceans has been impacted by commercial fishing, and many commercial fisheries are now in a state of collapse, warns Dr. Boris Worm, a prominent marine biologist and primary author of a peer-reviewed paper published in Science entitled, Impacts of Biodiversity Loss on Ocean Ecosystem Services (http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/314/5800/787) (Science, November 2006: Vol. 314. no. 5800, pp. 787 – 790).

The plundering of the world’s seafood populations is not sustainable, warns Dr. Worm in this exclusive interview with NaturalNews editor Mike Adams. The rapid depletion of important predator species like sharks — combined with the loss of slow-growing marine mammals such as whales — is causing a dangerous imbalance in the sustainability of ocean life. Read the rest of this entry »

Omega 3 Benefits – The Amazing Health Benefits of Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Thursday, March 5, 2009 14:09

Omega 3 benefits health in so many ways, in a manner which hardly any other nutrient can match up to. And perhaps the most well-known health benefit of omega 3 fatty acids is its ability to reduce inflammation in the body.

This is ultra significant, because inflammation has a key role to play in a host of serious diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune conditions, as well as many others. Read the rest of this entry »

Antiobiotics Greatly Increase Infant Asthma Risk; Pet Dogs Cut This Risk

Thursday, February 12, 2009 6:19

This article provides yet more evidence of the dangers of antibiotics – this time, it shows that these drugs can dramatically raise of risk of asthma in children.

On a better (and interesting) note, it has also been revealed that the presence of a pet dog in the home can help reduce asthma risk in children. This association is put down to the possibility that germs brought home by dogs could help the development of an infant’s immune system. Read the rest of this entry »