Wednesday, October 31, 2018 by: Isabelle Z. Tags: arsenic, badcancer, badhealth, cadmium, cancer causes, chromium, disease causes, heavy metal exposure, Heavy metals, Lead, lead exposure, mercury, toxins (Natural News) Heavy metals are all around us. You might not see them, but they are widely distributed throughout the environment thanks to their many agricultural, technological, medical, and industrial applications. You might think that if you don’t come into direct contact with these metals, your risk must be minimal, but studies show that even low levels of exposure to heavy metals increase your risk of organ damage and cancer. The toxicity of heavy metals depends on many factors. While the dose, chemical species and method of exposure all play a role on the heavy metal’s end, there is also an individual risk element depending on your genetics, age, gender and nutritional status. However, researchers have identified a few priority metals that are of concern to … [Read more...] about Even low levels of heavy metals exposure can raise your risk of cancer and multiple organ damage
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 by: Tracey Watson Tags: badfood, badhealth, conventional farming, dirty dozen, fresh produce, fruits, groceries, grocery, grocery cures, organic produce, organics, pesticides, Strawberries, superfood, toxic chemicals, toxins (Natural News) It’s difficult to imagine that any fruit or vegetable could actually be bad for you, but the unfortunate fact is that conventionally grown produce is virtually drowned in pesticides which cannot be removed even with careful washing and peeling – a process which changes these nutrient-packed natural gifts into nothing more than poison dispensers. Strawberries, with their delicious flavor and low sugar content, are a favorite with many people, especially those watching their weight. What many of us are unaware of, however, is that conventionally grown strawberries top the list known as the “dirty dozen” year after year because of all the neurotoxic pesticides they are sprayed with. This year is … [Read more...] about Strawberries top the Dirty Dozen list AGAIN as the most pesticide-ridden crop you can eat
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 by: S.D. Wells Tags: autism, badhealth, children overdose, Dangerous Medicine, flu shot, fluluval vaccine, heavy metal toxins, infant overdose, influenza vaccine, medicine overdose, mercury in vaccines, mercury overdose, toxic vaccine, vaccine dose, vaccine injury, vaccine overdose, vaccine toxins, vaccines (Natural News) Did you know that a pregnant woman, a 6-month-young child, and a 250 pound man all get the same dose of chemicals in any given inoculation, including the influenza vaccine? Whether the vaccine contains formaldehyde, aluminum, monosodium glutamate, squalene, sodium chloride, porcine gelatin, egg protein, E. coli, African Green Monkey kidney cells, neomycin, human serum albumin, diploid cells from an abortion, or even mercury – a seven pound infant gets injected with the same amount of neuro-degenerative chemicals, known carcinogens, and heavy metal toxins as a full grown man or woman. Why? Where’s the logic? And sure, some … [Read more...] about Vaccines – One size fits all… or does it? Examine the ABSURDITY of failed “vaccine logic”
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 by: Vicki Batts Tags: Alzheimer's, bad drugs, bad medicine, badhealth, Big Pharma, brain function, brain health, cholesterol, cognitive function, Dangerous Medicine, dementia, disease causes, harmful medicine, memory loss, prevent disease, statin drugs, statins (Natural News) Statins are quickly becoming one of the most controversial drugs on the market. Experts say that there are millions of people being prescribed these hazardous drugs for no reason. Pharmaceutical dogma is so deeply ingrained that many people without heart disease are prescribed statins as a “preventive” measure — even though the side effects of the drugs are crippling. Research has shown that the purported benefits of these “medicines” are far outweighed by the consequences. Statins are associated with a number of deleterious side effects, including memory loss and increased risk of dementia. And to make matters worse, the “science” on … [Read more...] about Is there a connection between statins and memory loss?
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 by: Rhonda Johansson Tags: badhealth, badmedicine, dehydration, kidney disease, kidney failure, kidneys, magnesium deficiency, over-the-counter medicine, Prescription drugs, renal disease, renal failure, smoking (Natural News) Are you aware of these daily habits that could be hurting your kidneys? Let’s admit it: these organs are not given the respect they need. So much attention is placed on our heart, lungs, and mental health, leaving our poor old kidneys left to the side. Yet, without our kidneys, we would not be able to live. Think of these two bean-shaped organs as your trash men. The kidneys remove waste products and excess fluid from your body via the urine. The production of urine involves complex steps of excretion and absorption. These processes are vital to survival. If we damage our kidneys, our body would no longer be able to clear itself of harmful substances. The kidneys also produce hormones that affect the performance and … [Read more...] about Break these bad habits to keep your kidneys clean