Why Milk Is So Evil

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Dairy products – including all milk products, milk, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, kefir, ice-cream, etc. – are related to all kinds of diseases including cardiovascular diseases, autoimmune diseases, cancer, allergies, asthma, digestive diseases, thyroid problems,  neurological diseases, etc.  The list is unlimited and I wish I could include it here, but for sake of space let us concentrate on ...

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Stats for thought

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Autoimmune, Cancer and Heart Disease

Up to 40 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease [Stephen Edelson MD and Deborah Mitchell, What your Doctor May Not Tell You About Autoimmune Disorders]. Of that number, about 75% are women, making it the fourth largest cause of disability in women.
Autoimmune disease is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in female children and women in all age groups up to 64 years of age.

Researchers ...

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The Flu Threat: Swine Influenza, Greedy Pigs, and How to Keep Yourself Healthy

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Here we go again with the flu threat, this time a swine flu with the potential for a global pandemic – or so we’re told. I’m kind of tired of the same old “be afraid, be very afraid” tone in regards to the whole flu threat. There are really other threats with greater implications for our well being! But still, the subject is certainly worth our attention, as there ...

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Cell Phone Hazards

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Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) affect cellular metabolism and generate free radicals that can be hazardous to your health. Cell phones are a source of EMFs and there are already thousands of studies pointing out to cell phone hazards. Studies indicate higher rates of Alzheimer’s disease, mood disorders, depression, and other neurological problems in people exposed to EMFs. Other studies show that EMFs may be linked to an increase in cancers, especially brain ...

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Plastic Toxicity

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Plastics come in all sorts of shapes and colors to make our lives easier and more convenient, containing certain substances that improve their performance and also makes them less expensive. In general we are told that plastics have a low profile of toxicity due to its properties, for example water and relative chemical inertness. What we are usually not told is that plastics contain additional toxic substances -bisphenol A (BPA) used to ...

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Parkinson’s Disease: 30 tips and an inner view

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Background

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the most common serious movement disorder in the world, affecting about 1% of adults older than 55 years. It represents the most common example of a family of neurodegenerative disorders characterized by variable degrees of “parkinsonism” which is defined as a paucity and slowness of movement (bradykinesia), tremor at rest, rigidity, shuffling gait, and flexed posture. Parkinsonism results from a reduction of dopaminergic transmission ...

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