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Category: Wellness

FDA bans natural substance manufactured by the body itself

The FDA recently went after picamilon, a natural combination of Vitamin B3 and a substance made in the body that crosses the blood-brain barrier known as GABA. This natural substance has been so useful as a neuroprotector in boosting brain functioning that Eli Lilly decided to use it as the basis for an Alzheimer’s drug called Solanezumab. At that point, longstanding natural supplements that contain picamilon became a threat to the $7.6 billion the drug company was expected to pull in from its Alzheimer’s drug by 2024. As the drug trials entered their final rounds, supplement firms started getting letters from the FDA about not promoting its natural alternative.

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Olive oil nutrient found to HALT brain cancer cells in their tracks

Brain and other nervous system cancers are the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, killing over 16,000 people each year. The five-year survival rate for this type of cancer is only 34 percent for men and 36 percent for women. Depending on the size, type and grade of the tumor, as well as other factors, like where the tumor is located, conventional treatment usually involves surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The success rate for these treatments is low, however, and the side effects of both the tumors themselves and their treatment can be devastating. A new study by researchers from the University of Edinburgh, published in the Journal of Molecular Biology, provides new hope in the fight against brain cancer.

Famous MMA fighter Bas Rutten reveals how CBD oil helps professional fighters stay off addictive opioids

CBD oil has been in the spotlight recently due to its myriad of health and medicinal uses. Cannabidiol, which is what CBD is short for, is a cannabis compound that produces no psychoactive effects but offers a wide variety of other benefits, such as treating people with seizure disorders. It’s become clear that the benefits of CBD do not end there, however, and renowned MMA fighter Bas Rutten has even spoken out about how valuable this plant medicine is for professional fighters.

University professors now abusing ADHD drugs just like their students

Like their students, one in five university professors are seemingly hooked on using medications for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to keep up with the demands of their jobs, Cambridge University academic and neuroscientist Dr. Hannah Critchlow discussed at The Hay Festival. According to Dr. Critchlow, an increasing number of university professors were found to use these drugs, known as nootropics, to bolster memory, concentration and mental stamina.

The Law of Responsibility: Put good in – Get good out, programming your mind

“Like a general in an army, the conscious mind is the general, and you can plant seeds in your subconscious mind consciously, and then the subconscious mind goes to work on making those things materialize,” he said. “And it’s kind of an interesting process, because if you lay your goals out properly as is described in the book, then all of a sudden you have those visualized, you have those very well understood, and if you kind of place them properly, the subconscious mind is going to go to work.”

Georgia representative takes law into his own hands by delivering cannabis oil to hundreds of sick patients

A representative from Georgia has been distributing cannabis oil to hundreds of people, relying on narrow provisions in the state’s medical marijuana law to evade felony charges for drug trafficking. Every month, Rep. Allen Peake receives a box of cannabis oil, which he hands out to hundreds of people who are part of the state’s medical marijuana program, WJBF.com reported.

$142 million dollars has been paid out to families from the secret vaccine injury fund so far in 2017

Do you know the vaccine schedule for newborns and infants in the United States? In 2017, there are currently 27 doses of 11 different vaccinations that are currently injected, or orally dispensed, to children up to fifteen months of age. All of these are approved and recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). These vaccines include Rotavirus (RV), Hepatitis B, Influenza, Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), Tetanus, diphtheria & acellular pertussis (Tdap), just to name a few. The complete list can be found here. All of these vaccines that your pediatrician willingly supplies to your new baby allow foreign and toxic substances to flow into their bloodstream and brain causing unknown damage.

RACKET: Government grants $3 million dollars to GMO propaganda

While many Americans remain undecided about the long-term health and environmental impacts of genetically modified foods (GMOs), they almost unanimously agree that they want foods clearly labeled to reflect the inclusion of GM ingredients. While some may feel that the question of GMO safety still hangs in the balance, an increasing number of savvy consumers are choosing to cut them out altogether. A 2013 HuffPost/YouGov poll found that 82 percent of Americans were in favor of GMO labeling.

Microwave dinners made with horrifying ingredients: Human hair, meat glue, processed sugars and more

According to the article, basic ready-made meals provide customers with cheap, low-quality meat cuts that were bulked up in two ways. The first one was through the addition of transglutaminase, commonly known as meat glue. This extra strong enzyme bonded pieces of raw meat together in order to form one uniform joint, the article stated. The second process involved the use of collagen, the article noted. According to experts, collagen is a protein extracted from butchered animal carcasses and could be processed into powder. The powdered form, when combined with water, can take on a bouncy and glutinous appearance, just like authentic meat.

Sugary drink producers drop prices around the world to keep people addicted to their deadly drinks

“Overall in the countries we studied, a person in 2016 could buy 71 percent more sugar-sweetened beverages with the same share of their income than they could in 1990,” study co-author Jeffrey Drope of the American Cancer Society, noted in a press release. “Sugary drinks became even more affordable in developing countries, where 2016’s income could buy 89 percent more sugar-sweetened beverages than in 1990. That’s essentially half-price.”

More children harmed by VACCINES than from GUNSHOTS…

According to the National Database of Inpatient Stays for Children, there were more than 5,800 children under the age of 17 treated for firearm injuries in 2012. These cases are recognized and taken seriously for what they are, but these accidents pale in comparison to the number of vaccine injures that occur daily. Debilitating vaccine injuries are not taken seriously by the mainstream media, the courts, or the medical establishment, but they are inflicted on babies, children and adults at the average rate of 125 reports per day.