All 12 ingredients in this Day After Thanksgiving necessity, explained (yep, even magnesium aluminum silicate) We’re often told that you should never eat anything if you don’t recognize everything on the ingredients list. But since most of us have no idea what xanthan gum or potassium benzoate are — or more importantly, what they’re doing to our bodies — we’re decoding the ingredients in the many things Americans put in (and on) themselves with the help of an expert. This edition: Pepto-Bismol, which is made from 12 separate ingredients, that we’ve broken down in the exact order they appear on the stomach-soother’s website. The Ingredients … Continue reading What’s in This?: Pepto-Bismol
by: Mike Adams (Natural News) You’re about to hear some mind-blowing information that mainstream cardiologists either don’t know or won’t tell you. We recently sat down to interview Dr. Jack Wolfson, D.O., author of The Paleo Cardiologist and founder of The DrsWolfson clinic in Arizona. Dr. Wolfson is without a doubt the coolest cardiologist on the planet. Not only does he know he stuff, he and his wife created a jaw-dropping end-of-the-world survival trailer video featuring his young son breastfeeding during the apocalypse. No joke. See the trailer, below… (yeah, it’s pretty much the best video trailer ever). It’s called the “Fighting Healthy Documentary Series,” … Continue reading Is your cardiologist KILLING you? Mind-blowing interview with Dr. Jack Wolfson reveals dangerous, dark secrets of cardiology
by Jon Rappoport, Guest Waking Times A news story tend to move in waves. It appears, retreats, and then appears in an altered form—replete with lies, cover stories, and embedded confusion. That’s why I’m keeping this story alive in its stark essence— The reference is the New York Times, 3/9/15, “Protection Without a Vaccine.” It describes the frontier of research. Here are key quotes that illustrate the use of synthetic genes to “protect against disease,” while changing the genetic makeup of humans. This is not science fiction: “By delivering synthetic genes into the muscles of the [experimental] monkeys, the scientists are essentially re-engineering the … Continue reading NEW VACCINES WILL PERMANENTLY ALTER YOUR DNA
‘Alcoholism is a family disease’ by Andrew Fiouzi According to worrying — if not terribly surprising — new research from the University of Buffalo, children raised by a father with an alcohol-use disorder may have a higher risk of being involved in abusive dating relationships once they hit their teens. Led by Jennifer A. Livingston, a senior research scientist at the university’s Research Institute on Addictions, the study evaluated 144 teenagers who had fathers with an alcohol-use disorder, each of whom was initially recruited for study at 12 months of age. We recently spoke to Livingston about the study’s implications, and whether there’s anything parents can do to … Continue reading Teen Dating Violence Can Be Traced Back to Your Father’s Drinking Problem
image edited by F. Kaskais If each bout of depression, bipolar disorder or PTSD makes another more likely, should sufferers stay on medication for life? Elizabeth Svoboda writes on topics from creationist biology classes in Galápagos schools to the connections between suffering and selflessness. She lives in San José, California, and is the author of What Makes a Hero? (2013). When I got depressed for the first time, at age 27, what surprised me most was the sheer physicality of it. My arms and legs, numb and pendulous as dumbbells, resisted my half-hearted attempts to animate them, and my perception was equally leaden. … Continue reading The kindled brain
by Christina Sarich, Staff Writer Waking Times When you talk to brain-hackers from Silicon Valley, they talk of creating the perfect stack – a combination of natural and pharmaceutical nootropics that can help make them into a super-powered genius that can go hours without sleep while maintaining massive focus. It sounds like a cool way to hack the brain, but this practice can come at a price. The problem is that many of the pharmaceutical versions (and sometimes even the natural ones) can be damaging. In the early days, people trying to crank out loads of computer code, write the next best-selling … Continue reading WHY BRAIN HACKING WITH SMART DRUGS MAY NOT BE SO GENIUS
Posted by Soren Dreier Author: Bucky Turco The feds began monitoring the potency of the nation’s pot supply in the ‘70s by drawing samples from stashes seized by law enforcement, and boy was it schwag. The percentage of THC—the main psychoactive component in cannabis—averaged from less than 1% in 1975 to just under 3% a decade later, according to the data. These notoriously low levels reflected the times, as the weed subculture in America was just starting to take root and could help explain why some of the most memorable old school brands have names like Acapulco Gold, Panama Red, Afghani, … Continue reading WHY IS WEED GETTING MORE POTENT?