Broccoli Reduces Your Risk of Four Major Diseases

By Mae Chan It’s one of the most advantageous veggies you can eat, and love it or hate it, broccoli offers an array of health benefits. And it’s about to get even more super. University of Illinois researchers have identified candidate genes controlling the accumulation of phenolic compounds in broccoli. Consumption of phenolic compounds, including…

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The Vaccine Matrix: Covert Birth Control, Female Sterility

By Jon Rappoport “Part of the vaccine covert op involves turning humans into social constructs who can only think, in the most shallow terms, about ‘protecting the group’. Such people would lose any semblance of individuality, as well as the ability to analyze vaccines and understand what harm they do.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport) In…

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The Vagaries of Tobacco, Food, and Vaccine Ads and Their Impacts Upon Health?

By Catherine J Frompovich Probably the most respected name in allopathic medical circles regarding food, nutrition, and a plant-based-diet is that of Dr Michael Greger, MD, of NutritionFacts.org, author of The New York Times Best Seller book How Not To Die. Dr Greger is rather passionate about the cavalier pseudoscience the tobacco industry produced regarding…

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Life Lessons Of Mahatma Gandhi

By Lanaria Amberkira, The Netherlands Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: (Porbandar, October 2, 1869 – New Delhi, January 30, 1948). Was an Indian politician. After studying law in England, Gandhi went to South Africa, where he devoted himself to the Indian population. After returning to India, he became leader of the Indian independence struggle. Mahatma Gandhi was…

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The World’s Oldest BodyBuilder Just Turned 80! Here Are Her Secrets…

By Amanda Froelich This eighty-year-old bodybuilder didn’t start exercising until she was 56, but the late start isn’t slowing her down… Have you ever seen the meme circulating which shows two elderly ladies; one fit, standing up, and seemingly happy; and another who is constrained to a wheelchair, who likely takes several medications per day?…

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Italy Unveils Long Floating Walkway Across Lake Iseo, Free To Public

By Amanda Froelich Until July 3rd, this installation – which is free to the public – will allow visitors to experience what it’s like to walk on water. Anyone may walk on the water whenever they please – which, granted, could be a little risky – as “there are no tickets, no openings, no reservations…

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Student Refuses Nestle Scholarship Over Company’s Unethical Profiteering

By Christina Sarich Most students eager to get a college degree will accept a few bucks from anywhere they’re offered. Except Hannah Rousey. This stand-out student has refused a rather large chunk of change offered by the Nestlé Corporation in the form of a scholarship, based on her uncanny sense of integrity and her views…

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