Tag: Alex Pietrowski

Canadian Study Gives More Evidence Cancer is a Lifestyle Disease Largely Caused by Food

By Alex Pietrowski Shockingly, worldwide cancer rates are predicted to rise even further, and that by the year 2020, 1-in-2 women and 1-in-3 men will be diagnosed with some form of cancer. It is so common already, in fact, that it getting cancer is more common than getting married or having a first baby. The…

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Prescription Broccoli In A Pill Seen as a Future Diabetes Treatment

By Alex Pietrowski The life-changing disease Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise worldwide, and especially alarming is the fact that rates are on the rise among children and teenagers, potentially condemning them to a lifetime of dependence on pills, shots, blood-sugar testing, and doctor’s visits. There are many natural alternatives to popular prescription medicines, in fact, many of…

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Fake Medical Research as Big a Problem as Fake News, Says Former CBS Anchor

By Alex Pietrowski As the world confronts the realization that mainstream media organizations are the primary source of fake news and corporate propaganda in our world, more information continues to come to light indicating that much of mainstream science and medical research is also largely fraudulent. In 2015 the editor of the prestigious Lancet Study…

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Lawsuit Could End Water Fluoridation Once and For All by Demonstrating its Neurotoxicity

By Alex Pietrowski The practice of water fluoridation in the United States has been under growing scrutiny for years by a public that has become conscious of the fact that adding toxic chemicals which are proven to be harmful to human health and children’s development to public water is medication without consent. Nevertheless, the effort…

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Monsanto and Big Ag Colonizing Africa, Criminalizing Traditional Seed Exchanges

By Alex Pietrowski Of the many concerns surrounding the dominance of agrichemicals companies and GMO foods, the most frightening dimension is that corporate manufactured seed is wiping out global biodiversity in food crops and creating a punitive legal framework for our total dependence on these companies for food. Monsanto, Syngenta and other majors in agribusiness…

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More Than 700 Oil Spills In North Dakota Reported In Same Month Pipeline Opens

By Alex Pietrowski There’s more reason to be concerned about the Dakota Access Pipeline than you may think. The distress expressed by water protesters at Standing Rock is not just for the sake of opposing big oil. There is a valid reason: the prevalence of oil spills in North Dakota. To emphasize this possibility, let’s take a…

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Iceland’s Approach to Teen Substance Abuse is Something America Needs Now

Op-Ed by Alex Pietrowski As the U.S. largely ignores an epidemic opioid crisis fueled by the pharmaceutical industry and a rush of available heroin resulting from the war on drugs, Iceland is receiving international acclaim for its approaches in helping to keep teens off drugs. Primarily addressing the issue of underage drinking and binge-drinking, a need…

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MSM and the Dairy Industry Attack Clean Eating as Dangerous

By Alex Pietrowski As more information comes to light about both the horrors of dairy industries practices in producing cow’s milk, and the negative health effects of consuming dairy products, more people are rejecting dairy in their diets, and mainstream media is now working to convince people that such dietary choices are dangerous. In a…

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Experiments With Meditation Expose the Fallacy of Medicating Kids for ADHD

By Alex Pietrowski Experts cannot agree on a single, simple definition of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but do agree that it causes unfavorable behavior in educational, professional and correctional institutions. Even the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of psychiatric diagnosis, defines it using a multiple choice test for an array of behavioral…

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