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Alzheimer’s Symptoms Eased by Caring for Horses

Alzheimer’s Symptoms Eased by Caring for Horses

Alzheimer’s patients who groomed, fed and walked horses experienced a buoyed mood and pushed the boundaries of their limitations.

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10th Grader Tackles GMO Debate With Award-Winning, 7-Minute Documentary

Written by on May 5, 2014 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health with 0 Comments
10th Grader Tackles GMO Debate With Award-Winning, 7-Minute Documentary

In his documentary We the People, Genetically Modified?—one of the first-prize winners in C-SPAN’s StudentCam doc competition— Andrew Demeter (who is a 10th grade student at Notre Dame–Cathedral Latin in Chardon, Ohio) speaks with consumers, farmers, public health officials, nutritionists, and others about genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). With wit and a dry sense of humor, Demeter presents a compelling explainer on the topic of GMOs in just seven-and-a-half minutes.

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3-Step Fat Detox: Niacin, Exercise and Sauna

3-Step Fat Detox: Niacin, Exercise and Sauna

The average person likely has more than 500 times higher levels of toxins in their bodies than blood serum figures reveal. A 3-step regimen has been shown to be effective.

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Dallas Ends 5 Decades of Water Fluoridation: Saves $1 Million Annually in the Process

Written by on May 4, 2014 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health with 0 Comments
Dallas Ends 5 Decades of Water Fluoridation: Saves $1 Million Annually in the Process

It is taking effect in cities across the nation. Anti-fluoridation activists and knowledgeable consumers have finally tipped the scale, and now Dallas will cease poisoning its water supply with sodium fluoride, saving taxpayers a million dollars annually, along with a few IQ points. After months of regular visits by citizens to city council meetings, the Dallas City Council decided last week to stop water fluoridation.

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The Benefits of Lemon Balm – A Must In Any Garden

Written by on May 2, 2014 in Food, Drink & Nutrition with 1 Comment
The Benefits of Lemon Balm – A Must In Any Garden

Lemon Balm’s botanical name, Melissa, is Greek for bees. So it comes as no surprise that bees adore this perennial wonder. It is often affectionately referred as Bee Balm. This versatile herb thrives in most places, taking care of itself rather well, spreading vigorously with its roots and seeds. This zingy herb has an abundance of well-known, tried and tested health benefits and medical properties.

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Mung Bean Sprouts can Drastically Reduce Cancerous Tumors

Mung Bean Sprouts can Drastically Reduce Cancerous Tumors

Sprouts have been heralded for their incredible nutrition and medicinal benefits for a very long time, and now it looks as though one of the staple foods of many far eastern cultures and India is another cancerous tumor inhibitor. Mung bean sprouts also improve endurance, and enhance all three doshas (body types), according to Ayurvedic medicine. Is there anything this little wonder can’t do? A Nurse Health study shows that eating sprouted mung beans as well as other legumes can reduce the chances of getting colon cancers and protects the bowels. For the elderly, eating just 20 grams daily of mung beans or other nutritious legumes can reduce death rates by 8%, and people of all ages can enjoy better heart health, with a 22% lower cardiac arrest rate from eating fiber-rich foods.

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Unlock the Potential of Your Inner Healer

Written by on April 30, 2014 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health with 0 Comments
Unlock the Potential of Your Inner Healer

Unlocking the potential of your Inner Healer begins with a choice to make a connection with your inner world. Here you can get access to the keys that open the hidden places within you where healing information lives. These keys belong to you and are used to define your own journey and experience of personal power on your own terms. You don’t need to be ‘all better’ or have your ‘stuff in a pile’ to have an experience of wholeness right where you are, right now. The Inner Healer is a powerful presence within you that is a consciously chosen relationship, one that can change everything about how you relate to your wounds and your worlds.

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Seeds of Freedom – Vandana Shiva

Written by on April 30, 2014 in Farming, Health with 0 Comments
Seeds of Freedom – Vandana Shiva

Vandana Shiva: If we have to survive as a species, we need to reclaim our commons — of seed, of climate, of knowledge and resist the privatization of every aspect of life.

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The 15 Cleanest and 12 Most Pesticide-Laden Produce of 2014

Written by on April 30, 2014 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
The 15 Cleanest and 12 Most Pesticide-Laden Produce of 2014

It is no secret that conventional produce is soaked with health- and environmentally-hazardous pesticides. Unless you’re going organic, every fruit and vegetable you buy comes with a dose of poisonous chemicals, though not all produce suffers from the same level of toxicity.

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Coconut, Cauliflower, and Chickpea Soup Recipe – Vegan, Simple, Tasty!

Written by on April 29, 2014 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 1 Comment
Coconut, Cauliflower, and Chickpea Soup Recipe – Vegan, Simple, Tasty!

Trinity Bourne: Cauliflower is packed with nutrients and high vibrational goodness, so I like to include it in my weekly cuisine in ample amounts whenever it’s in season. I love it raw, cooked in soups and curries or gently steamed and served on a soft bed of quinoa with hemp oil & tamari (nothing beats a bit of good ol’ fashioned simplicity!). The coconut and tomato in this recipe dance and twirl so delightfully through the cauliflower and chickpeas (garbonzo beans) to provide a lip-lickin’ nurturing meal. It’s simple (less is more in this case) and incredibly satiating

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Taking back your Health and Power: Mike Adams of Natural News

Written by on April 29, 2014 in Health with 1 Comment
Taking back your Health and Power: Mike Adams of Natural News

In this video Luke Rudkowski meets Mike Adams of Natural News for the first time in NYC. The two go over major misconceptions with the health industry and the changing media landscape that is empowering the individual.

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Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness: Fact vs. Fiction

Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness: Fact vs. Fiction

The risk that a vaccine will fail to prevent disease must be weighed in along with the potential risk of harm from the vaccine. Today, children in the USA will receive no less than 69 doses of 16 vaccines. Yet despite this cornucopia of “preventive medicine,” American children are among the sickest in the developed world.

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Is There Scientific Proof We Can Heal Ourselves?

Written by on April 27, 2014 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health with 0 Comments
Is There Scientific Proof We Can Heal Ourselves?

Dr. Lissa Rankin makes an irrefutable case that we can heal ourselves, documenting with cold, hard science that the medical establishment has been proving that the mind can heal the body for over 50 years.

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Why A Good Dose of Gratitude Might Be the Only Medicine You Need

Written by on April 27, 2014 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Why A Good Dose of Gratitude Might Be the Only Medicine You Need

Are you thankful for your family? For the way the rainwater sparkles on your skin in the sun? How about a friend? Are you feeling lucky to just be alive?

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Spirulina Shows Promise in Protecting Against Lead Acetate-Induced Toxicity

Written by on April 24, 2014 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health, Prevention with 1 Comment
Spirulina Shows Promise in Protecting Against Lead Acetate-Induced Toxicity

Before its dangers were widely-known, lead was found in household paints, toys, and plumbing, among other things. Now, the toxicity of this metal is recognized, but it remains present in some cosmetics, water systems, and products brought into the U.S. from overseas. A new study indicates something as simple as spirulina supplementation could counteract the potentially damaging effects of lead.

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