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13% Of U.S. Deaths Attributed to Low Vitamin D Levels

13% Of U.S. Deaths Attributed to Low Vitamin D Levels

There was a time when vitamin D was considered the "skeletal" vitamin.  Low levels were linked to rickets and osteoporosis.  But vitamin D may be an issue of life and death.

A group of researchers from the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, Harvard School of Public Health, and seven other institutions have concluded that low vitamin D levels are responsible for almost 13% of deaths in the U.S.  That equates to about 97 deaths per 100,000 Americans per year. 

13,000 Deaths, Nearly 600,000 Adverse Events Reported After COVID Vaccines, as Debate Heats Up Over Boosters


Originally published on www.childrenshealthdefense.org by Megan Redshaw

VAERS data released Friday by the CDC showed a total of 595,622 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 13,068 deaths and 81,050 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and Aug. 13, 2021

20,595 Dead 1.9 Million Injured Reported in European Union's Database of Adverse Drug Reactions for COVID Shots


Originally published on www.healthimpactnews.com

The European Union database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, and they are now reporting 20,595 fatalities, and 1,960,607 injuries, following COVID-19 injections.

4 Sugar Alternatives That Won't Poison You

You may think that staying slim and eating healthfully means NO sweets, but guess what? There are natural and delicious sweeteners that won't wreck your diet, and even have therapeutic 'side benefits'

No arena of health and wellness is more debatable than what we should be eating. Looking back through time, the foods that constitute a healthy diet have changed so dramatically, you can literally mark the passage of time by the coming and going of dietary fads.

6 Hormone Balancing Powers Of Red Clover

6 Hormone Balancing Powers Of Red Clover

6 Hormone Balancing Powers Of Red Clover

Menopause can seem like torture. Women at midlife suffer with mood swings, stubborn weight gain, hot flashes, and low energy.  At the same time they can develop anxiety, depression, and trouble sleeping. This natural remedy may provide a perfect solution...

The problem is hormones run amuck. 

7 Things Every Health Practitioner Needs to Know About EMFs

Despite the increasing reports of people who report feeling symptoms of “electro-sensitivity” from cell phones, wifi routers, Bluetooth devices and other sources of microwave radiation, mainstream medicine continues to bury its head in the sand and ignore the issue

76 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Noni

Noni fruit, an ancient Polynesian healing remedy, has at least 76 potential health benefits backed by recent scientific evidence

A Daily Dose of Turmeric Boosts Your Memory and Improves Mood

A new study sheds light on the powerful neuroprotective properties of curcumin, the active ingredient in everyone’s favorite yellow spice. A twice-daily dose of this natural supplement led to a nearly 30% improvement in memory and a boost in mood for adults suffering from mild memory loss

Study Type : Human Study
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Therapeutic Actions : Exercise : CK(4855) : AC(736)

All About Nuts: Eight Healthiest Varieties

Do you want a quick, easy, no-prep snack that can keep you fueled on-the-go while reducing your risk of disease and death? It sounds nuts -- and it is nuts!

If you are interested in maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle, nuts are, quite simply, a food group you need in your life. Compact and convenient, in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and flavor profiles, nuts are an easy way to boost nutrition and energy levels without any preparation required.

All About Olives: Five Reasons to Eat Them

Olives are not only rich in healthy fats but also in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients, making them a powerful superfood in support of heart and metabolic health

Olives are one of the oldest cultivated trees worldwide, with the oldest known tree thought to be at least 2,000 -- and possibly more than 3,000 -- years old.[i] The tree, known as the "olive tree of Vouves" and located on the island of Crete, still produces olives and acts as a symbol of everything olives stand for -- longevity, prosperity and peace, for starters.

Ancient Medical Miracle Rediscovered by Modern Science - Laurus Nobilis

 

Ancient Medical Miracle Rediscovered by Modern Science - Laurus Nobilis

 

 

Are Grapes Good for You?

Grapes, a popular fruit easily located on grocery store shelves, have potent health benefits: researchers have studied the benefits of consuming the whole fruit, grape seed extract and resveratrol, a type of phenol found in the skin of grapes. Although high in sugar, grapes and their extracts are a possible therapeutic treatment for a variety of ailments including cardiovascular and obesity-related diseases

Are You Getting Enough Dietary Sulfur?

Sulfur, a vital nutrient for cellular functioning, may not be at the top of your list of supplements, but it is one mineral you cannot live without. Read on to learn how you can boost your vital energy and metabolism by adding more sulfur-rich foods to your diet

Sulfur is a natural, non-metallic mineral and the 10th most abundant element in the universe.[i] Sulfur is pale yellow and odorless, with the distinctive "rotten egg" smell that is attributed to sulfur occurring when elemental sulfur comes into contact with organic materials to create noxious hydrogen sulfide gas.

Argan Oil: A Moisturizer So Pure You Could Drink It


 

 

Argania Spinosa - The botanical name of the Argan Tree which is endemic to Morocco.

Aspirin & Your Heart: The Continuing Devaluation of Aspirin's Resume

Aspirin, once recommended for the primary prevention of heart disease, is now being challenged even for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, raising questions about its effectiveness -- and safety -- for a large population of people

For decades routine medical advice has endorsed aspirin for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Recent research has consistently chipped away at the justification for that advice.

Benefits of Chlorogenic Acids Found in Coffee

Intake of coffee and other foods that contain chlorogenic acids has an inverse association with obesity-related chronic diseases. New evidence also shows that these phenolic compounds may also reduce the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women

Berries Drive Brain Health, Keep Aging at Bay

In an analysis of data on berry intake, mental decline has been slower for women over age 70 who regularly consumed strawberries or blueberries. These findings aren't alone in vouching for berries' longevity-promoting and cognition boosting properties, as previous studies reflect similar therapeutic actions

Berries: A Top Anti-Diabetes Food

Berries aren't called superfoods for nothing. A review covering 336 scientific articles on these fruits has shown that berry consumption can go a long way in preventing and managing Type 2 diabetes and its complications

From the hunter-gatherers of ancient times to modern humans, berries hold incredible health benefits that only get further proven and respected over time. Coming in different varieties and forms like raw, frozen and dried, these compact and versatile fruits can be easily incorporated into your diet year round.

Black Cohosh Better Than Prozac for Menopause

Do you feel fear or worry regarding the onset of menopause, either for yourself or someone you love? Antidepressants and hormone treatments may be the popular prescriptions, but before you take medications with serious risks, learn about the incredible results of black cohosh for those pesky, sweaty, hot flashy nights

Boosting Mitochondrial Biogenesis With Ginger

Researchers discover that ginger, an ancient herbal remedy used for cooking and medicinal purposes, supports the regeneration of cellular mitochondria and may reduce the effects of mitochondrial dysfunction

Study Type : Animal Study, In Vitro Study
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Pharmacological Actions : Cardioprotective : CK(5377) : AC(1675)
Additional Keywords : Exosomes : CK(312) : AC(199)

Cell Phone Radiation is Unlikely to Cause Cancer: Fact or Fiction?

According to the World Bank about three quarters of people on the planet now use a cell phone. So they must be safe, right? Wrong

Most people have some notion that cell phones communicate with one another and with cell phone towers by emitting and receiving radiation; radio frequency radiation to be more precise.

Childhood Trauma May Lead to Adult Disease

U.S. health officials find a strong link between early instances of childhood trauma and adult chronic diseases ranging from heart disease and asthma to kidney disease and depression

Chocolate: The Greatest Health News of All

You know chocolate tastes great. But now science has delivered the best news yet: Dark chocolate may just be nature’s perfect superfood

Cinnamon Helps Reduce High Blood Pressure

1 out of 3 Americans suffer from high blood pressure, a precursor to many forms of cardiovascular disease. Researchers believe cinnamon may be a novel and therapeutic approach to the management of high blood pressure

Cinnamon has been used for centuries for its fragrant and flavoring properties, in addition to medicinal benefits.[i] Cinnamon's reported health benefits include cognition enhancement, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, anti-inflammatory effects and the prevention of diabetic complications.[ii]

Citizens Up in Arms Against 5G Wireless Technology Roll-Out: Are Their Concerns Justified?

City council chambers and local officials in the US are facing the outcry of residents frightened by the next generation 5G wireless communications which by all accounts, will be taking over neighborhoods soon.

Clogged Arteries? Five Ways Garlic Can Help

Among the famed heart-friendly benefits of garlic consumption is its ability to help prevent atherosclerosis. Here are five ways that this superfood has displayed its might against clogged arteries*

*WARNING: Those on conventional medications like blood-thinners should consult a medical herbalist or their health practitioner when using both natural and pharmaceutical medicines for artherosclerosis or any other diagnosed condition. Nothing here is intended to be used as medical advice.

Could Cancer Really be a Collagen Disease?

Believe it or not, ninety percent of all cancer fatalities result from metastasis. As you may know, metastasis is what happens when cancer spreads to a different part of the body from where it started.

Yet, conventional cancer treatments do nothing to stop cancer from spreading and preventing the invasion of cancer cells into other organs and tissues. Thankfully, ignored and often overlooked research demonstrates that a simple combination of very specific nutrients stops the spread of cancer cells in its tracks: through connective tissue, the means by which metastasis occurs.

COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Events Report


Originally published by Dr. Ealy

Data Source: Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS)
Data Reported Thru: April 23,2021
https://wonder.cdc.gov/vaers.html

Study Type : Review
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Pharmacological Actions : Cardioprotective : CK(5377) : AC(1675)

Eat More Yellow Veggies, Coffee to Zap Inflammation, Heart Disease Risk

Findings highlight the pro- or anti-inflammatory potential of the food you eat, particularly in promoting or fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke. Yellow vegetables, green leafy vegetables, coffee, tea and even red wine appear particularly beneficial

Certain diets have been shown to increase inflammation in your body, which then sets the stage for heart disease and stroke later in life. Yet there are also diets that can save the day, including those rich in yellow vegetables, red wine and coffee, according to research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology in November 2020.[i]

Eating Chocolate Could Slash High Blood Pressure Risk

There's a growing list of research touting chocolate's antioxidant content, favorable action against disease-inducing oxidative stress and overall health benefits. One study highlights chocolate's potential to reduce the risk for high blood pressure, which can be good news amid near-epidemic levels of this condition worldwide

Epigenetic Memories are Passed Down 14 Successive Generations, Game-Changing Research Reveals

The past of our ancestors lives on through us: Groundbreaking research illustrates how parental experience is not only epigenetically imprinted onto offspring, but onto an unprecedented number of future generations. Rather than occurring over the elongated time scale of millions of years, genetic change can transpire in real biological time through nanoparticles known as exosomes.

Failure to Vaccinate or Vaccine Failure: What is Driving Disease Outbreaks?

Federal Govt Whistleblower Goes Public with Secret Recordings


Originally published on www.projectveritas.com

Five Herbs and Spices to Turn Ordinary Meals into 'Supermeals'

Incorporating these five herbs and spices into your daily diet may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, protect your brain from neurodegeneration, stimulate your immune system and protect against inflammation, among other benefits. Best of all, these ingredients are all easily available and may already exist in your pantry or spice rack

Five Reasons to Eat More Onions

Onions are an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and pro-heart powerhouse that come in various colors and types. Here are five of the vegetable's important contributions to health

Vegetables are a crucial source of health and nutrition. There are, however, a few standout veggies, and onions -- a staple in many American kitchens and cuisines worldwide -- have offered some of the most outstanding benefits for many generations.

Five Reasons to Eat Sesame Seeds

Here are five compelling, science-based reasons why your diet shouldn't miss out on sesame seeds -- be they roasted, soaked or sprouted -- beyond the occasional sprinkling and added texture on your burger bun

In Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, the legendary phrase "open sesame" opens the mouth of a cave where a treasure lies hidden. Besides actually being derived from the plant, the phrase applies to sesame in the modern world, revealing a world of benefits for human health and well-being.

Five Seeds to Improve Your Health

There is nothing seedy about the health-enriching properties of five types of seed: flax, black seed, hemp, sesame and chia. Each of them has their own distinct time-tested benefits for wellness and fighting off diseases the natural and affordable way

Seeds, as the starting point for growing rich, thriving plants, are a source of complex nutrition. They deliver not just fiber but also a formidable list of good fats and nutrients of great health value and importance.

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