Archive for December, 2011
In reality, a New Years resolution isn’t much different than any other resolution made on any other day. But still nearly everyone takes this time to set a new goal. Actually, the goal set is often the same as the previous year since people seldom follow through with their New Years resolution. Interestingly, not achieving that specific goal each year is making the following achievement that much more difficult due to so many subconscious past ‘failures’.
Genetically Modified foods are prominently featured in today’s food supply. In fact, GMOs are so prominent that if a product is not labeled as GMO free, then it can be assumed that there is at least some amount of genetic alteration within the food. GMOs dominate conventional food supplies and popular products. Before the whistle was blown on the dangers of GMO foods claims were that GMOs could actually be beneficial to the food supply, and provide positive value. But how legitimate are any of these claims?
Is it possible to thrive without antipsychotics, high-powered painkillers, and statin drugs? More importantly, are natural alternatives really as ‘dangerous’ as mainstream health officials claim? Sure, there have been some great advancements in the field of medical science in this field, but profit mongering and a blatant disregard for public health has driven big pharma giants to throw science to the wind and unleash a variety of harmful yet profitable pharmaceuticals.
While genetically modified foods are continually being banned in other countries, the US is slow to follow the very necessary trend. The USDA has chosen to step back and give Monsanto even more power over GMO seeds, and now some states are taking similar action. A bill which could be passed in Lansing, Michigan could make Michigan the 15th state to allow for the expansion of GMO seed use, causing Michigan farms to be plagued with disease-riddled, genetically modified crops.
Strep throat is one of those very common problems which usually drives individuals to see a doctor for some antibiotics. But as with virtually all other problems, no drugs are needed at all to help treat strep throat. In fact, there are rather simple and natural solutions for staving off and treating a case of strep. Unfortunately, the medical establishment can’t have you recognizing these ridiculously simple solutions for the problem, however, as drug sales and subsequent profit would take a nosedive.
According to a recently conducted study, those suffering from osteoarthritis could be helped with the simple addition of omega-3 fatty acids to their diet. Nearly 50 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis and over 21 million have trouble doing everyday activities such as climbing stairs or getting dressed. This recently published research may be the key ingredient reducing the amount of people suffering from this condition and may even aid in slowing the progression in those already diagnosed.
If you are a parent then there is a good chance your child has been labeled with some type of disorder, whether it be mental, depressive, or hyperactive. But even if your child is “lucky” enough to dodge the onslaught of disease labeling, you can be sure that most other children around weren’t as fortunate. While there are numerous reasons for the influx of disorder-labeling, one of the main reasons actually has everything to do with a simple stroke of a pen in a book known as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM.
The Sacramento Bee, a popular mainstream media outlet for not only citizens of Sacramento but also for readers around the globe, has taken down our highly viral anti-Monsanto article declaring them the Worst Company of 2011. The article has received millions of views across a number of mainstream media platforms where it has been picked up as a result of our massive campaign on the subject, but The Sacramento Bee has removed the entirety of the article from their website after it was heavily shared on Facebook and posted to top websites.
With every form of industry slashing costs and utilizing potentially dangerous new manufacturing technologies in an attempt to monetize and reduce workload, many of these companies are putting your health at risk. Such is the case with the clothing industry according to new research, which asks the question as to whether or not your clothes may be making you sick. Some corporations have begun embedding something known as antimicrobial compounds into a number of common products including toothpaste, hand soaps, and even items within the clothing industry.
In recent years it has been estimated that nearly 60 million adults report suffering from acid reflux, and this stat doesn’t include children. The good news is that there are many ways to treat acid reflux completely naturally and you may never need another pharmaceutical for this problem again.