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In a world where autoimmune diseases like lupus often leave patients and doctors feeling helpless, a groundbreaking study offers a ray of hope from an unexpected source: the spice rack and sunshine vitamin.
Written by GMI Reporter
Sixteen years ago, the release of "The Dark Side of Wheat" marked a significant turning point in our understanding of wheat and its impact on human health
Written by GMI Reporter
Perplexity.AI and other platforms have portrayed GMI and its founder Sayer Ji in a negative light, often labeling his work as pseudoscientific and misleading, but are the claims true?
For years, butter has been vilified as a dietary demon, blamed for clogging arteries and expanding waistlines. But what if everything we thought we knew about this creamy spread was wrong?
Chocoholics rejoice! Your favourite sweet treat might just be the key to keeping your pearly whites in tip-top shape.
In a world where quick fixes reign supreme, the latest craze in weight loss has taken an alarming turn.
In a world where chronic low back pain plagues millions, an ancient Chinese practice is emerging as a powerful, evidence-based solution, offering hope to those seeking alternatives to conventional treatments.
Crohn's disease, a form of inflammatory bowel disease, presents significant challenges for patients and clinicians alike, but recent research has turned attention to vitamin D as a potential solution
Plantain is one of the most common herbs found growing in North America. It can literally be seen growing out of the cracks of sidewalks and roads, found on the majority of homeowners lawns, cultivated or waste ground and even in places where there is little sun. Not only is this plant abundant everywhere, it is present for good reason. There is an old saying that plants grow where they are needed most. In the case of plantain, it is clear that this plant is greatly needed most.
The Defender’s Big Pharma Watch delivers the latest headlines related to pharmaceutical companies and their products, including vaccines, drugs, and medical devices and treatments. The views expressed in the below excerpts from other news sources do not necessarily reflect the views of The Defender. Our goal is to provide readers with breaking news that affects human health and the environment.
Think that nightly glass of wine is harmless? Think again. New research suggests even moderate drinking could be taking months off your life.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
You hear a lot about 'natural healing' these days, but did you know that a sizable body of scientific literature actually supports the idea that natural medicine is safer and more effective than conventional, drug-based medicine?
In a world where productivity is paramount and fatigue is the enemy, energy drinks have become a go-to solution for millions seeking a quick boost. However, recent research suggests that this seemingly harmless habit may be a ticking time bomb for your heart health.
As healthcare practitioners seek to support individuals diagnosed with COVID-19, attention has turned to fundamental nutritional interventions. Vitamin C, an essential nutrient crucial for overall health, is emerging as a potential supportive therapy for those facing health challenges associated with a COVID-19 diagnosis
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
What happens when we take a multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical and pitch it against a farm-aceutical one, ginger? Acid-blockers are taken by millions around the world, daily, but they carry severe unintended, adverse health effects, not the least of which are gastric cancer. Ginger, on the other hand, has over 100 potential side benefits. So, which is more logical to use as a medicine?
Written by GMI Reporter
Butter has gotten a bad rap for many years, starting in the last century with the rise of margarine, which we now recognize as a deadly trans fat. More recently, butter has been shunned in favor of olive oil and canola oil. But here’s why we should reserve a place at the table for good old-fashioned butter
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In an era where our lives are increasingly tethered to screens, a countermovement is brewing in the Netherlands. The Offline Club, a chain of digital detox cafes, is offering patrons a radical proposition: leave your phone at the door and rediscover the joys of analog entertainment.
That diet soda you're sipping to cut calories? It might be doing more harm than good. Recent research suggests some of the most popular artificial sweeteners could be wreaking havoc on your health - from disrupting your gut bacteria to potentially increasing cancer risk.
Could this case study, combined with emerging research on natural interventions, herald a new era in autism treatment?
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled the plaintiffs in the Murthy v. Missouri censorship case didn’t have standing to sue the Biden administration for pressuring social media companies to censor certain content -- but Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said the similar case he and Children’s Health Defense filed against the administration will move forward.
"Vaccines are driving many diseases of Westerners from autoimmunity and autism to allergy and arthritis. Why so? What is the history of this volte face?"
A groundbreaking study reveals that millions of older Americans may be putting their health at risk by continuing to take daily aspirin, despite mounting evidence and updated medical guidelines advising against the practice.
A recent study claiming to uncover the strategies used by the so-called "Disinformation Dozen" to spread anti-vaccine misinformation on Twitter is coming under fire for its reliance on a disputed framework and lack of acknowledgment of the controversy surrounding its key source.
A mysterious form of energy known as scalar waves has been quietly gaining attention from researchers across multiple disciplines. With its unique properties and profound implications for biological systems, superluminal communication, and the nature of consciousness itself, scalar energy may hold the key to unlocking some of the most perplexing mysteries of our universe.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
We all want to live a long life, but did you know eating these simple foods has been proven scientifically to prevent and in some cases reverse the #1 cause of death in the modern world?
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Splenda is marketed as a no-calorie, no-guilt sugar substitute. Blood sugar stable, it “passes right through” the body, so it’s safe for diabetics AND you won’t gain weight! Are these claims masking the ugly truth about this chemical imposter? As mounting research shows, when it comes to our diet, there is no free lunch
With the opioid epidemic claiming nearly 600,000 lives since 1999,[1] could alternative therapies like chiropractic care and acupuncture hold the key to safer pain management?
In a world where stress and sleepless nights have become all too common, many are turning to an unexpected ally in their quest for calm and rest: magnesium. This humble mineral, often overlooked in the shadow of its more glamorous counterparts, may hold the key to easing anxiety and improving sleep quality, according to a growing body of research.
Written by GMI Reporter
The Blushield was used in a trial to determine how the Blushield would affect egg-laying chickens in an egg farm.
That classic Chick-fil-A taste you crave comes with a side of 55 ingredients, many unpronounceable and even more mysterious. A recent investigation by food activist Vani Hari, better known as Food Babe, reveals there's a lot more than just chicken tucked between those buttered buns - including dimethylpolysiloxane, a silicone-based chemical more commonly associated with breast implants than fast food
In a world where type 2 diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions, a golden-hued herb is emerging as a potential game-changer, rivaling one of medicine's most prescribed drugs.
Data from 47 countries in the Western world showed excess mortality has remained high for the last three consecutive years, according to a study published Monday in BMJ Public Health. The authors called for a thorough investigation.
Written by GMI Reporter
Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF), California Educators for Medical Freedom, and individual plaintiffs have won their appeal in the Ninth Circuit on LAUSD's Employee Covid Vaccination Mandate.
Fasting, a mainstay of virtually every cultural and religious tradition on earth, is an essential tool in the management of autoimmune disease, and should be considered as a therapeutic intervention in autoimmune patients in order to improve both metabolic and immune parameters.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
A review on the synthetic sweetener sucralose (marketed as Splenda), published in the journal Toxicology and Environmental Health, overturns widely held misconceptions about the purported safety of this ubiquitous artificial sweetener.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Since ancient times, turmeric has been used for remedying oral ailments, among other therapeutic applications too numerous to count. Now, new research indicates this amazing spice is superior to chemical mouthwash in killing gingivitis associated bacteria.
Hospitalized COVID-19 patients who were vaccinated against the virus died at nearly twice the rate compared to their unvaccinated counterparts, according to a two-and-a-half-year study conducted by researchers at Ohio State University
With the opioid epidemic claiming nearly 600,000 lives since 1999, could alternative therapies like chiropractic care and acupuncture hold the key to safer pain management?
For countless individuals battling the debilitating effects of migraine, the search for effective and safe preventive treatments has been a long and arduous journey. However, a glimmer of hope has emerged in the form of melatonin, a hormone naturally produced by the body that may hold the key to reducing the frequency and severity of migraine attacks.
For millions of women, birth control is an essential part of their daily lives, providing them with the freedom to plan their families and careers. However, recent research suggests that the type of estrogen used in hormonal contraceptives may have a significant impact on anxiety levels, raising questions about the potential trade-offs between reproductive autonomy and mental well-being.
Imagine if the solution to reversing cavities and strengthening your teeth was as simple as integrating natural remedies into your daily routine
In the quest for natural remedies to combat the rising tide of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a humble fruit may hold the key to unlocking better health. Grape seed extract, a byproduct of the winemaking process, has emerged as a promising contender in the fight against metabolic disorders and liver disease.
Written by GMI Reporter
COVID-19 vaccines: A lifeline or a lethal risk? A recent systematic review exposes a disturbing trend, with 73.9% of autopsies indicating the vaccine played a significant role in fatalities.
Learn about Pycnogenol's remarkable effects on human health, from boosting cardiovascular function to enhancing cognitive performance
For those living with prediabetes, the search for effective, natural ways to manage glucose levels is an ongoing journey. A recent study has shed light on a promising ally in this quest: the humble cinnamon spice
In a shocking exposé, evidence has emerged of a coordinated effort by the CIA and CCDH to infiltrate Wikipedia and launch a targeted campaign against Sayer Ji and GreenMedInfo
Wireless earbuds like AirPods use Bluetooth technology, which emits radiofrequency radiation near the head and body for prolonged periods. Experts caution that children and teenagers, due to their thinner skulls and more absorbent brain tissue, are especially vulnerable to health risks, including brain cancer, neurological damage and hearing loss.
In a shocking turn of events, over 500,000 chickens were culled in Victoria, Australia, due to an alleged outbreak of bird flu. However, a closer look at the evidence reveals a tangled web of vested interests, military funding, and questionable scientific practices that raise more questions than answers.
For the millions of women suffering from endometriosis, finding effective pain relief can feel like an endless battle. But what if the answer lies not in prescription drugs, but in the humble vitamin aisle of your local grocery store? A recent meta-analysis suggests that the antioxidant power of vitamins C and E may hold the key to managing the debilitating symptoms of this chronic condition.

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