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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
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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?
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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.
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The Blushield was used in a trial to determine how the Blushield would affect egg-laying chickens in an egg farm.
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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.
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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.
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Over time, and with consistent use, effective EMF protection devices and methods should improve your overall HRV scores.
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In a new lawsuit, Webseed and Brighteon Media have accused multiple US government agencies and prominent tech companies of orchestrating a vast censorship operation aimed at suppressing dissenting viewpoints
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In a nuclear crisis, this cheap mineral supplement could save your thyroid.
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During the pandemic, Smith accused the state of being selective about which businesses could stay open and which couldn't
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Learn how the Blushield device can help protect you and your loved ones from the harms of EMF radiation
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Lesions lurking in your mouth that can turn cancerous? This ancient medicine from the moringa tree might help banish them better than modern drugs.
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Mexico has been making bold policy moves against genetically modified crops and the toxic pesticides they were engineered to be grown with
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The overhyped threat of a human bird flu pandemic is a hoax to "reset" our food system.
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Challenge everything you know about genetics and disease with 'REGENERATE': a groundbreaking exploration of how your body can heal itself through the New Biology.
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The Biden admin's use of CCDH data to push for censorship has previously been subject to scrutiny
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Wikipedia, once hailed as a beacon of free and open information, has become a platform for spreading misinformation and censoring alternative voices, particularly in the realm of natural medicine
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One of the most important things at the top of every prepper’s priority list is ensuring your family’s long-term food supply
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This is the story of how conflicts of interest, accusations of misinformation, and questions of credibility have collided, leaving the public to wonder: who can we trust?
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Every year nearly one in five Americans experience some form of migraine attack. One in 25 will have headaches lasting at least 15 days per month. Here's what to do when a disabling migraine strikes you.
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Could a leaf from one of the world's oldest trees unlock new possibilities in stroke recovery? Discover the potential of ginkgo biloba in enhancing cognitive healing post-stroke.
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Dive into the leafy depths of green tea's healing powers and discover how this ancient beverage is revolutionizing modern health with its 531 proven benefits.
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n a world increasingly disillusioned with the limitations of conventional healthcare, a quiet revolution is underway
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From hot flashes to insomnia, the menopausal transition can be quite the rocky road. But new research offers reason to sing a happier tune – music listening appears to smooth some of the bumpiest aspects of “the change.”
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Beyond promising symptom relief, Rosa damascena oil possesses well documented anti-inflammatory and gastroprotective activities ideal for soothing irritated GI linings without hindering digestion [3]. This versatile plant compound also demonstrates antioxidant, antidepressant and anxiolytic effects in trials, even displaying anti-aging properties when applied topically [8].
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Could small daily doses of common kitchen staple onions support long-term heart health? New clinical findings suggest so - the flavonoid quercetin in onion peel extract improved endothelial function markers in just 3 months.
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In a rigorous 12-month trial, Tai Chi significantly reduced blood pressure in prehypertensive adults compared to equivalent aerobic exercise. As complementary medicine, meditative modalities like Tai Chi could provide drug-free alternatives for preventing heart disease and related risks.
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Trusted treatments you'd never suspect could be stealthily chipping away at your bone health. A 2021 review compiles extensive data on 7 drug classes that studies connect to a significant deterioration of skeletal integrity, density, and shockingly higher fracture rates.
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NAPLES, Fla. — The Collier County Board of Commissioners' decision to stop fluoridating the public water supply has brought to the forefront a critical debate about the balance between potential cognitive risks and the benefits of reduced dental caries.
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5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s. Another 10,000,000 suffer with severe dementia and Parkinson’s. Even more struggle with age-related mild cognitive impairment. Here are 7 natural ways to defend your brain.
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A natural sugar cane extract called policosanol is emerging as a promising alternative or adjunct to statins for lowering cardiovascular disease risk factors like high cholesterol and blood pressure.
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A spicy, bright green horseradish paste served alongside sushi, wasabi has gained immense popularity at Japanese restaurants worldwide. But emerging research suggests that beyond livening up your meal, wasabi contains powerful compounds that may bolster declining brains.
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From racing thoughts to restless dread, anxiety’s distress calls for soothing relief. Now research on an ancient South Pacific herb brings hope for those looking for safer natural alternatives.
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Tired of worrying about fluoride toxicity? See how nature offers a powerful remedy through the wonders of black seed oil
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Cacao is a powerful medicinal substance used since ancient times. Researchers have now gathered evidence of it’s proven health benefits
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Blue light, the high energy visible light from digital devices, has been increasingly recognized as hazardous over the past decade. While some blue light exposure is inevitable in the modern world, research shows that overexposure can damage the eyes and disrupt healthy circadian rhythms.
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For years, proton pump inhibitors were marketed to the public for stomach relief from 'excess acid production,' without the slightest clue that they were contributing to the burgeoning epidemic of neurodegenerative disease. All that has now changed...
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For the over 5% of adults suffering from uncomfortable IBS, could a sweet solution for persistent digestive distress come not from the pharmacy, but the produce aisle? This landmark study suggests it can for those failed by conventional treatments.
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Feel like you’re getting older faster than you’d like? What if you could tap your foot on the biological brakes to buy yourself over half a year more youthfulness in the next year and a half?
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What if everything we knew about restricting sodium for heart health was wrong? Emerging evidence reveals the low-salt doctrine lacking firm science may require serious rethinking.
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What if widely dismissed “sugar pills” could slash relative risk of dying from COVID-19 as effectively as leading drugs? In a groundbreaking trial, that’s exactly what customized homeopathy safely achieved for critically ill COVID-19 cases...
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Could the humble guava tree growing across the tropics harbor healing answers to cancers afflicting both wealthy and impoverished nations? Extensive research suggests so.
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Could a tart cherry juice from the produce aisle safely rival costly sleep aids that have the potential for life-threatening side effects? This new placebo-controlled trial suggests the affirmative.
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Could a simple regimen of nutritional supplements strengthen the aging brain against dementia? This newly published trial suggests vitamin B12 could sharper cognitive faculties and even turn back time for the forgetful.
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Seeking a gentler aid for aching joints than NSAID pills that can provoke bleeds or cardiac events? This clinical trial shows curcumin extracts from turmeric merit consideration among proven natural pain relief options, with secondary perks like reduced cancer and Alzheimer’s risk.
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A recently published study in Nutrients reveals that taking glucosamine supplements may benefit gut health in multiple ways. In the double-blind trial, healthy adults took either 3000mg daily of glucosamine or a placebo for 3 weeks. Remarkable improvements were seen in measures of gastrointestinal function and the gut microbiome.
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A new autopsy study reveals alarming evidence linking COVID vaccines to fatal heart inflammation, substantiating early warnings about potentially lethal risks that officials dismissed.
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Discover how psilocybin, the active compound in 'magic mushrooms,' is challenging conventional antidepressant therapies. Could this controversial substance hold the secret to healing deep-seated mental anguish?
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250,000 Americans battle daily against the agonizing attacks of sickle cell anemia. But relief may be as close as the fruit bowl.
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WHO osteoporosis definitions ignore child development stages. Misapplying adult DXA criteria overdiagnoses healthy kids, causing unnecessary treatment with highly toxic drugs like Fosamax whose risks remain under-recognized.
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Foot ulcers and wounds often fail to heal with conventional treatment. Studies report only 30-50% of chronic foot ulcers heal with standard wound care including debridement, moist dressings, and offloading pressure.1 Up to 28% of patients with diabetic foot ulcers require amputation within 5 years.2 These poor outcomes persist despite new wound care technologies and drug trials costing billions of dollars.3
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Could properly performed squats, lunges and leg lifts relieve knee osteoarthritis symptoms better than celebrex or advil?

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