By Dr. Mercola. Mushrooms contain some of the most potent natural medicines on the planet. Of the 140,000 species of mushroom-forming fungi, science is familiar with only 10 percent, according to world-renown mycologist Paul Stamets, who has written six books on the topic.
Dr. Gundry’s The Plant Paradox Is Wrong 4.07 (81.42%) 956 votes A book purported to expose the “hidden dangers’ in healthy foods doesn’t even pass the whiff test.
The use of bone meal should not be a cause for concern or fear. Mad cow disease’s prions are only located within the nervous systems tissue (spinal cord / brain). The bones used for bone meal would not contain any prions because when a cow is found to have mad cow disease they are put down and disposed of.
BTW on the GMO issue these bagged snack things are made from GMO corn milled into the finest paste imaginable, congealed with the worst fake fats in existence. Credible MDs like Joel Fuhrman and Mark Hyman point the finger at this corn as causing leaky gut as that this mechanism by which they kill the bugs, they blow up their GI tract.
The pioneering cancer doctor is a target once again. But you can help stop the attack. Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD, is a biochemist practicing in Texas who developed (using his own money) a nontoxic gene-targeted cancer therapy called antineoplastons. It has been shown to effectively help cure some ...
Pesticides and TPs could be grouped into:(a) Hydrophobic, persistent, and bioaccumulable pesticides that are strongly bound to soil. Pesticides that exhibit such behavior include the organochlorine DDT, endosulfan, endrin, heptachlor, lindane and their TPs. Most of them are now banned in agriculture but their residues are still present.
Re genetically engineered food, you might want to look at the case of Dr. Arpad Pusztai (or Puztai), a researcher in Aberdeen who was experimenting with genetically modified potatoes. (they'd had a snowdrop lectin patched in.) Dr. Pusztai found that the rats fed the potatoes had serious organ damage, particularly liver.
Paleo Diets May Negate Benefits of Exercise 4.57 (91.43%) 77 votes The deleterious effects of a Paleolithic diet appear to undermine the positive effects of a Crossfit-based high-intensity circuit training exercise program.
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This non-GMO thing was even mentioned on a Corbett Report New World Next Week – Climate Catholics, Martial Law PSA, 3D Breakthroughs. I eat there at Chipotle sometimes. More than two years ago, I remember suddenly seeing all these news articles (repeatedly) about different Chipotle establishments in different cities having food poisoning issues.