Parasites colonizing the pancreas disables its capacity to produce insulin for the proper synthesizing of nutrients and eventually reduces the energy available for the proper functioning of other organs.
For the awake and aware this would come as no surprise. After all, the whole pharmaceutical industry is one big scam perpetrated by chemical manufacturers, professional peddlers, and institution-based collaborators.
The latest statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that more than 5.4 million American children between the ages of four and 17 living today have been diagnosed with the behavioral disorder known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
When feeling tired and low on energy, many people’s first reaction is to reach for a cup of coffee. Energy drinks are the other popular ‘solution’. One of the most famous energy drinks, Red Bull, created a name for itself as a beverage that ‘gives you wings’. Sponsoring many extreme sport events, Red Bull’s marketing motto states that they support daring people and innovative ideas. They don’t mention the potential health dangers of their signature drink.
Whether you call it soybeans or edamame, the bottom line is the same: soy should not be eaten by anyone pursuing good health. By now, it’s well known in the natural health community that almost all soy is genetically modified, but what is not so well known is that instead of contributing to nutrition, soybeans and most of the products made from them may actually rob the body of nutrients, destroy thyroid function, and cause developmental problems in infants and children.
Clearly, an investigation of large-scale government corruption by this singularly destructive corporation is long overdue. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been taken over by an outside organization. RootsAction has launched a campaign demanding a Congressional investigation.
The organization is called Monsanto.
First, they deliberately contaminate the municipal water supply. Then, they create and sell products that tend to provide solution, bottled water.
Interestingly, bottled water is more expensive than soda drinks, and it can be addictive, too. It doesn’t really quench your thirst.
I had the privilege of having access to the backend of the most trusted fastfood chain in my country, and I have witnessed several times that their practices do not conform to the image they project on their TV commercials.
This fastfood chain is the favorite of the families of those who have the privilege of working abroad as seafarers. caregivers and domestic helpers, and these believe that bringing their children to these outlets enhances their social status without knowing they are putting their families health in grave danger.
Those who prepare the meals are not necessarily concern about providing you the best service they can. To illustrate this point: early in the morning, these people don’t care where they put the trays why assembling everybody’s breakfast. They just stack them up, on top of the other, while our sunny side ups and steamed hot dogs are already in these trays. This is the very recipe by which we accumulate molds and parasites that would someday manifest as tumors and obesity.
You can’t expect anything better because these people are constantly overworked, e.g. working students trying to finish college, middle managers trying to climb the corporate ladder.
If our breakfast meals are prepared in such a slipshod manner, come back during peak hours…
The Red Cross is a disaster ‘racket’ in the business of making money from people’s misery, especially with totally engineered disasters such as 9/11.
So-called ‘charities’ are nothing more than a means of extracting even more money from the masses to swell the already overflowing coffers of the mega-rich.
Continue reading The Red Cross Scam
Around 30 percent of the world’s population is now obese, while 50 percent is expected to fall into the category by 2030. Meanwhile, 5 percent of global deaths each year are linked to the condition, creating a drag on the global economy.
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