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Five health-enhancing foods that don’t even seem like health foods: Mustard, cole slaw and more

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By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
September 26 – When observing the typical diet of American consumers, with all the fried foods, aspartame-laced “diet” products and pasteurized, hormone-ridden dairy products that typical people consume, I sometimes ask myself a question that perhaps you’ve pondered, too: What on Earth…

The 10 worst chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products

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By S. D. Wells
September 26 – The entire cosmetic industry is in a buyer beware state of alert, thanks to the latest additions to the melting pot of chemicals and pollutants in skin care, above and beyond the usual parabens. Consumers are warned by experts to put on the watch list any makeup which…

District ignores unanimous opposition by parents, approves installation of Phillips Exxon Mobil Corp ‘fracking’ wells on school property

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By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
September 26 – Not a single parent of a student attending a South Butler County School District (SBCSD) school has expressed support for the district’s plan to allow Phillips Exxon Mobil (PEM) Corp. to build oil and natural gas drilling wells on school property. But this did not stop…

Common painkillers block supposed benefits of SSRI antidepressants, says research

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By PF Louis
September 26 – Some mainstream articles have reported on how non-prescription pain killers block the benefits of prescription SSRI anti-depressants. This information could be a Big Pharma ruse to deflect legal liability of their lethal side effects. Suicidal and homicidal side effects…

Maui residents craft legislation to ban geo-engineering ‘chemtrails’

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By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
September 26 – The mainstream news media has been quietly releasing an increasing number of stories these days that openly admit the existence of geo-engineering programs, including accounts of various chemical and particle release programs similar to the “chemtrail” operations that…

White fleshed fruit and vegetable consumption slashes stroke risk in half

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By John Phillip
September 26 – Stroke is the third leading cause of death in America, affecting nearly one million people and taking the lives of 150,000 each year. Researchers publishing in the American Heart Association journal Stroke have found that increased consumption of white fleshy vegetables…

Southampton officials vote against water fluoridation scheme

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By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
September 26 – Efforts to get more communities in the UK fluoridated appear to be failing, as a recent decision by officials in Southampton, a city roughly 80 miles southwest of London, refused a proposed water fluoridation plan. In a 2 – 1 decision, city officials ultimately sided…

Steal someone’s confusion with this Jedi mind trick

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By Mike Bundrant
September 26 – The Jedi understand that states of confusion (as well as other states) are malleable and transferable. Like a yawn, they can be passed on to others. Jedi Masters use this phenomenon to “steal” confusion so that the original carrier is freed from it. This Jedi mind trick…

Raw Milk Symposium Article

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By Christina Luisa
September 26 – At least ten million Americans now consume raw milk according to CDC statistics. The explosive increase in demand for raw milk does not please our public health officials. Despite their dire warnings, the quest for a purer, healthier white beverage forges ahead. Consumers…

Jumping rope and 9/11 truth – how the sheeple have been trained to avoid unpopular truth about WTC 7

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By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
September 25 – I think I was in the second grade at the time. We were in gym class, and the teacher had encouraged us to jump rope and count out 10 jumps as part of an obstacle course. It was an ambitious plan, we soon learned, as very few second graders can jump rope at all. Even…

Freedom to gather freely annulled: City threatens to fine couple up to $500 every time friends come over for Bible study

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By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
September 25 – Chuck and Stephanie Fromm of San Juan Capistrano, Cal., have long enjoyed having their friends over for weekly dinner, fellowship, and a time of studying the Bible together. But according to a recent report from CBS 2 in Los Angeles, the city is not so pleased, as it…

Siemens abandons nuclear energy in favor of renewable following Fukushima disaster

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By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
September 25 – A major, long-time player in the nuclear technology industry, Germany-based Siemens has announced that it is leaving the nuclear energy business for good. Citing “German society and politics clear position on ending nuclear energy,” Siemens CEO Peter Loscher also referenced…

Boost strength and endurance by optimizing carnitine levels

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By Dr. David Jockers
September 25 – Carnitine was originally identified in animal meat and got its name from the Latin word for flesh, “carnus.” This nutrient is critical for fat metabolism and energy production in the cellular mitochondria. Boost your strength and endurance and halt the aging process…

The cure for wasted cancer fund donations

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By S. D. Wells
September 25 – Cancer donations should be used to find natural remedies and promote regulations that keep chemicals out of food, drinks and body lotions. Instead, billions are spent on the “search for a cure” to a problem the United States breeds and feeds. Put simply, if there is…

Having a problem getting pregnant? A remarkable discovery that will improve your chances

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By Matthew Silverstone
September 25 – Infertility treatment has risen by 25% over the past five years in the US alone. More and more women are turning to desperate and expensive methods of treatment in order to get pregnant not knowing there is a free and simple alternative available elsewhere. The food…

An unlimited supply of hydrogen energy from wastewater? New research suggests it’s possible

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By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
September 25 – Hydrogen-based energy technology currently lacks the ability to effectively and efficiently produce hydrogen on a large scale apart from the heavy input of fossil fuels which defeats the purpose entirely. But a professor out of Penn State University (PSU) has discovered…

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