Cholesterol Drugs DO NOT Prevent heart attack and stroke but Can Cause Cancer. (here is what to use instead)

Millions of people are taking cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins to lower their cholesterol. It’s a 29 billion dollar industry that had most of us fooled completely. Doctors prescribe these statin drugs regularly against heart attack, stroke, inflammation and other health ailments. However, despite their incredible popularity, cholesterol lowering drugs failed to … [Read more...]

Chlorophyll: A powerful blood builder and chelating agent

Chlorophyll is the green pigment in plants responsible for absorbing the light necessary for photosynthesis. It is often considered to be the "blood" of plants, since it comprises the basic physiology of the plant and is required for their basic metabolic functions, such as growth and respiration. While most land plants contain chlorophyll to some degree, those with the deepest … [Read more...]

Lemon scent found to slow development of liver cancer

A recent study from experts at Ruhr-University Bochum suggests that the olfactory receptor could be a beneficial way to hone in on liver cancer diagnosis and therapy. In particular, they've eyed the monoterpene citronell as possible way to identify and treat cancerous liver cells. The finding has its roots in the understanding that terpenes, which are responsible for the … [Read more...]

Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil Shown To Be Powerful Healing Combination

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 40 to 50 million people across the nation. Given how widespread acne is in today’s society, it isn’t surprising that acne treatment is a billion dollar industry for Big Pharma. However, most commercial acne creams are packed with unnatural and … [Read more...]

FBI Is Investigating Hysterectomy Device Found to Spread Uterine Cancer

The FBI is investigating a surgical device that was found to spread cancer in women, including looking into what the largest manufacturer of it, Johnson & Johnson, knew about the tool’s hazards before pulling it off the market last year, according to people who have been interviewed by the agency. It is unclear what stage the inquiry is in. The Federal Bureau of … [Read more...]

10 Symptoms You May Have Parasites in your Body (and how to remove them)

According to the World Health Organization, 3.5 billion people suffer from some type of parasitic infection. A parasite is any organism that lives and feeds off of another organism. Parasites take and utilize your body’s nutrients and in so doing, hurt the entire organism. Parasites take on a number of different forms and can thrive throughout the body. They most often live … [Read more...]

McDonald’s french fries found to contain Silly Putty ingredient and petroleum chemical

Grant Imahara, host of the eye-opening show Mythbusters, was at it again. This time, he didn’t set out to get involved with crash test dummies or explosives. Instead, he recently focused on a specific food — which it can hardly be called — at McDonald’s: french fries. Imahara went directly to the fast food chain’s processing plant in the potato-loving state, where he … [Read more...]

Maple Water: The New Kind of Water You Need to Start Drinking

If you are like me, and  find coconut water to be extremely unappealing, you should try maple water. Maple water is the pure sap collected from maple trees as one of the first steps in making maple syrup. You would take this sap and boil it down until it is reduced to maple syrup. Maple water has a very pleasant and refreshing taste.  One of the most important substances in … [Read more...]

France passed law making rooftop solar or gardens mandatory on new commercial buildings

Two months ago, France passed a law that requires the rooftops of new commercial buildings to be partially (at least) covered by solar panels or plants. The law, passed back in March, was a compromise with French environmentalists and more conservative* members of society. The law approved by parliament was more limited in scope than initial calls by French environmental … [Read more...]