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  1. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    Thanks Julieanne. You're right...I probably can't do too much harm. Now, I need to check to make sure my baking soda does not contain aluminum.
  2. Re: ROBERT KENNEDY JR TRANSCRIPT on Vaccines

    Kudos to Robert Kennedy, Jr. for continuing to fight the good fight. I am not anti-vaccine, but I am against lies, false statements, and misinformation. Where the vaccine advocates lose me is with...
  3. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    Wish they'd been a little more specific with the instructions. 3 Tblspns. in a bowl of water??? I have small, medium, and really big bowls...what size? Lol. Let fruit soak for a "few" minutes....
  4. Re: Genetically Engineered Farm Animals: Regulators Rush to Keep Consumers in the Dar

    Truth is the FDA has been regulating "genetically engineered (GE) farm animals" for over a decade. Several farm animals have been reengineered to help develop pharmaceuticals. For ex., GE goats...
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    Re: Why Vitamin C Fights Cancer So Well

    IV vit. C for cancer remains controversial even though a number of clinical studies have shown benefits. Word of caution from the National Cancer Institute: IV vit. C may have harmful side effects...
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    Re: Why Vitamin C Fights Cancer So Well

    IV vit. C for cancer remains controversial even though a number of clinical studies have shown benefits. Word of caution from the National Cancer Institute: IV vit. C may have harmful side effects...
  7. Re: Austrian parliament backs EU's first total ban of weedkiller glyphosate

    Thanks for sharing this comprehensive lists of countries that have restricted/banned glyphosate. Sad to see the U.S. is not on the list, although 22 states have taken steps to restrict the use. ...
  8. Re: Judge rules against Trump on drug pricing disclosures

    This shows the collective power of BigPharma. And, its power will continue to grow. One thing that makes the pharmaceutical industry strong is concentration of power in just a few major companies. ...
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    Re: Carcinogens Found In Heart Drug

    It won't cost the government a dime since they surrender all testing to BigPharma anyway. Just require it and it will be done.
  10. Re: Genetically Engineered Farm Animals: Regulators Rush to Keep Consumers in the Dar

    When the FDA approved genetically engineered (GE) salmon, this was the beginning of genetically engineered animals. I knew it wouldn't take long before bio-engineered farm animals surfaced. This...
  11. Re: Austrian parliament backs EU's first total ban of weedkiller glyphosate

    Prediction: Huge legal payouts are being granted in favor of plaintiffs claiming harm as a result of glyphosate. Countries failing to ban outright this herbicide may also find themselves adjoined...
  12. Re: GE Salmon Caught, Temporarily, in a Net of Regulation

    Update on Genetically Engineered (GE) salmon. The FDA, in December 2018, issued FINAL guidelines for how GE salmon is to be labeled so the consumer knows what they're buying. The label is a...
  13. Re: Why Walnut Resembles The Brain It Nourishes

    I was not familiar with the term "Doctrine of Signatures." Thanks for sharing. I think there is a connection between the shape of ceretain fruits & veggies and their impact on similarly-shaped body...
  14. Re: Sesame Seed Oil Found To Treat One Of Chemotherapies Nastiest Side Effects

    Sesame seed oil, as noted in this article, benefits skin & blood vessels when applied to the skin. It also works well when a little is used on salads. High heat cooking destroys some nutritional...
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    Re: Carcinogens Found In Heart Drug

    The generic forms were recalled because they contained the carcinogen, NDMA. Now, the remaining forms contain another carcinogen, DMF. If the FDA was doing its job, it would require all...
  16. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    Excellent point, grulla. That's why I said in my post that "extra A" is necessary when one is fighting colds, infections, and/or chronic diseases. I think the key is to start with small amounts,...
  17. Re: Why Walnut Resembles The Brain It Nourishes

    This article made me think about how kidney beans are shaped like the human kidney. Also, if you look closely at a sliced carrot, it resembles the eye. And, a sliced whole tomato has four chambers,...
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    Re: Army vs. Navy

    Funny. So much for "new found friendships." Lol.
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    Re: Islander's big adventure

    This is terrible news. But, I'm so happy you're OK, and you were not present while all this was going on. A few years ago, a friend had several large oak trees removed "free" from his property in...
  20. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    grulla, thanks for sharing your vit. A experience. Your post has prompted me to reconsider my intake of all my fat soluble vitamins. As I stated above, supplementing with A, E, D, & K is always...
  21. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    My dose of vit. A varies from day to day, depending on a lot of factors. For ex., when I eat salmon, I don't take any fat solubles because salmon is high in all 4. On other days, when I eat mostly...
  22. Re: Fat - Probably The Least Understood Endocrine Organ

    This is a great read. I learned much from this. The topic it did not touch on is "persistent organic pollutants," or POPs. These are chemicals (some called them toxins) the body can't break down...
  23. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    Vitamin A -- too much or too little?? Well, honestly this is not easy to determine. Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin, like vit. E, vit. D, & vit. K. This means these four vitamins require...
  24. Re: Selecting a fitness center: 9 tips for choosing best Fitness center

    One additional tip: If you travel or vacation, you want to make sure your gym membership allows you to use gym locations in other states. Most nationwide gym chains will allow you to work out at...
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    Re: The Dangerous Methane Mystery

    New information to me. It still isn't clear where this huge "frozen methane deposit" came from in the first place. I don't doubt it's a looming problem. But, I don't think we know enough about its...
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