You remember the phrase better health through science? Of course you don’t because I just paraphrased Dow Chemical’s old line. The fact is science is an excuse for little kids to grow up and become big kids who then due to boredom monkey with any rule they can find. When all one cares about is getting their next paycheck, sanity vanishes to that degree. Factually, those who work to be paid versus doing something they really believe in suffer mental fatigue, physical breakdown and various other signs of decay. This is what has been happening to Big Business and Big Medicine for the last 100+ years.
Monsanto worked feverishly to secure the right to monkey with our produce GMOing it. It has worked. They are now free to warp our produce any way they want and they do not have to report they have done it. You read that right. Monsanto can alter our produce anyway they want and they do not have to note the change on the label. Ultimately what they produce must still grow and not harm but a tiny percentage of final users or they risk losing customers as the dead are not big shoppers.
There is a bigger game that Monsanto is likely playing for Big Medicine and Big Pharma. What is it you ask? If they can make produce that grows in the ground a product that can only be made in a lab then they can patient the process and control all levels of food and herbs. Why is that important? Because if they are successful, herbals will become lab made custom blends that do not grow in Nature anymore. While this maneuver would not fully put herbal companies out of business, it would damage them catastrophically.
Science is out to control.. Science wants to dominate… Science wants the cash…
The practice of reducing, reusing and recycling has been around for many years. Yet, there are still laws being passed to save our environment. Not every one has caught up. Here are some simple yet effective steps you can take today to help save our environment:
Avoid Styrofoam and plastic products. There are still some folks that use this toxic product to serve food. Most cities have done away with the use of styrofoam products but not all. Ask for bio degradable containers.
Look for pump sprays and never use an aerosol. Avoid those products that still use aerosol sprays.
Purchase reusable products such as large canvas tote bags for shopping, glass containers, rechargeable batteries, washcloths and cloth napkins.
Reuse as much as you can: start with paper bags, plastic bags, cardboard boxes, glass and plastic bottles
Shop at your local farmers market. Take advantage of fresh produce that you can’t get in the store. When shopping at the farmers market be sure to bring your large canvas tote bags.
Remember “hand me downs”? Try it. Borrow or rent items that you only need infrequently. Keep items you own in good repair and loan to neighbors.
Buy in BULK. Get the refill containers and save money.
When you can’t find what you want in sustainable packaging, voice your objections to stores and manufacturers.
Ask for biodegradable products everywhere you shop.
Use your imagination and you’ll come up with more ideas on how to reduce, reuse, and recycle!
The meat industry causes more water pollution in the United States than all other industries combined because the animals raised for food produce 130 times more excrement than the entire human population-–86,600 pounds per second. A typical pig factory farm generates a quantity of raw waste equal to that of a city of 12,000 people.
Of all agricultural land in the United States, 87 percent is used to raise animals for food. Twenty times more land is required to feed a meat-eater than to feed a pure vegetarian.
Raising animals for food consumes more than half of all the water used in the United Stated. It takes 2,500 gallons of water to produce a pound of meat, but only 25 gallons to produce a pound of wheat.
Rain forests are being destroyed at a rate of 125,000 square miles per year to create space to raise animals for food. For every quarter-pound fast-food burger made of rain-forest beef, 55 square feet of land are consumed.
Raising animals for food requires more than one-third of all raw materials and fossil fuels used in the United States. Producing a single hamburger patty uses enough fossil fuel to drive a small car 20 miles and enough water for 17 showers.
You can’t be concerned about our environment without caring about our fellow inhabitants, the animals. They’re made of flesh and blood, and feel pain just as humans do. More than 25 billion are killed by the meat industry each year, and they’re raised and killed in ways that would horrify any compassionate person.
The human liver, weighing in at about 3 pounds, is a dark reddish-brown organ located in the upper right-hand portion of the abdomen.
The liver is responsible for performing hundreds functions every day, some of which are:
Producing bile, which helps in removing waste and breaks down fats in the small intestines.
Storing vitamins and minerals
Maintaining proper level of glucose in the blood, the production of cholesterol and special proteins to carry fats through the body.
Clearing our blood of drugs and poisonous substances.
Producing immune factors and removing bacteria from blood, helping us fight infection.
Breaking down harmful substances which are excreted into the bile or blood. Bile by-products are moved through the intestines and leaves the body as feces. Blood by-products a are filtered out by the kidneys and leave the body as urine.
Converting glucose (sugar) to glycogen (stored sugar)
Clearing our blood of drugs and other poisonous substances.
Liver problems show up in many surprising ways. Ask yourself if you:
allow emotions to run you?
get headaches? have reoccurring muscle and joint pain?
have fuzzy or blurry vision from time to time?
have liver spot or blemished skin?
If you answered yes to any of the above it may be due to a stressed liver!
The Mini Book “pH Madness” by Roger Bezanis. Mr. Bezanis is guided by three basic principles, 1) Anyone can heal, 2) Healing starts with education and taking personal responsibility, 3) Exact diagnosis leads to right solutions, which lead directly and only to healing results.
The Flu is believed to be a virus that arrives twice a year and wreaks havoc on helpless victims. We are told it is a virus that constantly morphs into a new worsening danger in autumn and again just in time for Easter. It has been with mankind since World War I. The trouble with the Flu is that it is an invented phenomenon, based on imagination.
Vaccinations were new in 1920, as Americans at Camp Funston (Fort Riley Kansas) were readying for deployment to Europe to fight and die, they were given vaccinations. Within 24 hours of their “shots,” the men came down with various forms of illness as they were inoculated with numerous poisons. Sick or not, they were needed to fight and shipped to the old world to fight. Gas toxic attacks were being unleashed by both sides in the war, singing lungs, skin, causing blindness and death.
What was not known was the battlefield held these airborne gas toxins for months in after use. These weakened chemicals when disturbed caused what appeared to be respiratory illness (i.e. Spanish Flu). In England the Spanish Flu was called the German Flu. Keeping the body free of flu symptoms requires awareness the flu does not exist. It is an imaginary thing; it does not regress and attack from a new location (on Earth) twice a year like an invisible Cobra. The Flu story is a fascinating one that is best explained in the book “Diagnostic Face Reading and Holistic Healing.”
There are hundreds of green foods on the market and they all offer something in common: chlorophyll!
All through nature, the green that comes from chlorophyl has been a healing color and has been used to improve health. Green has been used in light therapy or in other materials to augment healing. We serve green vegetables at a meal because they are so healing and refreshing!
Chlorophyll helps the body heal from blood issues, skin problems, intestinal flora, liver issues, and can improve enzyme production. Spirulina and other micro- algae contain more chlorophyll than any other foods, but any green food is healthful.