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The Fight to Restore America – What We Have to Make Happen…

It Is All Fixable… So Let’s Make a List…

Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

In early 2016 the United States of America was, most definitely, in decline.

Unfortunately “we the people” let the situation get very bad before we said, on Election Day 2016, “enough is enough,” and stopped the globalist destruction train in it’s tracks.

Americans with common sense went to the polls and surprised a weary world beaten down by globalists, woke up a reaction, and proceeded to change the direction not just of America the Nation, but of Planet Earth.

Iodine Supplements and Dosages

Iodine is necessary for the proper function of many of the body’s tissues including the breasts, pancreas, brain, stomach, adrenal glands, skin, salivary glands, and cerebral spinal fluid. Iodine deficiency can lead to a dysfunction of these tissues and cause symptoms such as dry mouth, dry skin, reduced alertness, brain fog, fibromyalgia, fibrocystic breasts, and many others. Some studies have shown that iodine deficiency leads to a higher risk of developing various cancers, especially of the breast, prostate, and ovaries.

DETOXING – WITH SAUNAS!

Our modern world is full to the brim with unwanted chemicals and pollutants, many of which are insidious and totally unknown to us. You can’t taste the lead in the air, or even in your lipstick. But considering the average American has over 700 chemicals, heavy metals and other unhealthy pollutants in their blood, we are no longer wondering if chemicals are adding to our health problems, but what we can do about it.

Air pollution associated with increased heart attack risk despite 'safe' levels

London, UK - 30 Aug 2015: Particulate matter and NO2 air pollution are associated with increased risk of severe heart attacks despite being within European recommended levels, according to research presented at ESC Congress today by Dr Jean-Francois Argacha, a cardiologist at University Hospital Brussels (UZ Brussel-Vrije Universiteit Brussel), in Belgium.1

UTSA researcher develops new, non-invasive method to wipe out cancerous tumors

New treatment, requiring only a single dose and a beam of light, can kill up to 95 percent of cancer cells in two hours

Matthew Gdovin, an associate professor in the UTSA Department of Biology, has developed a newly patented method to kill cancer cells. His discovery, described in a new study in The Journal of Clinical Oncology, may tremendously help people with inoperable or hard-to-reach tumors, as well as young children stricken with cancer.

Train Your Brain to use Stress to Your Advantage

It starts off slow. Heart rate building. Dry mouth. A drip of sweat slowly rolling down from your temple to your cheek. And then wham. A punch to the gut.

Stress.

It’s inevitable in life. And yet so many of us see it as something we can’t control. Or worse, something we should bury and ignore.

Keep Calm and Carry On might work for t-shirts and tote bags, but as advice for real life? It’s about as useful as sticking your head in the sand.

You Can Recognize a Heart Attack 1 Month Before it Happens!

Heart attacks are responsible for 25% of all deaths in America. This makes heart attacks the leading cause of death in the country, even outranking cancer.

The major causes of a heart attack are high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the following conditions will add to your risk of having a heart attack:

The MMR Vaccine Continues to be Banned in Japan

For many years, controversy has surrounded the three-in-one vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella. Most notably, the MMR vaccine is infamous for its disputed connection to autism, and despite the fact that it has been blamed in vaccine courts for causing autism, vaccine supporters still deny its fault in skyrocketing rates of autism spectrum disorder, which is at least one in 68 children, with even higher rates of diagnosis among boys.