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4 science-based “superfoods” you should consider eating

Superfoods are a pretty overrated phrase, but here are four foods that can be called "super."

“Superfood” is a popular buzzword you’ve probably seen on health blogs, in grocery stores, and from well-meaning friends. And every year, there’s a new trending “superfood”. Whether the latest fad is a rare fruit from the Amazon or a seed that cures every disease known to man, most superfoods build on hype, not evidence of real health benefits.

Antibiotics for dental procedures linked to serious and potentially deadly infection

The overuse of antibiotics is already at an alarming level – worldwide. It is resulting in the creation of pathogens called “superbugs” – that are resistant to many antibiotics prescribed today; killing off friendly bacteria in the gut and weakening the overall strength of the immune system.

Stressing Over Air Pollution

Unless you’ve been shooting rapids in Antarctica or otherwise out of circulation, you no doubt know that California has been ablaze this year, with wildfires burning through the northern part of the state, destroying an unthinkable 8400 homes and buildings--more than 220,000 acres were burned (the equivalent of 343 square miles), and entire towns were evacuated.12


EPA Blocks Public Comment on Fluoridation

On December 7 and 8, the EPA's National Drinking Water Advisory Council held its annual meeting at their headquarters office on Constitutional Avenue in Washington, DC. After sitting through lengthy discussions all day on December 7 (in which the word "fluoride" was not mentioned once), Bill Hirzy PhD, Ellen Connett and myself (Paul Connett) finally got our chance to speak during the Public Comment period on Friday morning, Dec 8.

PQQ and CoQ10 reverse mitochondrial dysfunction plus chronic disease symptoms

We all know that chronic degenerative diseases like, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s and stroke are a leading cause of death and disability – throughout the world. For example, in the United States, almost half of all adults suffer from one form or another of chronic disease – and a quarter of all adults suffer from two or more. Yet, we almost never hear Western medicine talk about a major contributor to poor health – mitochondrial dysfunction.

FDA’s 2017 Attack On “Vitamin C Foundation” Has Far Broader Agenda…

Read original article at The Bolen Report

Linus Pauling discovered, and patented, a Vitamin C cure for heart disease – that works.

But the Obama-Nation’s “HOLDOVER FDA” won’t let the Vitamin C Foundation, OR ANYONE ELSE, tell you about it…

EVERYTHING that competes for Big Pharma dollars is blocked…

And THAT is Just Plain WRONG…


Hear the unbelievably inspiring story of a boy struggling with autism who overcame everything

“When everyone else has given up on you, it’s hard not to give up on yourself.” Struggling with learning disabilities and battling school bullying – like horrible nicknames such as “retard” – Ben discovered early on that kids can be cruel to children with differences like autism. With no friends and no future in sight, he cried himself to sleep at night, even contemplating suicide. But then he had a revelation which changed everything.



Obesity is a chronic and life-threatening disease where a person has excessive body fat that leads to serious health complications.

The most widely used method for measuring a person’s health concerning their weight is the Body Mass Index (BMI). BMI is a measurement of an individual’s body fat based on their weight and height. BMI does not distinguish between muscle mass and body fat. Therefore, people with a lot of muscle tend to have a high BMI even though they are not overweight or obese.

BMI is calculated as follows:

BMI = weight (lb) / [height (in)]2 x 703


This great Rabbi had a secret.

Watch this video and see what this great soul did every day in order to serve His Creator.

This inspiring video is a must-see for anyone looking to spread loving-kindness in the world.

The greatest spiritual giants always had soft souls – often hidden from most of their peers.

The test of true greatness is in the small little things that are done that show the inner workings of the soul of great people


New study: Improve memory and overall brain activity by eating blueberries

For some older adults, “senior moments” – those brief but embarrassing episodes in which car keys are misplaced or familiar names are fumbled – are only minor annoyances. But, for millions of people looking to improve memory and brain function, forgetful moments are not insignificant and tend to be quite disturbing.