You might have noticed that pomegranate juice is starting to take up more space on your supermarket’s shelves.
There is a lot of conflicting advice out there about vitamin use, and the insistence by a few vocal “experts” that multivitamins are a waste of money has led many people to falsely believe that not getting enough vitamins is not such a big deal.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is voluntarily recalling a blood pressure medication after an impurity classified as a cancer-causing chemical was found.
The mainstream of medicine has always had it out for those who disagree with it. Nothing new about it.
We have lost the war on cancer. At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life.
There are 268,670 new breast cancer cases expected in the U.S. – this year alone! But, what’s most disturbing is how the vast majority of these cases get treated with risky surgical procedures and highly-toxic ‘therapies’ like, chemotherapy.
Feminist loathing of men has apparently reached the tissue paper market, as the popular Kleenex brand has reportedly decided to rename its “Mansize” tissues “Kleenex Extra Large” in order to pacify leftist lunatics who are accusing the company of being “sexist.”
If you’ve ever doubted whether organic food is worth the higher price tag, a study that was recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine should put your concerns to rest.
What you eat plays a very important role in your health, and this goes far beyond simple concepts like “fried food is bad” and “vegetables are good.”
Some people believe that taking multivitamins doesn’t benefit their health in any way, and when you see the price tag on some vitamins, you might be hoping they are right.