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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

A M A Z I N G Liquid Cancer Cure


Alternative Cancer Treatments

by Tanya Harter Pierce, M.A. MFCC
Author of OUTSMART YOUR CANCER: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work

False Hope or Real Solutions?

Despite the expenditure of billions of dollars over the last six decades, mainstream medicine’s track record for curing cancer is still dismal. Mainstream medicine cure rates are not much better than they were in the 1950s, and the cancer occurrence rates and deaths have only continued to rise. In fact, one out of every four deaths in America today is due to cancer. Too many people have watched loved ones with this disease die miserably, and more and more are wisely choosing to use alternative methods instead methods that are not approved by the FDA and not condoned or prescribed by mainstream doctors.Read about this across the counter, non toxic liquid that has cured many cancer cases even advanced stages. Read on...

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Throw Your Flu Antibiotics Away And Use This Fruit Instead


This remedy for the seasonal flu is not a capsule or syrup. And it’s definitely not a prescription.
You don’t even have to go to a health food store to pick it up. You just need to stop in the produce section of your local grocery store.
It only weighs four ounces but packs a major punch when fighting the flu.
The British Journal of Nutrition recently published a study that showed how this small fruit reduced the severity and duration of upper respiratory infections.1
For the study, researchers followed 132 older adults. Half the group ate a diet rich in the fruit. The other half consumed bananas. After 28 days scientists saw a decrease in symptoms in both groups. However, in the non-banana group head congestion was relieved four days sooner and sore throats three days sooner. Blood tests also showed that subjects that ate this powerful fruit had an increase in electrolyte concentration in their red blood cells Read on to find out...

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


This doesn't mean that snacking is inherently evil. Many scientific studies actually prove that people who snack regularly eat less at mealtimes, helping to maintain a healthy weight. Snacking, or eating several small, balanced meals a day instead of three large ones, keeps your metabolism revved because your stomach and body have to continually work to digest food, says Alyse Brennecke, RD, regional director in the nutrition division of MenuTrinfo. That means you'll burn more calories throughout the day. Read on...

Sunday, November 18, 2012

News Off The Grid: Meet Hannah Brencher, love letter writer. She was ...

News Off The Grid: Meet Hannah Brencher, love letter writer. She was ...: Meet Hannah Brencher, love letter writer. She was recently featured on TED.com  "Ideas worth spreading",  whom I like to emulate in my own ...

Thursday, November 15, 2012

(NaturalNews) Parasites are living organisms that live off of a host organism. Parasites take and utilize the host organism's nutrients and in so doing, hurt the host organism. Parasites take on a number of different forms and can thrive throughout the body. They most often live within the human intestines. Take action and cleanse your system of parasites naturally.

It is estimated that about 50 percent of Americans have an abundance of parasitic organisms in their gut. Parasites enter the human body through the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink.
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(NaturalNews) Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine, grape skins, blueberries, pomegranates and several other plants, has been found to benefit health in a myriad of ways. For example, as Natural News previously reported, scientists have found evidence showing it prevents heart disease, helps keep weight under control, normalizes cholesterol levels and may prevent diabetes and even help treat neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia. Now, a University of Missouri (MU) scientist has uncovered ways resveratrol might be used to create a cure for even the most aggressive prostate cancers.

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Sunday, November 11, 2012

How to Use Cumin Seeds in Natural Medicine

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Use Cumin Seeds in Natural Medicine
Cumin is most commonly used to flavor foods and is widely available in both seed and powder form. While cumin is a favorite on the spice rack, it has a number of curative properties which make it a versatile natural medicine. The uses of cumin are practically endless. Read on for a few tips that can give you an idea how to use cumin seeds as part of your home remedies.

Things You'll Need

  • Cumin seeds
  • Fresh coriander
  • Salt


    • 1
      Take cumin seeds to calm a number of digestive disorders including morning sickness, indigestion, heartburn, ulcers, diarrhea and flatulence. Boil 1 cup of water and remove from heat before adding 1 tsp. of cumin seeds, 1 tsp. of fresh coriander and a pinch of salt. Allow the tea to steep for 20 minutes before drinking. Take this natural medicine after meals.
    • 2
      Relieve insomnia with cumin seeds and banana. Simply mix 1 tsp. of cumin seed powder and the pulp of a ripe banana and eat before bed.
    • 3
      Treat a sore throat and cough with tea made from cumin seeds. Cumin is a natural antiseptic and will help to soothe a scratchy throat, making it the perfect natural medicine for colds and flu. Boil 1 cup of water and remove from heat before adding 1 tsp. of cumin and a large slice of ginger. Allow the tea to steep for 20 minutes, drinking 2 or 3 times a day until symptoms subside.
    • 4
      Soothe skin irritations with a paste made from cumin seeds. Add a bit of onion juice to cumin powder to make a paste and apply to boils, bites, bee stings and even scorpion stings to help reduce inflammation and pain.
    • 5
      Mix 1 tsp. of powdered cumin seeds in a cup of warm milk and add 1 tbsp. of raw honey. Drinking this natural medicine daily throughout the duration of pregnancy will help in healthy development of the baby, will help ease the strain of childbirth and will ensure sufficient milk secretion after birth.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

The Truth About Soy Foods

The Truth About Soy Foods

The Truth About Whey Protein And Your Nasty Belly Fat

A simple way to keep your muscles strong as you get older (and it isn't exercise) 

This one step can strengthen aging muscles, boost your immune system, and even help you manage your weight.

It’s normal for our muscles to lose tone and become a bit flabby as we age. But just because it’s normal, it doesn’t mean it’s good.

Not only are flabby muscles unsightly, they’re also a sign that we’re losing muscle mass and strength.

Losing muscle mass makes it harder to do the things you take for granted. Like walking up stairs. Lifting a bag of groceries. Or recovering your balance instead of falling.

Losing strength also makes you more prone to injuries that can keep you from enjoying the activities you've loved for years. It's a major reason people lose mobility and end up in nursing homes.

We all want to stay strong and vital for as long as possible. So many of us turn to exercise. While a regular exercise program can help, it’s often not enough. We need to feed our muscles, too. What's the best food for muscles?
Find out here




"No need to drink your Chocolate while doing this, just relax and enjoy the taste and actually lose weight drinking it."


  •  Heaped tablespoon of pure cocoa powder (Not sweetened Hot Chocolate)
  •  300 ml. coconut milk or water
  •  Honey, stevia or vanilla protein powder to taste
  •  Half a teaspoon of pure cinnamon powder 
  • Boil the coconut milk or water
  • Add cocoa and honey, stevia or protein powder to taste
  • Beat with high-speed mixer to produce a froth and sprinkle with cinnamon powder. 

This Food Can Help You Shed Up To 7

Pounds Of Belly Fat...

     food that burns belly fat

Desperate to shed some not-so-jolly holiday weight but shuddering at the
 thought of dieting or becoming one with the treadmill? Here's some
 New Year's cheer: Drink a few whey protein shakes a day and your body 
will automatically start burning more belly fat, suggests research from

Some Ways Whey Protein May Help You Get Leaner

Now, I know that I just told you that whey protein alone won’t necessarily help with weight loss, but I also don’t want to leave the impression that whey protein can’t play a role in speeding weight loss or change in body composition, provided you use it as part of an overall clean eating approach to diet and a good exercise plan.
Just to recap, there are a number of ways that including some whey protein in your diet can help with weight loss or fat loss:
  1. As a meal replacement when you are pressed for time. It’s always better to eat something, than to eat nothing. Because whey protein powder is so convenient, you can keep it around at the office and make a quick shake when you are tempted to eat a less healthy snack.
  2. As a way to help you eat 5-6 smaller meals across the day. Eating smaller, more frequent meals has been linked to improved body composition and less tendency to overeat later in the day.  If you are finding it hard to fit in five to six small meals or snacks each day, adding in a whey protein shake can help with this.
  3. As a way to encourage more lean muscle. Remember, getting a “toned body” requires increasing muscle (or at least maintaining it) while decreasing body fat levels. Including some additional whey protein in your diet (especially around your workouts) can help you achieve this.
  4. As a post workout recovery drink. Because whey protein is quickly digested, one of the best times to drink a protein shake is right after you workout. This can help encourage recovery and ensure that you have enough amino acids available to allow your body to build muscle.
  5. As a way to preserve the muscle you already have.  There is some research that indicates that people who consume whey protein are better able to maintain lean tissue, even during periods of inactivity. Including some whey in your diet each day may be able to help you better hold on to your muscle, even if your life keeps you away from the gym for a week or so.

Watch Out For Hidden Ingredients in Whey Protein Powder

If you do decide to try whey protein powder, it’s important to read the ingredients on the product closely.
Some whey protein powders have added ingredients that can be counter-productive to your goals.
For example, whey protein “gainer” powders have hundreds of extra calories added to them in the form of sugars in order to increase their calorie content for people who are trying to gain weight.  They can also have supplements like creatine added to them.
Look for a 100% whey protein powder with no additional listed ingredients.

The Skinny on Whey Protein and Weight Loss



At the end of the day, whey protein may be able to help you drop some body fat and maybe add some additional muscle, but it’s not as if you can simply start drinking more whey protein and watch the belly fat magically disappear. In fact, it’s conceivable that you might not lose a single pound of scale weight (or very little) as a result of drinking whey protein powder.
Can it help you reach your fitness and fat-loss goals? Possibly, but not on it’s own. Whey protein is just one tool of many available to you. Focus on eating a clean diet, exercising regularly (including lifting weights or resistance training), throw in some cardio and you’ll typically get good results, with or without whey protein.

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Losing Belly Fat: The BasicsLosing fat requires a negative energy balance, which means eating and drinking fewer calories than you burn. By creating a 500- to 1,000-calorie deficit, you'll lose 1 to 2 pounds of fat each week -- a rate of weight loss that's safe, sustainable and reduces your risk of weight regain. Consulting a nutrition professional or using an online calorie needs estimator can help you figure out roughly how many calories you'd need to maintain your current weight; then you can subtract 500 to 1,000 calories to set your target calorie intake for weight loss.

Unfortunately, you can't choose fat just from your belly; instead, you'll lose it from all over your body. That harmful deep abdominal visceral fat, though, is relatively easy to lose when you start dropping weight. However, if your excess belly fat is the subcutaneous kind -- the fat right under your skin that you can pinch -- it will likely take longer to burn off.


Make sure you read this before starting you whey protein program.