Soy beans toxic damaging

With a mountain scientific data available showing that soy is a highly toxic, estrogenic and goitrogenic bean, it shocks me how many folks are still on the “soy is good for you” bandwagon – even people who should know better like your doctor! I just got an email from a reader the other day who…

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sea cucumber cancer

Sea cucumbers are squishy, boneless saltwater creatures found on the bottom of oceans worldwide, whose bodies are shaped like cucumbers and wrapped in a soft, leather-like casing. Sea cucumbers offer an array of uniquely medicinal substances which are proven effective against cancer and other diseases.  Seaweeds such as kombu, limu and mozuku also contain many of these…

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ridgedale permaculture farm

In potentially “the most important agricultural study this year,” researchers find that sustainable farming methods can help conventional agriculture “shed much of its chemical use,” according to New York Times writer and food author Mark Bittman. The Marsden Farm study, conducted by a team of government and university researchers, is a large-scale, long-term experiment that…

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Lauric acid, found in coconuts, is already a well-established destroyer of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, but recently scientists have discovering something even more amazing: it can also kill cancer cells. About 60% of coconut oil is comprised of lauric acid.  In fact, coconut oil with it’s potent anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, contains more lauric…

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Aquaponics-compressor

Aquaponics is a method of food production which utilizes two sustainable technologies simultaneously to create an abundance of food. Aquaculture – Growing aquatic creatures in water Hydroponics – Growing plants without using soil Whereas conventional food production uses chemical pesticides to fertilize and nourish plant growth, aquaponics uses the wastes from one system to fertilize…

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Hydroponic vegetable growing less water

As rising food costs become an increasing burden on people’s lives, more people are seeking ways to grow food for themselves in inexpensive and sustainable ways.  Hydroponics is gardening without soil, where plants are placed in a growing medium and nutrients are fed to the roots directly from water. Not only can you save money…

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underground greenhouse walpini

Growers in colder climates need new technologies to extend the growing season so that local food can be supplied to people in any region of the globe.  Passive Solar underground greenhouses are one solution. Greenhouses are typically expensive to construct, and heat throughout the winter. A more affordable and efficient alternative to glass greenhouses is…

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Chocolate dark

The saturated cocoa butter contained in chocolate is highly stable and a powerful metabolic enhancer that can help you lose weight. A new observational study published in the journal Nutrition, confirms that chocolate consumption may have significant health benefits. The European study titled, “Association between chocolate consumption and fatness in European adolescents,” found a higher…

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Essiac tea alternative cancer treatment

Essiac tea is a herbal remedy pioneered and used to treat cancer patients by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse. Whilst working in a northern Ontario hospital, in 1922, she noticed a healed scar on the breast of an elderly patient. The woman explained that thirty years earlier a Toronto doctor had diagnosed cancer and had recommended…

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Twentieth-century Scientist and medical doctor Maynard Murray was perplexed that although Americans were living longer than ever before, chronic illness, degenerative diseases and physiological suffering were steadily increasing.  On his quest for the key to improve human health, Dr. Murray began by studying animal species that do not get cancer. Dr. Murray discovered that sea…

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