Thursday, November 16, 2017

Joe Rogan - Fluoridated Water

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Joe Rogan - Fluoridated Water


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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Beet Benefits, Interesting Facts, & Recipes

Also See: Herbal Cardiovascular Care - Herbs for Heart Health

Beet Benefits

Whether you are someone who already loves beets and consumes them regularly, or you’re new to beets and hesitant about beginning to cook with them more, there are plenty of great reasons that beets make my Healing Food Shopping List.
Beets are rich in a variety of essential vitamins and minerals, making them an excellent addition to your diet. Beet benefits your body in so many ways such as reducing inflammation, supporting your heart, and protecting your digestive, brain, and eye health. Beets are a versatile food that can be eaten raw in salads and juices, or cooked and added to a variety of recipes spanning from breakfast to dinner.
The beet benefits to your health are impressive and somewhat surprising too, when you consider their widespread positive attributes such as their ability to help with exercise performance, to ward off cancer, and to help purify the blood too.

Beets Nutrition Facts

One cup of beets provides approximately (in daily value):
  • 60 calories
  • 4 grams of fiber
  • 2.5 grams of protein
  • 34% folate
  • 28%  manganese
  • 15% potassium
  • 14% copper
  • 10% magnesium
  • Plus iron, vitamin C, and B vitamins

Beets Nutrition Facts Table

Top 7 Beet Benefits

Whole Chioggia Beets

1. High in Cancer-Protective Antioxidants

Beets are naturally high in disease-fighting phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, and trace minerals.  Beets are an excellent source of phytonutrients called betalains (categorized as betanin and vulgaxanthin) which function as cancer-protective beneficial antioxidants and anti-inflammatory molecules.
Studies have shown that betalains help to protect the body from developing cancers such as lung, stomach, colon, and breast cancer, in addition to heart disease and many other illnesses too. The light or dark red, purple, crimson, or orange colors of beets is an excellent indicator of their high antioxidant content, similarly to how berries and other deeply colored fruits and vegetables provide the same disease-fighting molecules.
Due to their antioxidants, beets are also very helpful in protecting eye health. Beets are a source of lutein and zeaxanthin, which are two carotenoid phytonutrients -also found in other similarly colored vegetables like carrots and squash- that play a role in protecting eyes from developing conditions such as macular degeneration and cataracts.
The highest supply of these free radical damage-fighting antioxidants are actually found in the greens of the beets. Beet greens contain more leutein and zeaxanthin than the purple beet roots themselves, but even the roots provide a good source, especially golden (orange or yellow colored) beets.

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2. Contains Anti-inflammatory Properties

The anti-inflammatory compounds found in beets have been shown to inhibit the activity of cyclo-oxygenase enzymes, which the body uses to trigger inflammation (1). While some inflammation is necessary and important for the body to undergo everyday- because it keeps us free from foreign bacterial or virus invaders and from constantly getting sick- too much inflammation is a very big concern.
Reduced levels of inflammation help nearly ever system within the body and fight off diseases including heart disease, diabetes and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases too.
The average person’s diet is very high in inflammatory properties from processed foods, high amounts of sugar, and low amounts of nutrients; so consuming whole foods like beets is an excellent way to reduce the immune system from triggering ongoing harmful levels of high inflammation.
Beets are able to combat inflammation due to their betaine compounds. Betaine is actually activated within the body from the nutrient choline, which is derived from B Vitamins.

3. Supports Heart Health

Betaine and choline have been shown to powerfully regulate inflammation in the cardiovascular system, helping to bring cholesterol levels to a healthy balance and to reduce high blood pressure.
Choline is able to do this due to its ability to turn off homocysteines, which are inflammatory reactions in the body that increase the risk of cardiovascular problems such as atherosclerosis, or the clogging of arteries.
Beets also contain nitrate compounds which studies have shown positively benefit cholesterol levels (2). Researchers now recommend regularly consuming nitrate-rich vegetables like beets in order to protect heart health in multiple ways.

Red Blood Cells

 4. Detoxes the Blood

Beets are known to be natural “blood cleansers”. They are able to help you to detox and cleanse the blood of toxins, heavy metals, and waste due to their compounds called glutathiones, which are essential for detoxification within the liver and other digestive organs. Additionally, the fiber in beets helps to “sweep” the digestive tract of waste and toxins while restoring healthy and regular bowel movements.
The betalains in beets help to form gluthione which neutralizes toxins and makes them water-soluble, meaning they can be exerted through urine and flushed out of the body. Studies have shown that when animals are given beet extract, their blood becomes more purified and free from toxins and mutagens, compared to animals who are not treated with beets (3).

5. Helps Maintain a Healthy Sex Drive

Many cultures have long thought of beets as a natural aphrodisiac. It’s believed that beets can help boost and maintain a healthy sex drive by increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs. Beets are able to do this due to their high levels of nitrates and boron, two substances that work in the body to regulate the production of human sex hormones (4).
Reduced levels of inflammation, increased circulation, and more daily energy are also benefits of consuming beets which are related to maintaining your sex drive as you age.

anti-aging properties woman's skin6. Contains Anti-Aging Properties
Consuming beets is one of the best days to cleanse the digestive tract and blood of built-up contaminants due to a diet and lifestyle that leads to high inflammation. Detoxification in this way combined with the high antioxidant values found in beets is an effective way to help naturally slow aging.
Beets are a great way to help balance pH levels and to alkalize the body as well. The pH scale is used to determine acidity versus alkalinity, with 7.1 to 14 being alkaline and 7 being neutral. Most diseases live in an acidic environment, so your body’s goal is to be slightly alkaline- and many whole foods like fruits and vegetables help to achieve this.
Limiting consumption of low-quality, processed acid-forming foods and eating more alkaline-forming foods like beets and other root vegetables can protect your body from diseases that occur more commonly in people as they age. This is due to their ability to decrease inflammation. Beets are also a great source of fiber, which helps the digestive system to properly function and even supports weight loss, another key area that can be struggle as you get older.

7. Boosts Endurance, Stamina, and Muscle Recovery

Beets naturally contain nitrates, which in the past you may have heard are harmful when you consume them as a part of products like deli meats, bacon, or other low quality packaged meats, but the type of nitrates found in whole foods like beets are actually very beneficial for boosting energy and performance.
Beets have been shown in studies to provide the type of nitrates the body easily uses for recovery and increased physical performance (5). Other studies have shown that supplementing with the type of nitrates found in beets allowed athletes to shave minutes off of their race times and to experience less bodily stress from the exercise (6).
Beets Health Benefits Infographic

Description and History of Beetscandy striped beets

Beets are a part of the plant family called Amaranthaceae-Chenopodiaceae. Also in this same family of plants are various Swiss chard varieties and other root vegetables, which share beet’s similar earthy but sweet taste. The leaves of beets were actually historically consumed before the roots were, even though today many people prefer to consume the sweet roots and discard the more bitter, but very beneficial greens.
Beet greens were thought to first be consumed in Africa thousands of years ago. The popularity of the root vegetables then spread to the Asian and European regions, with the Ancient Roman populations being some of the first people to harvest beets and to eat their brightly colored roots.
From the 16th to the 19th century, beets became more widespread and used in various ways; for example their bright juices were used as food dyes and their sugars quickly became noticed for a source of concentrated sweetness. Around the 19th century beets began being used as a means for extracting and refining sugar.
This continued to be a popular method for making cane sugar throughout Europe, eventually spreading to the United States where today beets are still used in this way. Today the largest producers of beets are the United States, Russia, and European nations such as France, Poland, and Germany.

Different kinds of beets

Purchasing Beets

In addition to the root of the beet plant, beet greens are actually completely edible and rich in nutrients such as carotenoids beta-carotene and lutein/zeaxanthin. They are available most often when you purchase whole, fresh beets at farmers markets and they can be used in recipes interchangeably with chards.
Although we most often see purple colored beets available in grocery stores, beets actually come in a variety of colors, most of which have very similar tastes, health benefits, and uses. Beets are widely available throughout the year, but their peak season runs from early summer through the fall, usually from about June through October.
These are the times to scout farmer’s markets and health food stores for fresh, tender organic beets. When buying beets, look for small or medium-sized beet roots that have a uniform, smooth skin and a deep color (either purple, red, pink striped or golden are most often available).  Steer clear of fresh beets that have spots or strong bruises where the beet juice is “bleeding” from the root.

The Healthiest Ways to Use Beets


When eaten raw, beet are firm, crunchy and mildly sweet tasting. Beets make an excellent addition to smoothies, juices, or salads because consuming them raw guarantees you are not losing any of their important benefits during the cooking process. Once they are cooked, beets become somewhat different tasting, taking on a softer and sweeter taste.


Beets are often paired with cheeses like goat cheese, balsamic vinegar which balances their sweetness, and arugula which adds a nice peppery counterbalance to the beets earthy and sweet taste. Today, beets are still used as one of the main ingredients in traditional eastern European cuisines, including recipes for borscht and various soups.
They are often commonly pickled or canned which changes their taste a bit and can destroy some of their nutrients depending on the exact preparation method and brand that you buy from.
roasted beets and garden vegetables


Beets have a naturally sweet taste due to their higher sugar content, and this makes them ideal for roasting where their sugars have the chance to
caramelize. Although it’s important to note that even though beets seem very resistant and tough, they are actually a very delicate vegetable. Beets are prone to oxidizing and losing some of their nutrient value when they are overheated and overcooked.
You want to always try to cook beets lightly, since research has shown that their nutrients are delicate and cannot withstand high processing. Studies show beets’ concentration of phytonutrients, such as betalains, is diminished by high heat.

How to Cook Beets

The healthiest way to cook beets to keep their nutrients in tact is either to steam them for about 20 minutes or under, or to roast them for under one hour, which slowly cooks and softens them. You will know your beets are cooked through and ready when you are able to pierce them with a fork somewhat easily. Always be careful cooking beets, as their juices tend to stain!
One of the easiest ways to prepare them to avoid stains is to wrap a whole beet in tin foil with a little bit of coconut oil, and to bake them at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. Then plate the whole bundle in the sink and slowly peel off the skin (which will fall off easily) and allow some of the juices to run off into the sink, rather than on your countertop, hands, and clothes.

Beet Recipes To Try:

Sweet Beet Juice Recipe

  • 1/2 green apple
  • 1 beet
  • 2-3 stalks celery
Add all ingredients to vegetable juicer. Gently mix juice together and consume immediately.
Sweet Beet Juice
Photo: Sweet Beet Juice / Dr. Axe

Avoiding Refined Beet Sugar

Beets are one of the vegetables highest in sugar, although for most people consuming about 1 cup of beets daily does not have a negative effect on blood sugar levels or weight. Because of their high sugar content, beets are commonly used in the production of refined sugar, called “beet sugar” or “evaporated beet juice”.
These types of sugars undergo a high amount of chemical processing and destroy the health benefits of beets mentioned above, so it’s important not to confuse these beet products with eating real, actual whole beets. Beet sugar made of beet’s extracts sugar molecules is just as harmful as other types of refined sugars, like white cane sugar or high fructose corn syrup.

 Concerns and Interactions of Beets

You may have noticed in the past that your urine actually turns somewhat pink or red after consuming beets; this is actually not anything to worry about and is somewhat normal, as about 15% of the population reacts to compounds in beets this way.
Some research has shown that this effect could potentially indicate a problem with absorbing iron, so if you have concerns about either being too high or too low in iron and experience this effect after consuming beets, you may want to speak you’re your doctor about having an iron test completed if you have been feeling sluggish, fatigued, and showing signs of iron deficiency.

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Carbs Cause Cancer Tumors To Grow Says New Study - Joe Rogan On foods you eat everyday that are BAD for you

Carbs Cause Cancer Tumors To Grow Says New Study - Joe Rogan On foods you eat everyday that are BAD for you


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Monsanto’s RoundUp is More Dangerous Than We Realized: Even the Inert Ingredients Have Proven to be Dangerous

What role do “inert” ingredients play in disrupting human endocrine systems, cellular processes, and assisting the permeation of toxins across the blood-brain barrier?

“Inert” ingredients are designed to enhance glypohsate’s toxicity as an herbicide. Since glyphosate is also a registered antibiotic, it is inevitably doing great damage to human gut health. Becoming part of the food and water supply, glyphosate and its host of inert ingredients work together and deplete the good bacteria that control much of the human digestive and immune systems.

The inert ingredients of Roundup that often go ignored, are actually powerful adjuvants that make glyphosate more pervasive in the environment, delaying the breakdown and decay of glyphosate, while allowing the carcinogen to more readily penetrate tissues. These “inert” ingredients are making glyphosate more of a nightmare long term

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, October 25th, 2017.]

Friday, October 20, 2017

Detox Naturally With Cilantro and Clay

By Dr. David Williams

Steps to cleanse your body of toxins and minimize your risk of neurotoxins

Modern life affords us a bounty of luxuries that mankind could only dream of a few generations ago such as farming techniques that produce bigger, more frequent crop yields and drugs for nearly every ailment imaginable. However, these modern miracles come with a heavy price by producing neurotoxins that negatively impact our health, often in ways that baffle the best of doctors. But, there are steps you can take to both cleanse your body of these toxins and minimize your risk of exposure going forward.
Neurotoxins are substances or compounds that are absorbed by the nerve endings and then travel through the nerve fiber to ultimately reach the nerve cell. Both along the way and once they reach the nerve cell, they can exert a tremendous influence throughout your body. Most functions within the body are controlled either through hormones circulating in the bloodstream or through nerve impulses.
The problems that can arise can vary, depending on when and where neurotoxins disrupt nerve transmission. Some of the most common symptoms include chronic fatigue, insomnia, depression, “brain fog,” numbness, burning or tingling sensations, poor memory, muscle spasms, and migrating pains.
One of the biggest problems associated with neurotoxins is the fact that we are being bombarded with a wide variety of toxins from hundreds of different sources. Types of neurotoxins include heavy metals, compounds produced by fungi, viruses, and other pathogens, xenobiotics like pesticides and drugs, and artificial food additives, dyes, and preservatives. This greatly complicates matters during the present era, when we like to narrow all of our health problems down to a single cause.
One of the best methods I’ve found for removing these toxins is what I call the “poor man’s chelation therapy.” Dr. Yoshiaki Omura with the Heart Research Foundation in New York discovered a unique and easy way to remove heavy metals like mercury, lead, and aluminum. He and his colleagues were using antibiotics and antiviral compounds to treat infections, but they were having little long-term success. Patients’ symptoms would disappear, only to recur within a few months.
Upon further investigation Dr. Omura found that these patients had localized deposits of mercury, lead, aluminum, or a combination, and the infectious bacterial and viral agents continued to grow and multiply in these areas. Apparently, in the presence of these heavy metals, the antibiotics and antiviral compounds lost their ability to function.
While Dr. Omura was testing the urine of one patient, he discovered that mercury levels in the urine increased significantly after the patient consumed Vietnamese soup, which contains cilantro.
Through further testing, Dr. Omura found that consumption of cilantro accelerated the excretion of lead and aluminum deposits from the body. When he had his patients regularly consume fresh cilantro or cilantro juice and then use antibiotics or natural antivirals such as the EPA and DHA in fish oil, the infections were permanently cleared.
Dr. Omura performed another study in which three amalgam fillings were removed from an individual using all the precautions available to prevent the absorption of mercury from the amalgam. Even with strong air and water suctioning, water rinses, and a rubber dental dam, significant amounts of mercury were later found in the individual’s lungs, kidneys, endocrine organs, liver, and heart. There had been no mercury in these tissues prior to the amalgam removal. Using only cilantro, Dr. Omura was able to clear the mercury deposits in just three weeks.
Since I first reported on Dr. Omura’s work over a decade ago, numerous doctors have informed me of similar successes using cilantro. It is an excellent method for detoxifying and removing heavy metals and other neurotoxins. I’d suggest consuming at least 1/4 cup of tightly-packed fresh cilantro stems and leaves per day during a detox.
Since cilantro may release more heavy metals than the body can efficiently remove, and to prevent any metals from being deposited in the colon, I also recommend using a form of calcium bentonite clay called Pascalite. While using the cilantro for a detox period of two weeks, take 1 to 2 teaspoons of Pascalite mixed with water three times a day between meals.
I’ve used Pascalite for years and actually had numerous conversations and communications with the original operator of the business, Ray Pendergraft. Ray passed away several years ago at age 92, but the company is still family operated. You can view their products online at, and to order, write to Pascalite, P.O. Box 104, Worland, Wyoming 82401; call 307-347-3872; or send e-mail to
Keep a few things in mind when going through this detox procedure. It may be simple, but powerful forces are at work. What one experiences depends on their level of toxicity (everyone will be different). Those who are more toxic may need to start off slowly, using smaller doses of cilantro but the same amount of Pascalite.
Signs of increased toxicity include headaches, nervousness, flu-like symptoms, or fever. Someone who has taken drugs much of their life could experience either the normal effects associated with those medications or any of their side effects. Any of these would be signs to slow down the detox. For some, it would definitely be better to detox for only one week three or four times a year rather than all at once.
In addition to soaking up toxins and removing them from the body, Pascalite has a tendency to clean the colon of excess mucus and debris. Don’t be alarmed if you find this happening; it’s a good thing. But if it’s too much, simply reduce the dosage.
Finally, don’t be surprised if you experience a permanent feeling of increased energy and well-being, or if any of the toxic symptoms mentioned earlier disappear. After years of suffering from the effects of toxin exposure, most people are amazed at how effective the poor man’s chelation therapy can actually be.

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'InfoWars' Pitchman Alex Jones Pushes Supplements With Dangerous Levels Of Lead - Lead Contamination in Bone Broth

Editor's Note: I bought both of these products in question and I'm sure the contamination wasn't on purpose and I'd like to see a response, but have not seen one as of yet. Nor have they responded to messages I sent asking to receive a bottle of their heavy-metal detox for free, or to just receive a refund. Pretty shitty. I like the work they do, but this is not good at all.


Infowars did finally issue a refund after I mailed the opened products back at my expense.

Response from Infowars 10 Days Later:

Truly sorry for the delay in response and inconvenience. Recently, some Infowars Life products have been subjected to State of California Proposition 65 Enforcement. This does not mean that our products are necessarily dangerous, only that we place labels on them warning California residents of the presence of certain ingredients. For more information on what this means for our products, visit here.


You know, this response being provided earlier than 10 days in would have been appreciated. I'm aware of the California standards being higher, but as you carefully worded it, it doesn't necessarily mean it's unsafe, which would imply it doesn't necessarily mean it's safe either. Let's think it through a bit shall we from the info in the media and the info you sent me...

But not all of Jones’s offerings are quite as harmless as essential oils or arabica beans. In fact, new research commissioned by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has determined that two products sold by Jones contain potentially dangerous levels of the heavy metal lead, which is universally known to be harmful to the body.
“The chemical was found in the Infowars Caveman Paleo Formula and the Info Wars Myco-ZX supplements. People who take the daily recommended dose of the Formula product would ingest more than twice the daily limit for lead under California law. People who take the Myco-ZX product would ingest more than six times the daily limit for lead under California law,” a CEH release said.
The Proposition 65 levels, however, are the most stringent and incorporate a 1000-fold safety factor below the level where there is no observable effect for chemicals such as lead that are naturally occurring.  That means the State of California has found no observable effect at amounts up to 1,000 times the threshold that would trigger a Proposition 65 disclosure.  The lead in herbal products is no more or less risky than lead found in the traditional American diet, which is reported to provide about 15-25 mcg of lead per day or more from natural ingredients. 
For comparison, while Proposition 65 triggers a warning at just 0.5 mcg / day for lead, other lead threshold limits include:
So both products when taken combined would put the amount at 4mcg. Not an amount I feel comfortable adding to my intake for two supplements. In this report from Dr. Greger at, he reports that low-level lead exposure at levels currently considered acceptable is linked to gout.

It would also seem that the type of animals being used to make such products, like the chickens in Caveman makes a difference.

Chickens, oddly enough, seem to tolerate lead better than humans, horses, dogs and wild fowl such as ducks, and they can hold very high levels without exhibiting clinical signs or hematological changes.10 Unaware of any problem, small farmers and urban homesteaders may be regularly serving meat, broth and eggs that are contaminated with lead to family members and customers. Although lead poisoning from acute exposure makes news headlines, it is chronic low-level exposure building up day by day — as could occur from the regular drinking of contaminated broth — that we are concerned about here.


Some Thoughts for Vegetarian/Vegans Regarding Bone Broth - Bone Broth Benefits for Digestion, Arthritis and Cellulite

Detox Naturally With Cilantro and Clay

Thursday, October 12, 2017

After GOP liars failed to repeal Obamacare, Trump will gut the law with executive orders

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 by JD Heyes

For seven years Republican establishment types vowed to “repeal and replace” Obamacare once they gained control of the House, the Senate, and the White House. Voters gave them complete control over the legislative process by installing Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office in November.
But here it is, nearly halfway through October and more than 10 months after the new Congress and the president were seated for the current legislative session, and repeal of Obamacare looks dead in the water.
No amount of cajoling by Trump, which has included reminders of their pledges to get rid of the law that is destroying the health insurance industrywhile shredding Americans’ home budgets, has worked. So now the president is taking measures into his own hands, and while a legislative fix is really what is needed, these measures will help ease some of Obamacare’s burdens in the meantime.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the order — which he will reportedly sign next week — will begin the process of lifting some insurance rules and expand insurance options for the tens of millions of Americans who buy insurance on their own, not through an employer or via a collapsing Obamacare exchange.
The paper noted that the order contains, “broad instructions for agencies to explore ways to loosen regulations and potentially lower premiums, as well as looking at three specific areas of health insurance.”
Members of the insurance industry and political observers have been anticipating the order since the GOP effort to repeal the worst healthcare law ever crashed and burned.
The order is directed at three federal agencies — the departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and Treasure — and instructs them to adopt measures that make it simpler for Americans to group together and buy insurance via “association health plans,” one official familiar with it told the paper.
The WSJ noted further:
Such plans would in some ways be like large employer’s health plans, subject to some restrictions set by the Affordable Care Act, including a ban on lifetime limits. But they would be free of other regulations, including the requirement that insurance plans cover a set package of benefits. These plans are popular with conservatives; some insurers fear that associations would peel off healthier and younger individuals and leave traditional insurance plans to cover sicker and older customers.
Already critics are panning the order, claiming it will, in reality, only drive rates up further and weaken existing coverage. But the reality is, it’s Obamacare that has driven up monthly premiums and out-of-pocket deductibles to the breaking point for millions of families, and after the former president and the Democrats who passed the legislation all promised their law would reduceprices. (Related: Obamacare FAIL: Half of Americans can’t afford more than $100 per month for health insurance.)
The WSJ further reported that Trump will also order agencies to begin scaling back an Obama administration rule that curbed “short-term medical insurance,” which was a low-cost option that offered limited protection. The order would permit insurers to once again offer those plans for up to a year at a time.
While failing to repeal the law, Republicans have nevertheless long complained about Obamacare’s negative effect on insurance premiums, both for individuals and for small group pools, especially for healthier Americans. Average premiums are now close to $1,000 a month, while deductibles for millions are in the thousands of dollars per year.
Finally, Trump’s order instructs agencies to widen health reimbursement accounts, which are employer-funded constructs that employees can use to pay for out-of-pocket medical costs and premiums.
Democrats say the law’s myriad of rules has actually protected Americans from buying substandard insurance policies, but that assumes — as Democrats always do — that American consumers are too stupid to buy a product that is uniquely tailored to their individual needs. Obamacare banned those short-term policies with the president arguing that they weren’t adequate to a person’s needs — as if government knows best what Americans “need” as it pertains to health insurance coverage.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.
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