Lab-grown Meat & Nuclear Yeast Vats: COP27 Reignites the War on Food

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Kit Knightly … COP27 literally had an entire day dedicated to discussing farming, “food security” and “innovations” to “reduce methane” (that’s code for “getting rid of cows” by the way). Further, COP27 is being used to launch the UN’s new Food and Agriculture for Sustainable Transformation (FAST) initiative.

COVID-19 Prevention: Vitamin D Is Still a Valid Remedy

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Rachel Nicoli and Michael Y. Henein Seven meta-analyses and systematic reviews and three later clinical trials argued that low vitamin D status increased susceptibility to COVID-19 and the risk of greater disease severity and mortality [1–10]. Furthermore, there are five meta-analyses and systematic reviews of vitamin D supplementation for the prevention of acute respiratory infection […]

Cleaning Supplies and Your Health

EWG Environmental Working Group’s investigation of more than 2,000 cleaning supplies on the American market has found that many contain substances linked to serious health problems. EWG concludes that: Fumes from some cleaning products may induce asthma in otherwise healthy individuals. A large and growing body of evidence links frequent use of many ordinary cleaning […]

EWG’s Dirty Dozen Food Chemicals: The Top 12 to Avoid

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EWG Our food should be nourishing and safe to eat. But more than 10,000 chemicals are allowed in food sold in the U.S. Some are direct additives, such as preservatives like butylated hydroxyanisole, or BHA, and butylated hydroxytoluene, or BHT, which are intentionally added to processed food. Others are so-called indirect additives, like heavy metals, […]

All About Sprouting

Ryan Andrews Sprouting involves soaking seeds, nuts, legumes or grains for several hours, then repeatedly rinsing them until they begin to develop a tail-like protrusion. Many seeds contain anti-nutrients, substances that inhibit the absorption or use of other nutrients. For example, rice contains phytic acid, which inhibits mineral absorption. Other seeds contain substances such as lectins and saponins, which […]

Do Dietary Lectins Cause Disease?

David L. J. Freed The evidence is suggestive—and raises interesting possibilities for treatment. Lectins are carbohydrate binding proteins present in most plants, especially seeds and tubers like cereals, potatoes, and beans. Until recently their main use was as histology and blood transfusion reagents, but in the past two decades we have realised that many lectins […]

Principles of Healthy Diets

The Weston A. Price Foundation When Dr. price analyzed the foods used by isolated peoples he found that, in comparison to the American diet of his day, they provided at least four times the water- soluble vitamins, calcium and other minerals, and at least TEN times the fat-soluble vitamins, from animal foods such as butter, […]

An Open Letter to Bill Gates on Food, Farming, and Africa

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Community Alliance for Global Justice/Agra watch, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Aftica (AFSA) Dear Bill Gates: You were recently featured commenting on the global state of agriculture and food insecurity, in a recent New York Times op-ed by David Wallace-Wells and also in an Associated Press article. It is your preferred high-tech solutions, including genetic […]

What’s Missing From Climate Debate

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Vandana Shiva/Navdanya International “The destabilisation of the Earth’s climate systems is the consequence of violating the ecological processes and cycles of the earth, violating the Rights of the Earth, Rights of Indigenous People, and the Rights of Future Generations. “Fossil fuels have driven how we grow our food and produce our clothing over the past […]

Protective Mechanism of Quercetin and Its Derivatives in Viral-induced Respiratory Illnesses

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Wahyu Choirur Rizky et al. Globally, acute respiratory illnesses are the most commonly manifesting illness in all age group. The disease mostly affects the upper respiratory tract (URT) and is self-limiting. However, a small percentage progresses to lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI). The most important causative agents of severe LRTIs are bacteria and viruses. Various […]

Four Myths about Pandemic Preparedness

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David Bell It seems unavoidable that those advocating for the current pandemic and preparedness agenda are intentionally misleading the public in order to achieve their aims. This explains why, in the background documents of the WHO, the World Bank, G20 and others, detailed cost-benefit analyses are avoided. The same absence of this basic requirement characterized […]