• Sustainable Agriculture Community
    Sustainable Agriculture Community

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    Cindy

    I am really saddened by this. I purposely avoid soy as much as possible. I was really happy with this product as well. I am in California and I can't imagine that Californians were ordering so much that it caught someone's attention. It's unfortunate that food gets regulated to the point where an individual can't make their own choices.

  • Vaccine Impact Community
    Vaccine Impact covers essential news regarding vaccine safety, and the impact vaccines have on the lives of individuals and families. We also publish articles on how to overcome vaccine injuries.

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    Theresa

    I was mandated by my employer in 1976 to take the Swine Flu injection. The next day I became very ill, to the point of death. I became paralyzed on the side of the injection and developed pneumonia due to the inability to ambulate. My family doctor told my parents he did not know what to do; in fact there was nothing he could do. He told my parents in all likelihood I was going to die. I was 19 years. In fact a couple of people I worked with did die.

    I now cannot take any vaccine due to the probability that I have acquired Guillian Barre. When I get a simple cold, it knocks me out for weeks.

    The return of the Swine flu in 2008-2009, I decided to contact the CDC about my immunity due to the previous injection. They tap danced around there not being side effects to the vaccine and sent out an adverse reaction form for me to fill out. Well, my attending doctor has since died and the hospital where my records were has burnt down. I have no idea where to locate my medical history. The only witness I have to this horrible experience is my mother. And I certainly don't want to put her thru this again let alone me go go thru it.

    I am very afraid of the influenza injections and I firmly believe it should be a matter of personal choice to take them. You know your body and what it can and cannot handle. When will they start listening to that? Doesn't the patient have any say

  • Medical Kidnap Community
    MedicalKidnap.com features the stories of parents who have lost custody of their children due to medical disputes. MedicalKidnap.com presents the parents' side of the story.

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    Linda Archinal

    Ryan- said:

    Moral of the story? STAND YOUR GROUND WHEN CPS ARRIVES AT YOUR DOOR!! If you are going to play hard ball, play hard call. The officers are ONLY there in case you get violent. They could have easily told CPS to leave, after they handed him over, that was it.

    Yes call Citizens Commision on Human Rights- (CCHR) known for effective help on this type of situation-

    Good on this family for noticing the truth and not buying the lie of psychiatric diagnoses- which is all voted in btw to benefit the industry.


  • Alternative Health Community
    Alternative Health Community

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    Marsha

    I was discouraged from clicking your link before I clicked a second time. Damn censorship. Thank you Health Impact News.See>>>


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  • Created4Health Community
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    Sandra54

    link_back, Who is Responsible for Providing Healthcare?, /topic/2578/who-is-responsible-for-providing-healthcare


    This puts into words things I believe and want to share with others. Thank you so much for this post!!

  • Real Food Nutrition Community
    Real Food Nutrition Community

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    Admin

    Healthy Traditions is proud to bring you our Authentic Mexican Corn Tortilla Chips; made with our GMO-tested White Corn from Mexico and fried in our Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil! This hardy chip will stand up to any guacamole, salsa, or nacho recipe you can bring. Our chip is very different from most other chips you will find in the market. These are made in small batches using authentic ingredients; the result is a chip that has a firm “bite” and won’t break at the site of that cold hummus from the fridge. We start by sourcing our corn from a farm in Central Mexico near what is thought to be the “birthplace” of corn. We went to this region because GMO corn is banned, therefore the risk of cross contamination from GMO corn is much lower. We also appreciate that the farmers grow corn from seed that has been passed down from generation to generation. By using heirloom corn we believe the real corn flavor comes through in our chip. The corn is grown using organic standards, but as an added assurance we have lab tested samples from the farm, with no trace of GMOs or glyphosate found in the batches we tested. Once we have the corn in the U.S. we send it to an expert tortilla maker in Austin, TX, where the corn is transformed into masa, through the traditional Aztec process of nixtamalization. During this process the corn is soaked and cooked in an alkaline solution of limewater (calcium hydroxide and water), which allows the husk to “slip” from the kernel. This process is beneficial in several ways.
  • Medicine Watch Community
    Medicine Watch Community

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    Ike

    caveat emptor; let the buyer beware! Read the warning, contraindications... if you insist on ingesting poison after being warned, tough shit!


  • Coconut Health Community
    CoconutOil.com - The Internet's #1 resource on the health benefits of coconut oil! Peer-reviewed research on coconut oil, as well as all the latest news regarding the health benefits of coconut oil.

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    matt1016

    Seton-During said:

    Is one teaspoon three times per day safe/recommended?
    Hi Seton, Coconut oil is a food, but certain individuals may have adverse reactions initially, especially if their body is used to a low-fat diet regimen. The most common reaction is diarrhea. 3.5 Tbsp. is recommended as the daily intake by some researchers, but it is probably best not to start with that amount, or eat it all at once. Spread it out over the course of the day, and reduce the amount you ingest if there are unwanted effects.