Sean Adl-Tabatabai – Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to feed half the world with this year’s record-breaking non-GMO organic grain harvest in Russia.
Putin’s decision to feed half the world could not have come at a more critical moment in history. New evidence shows that the DNA methylation process used by Americans to create genetically modified (GMO) foods accumulates in GMO maize – and many experts believe this is causing de-masculinized boys and young men to lose as much as 50% of their sperm.
Whatdoesitmean.com reports: The Anti-Christ demonic globalists controlling America have for decades engaged in an all-out war upon humanity—and whose worship at the altar of “overpopulation” has seen these monsters calling for nothing less than outright genocide with their views being summed up with the words: “Too much population? No problem… let’s just pick some groups that aren’t contributing much to the global economy and kill them off. There’ll be fewer mouths to feed, more land to grow food for the rest of us, and more water to irrigate the crops.” Continue reading “Putin Vows To Feed Half The World With Non-GMO Organic Food”
Rice is the staple food in several countries, and the people in those countries tend to be slim and healthy. This gives the impression that rice is a good food to eat and that no matter how much you consume it will not make you put weight on. That is not the case however, it is only if you eat the right portion of the right rice that it will not make you fat.
Is White or Brown the Best?
There are many different varieties of rice, but the main two are just white rice and brown rice. White rice is the most usual one used in the western world, and certainly is the one you are served in takeout food shops and restaurants. White rice has a very high glycaemic index which results in spikes in insulin and blood sugars. This is not helpful for weight control or general health. It is high in fiber, which is good, but is also high in carbs, which is not so good.
Brown rice on the other hand, is higher in fiber than white rice, but has fewer carbs. It will affect sugar and insulin levels to a lower degree, and as well as having plenty of vitamins and nutrients, it is high in potassium which is good for the heart. Continue reading “Is Rice a Healthy Option to Choose When Dieting?”
Mental health problems are a prevalent problem the United States, with people from all walks of life suffering from various illnesses. Mental health illnesses, in turn, can have long-lasting negative effects such as substance abuse, antisocial behavior, and further problems that can be affecting for life, although the more that is known about the effects, the causes remain elusive.
Pharmaceutical companies have championed the use of synthetic mediation for decades, with occasional scientific research and knowledge into some mental health problems limited due to the nature of the illness. This kind of medication has saved the lives of many people but has shown a dark side in the side effects that come from pushing such strong drugs onto people who may not even need or benefit from it. Continue reading “Finding the Power to Tackle Mental Health Problems from Within”
Jennifer Hoffman – I often hear from my readers, clients, and students that they do not want to cause someone else pain by making changes in their life. It’s a big concern and a valid one but the truth is that you cannot cause someone pain, no matter what you do, for two reasons: their energetic sovereignty, and their equal ownership in the karma, soul cycles, and soul group dynamics between you. Now this topic is a little controversial and is not easy to rationalize because the universe is not kind, it is just, and there is no good or bad, everything is an exchange of energy.
Everyone you have any kind of interaction with is part of your soul group and has some kind of karma with you. That’s important to remember because if you’re afraid of causing someone else pain, there is some old karma or unfinished energetic business between you that you’re bringing forward. In some way, you feel responsible for their feelings and how they will respond to what you do. This is one way you stay in karmic cycles and continue them, rather than allowing them to close. Continue reading “Can You Cause Someone Pain?”
Sayer Ji – The pineal gland has been known as the ‘seat of soul’ for hundreds of years. Could fluoride, a ubiquitous vector of toxicity in the modern world, actually be calcifying this gland and literally turning it to stone?
Research published in 2001 showed that fluoride (F) deposits in the pineal gland with age and is associated with enhanced gland calcification. Eleven aged cadavares were dissected and their pineal glands assayed:
“There was a positive correlation between pineal F[luoride] and pineal Ca[lcium] (r = 0.73, p<0.02) but no correlation between pineal F and bone F. By old age, the pineal gland has readily accumulated F and its F/Ca ratio is higher than bone.” Continue reading “Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests”
Gavin Wax – It is no secret that leftists are big supporters of a politically correct culture. They see no issue with constantly stifling the free speech of anyone who disagrees with the narrative of the mainstream. They regularly clamp down on free speech in the name of protecting the sensibilities of all those who happen to disagree.
This policy has become so widespread on college campuses throughout the nation that it goes beyond merely condemning what people happen to say or feel, to physically placing the potential “victims” of your speech into so-called “safe spaces” in order to shield them from the dark and scary world of differing opinions.
Now we have a situation where students graduate with not only mounting debt and no discernible job skills, but also a juvenile fear of a different worldview being expressed to them. These are the future leaders of our country, and their situation perfectly illustrates the madness of the modern regressive left. Continue reading “‘Uneducated’: The Left’s Favorite Pejorative”