Last August, I was intrigued enough by the comparison of this virus and “vaccine” to the polio virus and vaccine. In case you missed it you can read it HERE. At that time, there was, and still is, a big push for vaccines and many, myself included, were pushing back. What finally got me to look at polio was watching an interview with the worlds greatest and all-knowing doctor saying that we would still have polio today if people fought the vaccine back then the way they are today. Of course, the comparison was ridiculous but no one in the media questioned it.
There is an interesting occurrence that is taking place that brought me back to polio. A certain VP just tested positive for the virus after being vaccinated AND having a booster. Not the first time hearing this story and a certain speaker of the house had the same result a couple of weeks ago. What is fascinating is they both had the same response to this.
“I’m so glad I am vaccinated and had the booster”
Is that what a vaccine does? Doesn’t a vaccine keep you from getting sick? Did we have this same thing happen back when everyone was vaccinated for polio? Our experts compared it to polio correct? Did you just get a little bit of polio and thanked big pharma that it wasn’t full blown polio?
It is amazing what we are being fed and expected to believe, and many do! I realize the definition of vaccine has changed drastically in the last year but that doesn’t change the effectiveness, or ineffectiveness, of it. One thing that will never change is we have to take control of our own health. What fruits and vegetables do for our immune system will never change. What a simple walk in the sunshine will do for our physical health and mental well-being will never change. We have to do these things for ourselves.
Did you know that a serving of blackberries is only about 10? That almost seems too easy to do and get all the amazing healthy benefits! Blackberries were used for medicinal purposes and the leaves made tea. Funny how food was once considered medicine. I wonder what happened??
I had no idea that consuming blackberries can actually help with healthy teeth and gums. And people with gum disease have a 25% increase risk of heart attack. There are many more reasons to have blackberries!
While our tooth enamel is very tough, what we drink can have a detrimental effect over years. The more acidic the liquid, the more damage can be done. While there are things you can do, such as rinse your mouth after drinking acidic drinks, there are some you should avoid.
Check out the video from DR ERIC BERG DC for more!
I use coconut milk for many things now, especially in my smoothies as it has replaced milk for me. And no, you won’t be seeing me glue my hand to a Starbucks counter any time soon.
For me, getting away from dairy, specifically milk, was all about how it was affecting my body. I tried all the soy, oat and almond as well and none seemed to work for me.
There is a difference between coconut milk and coconut water. The water is just the liquid that is inside a coconut while the milk comes from soaking that water in the grated flesh inside.
Are you lactose intolerant? Coconut milk is a great substitute for milk. As I said earlier, I have tried them all and, for me, the others seemed to be too thick in texture. It also is full of iron as it provide 22% of your daily intake!
There are many benefits to coconut milk so check out the video from BESTIE HERE!
“Dementia is one of the most dreaded conditions of our time”
Whether you fear that diagnosis and want to put off getting your brain checked, there are many things we can do to help prevent this. While genetics can play a role, it is not the only thing that factors in to getting dementia, which is good news! We can do something about it!
Understanding the factors that can lead to dementia is just as important as treating it. Many factors we have control over and can help with prevention, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, obesity and social isolation.
“It is so much easier to prevent cancer than to try to reverse cancer once you have it”
A powerful statement from DR ERIC BERG. Cancer is probably the most feared diagnosis of disease we can get. Addressing the causes of cancer is key in prevention. We know that smoking, consuming alcohol and obesity are all “causes” of certain cancers. While we know smoking can cause lung cancer, pancreatic cancer is also a byproduct of smoking. And while obesity is associated with cancer, it is more of the diet that leads to obesity that can be the root cause.
Check out the video from DR ERIC BERG DC for more!
If you have ever had food poisoning you know it is a horrible experience. Vomiting, diarrhea and painful bloating can all be effects of it. Food poisoning can be mild or serious. If it is serious you may need to see a doctor.
Food can also help you recover from more mild cases! Bananas, oranges, potatoes and cinnamon are a few foods to consume to help you recover.
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