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Gulf of Mexico oil platformsGulf Oil Spill Update: Hope for the best, be prepared for the worst Sea floor could erupt at any time, causing massive loss of life and major tsunami never before witnessed in modern history.

Ancient Healing Remedies Reintroduced Learn how many Ancient Native Americans survived and we can regain our health. Read more...

Drilling for Oil Destroys Environment “Fracing”, plain and simple, is the main reason drilling is one of the worst possible things we can do to our environment. Read more.

Defending Your Health vs Defending Your Life - Siri Khalsa - How I cleared a dangerous tumor without surgery and drugs.

Swine Flu Truths & Facts Lots of new information is coming out daily about inhumane factory farm lots, where conditions are beyond squalor. Read more...

Swine Flu VirusSwine Flu and Vaccine Programs Find out the truth - hidden agendas behind this newest pandemic, and its ramifications.

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Balance: Mind-Body-Spirit This understanding is the essential foundation to health, happiness and prosperity. By Elizabeth N. Lawton, HHC

Autism, MMR3 Mercury Contamination , and the The Lancet Retraction of Dr. Wakefield Research No Parent Ever Complained to the UK's General Medical Council Healing News / Looking at all the evidence it becomes more and more obvious how the medical profession and vaccine manufacturers are in a direct conspiracy to infect the public with even more vaccines! Read more...

 

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EDITOR'S NOTE: As we keep going there will be links to numerous pages featuring all the ways found to work in healing numerous ailments.

We are keeping a relatively open mind, looking at every alternative available to the extreme procedures using dangerous drugs, chemo / chemicals, and surgeries. Please feel free to contact us if you feel your input could help in any way. Thanks - The Editor

Vaccines: Get the Full Story Doctors, Nurses and Scientists on Protecting Your Child and Yourself / A VaccinationCouncil.org Special Report, released by NaturalNews Read more, an online PDF file...

The Truth About Vaccinations A Generation Lost in Autism / Julian Whitaker, MD / JANUARY 12, 2011 / International Medical Council on Vaccination / According to the National Survey of Children’s Health, one in 91 American children has an autism spectrum disorder. Thirty years ago, it was one in 2,500. Rates of other neurological and immunological disorders affecting children have skyrocketed as well. Today, learning disabilities affect approximately one in six kids, and asthma one in nine. Read more...

Most X-Rays, Scans Unnecessary for Acute Low Back Pain Expensive tests don't improve outcomes, have potential for harm, says physician group / Serena Gordon / January 31, 2011 / USNews / What's more, these imaging tests have the potential to cause harm by exposing people to unnecessary radiation and by uncovering abnormalities -- such as a bulging disc -- that may not be causing the symptoms. Read more...

Exercise May Slow Age-Related Memory Loss Study Suggests Moderate Exercise Has Benefits for Brain Health of Older Adults / Jennifer Warner / Jan. 31, 2011 / WebMD Health News / "We think of the atrophy of the hippocampus in later life as almost inevitable," says researcher Kirk Erickson, professor of psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, in a news release. "But we've shown that even moderate exercise for one year can increase the size of that structure. The brain at that stage remains modifiable." Read more...

EarthTalk: Aren't environmental issues primarily about health? / E/THE ENVIRONMENTAL MAGAZINE — Jan 31, 2011 / No doubt many of the ways we harm our environment come back to haunt us in the form of sickness and death. The realization that the pesticide-laced foods we eat, the smokestack-befouled air we breathe and the petrochemical-based products we use negatively affect our quality of life is a big part of the reason so many people have "gone green" in recent years. Read more...

Photo: ZUMA Press Television's most popular personality is set to highlight veganism — again.Oprah announces Vegan Challenge Talk show host will spotlight how she and 378 staffers went vegan for a week. / Jan 30 2011 / Oprah Winfrey announced that the Feb. 1 program will feature The Vegan Challenge, specifically how she and 378 staffers ate animal-free for an entire week. Read more...

“I’m eating a far more plant-based diet,” Oprah stated. “Less processed food. Thinking about sugar and fat consumption not in terms of calories but in terms of what happens to my well-being.”Oprah And Her Staff Take “Vegan Challenge” — Erin La Rosa / 01-31-2011 / Ecorazzi / Beginning February 1, Oprah and 378 members of her Harpo staff will spend one week taking “The Vegan Challenge” where they will cut out all animal products as part of a segment for The Oprah Show. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: A least Oprah is going vegan for a week. The message here of nutritionally sound advice is finally starting to go mainstream. One of biggest challenges many face is reversing the addictive effects of saturated fats and other junk foods, that have proliferated in many lifestyles. When masses finally start listening to reason, we can save $hundreds of billions in health care costs, with a plan that includes holistic, natural, and disease preventive procedures.

Nutrition Keys: Labels for Education Private brands could profit from the new nutrition labels rolling out / Jan 31, 2011 / CAROL ANGRISANI / supermarketnews / The labels will highlight four nutrients to limit (calories, saturated fat, sodium and sugars) and eight nutrients to encourage (potassium, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, calcium, iron and protein). In order to carry an icon to encourage, an item must contain at least 10% of the daily value per serving. Read more...

Top 5 Health Benefits of Vitamin B2 / 31 Jan 2011 / NewsMax / It is essential for our body functions and helps in the processing of amino acids and fats. It is required for breaking down carbohydrates. It also doubles up as an antioxidant, which prevents tumors and slows down aging. A part of the B-complex family, it is available in every living tissue. It is also called riboflavin. Read more...

Of all the recommended strategies for fighting disease and promoting overall health and well being, few are as critical and profound as the practice of healthy eating.Healing with Whole Foods / Dr. Eliaz / Jan 28, 2011 / Yahoo! News Network / Instead of deprivation and rigid dietary control, healthy eating ought to be viewed as the regular consumption of a wide variety of nourishing, whole foods, accompanied by positive attitudes toward eating wholesome meals that together provide us with the ability to rejuvenate and rebuild. Read more...

Calif. Cilantro Recalled Over Salmonella Fears Calif. company recalls 4 brands of fresh cilantro sold over salmonella fears / SALINAS, Calif. January 29, 2011 (AP) The recalled cilantro was sold between Jan. 14 and Jan. 28 under the labels Nature's Reward, Ocean Mist, Tanimura & Antle and Queen Victoria. Read more...

Jack LaLanne is joined by his wife, Elaine, left, and co-host Lezlie Allyn in leading an exercise session in 1982. (Los Angeles Times)Jack LaLanne was a healthy showoff to the very end Fitness guru Jack LaLanne wanted everyone to live a healthy lifestyle. / James Fell / Los Angeles Times / January 31, 2011 / Jack lived his life completing implausible feats of strength and endurance, seemingly as a challenge to a world that said, "Let's see you do that! Read more...

Obama Renews Clean-Energy Push / RYAN TRACY / JANUARY 29, 2011 / Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON-- President Barack Obama said Saturday that a national goal for generating electricity from "clean" sources could provide "certainty" for clean-energy companies, echoing a major theme from his State of the Union speech during his weekly radio address. Read more...

Broccoli and other vegetables may be effective cancer fightersBroccoli, Vegetables, Effectively Fight Cancer, Researchers Discover / Kimberly Putman / Jan. 29, 2011 / Daily Health Report / While vegetables have long been known to have antioxidant and other health benefits, researchers have recently discovered exactly how vegetables, including broccoli, can fight cancer. Read more...

Arthritis, allergies & raw food diets / Vesanto Melina / February 2011 / Common Ground / A US study of people with fibromyalgia found that 75 percent showed improvement when they ate mostly vegan and raw foods. Read more...

Natural Healing, Natural Wellness for Winter 2011 / Jan 25, 2011 / PRWeb - Yahoo / The new Winter 2011 issue of Natural Healing, Natural Wellness is now available to the public online, free of charge, and focuses on natural ways individuals can live healthy, vibrant lives. Read more...

DR. ANDREW WAKEFIELD WAS RIGHT. BRIAN DEER IS THE LIAR. THERE WAS NO FRAUD. NO HOAX. HERE’S PROOF. / vaccinesafetyfirst / New documents have come to light confirming our report of intestinal disease and autistic regression following MMR vaccine published in the medical journal THE LANCET in 1998, The documents prove that there was no fraud. They describe 7 of The Lancet children, and were written by Professor John Walker-Smith in December 1996, 14 months before our team’s paper was published. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: For too long, the Medical Establishment has been in denial about how dangerous vaccines, a combination of pathogens and poisons, really are. There is no coincidence that Autism is now happening in up to 1 in 50 children now, and 48 vaccines are suggested before reaching age of 6. Do your math.

How To Give Your Pet A Spiritual Healing / Carisa Mellado / January 25, 2011 / Gather / When our pets are in pain it is a heartbreaking experience. But there is a way to send healing to your pet through Chakra Balancing. All animals have their own Chakra system that is basically the same as a human's. Read more...

The Organic Elite Surrenders to Monsanto: What Now? / Ronnie Cummins / Organic Consumers Association / Jan 27, 2011 / "The policy set for GE alfalfa will most likely guide policies for other GE crops as well. True coexistence is a must." - Whole Foods Market, Jan. 21, 2011In the wake of a 12-year battle to keep Monsanto's Genetically Engineered (GE) crops from contaminating the nation's 25,000 organic farms and ranches, America's organic consumers and producers are facing betrayal. Read more...

Breast implants linked to rare cancer, FDA says / Rob Stein / 01-26-2011 / Washington Post / Federal health officials issued a warning Wednesday that breast implants may increase the risk of developing a very rare form of lymphoma. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Most major media is backing up this report linking breast cancer with implants. It is simply SAD [Standard American Direction] that women, especially those in entertainment, are pressured into implanting these totally unnatural monsters. Are the really attractive? My opinion: We are in most cases better off to simply live with the way our Creator intended us to be. All the money in the World will not replace true health and awareness.

Crudessence CEO Julian Giacomelli (left) and head chef Barry Pall show off their Om Burger. Photograph by: PIERRE OBENDRAUF, THE GAZETTE, The Gazette    Learning how to 'uncook' dinner Crudessence restaurants and academy show, in delicious ways, that a raw meal is in no way a raw deal / SUSAN SCHWARTZ / The Gazette / January 23, 2011 / Increasingly, people are looking for alternatives to meat and dairy-based foods, said company CEO Julian Giacomelli -for their own health and for the planet's. Read more...

Surgeon General Urges Support for Breastfeeding Benjamin Asks Families and Employers to Make Breastfeeding Easier for Moms / Kathleen Doheny / WebMD Health News / Jan. / 20. 2011 -- U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, MD, today announced a ''call to action" to support breastfeeding, asking families, communities, health care systems, and employers to make breastfeeding easier for mothers who wish to do so.Jan. 20. 2011 -- U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, MD, today announced a ''call to action" to support breastfeeding, asking families, communities, health care systems, and employers to make breastfeeding easier for mothers who wish to do so. Read more...

2007 / The Press-Enterprise The federal government says children younger than age 8 who get too much fluoride are at higher risk of getting fluorosis, which causes pits, white spots and stains on tooth enamel.Too much fluoride damages kids' teeth, study shows / January 21, 2011 / LORA HINES / The Press-Enterprise / Health and Human Services officials say they have found that children younger than age 8 who get too much fluoride are at increased risk of getting fluorosis, which causes pits, white spots and stains on enamel. A recent study indicates that nearly 41 percent of children ages 12 to 15 had fluorosis. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: After knowing how dangerous flouride, aluminum derivative is for health, finally a study comes out with validation that it is, in fact, useless for what its intent was. Hm...

Up to 30 percent of breast cancer cases could be avoidedBreast Cancer Cases Could Drop By 30 Percent / Carlos Jenkins / Jan. 20, 2011 / Daily Health Report / The study found the largest cause of breast cancer to be due to post-menopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Nearly 20 percent of women from the study with breast cancer were in that group. An additional 13 percent of cases were caused by the lack of exercise. While there was some overlap in the groups, combining the two results in a nearly 30 percent of all breast cancer cases. Read more...

Health Care and the Healing of America / Cecile Richards / January 18, 2011 / HuffingtonPost / In the wake of the tragic shooting last week in Arizona, President Obama called on all Americans to speak to one another "in a way that heals, not a way that wounds." These words echo the physicians' credo -- "first do no harm." I welcome the president's call for healing and for softening the harsh tone of our politics. We have a great need for this in America today. Read more...

Heart Disease Death Rate Drops With Each Added Fruit and Veggie Serving Loading Diet With Fruits and Veggies May Be Life-Saving / COURTNEY HUTCHISON / Jan. 19, 2011 / ABC News / It's time to make friends with the produce aisle: pumping your diet with fruits and vegetables isn't just good for your waistline -- it could save your life, according to new research from the University of Oxford. Read more...

Frequent alcohol drinkers notice less marital success Alcohol Consumption Negatively Affects Marriage Length, Quality / Carlos Jenkins / Jan. 19, 2010 / Daily Health Report / A new study found that part of the growing divorce rate may be due to an increase in alcohol consumption, explaining that it may negatively affect marriage and lead to early separation. Read more...

Damage of 'False-Positive' Mammograms Overlooked: Study Incorrect results may cause anxiety, undermine quality of life for up to a year, researchers say / Alan Mozes / Jan. 18, 2011 / BusinessWeek (HealthDay News) -- The investigators based their findings on surveys completed by 385 Dutch women who had received abnormal mammogram results. While 152 of the patients ultimately were found to actually have breast cancer, the remaining 233 women did not. Read more...

This is a huge step forward and USDA deserves lots of support for doing this. USDA Starts Working on New School Food Standards / Marion Nestle / Jan 18 2011 / Atlantic / Nutrient-based standards? The standards also are designed to limit levels of saturated fat, sodium, calories, and trans fats. They specify a range of calories as well as maximum values for saturated fat and sodium (trans fats have to be zero). Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Although lots more needs to be done, this is a huge step forward by the USDA. Let's give credit where credit is due, and envision a healthier school system, so we can truly get our people back on the road to success, with less obesity.

Excessive Video Gaming Not Just a Symptom / John Gever / January 17, 2011 / MedPage / Spending hours with a PlayStation or an Xbox every day can lead to serious psychiatric problems in children -- but "pathological" video game playing may not be just a result of preexisting mental disorders, researchers reported. Read more...

Risk of Suicide Relatively High Among Surgeons, But Few Seek Help / OutpatientSurgery / Irene Tsikitas / January, 2011 / Suicide is more common among physicians than it is among the general population, but only about a quarter of surgeons who admitted to having suicidal thoughts in a 2008 survey had sought help from a psychiatrist or psychologist. Read more...

Eating a large breakfast doesn't reduce calorie intake for the rest of the dayA big breakfast doesn't reduce calorie intake / 17 January 2011 / BBC / It's a myth that eating a large breakfast means consuming fewer calories during the day, according to researchers in Germany. Read more...

Pregnant vegans like Alicia Silverstone can meet nutrient needs with ease. Photo: wikimedia  Continue reading on Examiner.com: A healthy vegan pregnancy for Alicia Silverstone - National vegan | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/vegan-in-national/a-healthy-vegan-pregnancy-for-alicia-silverstone#ixzz1BPUUeEHyA healthy vegan pregnancy for Alicia Silverstone / Virginia Messina / January 17th, 2011 / Examiner / Pregnancy presents a little bit of a nutritional challenge for all women, but vegans like Silverstone, who wrote the cookbook The Kind Diet in 2009, can easily meet their increased nutrient needs. Read more...

British Researcher Wakefield Defends Link Between Vaccine and Autism British Researcher Holds True to His Study Despite Claims of Falsified Data / LARA SALAHI / Jan. 17, 2011 / ABCNews / "There was no fraud, there was no falsification, there was no hoax," Wakefield told George Stephanopolous today on "Good Morning America." Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Since children are now suggested to have over 40 vaccines before age of 6 starting with birth [HepB vaccine], incidence of autism is now as high as 1 in 50 children. When we were young, we simply received 3 vaccines, and incidence of autism was only 1 in 4 or 5,000. Do your math, and click here for more on this tremendous study.

Performance anxiety? Write your worries away, study says / Andrea Janus / CTV News / Jan. 16, 2011 / "In fact, we think this type of writing will help people perform their best in a variety of pressure-filled situations -- whether it is a big presentation to a client, a speech to an audience or even a job interview." Read more...

Toxics found in pregnant U.S. women in UCSF study / Victoria Colliver / San Francisco Chronicle / January 14, 2011 / Of the 163 chemicals studied, 43 of them were found in virtually all 268 pregnant women in the study. They included polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs, a prohibited chemical linked to cancer and other health problems; organochlorine pesticides; polybrominated diphenyl ethers, banned compounds used as flame retardants; and phthalates, which are shown to cause hormone disruption. Read more...

Eleanor Carruthers, 68, had the flu vaccine in October but died after catching the swine strain Grandmother dies from swine flu AFTER she has the jab / Daily Mail Reporter / 14th January 2011 / A grandmother-of-three thought she was safe from swine flu after she had the vaccine months ago. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Like we have been saying all along: Flu vaccines are ineffective, a waste of money, and can lead to severe side effects, as they are basically pathogens and poisons in a shot. Go here for more information.

More Than Four Hours a Day in Front of a Screen Shortens Your Life: Study / ABC News - Liz Neporent - 1-12-2011 / David Herbin goes to the gym every day after work and exercises like a demon for two hours. Then he comes home, flops on the couch and watches sports until bedtime. Read more...

Finding Solace After Arizona Shooting / Brad Hirschfield / January 10, 2011 / The Huffington Post / Soul searching is not about letting those who pull the triggers off the hook. It is not about letting those who contribute to the culture in which pulling triggers seems more reasonable, off the hook either. But it is about looking inward to address those things which really are within our control, rather than simply raging about those things which are not. Read more...

Our deepest sympathy, condolences and prayers go out to all affected by the severe tragedy of January 8, 2011. U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head, while 6 others perished as a result of this horrendous hate crime. Please send out prayers and healing energy for a rapid recovery for all those others injured, to families and friends of the victims.

It is time to take note that regardless of race, color, creed, religion or political preference we are all related. Peaceful, diplomatic discourse is always much preferable to hateful campaign strategies or implications of violence to push an agenda. Let all those that wish harm on others to take notice: This is a wake up call that harming another is simply harming yourself. We all need to heal, and send out healing light.

50 reasons to oppose fluoridation / 01/09/2011 / foodconsumer / Dr. Paul Connet, Ph.D. of St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY offers 50 reasons to oppose fluoridation as listed below and the statements are slightly edited. Read more...

Newer antipsychotics overused, U.S. study suggests / Julie Steenhuysen / CHICAGO | Fri Jan 7, 2011 / CHICAGO (Reuters) - Although first approved to treat schizophrenia, new antipsychotic medications are increasingly being prescribed for a host of other uses, even when there is little evidence they work, U.S. researchers said on Friday. Read more...

Germany halts poultry, pork, egg sales in scare / Raf Casert - Maria Cheng / 01-07-2011 / Google BERLIN (AP) — Germany halted sales of poultry, pork and eggs from more than 4,700 farms Friday after animal feed was found to be contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals. As German authorities sought the source of the tainted feed, other nations rushed to figure out if any other food was contaminated. Read more...

The common practice of splitting medication tablets could have serious consequences.Splitting medication tablets could be dangerous for patients / Kathleen Blanchard RN / 2011-01-06 / Medical experts writing in the Journal of Advanced Nursing warn that even when a pill splitter is used there is still a 15 to 25 percent margin of error that the wrong medication dose will be delivered. Read more...

Many people tend to think that all obese people have to do to solve their problems is eat less and move more. Alcoholics, on the other hand, need treatment.Can You Be Addicted to Foods? / RONI CARYN RABIN / 01-06-2011 / NYTimes / Certain foods — loaded with sugar, salt and fat and specially formulated to appeal to consumers — might be cues that trigger overeating in people with the predisposition for addiction, appealing to the primitive reward centers of the brain, and reinforcing the addictive behavior. Read more...

Scientist haunted by misuse of drugs he invented / 01-06-2011 / Google WASHINGTON (AP) — David Nichols studies the way psychedelic drugs act in the brains of rats. But he's haunted by how humans hijack his work to make street drugs, sometimes causing overdose deaths. Read more...

Aspartame exposed - GM Bacteria used to create deadly sweetener / Anthony Gucciardi / January 05, 2011 / NaturalNews / The 1999 investigation found that Monsanto, the largest biotech corporation in the world, often used GM bacteria to produce aspartame in their US production plants. The end result is a fusion between two of the largest health hazards to ever hit the food industry -- artificial sweeteners and an array of genetically altered organisms. Read more...

Birch bark compound may fight metabolic diseases: Study / Nathan Gray / 05-Jan-2011 / NutraIngredients / Betulin, an ingredient found in abundance in birch bark, may have a wide range of metabolic benefits by blocking a pathway important in production of cholesterol and fatty acids, according to new research. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Many pharmaceutical drugs are synthesized from herbs. It helps us to know the difference. Herbs are natural, drugs are chemical derivatives. Human bodies are designed to assimilate naturally occuring foods and herbs, much better than chemicals.

Seat Belts: Every Person, Every Seat, Every Trip / 01/05/2011 / FoodConsumer / Seat belts reduce the risk of being killed or seriously injured in a crash by about 50%. Learn more about seat belt use and preventing crash-related injuries. Read more...

AP – In this photo taken Oct. 25, 2010, a man cleans quinoa grain in Pacoma, Bolivia. Quinoa's rising popularity …Quinoa's popularity boon to Bolivians / Carlos Valdez And Frank Bajak / Jan 4, 2011 / Associated Press – Yahoo / And that boom has transformed the lives of the largely subsistence farmers who grow it, though it remains unclear whether the large-scale commercial cultivation sought by Bolivia's government is environmentally sustainable in the altiplain_ or even welcome by growers. Read more...

The power of vulnerability / Brene Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share...

 

Edward Gerjuoy, 92, a professor emeritus of physics, walks at a pace of about 3 mph. Researchers say he has a 40% chance of living to 102.  Study: Walking speed appears to predict longevity in seniors / Janice Lloyd / 01-04-2011 / USA TODAY / In an analysis of nine studies involving more than 34,000 people age 65 and older, faster walking speeds were associated with living longer: Predicted years of remaining life for each age and both sexes increased as gait-speed increased, with the most significant gains after age 75. Read more...

Expensive Cardiac Defibrillator Implants Administered Against Guidelines / Sy Kraft, B.A. / 04 Jan 2011 / Medical News Today / A unique data analysis of 112,000 patients from 2006-2009 was conducted by Duke University and results showed that 22% of all implants, which can prevent sudden death in people with advanced heart failure, were unnecessary or recommended for reasons outside of standard guidelines, leaving doubt to as if they would even actually prove beneficial. Read more...

Several of my friends have gone on raw food diets. They dropped clothing sizes, improved their skin's appearance and felt energized. I'm already a vegetarian, and watch closely what I eatMaking the Switch to the Raw Food Lifestyle 'The results I got blew my mind,' says nutrition counselor and raw-food proponent... / V. Michelle Bernard | January 3, 2011 / Patch / This particular diet consists of eating mainly uncooked, unprocessed and oftentimes organic foods. Its benefits are many-fold, according to the Raw Food Institute in Washington, D.C... Read more...

Year in Review: More Scrutiny of Dietary Supplements The Past Year Has Set the Stage for Diet Pill Debates in 2011 / COLE PETROCHKO / MedPage -ABCNews / Jan. 2, 2011 / The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been busy this year issuing statements and recalls regarding dietary supplements discovered to contain undeclared drug ingredients. Studies have shown that some supplements may increase potentially lethal risks to patients and contain varying amounts of active compounds between brands. And through all this, patients and doctors are not talking to each other about the use of dietary supplements. Read more...

Two Supplements Recalled for Banned Drug Inclusion / Cole Petrochko / MedPage Today / January 03, 2011 / The marketer of two dietary weight-loss supplements sold as "100% all natural" issued a voluntary recall of the products after FDA testing confirmed they contained the banned weight-loss drug sibutramine. Read more...

1-1-2011 Favorite New Year Quotes

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” ~Albert Einstein

Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man. ~Benjamin Franklin

People are so worried about what they eat between Christmas and the New Year, but they really should be worried about what they eat between the New Year and Christmas. ~Author Unknown

We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day. ~Edith Lovejoy Pierce

Coming Soon: Nutrition Facts on Meat Products Nutrition Labels will Appear on Popular Cuts of Meat and Poultry in January 2012 / MIKAELA CONLEY / Dec. 30 2010 / ABCNews / Meat eaters will soon know the nutrition facts on their favorite cuts of beef, pork and poultry, whether they want to know them or not. Read more...

EDITOR'S NOTE: Let's face it: Meat, poultry and dairy products have nutritional value. It is detrimental side effects that can lead to premature death from their consumption. Knowledge and understanding give us the power of discretion. You are what you eat and drink...

Making the Switch to the Raw Food Lifestyle 'The results I got blew my mind,' says nutrition counselor and raw-food proponent. / V. Michelle Bernard / 01-03-2010 / Patch / Diet trends come and go a lot like New Year's resolutions do, but one culinary craze that seems to be sticking around is the rage for raw foods. Read more...

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