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Saturday, 20 October

22:19

Is glyphosate the REAL problem in wheat? "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Theres an argument that has been batted around in online conversations, one that I thought that, because it was so patently absurd and so readily disproven, it would simply disappear into the blogosphere . . . but it hasnt. So lets talk about this idea.

The idea goes like this: Because glyphosate is liberally applied to wheat, including its application as a desiccant and for weed control pre-planting, during maturation, and pre-harvest, the high concentrations of this herbicide in wheat products are the cause for all the problems that emerge with wheat consumption. It means that, minus glyphosate, wheat is now a healthy food for human consumption. As you will learn, while there is no argument from me that glyphosate is indeed a problem, given its carcinogenic and endocrine-disruptive potential, removing it most definitely does not make wheat a healthy choice for food.

First of all, if that were true, all we would have to do is consume organic wheat, i.e., wheat and wheat fields not treated with glyphosate. If you are grain-free, give that a try: You will learn very quickly that the diarrhea, bloating, abdominal discomfort, high blood sugars, joint pain, emotional effects, suicidal thoughts and other re-exposure phenomena are still provokable in the absence of glyphosate.

This is because, even minus glyphosate, modern wheat still contains:

  • Wheat germ agglutinin (WGA)Modern strains of wheat have been selected for greater wheat germ agglutinin content because it confers pest resistance, making the wheat plant less susceptible to various insects, molds, and other infestations. But WGA is toxic to humans. Wheat germ agglutinin is an exceptionally potent gastrointestinal toxin and provocateur of inflammation if it enters the bloodstream (which it does, accounting for the ma...

18:12

Oncologists wont prescribe You Baking Soda because it Cures Cancer "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Even the most aggressive cancers which have metastasized have been reversed with baking soda cancer treatments. Although chemotherapy is toxic to all cells, it represents the only measure that oncologists employ in their practice to almost all cancer patients. In fact, 9 out of 10 cancer patients agree to chemotherapy first without investigating other less []

The post Oncologists wont prescribe You Baking Soda because it Cures Cancer appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

10:13

Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money "IndyWatch Feed Food"

It happens more often than you can imagine, but more Doctors are finally getting caught in the act of misrepresenting their oath and fraudulently diagnosing healthy patients with cancer to turn a quick buck from kickbacks on chemotherapy poisons. Why shouldnt Doctors lie when the entire cancer industry is one gigantic fabrication from start to []

The post Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

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Friday, 19 October

17:58

Glyphosate and GMO Testing of Maseca Flours: Results and Relevancy "IndyWatch Feed Food"

October 19, 2018
Organic Consumers Association
Mariana Ortega

Editor's note: Read this article in Spanish here.

On October 9, 2018, Organic Consumers Association (OCA) reported the presence of the chemical glyphosate and AMPA, its main metabolite, in Maseca-brand white and yellow corn flour samples purchased in different regions of Mexico. Some flour samples tested as high as 94.15 percent for the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMO).

Testing was conducted by Health Research Institute (HRI) in Fairfield, Iowa (U.S.), on be...

17:40

TPV Podcast, Episode 322: A Healthier Visit With Aunt Flo "IndyWatch Feed Food"

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah are getting up close and personal as they answer all your questions about menstruation! Why are conventional pads and tampons dangerous? What are the signs of Toxic Shock Syndrome? What safer period products and brands should I be using? And how the heck do I use a menstrual cup?!

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 322: A Healthier Visit With Aunt Flo

  • (0:00) Intro
  • (0:40) Getting right to todays topic: menstruation!
    • Disclaimer: If you typically listen to our podcast with your kids in the room, please note that this episode discusses female reproductive anatomy and feminine hygiene products.
    • Today were answering your questions about menstruation, including what products you should and shouldnt be using, the chemicals and questionable substances used in conventional products, and how it impacts female health.
    • This topic came about back in September when Stacys period caught her by surprise on a trip. She was traveling without a menstrual cup (which shes used for 7+ years) and had to make the decision between pads and tampons.
      • When Stacy switched to a cup, it reduced the length of her period, as well as the amount and intensity of cramping.
      • Sharing her experience on social media sparked a lot of questions about the cup and safer menstruation practices, so were here to dive into the science behind your questions!
    • Sarah rarely uses tampons because intuitively, they always felt unsafe to her. As she dove into the research, it backed up her suspicions. But the good news is that there are so many safer options!
    • Stacy and Sarah take a walk down memory lane, remembering the pads that were available on the market when they first started menstruating.
    • Listeners if you have a menstruat...

17:26

Medical Expert says Unborn children feel pain during abortions "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Abortion has been making big headlines recently, and the big question is can the fetus/child feel pain during the abortion? Studies have shown that while an unborn child cannot verbally express the pain they feel, all biological indicators suggest unborn children are capable of feeling pain by at least 20 weeks. With the advent of []

The post Medical Expert says Unborn children feel pain during abortions appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

14:05

Review of New Divine Chocolates Organic Range "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Want rich, dark chocolate, infused with zesty flavours? I take a look at the new organic range from Divine...  I've been a long time fan of Divine chocolate. I'll often pop a bar into my trolley at the supermarket, as a treat to nibble on with a cuppa, you know, as a reward for unpacking the shopping - so I was really excited to find out they had released a new organic range of dark chocolate. They got in touch, and sent me some to try.  Best day ever.  I was sent chocolate in 5 different flavours. There was Rich Dark Chocolate with Blueberry and Popped Quinoa (85% cocoa), Rich Dark Chocolate with Refreshing Lemon (85% cocoa), Rich Dark Chocolate with Cocoa Nibs (85%),...

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12:00

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Spice Latte Bread "IndyWatch Feed Food"

A moist and tender PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte) bread filled with chocolate chips! Its pumpkin spice latte (aka PSL) season and the other day while I was enjoying a cup along with a slice of pumpkin bread I thought, why not combine the two and make a pumpkin spice latte bread? The basic idea was...

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The post Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Spice Latte Bread appeared first on Closet Cooking.

08:29

These Juice Recipes will cure your High Blood Pressure "IndyWatch Feed Food"

50% of people on meds to manage their blood pressure dont actually have their pressure under control. Whether youre on medicine or not, doctors say a healthy blood pressure is one of the key steps to preventing heart disease and stroke. Diet is one of the most effective methods of lowering blood pressure. Juicing allows []

The post These Juice Recipes will cure your High Blood Pressure appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

08:17

Vitamin B17 is The Greatest Cover Up In The History Of Cancer "IndyWatch Feed Food"

It has been becoming increasingly apparent in recent years that there are a number of alternative cancer treatment methods which have proven to either eradicate cancer cells on their own, or even assist with the more traditional methods of chemotherapy and radiation. Many of these alternative treatments do not get the recognition that they deserve from either mainstream media or mainstream []

The post Vitamin B17 is The Greatest Cover Up In The History Of Cancer appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

08:01

Have you Ever Considered using Marijuana for Medicinal Purposes? "IndyWatch Feed Food"

The sixties were characterized by the development of various social and cultural movements throughout the world. One of the symbols of those turbulent years was the use of drugs. Among them the marijuana that became the most consumed of the generation.Marijuana is a plant that has more than 500 chemical substances in its leaves and []

The post Have you Ever Considered using Marijuana for Medicinal Purposes? appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

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Thursday, 18 October

17:55

Santa Claus Gazpacho "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Ever heard of a Santa Claus watermelon? It looks like its namesake comes from the fact that it is considered a winter melon which means it takes longer to ripen and has a thicker rind. These melons can be refrigerated for up to two months and possibly lasting until around Christmas. Gazpacho is similar to pesto in that it can be made in unlimited ways and is only limited by ones imagination. There is plenty of room for experimentation here, so have fun with the blend of flavors and enjoy this dish maybe into the winter.

Ingredients

  • 1 pound ripe Santa Claus melon Or 1 chopped with rind removed and seeded melon
  • 1 medium hothouse cucumber, chopped (approximately 1 1/2 cups)
  • 1/4 cup shallots or green onions, chopped (approximately 1 small shallot)
  • 1/4 cup fresh basil
  • 1 tsp minced garlic (approximately 1-2 cloves) 
  • 3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar 
  • 1 Tbsp fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice
  • 1/4 tsp unrefined sea salt to taste
  • fresh ground black pepper to taste

Instructions 

  1. Cut the melon in half and scoop out the seeds, discarding them. Slice each melon half into quarters and use a spoon to scoop the fruit into a blender. Put the rind in the compost.
  2. Add the cucumber, shallots, basil, garlic, olive oil, vinegar, lemon juice and salt to the blender. Add a few twists of fresh ground black pepper. Puree until smooth.
  3. It is best to place soup in a large container with a tight lid and refrigerate overnight to allow the flavors to blend.
  4. Optional: Reduce gazpacho in a hot skillet until it thickens slightly. Use this to spoon over salmon or chicken or maybe ice cream!

The post Santa Claus Gazpacho appeared first on The Weston A. Price Foundation.

14:00

Why Making Yourself A Priority is Crucial While Healing Guest Post by Kari Owens "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Kari Owens has coached over 2,000 women to better health. She teaches women how to put themselves first to reconnect with their body and soul. With her guidance, women learn to create a deeper relationship with themselves. Karis experience comes not only from being Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach, and Certified Yoga Teacher but over a decade of experience working to restore her mind-body from chronic illnesses. You can connect more with Kari on her site, her online community Soul Power, and Instagram.


This time in your life may feel overwhelming, it may feel lonely, and it may feel challenging. There are so many things that we feel when we are deep in health recovery. Whether thats from an illness, an accident, a disease.

During this time its hard to know where to put your attention, and it may even feel like you dont have the energy to answer that question.

I get it.

Some of my worst days in dealing with chronic illness had me doubled over in bed. Not only was I in pain, but I was mentally and emotionally exhausted by this need I felt to explain myself to everyone around me.

I am sorry I am so tired.

I dont know wh...

12:00

Espresso Powder "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Easy homemade/DIY espresso powder that is perfect for baking! A common ingredient in baking is espresso powder and its easy to make your own! You basically save up some used espresso grinds, dry them out bake them until nice and toasty before grinding them a second time, this time into a finer powder. This espresso...

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The post Espresso Powder appeared first on Closet Cooking.

10:18

Study Finds Blood From Vegans 8 Times more effective Against killing Cancer "IndyWatch Feed Food"

By now many people are becoming aware of the potential health benefits of adopting a vegan or plant-based diet. These diets in particular have been shown to lower bad cholesterol and even reverse symptoms of type 2 diabetes. That alone is quite impressive, but some studies have shown that a vegan diet is  more protective against []

The post Study Finds Blood From Vegans 8 Times more effective Against killing Cancer appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

09:51

Half of All Children Will Be Autistic by 2025, According to MIT Scientist "IndyWatch Feed Food"

If youre not aware of Monsanto and their dirty dealings by now, its time to catch up. Not only is the big-agricultural company responsible for putting small farmers out of business and selling sterile seeds, but its introduction of GMO franken-foods into the food chain (and over-use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides) is the number one []

The post Half of All Children Will Be Autistic by 2025, According to MIT Scientist appeared first on Get Holistic Health.

Wednesday, 17 October

20:07

Just Got Off the Phone With This Juror. Hes Not Happy. "IndyWatch Feed Food"

October 17, 2018
Organic Consumers Association
Alexis Baden-Mayer

Robert Howard, juror #4 in the trial of former school groundskeeper Dewayne Lee Johnson vs. Monsanto, has two questions for the judge who is threatening to  the jurys unanimous verdict against Monsanto:

Do you have any reason at all to believe that myself or my fellow jurors did not follow your instructions?

Did you assess the credibility of Monsanto witnesses, particularly Monsanto employees, at all?

TAKE ACTION: Stand with jurors against Monsanto! Tell Judge Suzanne Bolanos to uphold the jurys unanimous decision!

Howard is one of four jurors who wrote to Judge Suzanne Bolanos, defending the jurors unanimous decisio...

18:34

Hidden Health Dangers: A Former Agbiotech Insider Wants His GMO Crops Pulled "IndyWatch Feed Food"

October 17, 2018
Independent Science News
Caius Rommens

Genetic engineering isnt everyones childhood dream. Even I didnt care for it when I started studying biology at the University of Amsterdam, but my professor explained it was an acquired taste and the best option for a good job. So, I suppressed my doubts and learned to extract DNA from plants, recombine the DNA in test tubes, reinsert the fusions into plant cells, and use hormones to regenerate new plants.

People say that love is blind, but I started loving what I did blindly. Or, perhaps, what started as an acquired taste soon became a dangerous addiction. Genetic engineering became part of me.

After I received my PhD, I went to the University of California in Berkeley to help develop a new branch of genetic engineering. I isolated several disease resistance genes from wild plants, and demonstrated, for the first time, that these genes could confer resistance to domesticated plants. Monsanto liked my work and invited me to lead its new disease control program in St...

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