Daily Archives: November 5, 2009

Spanish Doctor Reveals Important Information About the Swine Flu

This is possibly the most comprehensive explanation of the swine flu and vaccination issues we’ve seen yet. It begins with some scientific background on the types of flus, then goes into the history of the Swine Flu, discusses the events around the shipment of the deadly 72 kilos of supposed vaccines earlier this year and how that particular “pandemic” was prevented, the politics around WHO’s declaration of a pandemic, and the political dangers that could lead to compulsory vaccination. Thanks to Infowars.com for publishing it first!

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“Teresa Forcades is a nun at the monastery of Sant-Benet, in Monserra-Barcelona. She is a doctor physician specializing in internal medicine, PHD in public health at Barcelona’s university, specializing in the USA at the State University of New York. She gives verifiable scientific data and the disturbing irregularities related to this subject. This is relevant to all countries, all people….” Read more on infowars.com

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Slovenian health-care secret: raw milk!

Slovenian raw milk automat. Keeping health care costs manageable!

Nicholas Kristof, New York Times columnist: “….In several columns, I’ve noted indignantly that we have worse health statistics than Slovenia. For example, I noted that an American child is twice as likely to die in its first year as a Slovenian child. The tone — worse than Slovenia! — gravely offended Slovenians. They resent having their fine universal health coverage compared with the notoriously dysfunctional American system. Continue reading

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Weston A. Price Found. Wise Traditions conference in Chicago Nov 13-16, 2009

The Weston A. Price Foundation has been THE major advocate for raw milk and other nutrient dense foods since it was founded in the 1999. Based on the work of a pioneering dentist who traveled the world in the 1930s investigating the dental health of indigenous peoples and documenting how they ate, the WAPF’s dietary recommendations run counter to many fads and fashions in contemporary dieting — which makes them all the more valuable a resource for those of us who just want to get to the truth on dietary and nutritional questions. For details on the WAPF Wise Traditions conference click here.

One of the issues the WAPF has addressed has been the overuse of soy products in human diets in recent times. Below are some youtube clips featuring WAPF founder Sally Fallon, talking about the dangers of Soy as a food for people:

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Susan Schenck on David E. Gumpert’s new book “The Raw Milk Revolution”

Thanks to Gordon Watson for sending this our way. Gordon has been involved in providing legal backup (and probably much else besides) for “Home on the Range” cowshare in Chilliwack, B.C., just west of Vancouver. He often writes about the west-coast raw milk scene for the Bovine and other media. This review by Susan Schenck appeared on the Basil and Spice blog:

Hot new book on a traditional but newly-cool food!

“Raw Milk Revolution deals with our most basic health right: the right to choose the foods that we feel and know are healthiest for us.

I love a good, documented, research-based book that shows the truth, and the truth is often (usually) the opposite of what we have been brainwashed to believe by the media, government and corporations.

David Gumpert takes us on a journey of truth as an unbiased reporter. He shows both sides: the parents who lost their children (or their children lost use of their kidneys) allegedly due to contaminated raw milk, and we are also shown that raw milk was never conclusively shown to be the culprit. (However, it probably was in at least a few cases—in which case I would say don’t feed kids raw milk unless their immunity is very strong from a nearly 100% raw organic diet. Kids’ immune systems are not as strong as of adults.) Continue reading

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