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How to Cook Salmon

How to Cook Salmon: A Guide to Enjoying This Delicious Marine Treasure “Versatile” is probably one of the best words to describe salmon. It can be baked, broiled, grilled, poached, roasted, smoked, added to salads or stews or minced to be mixed in burgers and savory fish cakes. You can even whip up salmon in dips and spreads. But if you’re a novice in the kitchen, chances are y ....

More Good News for Coffee Drinkers: It Benefits Your Liver

Some say the most-consumed beverage in the world is tea, and others maintain it’s coffee. Whichever is true from year to year, it’s a fact that an estimated 3.5 billion cups of coffee are downed by bean aficionados on a daily basis, according to the European Coffee Federation.1 Between the leaf and the bean, it’s well-known that an amazing array of health benefits are delive ....

SCIENCE PROPAGANDA: New Study Claims that People who Believe in Religion are “Brain Damaged”

It’s sad, but with each passing year, America is becoming an increasingly godless country. According to the Pew Research Center, the number of U.S. adults who say that they believe in God has decreased from 92 percent to 89 percent since the year 2007. Furthermore, the number of Americans who say they are “absolutely certain” that God exists has dropped from 71 percent in 2007 down ....

Stop an Overactive Bladder with These 7 Herbs and Supplements

Guidelines developed by the American Urological Association call for lifestyle and behavioral changes as primary treatments for an overactive bladder. People with an overactive bladder should opt for natural remedies such as dietary changes and fluid management. Patients may also try learning bladder control techniques such as scheduled, delayed, and double-void urination. The guide ....

Baltimore Group Pushes FDA to Issue Cancer Warning Labels on Acid Reflux Drugs

Acid reflux affects most people at one time or another. Rethink Health reports that 60 million adults in the U.S. experience it at least once a month, while 25 million suffer with it on a daily basis. A study published in the journal Gastroenterology back in 2009, found that acid reflux is the single most common gastrointestinal reason for visiting the GP outside of the hospital, with 9 m ....

Stop Dangerous Periodontal Disease with Vitamin C and CoQ10 Supplements

A study published in the Journal of Dental Research in 2010, found that over 47 percent of adults over the age of 30 have either mild, moderate or severe periodontitis; that figure rises to over 64 percent for adults older than 65. So, what is periodontitis? Since we all have a one-in-two chance of getting it, is it something to be concerned about? And what natural treatment options are ....

Aluminum Dangers – What they don’t want you to Know

A known neurotoxin – aluminum has been linked to autism in children and Alzheimer’s disease in older adults. In fact, according to Dr. Christine Schaffner, this dangerous substance is currently the number one toxin found among her patients suffering from metals exposure – ahead of mercury and lead. Keep in mind, there is absolutely no (good) reason to have this material inside the human body ....

Consumers now Demanding their Meat be Raised “Humanely,” without Growth Hormones or GMOs, According to New Study

Recent polls indicate that over 90 percent of Americans want their food labeled in a way that clearly indicates the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). It is unsurprising, therefore, that a recent study conducted by the University of Illinois confirmed that when it comes to beef, chicken, eggs and dairy, the majority of people have key areas of concern that they want clear ....

Vaccine Industry Goes “Nuclear” in Push for new Law that Would Deny you YOUR JOB if You aren’t Vaccinated

North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx, a Republican, has introduced new legislation that, taken to its logical end, might eventually provision for employers to force their employees to be vaccinated under the guise of “wellness.” House Resolution 1313, known as the “Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act,” contains certain provisions for “disease prevention” that, sh ....

Alarming Statistics Reveal “Young Strokes” are Surging Across America

Strokes are occurring more frequently for adults between the ages of 35 and 44. The trend is shocking. Between 2003 and 2012, stroke hospitalizations rose 42 percent for men and 30 percent for women in this young age group. The study, published in JAMA Neurology, gathered hospital billing data and calculated the number of adults under age 65 who were hospitalized for an ischemic stroke f ....

Help Your Hair by Eating these 10 Foods Full of Healthy Hair Growth Properties

With too many risks involved in making the hair more beautiful, it might prove beneficial to opt for a more natural approach. This article lists down certain vitamins and minerals that are essential for hair health, and the food sources where they can be found. Protein – Protein is the hair’s main component. Eat ample amounts of protein to make hair strong and healthy. Fo ....

William Shatner Targeted by Vaccine Bullies in Vicious Campaign to Silence Tweets About Autism

Vaccine industry zealots believe in destroying the freedom to think. Their actions — and especially the actions of sociopathic medical violence pushers like Dr. David Gorski — reflect the kind of destruction of knowledge we’ve all witnessed throughout history when evil regimes burned books in order to control the official narrative. (Dr. Gorski is a high-level editor at Wikipedia ....

Monsanto Kills bill that Would Allow Oregon Farmers to sue Over cross-pollination

While some states and counties in the US are making moves to encourage food freedom and stop the use of toxic herbicides and pesticides, citizens in other areas of the country are fighting for their voices to be heard. Take Oregon, for example.  Senate Bill 1037 would have restored counties’ rights to protect their farmers’ crops from GMOs after they were stripped away in 2 ....