Higher levels of Monsanto’s RoundUp, glyphosate, has been found in some oat products.
Against the background of ever-upward-spiraling healthcare costs, we have seen surprisingly little progress in combating major diseases. Our primary focus on treatment, with minimal attention to prevention, has created a cost explosive situation that will continue to grow exponentially.
“In 90% of all school shootings, the shooters either were on or had taken psychotropic drugs” that can induce violence. Dr Simone presents a Six Point Prevention Plan to stop the slaughtering of our children by taking seriously people who make threats, especially those taking psychiatric medicines, and intervening early. This is much more effective to stop school shootings.
OPIOID CRISIS, DANGERS OF SOME ENERGY DRINKS, NUTRITIONAL HYDRATION, STATINS, FLU, PROTONS, SIMONE HEALTH INSURANCE ADVANTAGE, SLEEP APNEA – ERSKINE OVERNIGHT INTERVIEW
Interview with ERSKINE OVERNIGHT explores: OPIOID CRISIS, DANGERS OF ENERGY DRINKS, STATINS, FLU, PROTONS, SIMONE HEALTH INSURANCE ADVANTAGE, SLEEP APNEA
ONE OF AMERICA’S RICHEST FAMILIES, THE SACKLERS, INITIATED AND PROMOTES OPIOID CRISIS: HOW TO STOP THE OPIOID CRISIS
Through their privately held pharmaceutical company, Purdue Pharma, the Sacklers chose to manufacture and market a highly addictive drug, OxyContin, and made billions of dollars from it.
All cinnamon doses reduced the fasting serum glucose (18–29%), triglyceride (23–30%), LDL cholesterol (7–27%), and total cholesterol (13–26%) levels. WARNING: COUMARIN IS FOUND IN CINNAMON
The best part of the 21st Century Cures Act if enacted into law would be for an increased NIH funding. But the rest could lead to approval of drugs and devices that are not safe and not effective.
Varenicline (Chantix), the smoking cessation aid, leads the list and was 18 times greater than all the other drugs combined; #2 fluoxetine (Prozac); #3 paroxetine (Paxil). Next are nine more anti-depressants, six sedative/hypnotics, and three attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder prescription drugs.
Arsenic is a carcinogen and can kill in large amounts. But regular exposure to small amounts can increase the risk of bladder cancer, lung cancer, and skin cancer, as well as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Arsenic is in pesticides and poultry feed. It is found in rice and chicken.