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    <h2 style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">Marathoners Have Higher Levels of Indicator of Heart Risk</h2>
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    Minneapolis,
    Minnesota- A group of elite long-distance runners had less body fat,
    better cholesterol and blood lipid profiles, and better heart rates
    than people being tested for cardiac disease. Paradoxically, however,
    the runners had more calcified plaque in their heart arteries. Full Article

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    http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazine...-Wildlife/Anim als/Archives/2010/The-Dirty-Truth-Behind-Clean-Natural-Gas.a spx

    LATER...... <br style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">Gary Null filed a lawsuit in
    New York City in April against the maker of a nutrition supplement
    called Ultimate Power Meal, alleging that he had suffered constant
    pain, kidney damage and internal bleeding from the product's
    recommended daily regimen. Ultimate Power Meal is one of the "health"
    supplements packaged under the label of ... Gary Null, a nationally
    prominent pitchman for homeopathic remedies. Null is suing the
    manufacturer who supplies the product on which Null affixes his
    Ultimate Power Meal label. (According to consumer advisers at
    Quackwatch.org, Null is "one of the nation's leading promoters of
    dubious treatment for serious disease.") [New York Daily News, 4-28-10]</font>

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    This sounds impossible, but -- FP reports it:

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    </font>Study Finds Heavy Drinkers Outlive Non Drinkers</font>

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    new study suggests that - for reasons that aren't entirely clear -
    abstaining from alcohol does actually tend to increase one's risk of
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    Forgive me, but I've never been able to see how anybody could actually shell out money and buy plain </span>water. The stuff in plastic bottles tastes like plastic -- all of it!

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    <h1 style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">New health warning against drinking distilled water

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    For
    some years certain health advocates and health organizations have
    promoted dubious advice: for optimal health drink distilled water.

    Their
    opinion was based on studies that revealed that a significant quantity
    of bottled water available on store shelves was tainted by bacteria, or
    was nothing more than processed tap water that was poorly filtered and
    allowed many adverse chemicals to remain in the product............


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    http://www.charter.net/tv/3/player/v...et/grab_131589
    Eating chocolate linked to slimmer bodies
    Researcher Dr. Beatrice Golomb discusses a study that links eating chocolate to a trim waistline

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    The latest on beer and health, per 7/9/12 National Examiner, p30:

    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...pe=&as_rights=

    Same paper 1/13/14: NewsMax Healthy reporter Nick Tate, cites new study at Tel Aviv U that says drinking beer "can help your DNA resist breaking down over the decades as it duplicates to make millions and millions of cells." Also quotes (re lessening of heart attacks via beer) Lew Bryson of Malt Advocate mag and Dr. Norman Kaplan of UTex; 143 studies at Chicago's Loyola U indicate beer reduces risk of Alzheimers; "one study [unattr by mag] reported that a daily beer slowed the onset of dementia by a whopping 85 percent."
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    An article entitled "Getting Too Much Exercise"

    The harder you work your heart, the quicker it wears out. Its apparently taken medical science 50 years to figure this out.
    http://www.whitecivilrights.com/?p=7386

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    Hot stuff -- magnificent find! Busts up another of the huge myths people live by today.

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    The medical establishment is dominated at the top by Jews who seem to lack a reasoning or logic that Whites think of as normal. Some believe that this has lead to over emphasize on verbal skills instead of thinking skills even with White doctors being chosen for their verbal skills. In other words, they choose doctors on language skills instead of reasoning. So all,most of, the doctors know how to do is take a list of symptoms and makes a diagnosis. It works well in most cases but doctors rarely ask themselves what is the underlying cause all they do is treat symptoms.

    This maybe great for money making as Drug companies sell lots of drugs that often have side effects like damaging the heart, kidneys, liver, brain and other organs so what does the doctor do, take the patient off the problem medication, too often not, after all that cost the Drug companies money, he instead prescripts a new drug to treat the side effects and more and more drugs and until the patient body wears out and dies. Would not be surprised if life expectancy in this country doesn't start dropping before long due to this.

    The old country doctors knew their stuff and understood and cared about their patients, but they were mostly trained before the Jews came to dominated medical schools throughout this land and push verbal skills instead of thinking. These same Jews who push perversion as normal.

    My granddad use to say that the government would push the whatever food there was a surplus of as healthy. Today, the government pushes whatever makes the powers that be money as healthy

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    http://lewrockwell.com/mercola/mercola253.html
    Extreme Endurance Cardio May Do More Harm Than Good

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    It's a given that drinking bottled water is a bad idea -- tastes like the plastic bottle and the refuse is one of the main pollution problems. It would seem to me axiomatic that nothing mfg by Coke or Pepsi could possibly be a health food. But to buy it without reading the ingredients first? Knowing people actually do this makes a great thing to remember when you're feeling blue and would like to laugh yourself silly.

    I promise the person who invented this scam has already laughed himself to death:

    http://www.therealfoodchannel.com/vi...deception.html

    cf. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfPAjUvvnIc
    The Truth About Bottled Water
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    Encore!

    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-st...k-8434743.html
    Recipe for a long life: overweight people have LOWER death risk


    Being overweight can extend life rather than shorten it, according to a major new study that runs counter to widespread medical assumptions and years of warnings about the fatal implications of Britain's expanding waistlines.

    It sounds too good to be true, coming at the end of the season of excess, but after one of the largest reviews of research ever conducted, doctors say that carrying a few extra pounds may actually reduce the risk of premature death. Experts have repeatedly warned that obesity would soon exact a greater toll than smoking and the current generation could be the first to die before their parents.

    Only yesterday, the Royal College of Physicians called for more to be done to tackle the UK's obesity epidemic, criticising the NHS's "patchy" services and inadequate leadership on the issue. However, the new study shows that people who are modestly overweight have a 6 per cent lower rate of premature death from all causes than people of ideal, "healthy" weight, while even those who are mildly obese have no increased risk.............

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    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/04/3...a-on-the-rise/
    Eating Disorder Orthorexia On The Rise

    The brunette cutie pie who wrote this mentions "phydo chemicals" on page 2.

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    Statin drugs -- very bad according to this guy.

    http://lewrockwell.com/sardi/sardi260.html

    http://chrisinmaryville.net/top-us-b...chemicals.html
    Top US Brand of Children’s Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

    Good God.... Wikipedia's assessment of the health effects of beer drinking have gotten too nice to be true:

    The moderate consumption of alcohol, including beer, is associated with a decreased risk of cardiac disease, stroke and cognitive decline.[154][155][156][157] The long term health effects of continuous, heavy alcohol consumption can, however, include the risk of developing alcoholism and alcoholic liver disease.

    Brewer's yeast is known to be a rich source of nutrients; therefore, as expected, beer can contain significant amounts of nutrients, including magnesium, selenium, potassium, phosphorus, biotin, chromium and B vitamins. In fact, beer is sometimes referred to as "liquid bread".[158] Some sources maintain that filtered beer loses much of its nutrition.[159]

    A 2005 Japanese study found that low alcohol beer may possess strong anti-cancer properties.[160] Another study found nonalcoholic beer to mirror the cardiovascular benefits associated with moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages.[161] However, much research suggests that the primary health benefit from alcoholic beverages comes from the alcohol they contain.[162]

    It is considered that overeating and lack of muscle tone is the main cause of a beer belly, rather than beer consumption. A recent study, however, found a link between binge drinking and a beer belly. But with most overconsumption, it is more a problem of improper exercise and overconsumption of carbohydrates than the product itself.[163] Several diet books quote beer as having an undesirably high glycemic index of 110, the same as maltose; however, the maltose in beer undergoes metabolism by yeast during fermentation so that beer consists mostly of water, hop oils and only trace amounts of sugars, including maltose.


    http://forums.steroid.com/injuries-r...7-kidneys.html
    " in extreme moderation the barley and acidity of beer cleanse the kidney of very small stones"

    http://tinyurl.com/mlvqmdp
    "The process of making beer purifies the water"

    http://cook13.com/n7-32110-Beer
    Beer purifies the body of carcinogens, thereby reducing the risk of cancer.

    GOOD SEARCH:
    "beer purifies " -palate -palette -pallet -palet -palete -hair

    add :the" change the verb -- cleanses, cleans
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    An article pooh-poohs a question

    http://tinyurl.com/k2de66b
    Is treated lumber safe for building raised bed vegetable gardens?


    .....but comments show the subject isn't absolutely simple:

    NANN! March 20, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    I’m not sure about building your raised beds with PT lumber, but I know that you DO NOT EVER burn it. I know of people who used it for campfire wood. She nearly died from breathing in the smoke from it, and he did.
    I know “they” also say never to use pallets for food storage, if you don’t know what they were used for previously, because they may contain chemicals.
    So….I guess I might think twice about using pressure-treated for raised beds.

    Aaron March 20, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    I wish I had not burned it a few years ago. Made me sick for weeks, and I acted very oddly. Didn’t think anything of it until I read online that you weren’t supposed to burn it.

    oops, guess I should be lucky I’m still alive.

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    http://freedom4um.com/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=159468
    The Rich Benefits of Eating Chocolate
    http://mercola.com

    National Examiner 3/3/14: "Chocolate slashes diabetes risk" -- "Researchers at the University of East Anglia".
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    I have never trusted oven cooking bags, frozen dinners etc. NEVER.

    http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t999322/
    Pregnant women warned of 80pc increased risk of miscarriage from food heated in plastic
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/wo...n-plastic.html

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    I have never believed that an aspirin a day was ipso facto healthy. NEVER. Has to be another gew racket for getting the masses all doing something cheap and simple that benefits THEM, like flu shots or airport scanning. Bayer is not an Italian name!

    http://freedom4um.com/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=159967
    Daily aspirin not recommended for healthy people (Press TV)
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    http://www.artofmanliness.com/2013/0...one-naturally/
    Testosterone Week: How I Doubled My Testosterone Levels Naturally and You Can Too

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    http://atlanta.cbslocal.com/2013/12/...immune-system/
    Study: Alcohol Can Boost Your Immune System

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