Newsworthy – February 28th, 2020

The coronavirus continues to be a mounting health and economic crisis, China sends an army of ducks to Pakistan, a court rules in favor of private internet companies censoring content.

These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.

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Newsworthy – Sep 20th, 2019

North America has lost about 3 billion birds since 1970, antibiotic resistance in food animals is becoming a major health issue, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates, study shows immigrants have lower incarceration rate than those born in the U.S.

These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.

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Newsworthy – Mar 29th, 2019

Advances in medicine are outpacing the political debate over drug prices, millions of Americans are facing the risk of contaminated drinking water, a falling average mortgage rate, and a breaking point has been reached at the southern border.

These are just a few of the top newsworthy items from this past week as first shared on our Facebook page.

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Newsworthy – Feb 8th, 2019

Guyana to become petrostate, increasing rates of bankruptcies among US farmers, growing reach and power of Islamic State in West Africa, and a new study suggests human-induced global cooling in the 16th century,

Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.

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Newsworthy – Jan 18th, 2019

Growing wages, lower-than-expected tax returns, updates to US-China trade relations, colder-region nations benefiting from climate change, and a long awaited army publication on the war in Iraq.

Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.

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In Lieu of the Preemption of the Radio show…

Apparently my show has been preempted today… It sucks because I had a lot of articles ready to discuss that I took some time finding.

So, in an effort to ensure it isn’t a complete and total waste, I’ll post the articles below.

This way, you may read the ones you find most interesting and read them at your own leisure.

Please make sure to comment below so that we may have some sort of discussion on the topics.

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Food Does Matter

I just finished watching the documentary FOOD MATTERS (available on Netflix), and am in awe at the alleged/proven power of vitamins and minerals.

According to this documentary, the medical/pharmaceutical companies are in the business of selling drugs. Shocked?

Although common sense, the consequences of this may not be apparent at first. If they only make money off of selling drugs to sick people, how would they make money when people make full recoveries and no longer need the medication?

The short answer is, they don’t.

The purpose of both this post and the documentary are not to make the medical/pharmaceutical look out to be evil, greedy bastards.

As the documentary put it, “You can be sincere, but you can also be sincerely wrong”.

The documentary goes on to point out how this “big business” has refused to allow too much research on the benefits of simple nutrition.

Nutrition plays a key role, the most vital even, in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

To some up quickly some key points.

  • Cooked food contains less nutrients and, because of the changed molecular structure when cooked, are actually met with an increase in white blood cells by the body (almost as if they were an invading organism.
  • Vitamin C does cure the common cold and, with increased doses, much more (including attacking cancer cells)
  • Look into “Super Foods” for really good nutrition
  • At least 51% of your diet should include raw, organic, fruit and green vegetables
  • Drink plenty of water (around 2 liters when you wake up BEFORE you eat/drink anything)
For more insightful information, simply watch the documentary!