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GULP! Study reveals DANGEROUS levels of heavy metals in many US beverages

June 22, 2023 -

A group of scientists from Tulane University in New Orleans disclosed the shocking discovery through a study published in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis. They tested 60 non-alcoholic beverages from a grocery in the Crescent City that are commercially available across the country. These beverages include single and mixed fruit juices, plant-based milk, sodas and teas.

The study authors used inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to generate ...

Try these simple tests to check for adulteration of food, beverages, and spices

June 28, 2023 -

Milk may be thinned with water or contaminated with starch or detergent

To test for water in milk, put a drop of milk on a polished slanting surface. Pure milk will either stay put or flow slowly, leaving a white trail behind. Milk that is adulterated with water will flow immediately without leaving a mark.

To test for detergent in milk, take 5 to 10 ml of the milk sample with an equal amount of water and shake the contents thoroughly. If the milk is adulterated with detergent, ...

Study: A sugary drink a day could increase your risks of chronic liver disease and liver cancer

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The researchers behind the study explained that consuming sweetened beverages could drive insulin resistance and inflammation, which are both strongly linked to the development of liver problems like liver cancer. This is the first study to report an association between regular intake of sugar-sweetened beverages and chronic liver disease mortality.

"If our findings are confirmed, reducing sugar-sweetened beverage consumption might serve as a public health strategy to reduce ...

Poland’s inflation reaches all-time high in October, but economists warn the worst is yet to come

November 08, 2022 -

Figures from Statistics Poland (GUS) showed the country reporting a 17.9 percent annual inflation rate for October. Energy prices saw the biggest jump at 41.7 percent, followed by prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages that saw a 21.9 percent year-on-year (YOY) increase. Fuel for private transportation increased by 19.5 percent YOY.

GUS data also showed similar increases month-to-month. Prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages rose by 2.7 percent, ...

NYC to unleash FOOD POLICE to limit residents’ consumption in the name of “climate justice”

April 26, 2023 - alcoholic beverages or apparel, whether or not those items are made in New York City," reported Gothamist.

"It also examines the emissions tied to high-polluting services like air travel and lesser known contributors like health care."

According to Adams, one-fifth of all greenhouse gas emissions in New York City comes from the foods New Yorkers are eating. By eating less meat and dairy and more Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, those emissions can be cut, ...

Federal Reserve will keep increasing interest rates despite worsening banking crisis

March 19, 2023 - alcoholic beverages rose by one percent. The increase in shelter prices, including rents and hotel and motel accommodation, accounted for more than 70 percent of last month's CPI increase.

Learn more about the collapsing American economy at

Watch this episode of the "Health Ranger Report" as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, discusses the Federal Reserve's plan to prop up the collapsing American banking system by giving banks an additional $2 trillion....

Will average Americans survive the Biden regime?

March 07, 2023 - alcoholic beverages and "other" at-home foods that have increased by more than 13 percent.

Meat, poultry, fish, and eggs have together increased by 8.1 percent, with eggs topping out that list and driving up the average. Fruits and vegetables are also up 7.2 percent, according to the latest data.

These are important figures to keep in mind every time Biden or one of his lackeys mentions inflation being only 6.4 percent. That figure deliberately excludes the ...

Manage or prevent fatty liver disease naturally with these tips

February 15, 2023 -

A study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology reported that the prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has grown proportionally with the rise in metabolic syndrome, obesity, sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy dietary patterns.

Researchers indicated that a combination of dietary modifications and increased physical activity remains the mainstay of NAFLD management, which has been proven by numerous studies to have significant long-term health ...

Toxic ingredients in oral care products linked to health issues

January 10, 2023 - alcoholic beverages.

Natural health specialist Nadine Artemis pointed out this phenomenon during a speech at the Holistic Oral Health Summit, which Landsman created and organized.

"Even though we've got lots of periodontal choices at the drug store like fluoride floss and minty mouthwash, there is more dental decay than any previous century," she said. According to Artemis, the issue with toxic ingredients in oral care products formed part of a "triple threat" ...

DUMPING THE DOLLAR: Russian ambassador confirms Russia and Bolivia are now trading in national currencies

February 17, 2023 - alcoholic beverages, coffee, lithium, tin, gold and silver to Russia. Bolivia has vast reserves of lithium, a mineral that is vital to electric batteries and has therefore been dubbed "the new oil" by some. The nation has been negotiating with foreign mining companies, including Russian firms. It also plans to become a supplier of electric batteries to the global market.

Moreover, both Moscow and La Paz expressed interest in increasing health cooperation. "Bolivia ...

Juices, soft drinks found to contain trace levels of toxic metals: INVESTIGATION

May 08, 2023 -

Scientists there tested many different popular beverage brands to see what might be hiding underneath their bright colors and fancy packaging. They discovered everything from arsenic to cadmium to lead in their contents – and in some cases at levels far above federal standards for drinking water.

Two mixed juices in particular were found to contain arsenic levels above and beyond the government water limit of 10 micrograms (mcg) per liter. A cranberry juice beverage, a mixed ...

Study links fast food consumption to fatty liver disease

January 17, 2023 -

Researchers from the University of Southern California found that people who are obese or have diabetes and get more than 20 percent of their daily calories from fast food have "severely elevated" fat levels in their livers compared to those who consume less or no fast food.

Results of the study also showed that among the general population, "if more than a fifth of a person’s diet consists of fast food, it will increase fat levels in their liver."

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Prepper projects: How to build a root cellar for your food stockpile

December 02, 2022 - alcoholic beverages. (Related: Upcycling for preppers: How to turn a broken freezer into a mini root cellar.)Tips for starting a root cellar

If you want your root cellar to work properly, it must be able to hold a temperature of 32 to 40 F (0 to 4.5 C) and a humidity level of 85 to 95 percent. Unfortunately, this means you may need to look at other options if you are in a warm, southern climate since the root cellar may not work properly.

If you already ...

Two studies reveal link between SUGAR consumption and CANCER

November 18, 2022 -

NaturalHealth365 reported that consuming too much sugar in both sweetened foods and beverages causes chronic health conditions such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. But the two papers zeroed in on the cancer risks associated with excess sugar consumption.

The study from October 2022 published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention looked at the effects of both sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) and artificially-sweetened beverages (ASBs) ...

Reducing daily sugar intake to less than 6 teaspoons found to benefit overall health

April 19, 2023 -

The researchers who conducted the study highlighted the fact that consuming too much added sugar daily increases your risk of developing 45 different health conditions, including depression, diabetes and heart disease.

More details were published in the journal The BMJ.Drinking too much soda can cause serious health problems

For the study, an international team of researchers reviewed multiple studies to explore the link between sugar consumption and various health ...

Study: Eating more than 2 tablespoons of sugar a day increases your risk of 45 chronic diseases

April 07, 2023 -

Increased sugar consumption is linked to coronary heart disease, diabetes, pancreatic cancer

The researchers found that sugar increases one’s risk of ten different cardiovascular outcomes, seven different cancers, and eighteen endocrine and metabolic disorders. Ten other neuropsychiatric, dental, hepatic, osteal, and allergic outcomes were also associated with sugar consumption greater than 25 grams per day.

Individuals who consumed sugar-sweetened beverages were more likely ...

Michelle Obama’s juice brand fails health standards set by her husband’s administration

June 05, 2023 -

The finding is based on discussions with 12 independent health professionals and organizations.Plezi juices contain "non-nutritive sweeteners"

After discussing with 12 independent health professionals and organizations, data showed that Plezi’s current flavors, which were released earlier this month, do not meet the requirements to be served at elementary and middle schools.

"Under the Obama-era school-meal regulations currently under review, U.S. elementary and ...

Top 5 FOOD CHEMICALS on the chopping block in California that damage the human brain, CNS, hormones, behavior and gut health

April 26, 2023 -

On the California toxic food chopping block: Titanium dioxide, potassium bromate, brominated vegetable oil, propylparaben, and red dye No. 3

Some may find it strange that the state that pushes for transgender everything and forces insurance companies to cover child gender-bender mutilation surgery seems to care about chemicals in foods that are estrogen disrupters and that cause infertility. In the face of it all, California wants to prohibit the manufacture, sale, and distribution ...

Study reveals link between fructose consumption and high blood pressure

April 20, 2023 -

Hypertension is a condition characterized by systolic blood pressure higher than 140 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure higher than 90 mmHg.

Traditionally, doctors warn their patients to limit their sodium intake, which can cause or exacerbate high blood pressure. But a recent study suggests there's another culprit besides sodium that can raise your blood pressure: fructose.

Aside from increasing blood pressure in adults, a high-fructose diet can also raise the likelihood ...

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