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October 2005 after the first frost and summer grasses had turned brown.  The growth of winter grasses was delayed by the drought.

Health

These articles deal with stories about health and the healthcare system.  The vast majority of Americans believe that growing older and developing chronic diseases goes hand in hand.  Going to the doctor for annual checkups will keep you healthier and assure a longer life.  Eating the USDA's food pyramid is healthy eating.  These three points are all myths!

Of course they believe that even though doctors are not curing people and illnesses continue to develop with the "best" of advice.  What's wrong with this picture?  Hmmmmm.

Killing Them Sweetly

It’s back, that beautiful, exhilarating time of year.  Fall is always an uplifting time.  It’s when bountiful harvests are reaped and celebrations begin.  The first festive event of the season is Halloween.  There are masquerade parties for the adults and cute little costumes and adventuresome and rewarding trick or treat outings for the children.  What joy!

But why does this joy have to be associated with aggressive moves to kill off our children (or at least cripple their health) with toxic chemicals?

High Protein Diets Cause Cancer, Study Says

A reader asked what I thought of a recent report which hit all the major news networks.  The title of the report is:  Low Protein Intake Is Associated with a Major Reduction in IGF-1, Cancer, and Overall Mortality in the 65 and Younger but Not Older Population.   Click here to get your copy.

My first thought was:  "What were the animal proteins these people were eating?  Grain-fed or grass-fed?  They are not the same."

Bush, 67, Has Had a Stent Placed in a Heart Artery

Back in June 2012 I wrote an article titled: “How Dangerous is Your Doctor?”  In it I quoted some mainstream sources, something I rarely do.  Usually I refer to scientists and their studies.  But in this case, the mainstream sources seemed even more relevant because they usually do not rock the boat when it comes to popular nutritional guidelines and health care procedures.  It’s especially true regarding the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP).  For instance here

Is Consumer Reports "onHealth" a Danger to Health?

I received an advertising flyer from Consumer Reports the other day.  It was promoting their “Expert * Independent * Nonprofit” newsletter onHealth.  On the front cover of the colorful flyer in lower right hand corner was a box with a nice picture of a flask of oil.  Here’s what it said:

Olive Oil is the best choice for a healthy heart, right?  Then in bold print: WRONG.  Then, I kid you not, it continued with this “analysis.” 

Agriculture Trade Key to Obesity

AUSTRALIA:  The failure of the WHO trade talks should prompt leaders to rethink  food and farming practices to combat obesity epidemic, an obesity expert says.

The global obesity epidemic cannot be halted by conventional means and demands a radical rethinking of farming and food production worldwide, a leading scientist warns.