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Have you noticed in fighting the ‘pandemic’ your govt never mentions fresh air, sunlight, organic food, exercise or vitamins?

I figured this glaringly obvious fact needs to be highlighted. You can easily be arrested these days for doing healthy things like walking on the beach as was the young woman pictured below in Victoria, or shopping at your local fruit and veg market.


But then what would you expect from a world that has discarded the true sources of health our parents and grandparents ascribed to … for what? For Big Pharma & profits for corporations. And when was that & why? Read here. In keeping with that I’ve read that MDs receive very scant coverage in medical school about the fuel we put in our bodies. Food and nutrition. And yet nobody would argue if you put water into the gas tank of your car, it’s not going to be going anywhere.

And so, in NZ if you’re quarantined, you get scant sunlight, you’ll eat the SAD slop (Standard American & every-other-country Diet) devoid of all nutrition, you’ll be irradiated by wifi and denied meaningful human interaction. All conducive to bad health. (Not to mention the lack of oxygen from mask wearing but that topic or point of view backed by many health professionals incidentally is taboo). Adern’s truth is the only truth.

On the health topic listen to NZ’s PM announcing the latest updates on the CV battle in the video below. Nary a mention of the above. Plenty of mention though of vaccines. It takes up a large portion of her delivery. When a (safe) vaccine becomes available it’ll be back to normal. NZ’s all in with the GAVI (think Bill Gates) scheme. Not mandatory we’ve been told but there are more faces to mandatory than meets the eye as we’ve learned in recent days. No jab no pay, no jab no work, no jab no travel, no jab no return to normal. All possible scenarios. Even though the coming vaccine is being rushed through and Big Pharma has guaranteed immunity from any culpability around potential injuries. No culpability? Go figure New Zealanders. Will you still be lining up to protect yourself with a vaccine that’s scarcely been tested? They’ve by-passed the usual animal testing and humans are the guinea pigs … with a severe reaction already. EWR

RELATED: Stunning admissions from WHO’s Vaccine Safety Summit – ‘Doctors are lucky if they get half a day’s instruction on vaccines at Med school’

Click on the link below the image to hear PM Adern speak.

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

Watch the Bill Gates & friends ‘plandemic’ preparedness exercise cum conference held in October 2019

So we have the depop ‘experts’ Bill, Melinda Gates Fndn, John Hopkins & the World Economic Forum … even a rep from Johnson & Johnson, you know that corporation that was putting asbestos in your baby powder? Nice people these are … discussing the next ‘plandemic’ & how to prepare for it. Remember, the people who are committed to reducing our population are not the people to trust with your health & wellbeing.  EWR

 

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Selected moments from the Event 201 pandemic tabletop exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated the pandemic preparedness efforts needed to diminish the large-scale economic and societal consequences of a severe pandemic. Drawing from actual events, Event 201 identifies important policy issues and preparedness challenges that could be solved with sufficient political will and attention. These issues were designed in a narrative to engage and educate the participants and the audience. For more information, visit: http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.or… EVENT 201 IS A FICTIONAL EXERCISE AND DISEASE


How to Decrease Your Risk for Dementia by 90 Percent

Story at-a-glance

  • Women with the highest cardiovascular fitness had an 88 percent lower risk of dementia than those with moderate fitness
  • Women with the lowest fitness had a 41 percent greater risk of dementia than those of average fitness
  • Cardiovascular fitness can be used as a measure of how well blood is circulating to your heart and brain
  • Cardiovascular fitness may slash dementia risk because exercise (which helps improve cardiovascular fitness) increases levels of the protein PGC-1alpha, which is responsible for improving mitochondrial biogenesis

By Dr. Mercola

Staying fit is key to warding off many chronic diseases in later life, including those that may affect your brain. Worldwide, 47 million people are living with dementia. This is expected to increase to 75 million by 2030 and more than triple by 2050, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).1 Yet, you may be able to significantly slash your risk by taking steps to improve and maintain your cardiovascular fitness.

In fact, researchers from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden revealed that women with the highest cardiovascular fitness had an 88 percent lower risk of dementia than those with moderate fitness.2 Further, even maintaining average fitness is worthwhile, as women with the lowest fitness had a 41 percent greater risk of dementia than those of average fitness. Fitness, in this case, is not the same as exercise, and the study did not measure how often the women exercised.

Instead, it focused on cardiovascular fitness, as measured by a stepwise-increased maximal ergometer cycling test. Cardiovascular fitness can be a measure of how well blood is circulating to your heart and brain. Study author and physiotherapist Helena Horder told Time, “If the small blood vessels and circulation in the heart are OK, then the brain is also affected in a positive way by good small vessel circulation.”3

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https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2018/04/12/how-to-decrease-dementia-risk.aspx

 

Statin Drugs: What you need to know

Published on Jul 12, 2010

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/art… Leading natural health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola talks about the dangers and side effects of taking statin drugs and how to optimize your cholesterol levels naturally

How I beat type-2 diabetes using food, nutrition and exercise, avoiding a lifetime of insulin and toxic pharma drugs

(Natural News) Two decades ago, I was on the path to a lifetime of type-2 diabetes. Living on processed foods and lacking exercise, I suffered from hypoglycemia, high cholesterol and numerous other health problems. Like millions of people have now achieved, however, I turned my health around with simple but powerful changes in food, nutrition and exercise. In doing that, I learned something the medical establishment has long sought to prevent people from realizing: Type-2 diabetes can be prevented, reversed and CURED in most (but not all) cases. It’s not even very difficult in most cases, especially when addressed in its early stages. Type-2 diabetes isn’t really a “disease” in the classic sense; it’s just physiological cause and effect. The symptoms of diabetes, in other words, have causes. And if you remove those causes, you halt the symptoms and no longer have the “disease” at all. (This simple realization remains completely taboo in the medical establishment today, which continues to absurdly insist that disease occur spontaneously, without cause, in violation of the basic laws of the universe.)

Over the last 15 years, through Natural News and other sites like Prevention.news, I’ve helped tens of millions of other people learn about healing foods, nutrition and reversing disease. Yet the incessant propaganda of the processed food industry and the anti-science lies of the medical establishment continue to deprive the masses of the simple knowledge they need to eliminate type-2 diabetes for life.

This is all by design, of course. The pharma drug cartels don’t profit from people being well. They only profit from ongoing sickness and disease. To them, diabetes is a business model. It’s the same story with cancer, Alzheimer’s and many other diseases and symptoms. Already, the drug industry has figured out how to generate billions a year in revenue by tricking people into thinking they need to treat “numbers” such as high blood pressure numbers or cholesterol numbers. The numbers themselves become the “disease,” and toxic drugs are deemed to be successes based solely on whether they alter those numbers. (Yet artificial alterations of those numbers is medically useless. Nearly the entire pharmaceutical industry is a grand medical hoax.)

Discover a world without diabetes… we already know the solutions

Right now, we could all be living in a world that’s largely free of type-2 diabetes, yet the medical establishment (Big Pharma and the FDA) does not want that world to materialize. It would render their profits and power obsolete. So they trap people in a system of contrived medical ignorance combined with the monopolistic pushing of toxic, high-profit pharmaceuticals to “treat” their “symptoms” without ever solving the underlying health problems that causes those symptoms in the first place.

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Great Britain’s Most Outspoken Cardiologist Sets the Record Straight on Saturated Fats

So we’ve all been hammered endlessly about this risk! For at least three decades … or more. Another clue to why we must do our own research into what independent studies are saying … and NOT industry funded studies. If you have not yet woken up to the fact that corporations are about profits not people, and the medical industry was heisted for profit around one century ago, then you’re on a slippery slope. Sound extreme? I once would have thought so but after many thousands of hours of reading and examining the conclusions made by independent health professionals who stand to gain little if anything from their findings … I’ve concluded they are providing us with truth.

Listen to this Doctor speak of his findings … he’s interviewed by Dr Mercola.

By Dr. Mercola

Is saturated fat really the health hazard it’s been made out to be? Dr. Aseem Malhotra is an interventional cardiologist consultant in London, U.K., who gained quite a bit of publicity after the publication of his peer-reviewed editorial1 in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in 2013.

In it, he seriously challenges the conventional view on saturated fats, and reviews how recent studies have failed to find any significant association between saturated fat and cardiovascular risk.

In fact, Malhotra reports that two-thirds of people admitted to hospitals with acute myocardial infarction have completely normal cholesterol levels. Malhotra, founder of Action on Sugar, also works as an adviser to the U.K.’s National Obesity Forum.

“My focus has been, ‘what can we do as individuals collectively (the medical profession) to help curb demand on the health system?’” he says. “A lot of that is being driven by diet-related diseases.

According to the Lancet Global Burden of Disease Reports, poor diets now contribute to more disease and death than physical activities — smoking and alcohol combined …

As an interventional cardiologist, we can do life-saving procedures with people who have heart attacks through heart surgery. But to be honest, rather than saving them from drowning, I’d rather they wouldn’t be thrown into the river in the first place. This is really where my focus has shifted.

I think for many of us, as clinicians moving more towards intervention, I think the realization that what we can do in medicine is really quite limited at the treatment end and actually the whole ‘prevention is better than cure’ phrase is very true.”

Hospitals and Medical Personnel Are Far From Paragons of Health

Malhotra’s epiphany that something was wrong with the system came rather early. While working as a resident in cardiology, he performed an emergency stenting procedure on a man in his 50s who’d recently suffered a heart attack.

The following morning, Malhotra spoke to the man, giving him the usual advice about quitting smoking and improving his diet.

“Just when I was telling about healthy diet, how important that was, he was actually served burger and fries by the hospital. He said to me, ‘Doctor, how do you expect me to change my lifestyle when you’re serving me the same crap that brought me in here in the first place?’”

Looking around, he realized that a lot of healthcare professionals are overweight or obese, and hospitals serve sick patients junk food. He believes one of the first things that really needs to happen is to set a good example in hospitals.

“The hospital environment should be one that promotes good health, not exacerbates bad health,” he says. His journey began with an email to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who did a lot of work campaigning for improved food in school canteens. Malhotra asked Oliver for ideas on how to improve hospital food.

“A couple of years later, I ended up going to the British Medical Association Annual Conference. I put a motion forward saying there should be a policy from the BMA to ban the selling of junk food in hospitals. It got an overwhelming majority vote.”

Diet and lifestyle changes are particularly important in light of the fact that medical errors and properly prescribed medications are the third most common cause of death after heart disease and cancer. Overmedication is a particularly serious problem among the elderly, who tend to suffer more side effects.

“Part of that is because there are very powerful vested interests that push drugs,” Malhotra says. “They even coax academic institutions and guideline bodies. People aren’t getting all the information to make decisions, whether or not they should take medications …

This is a major problem, especially [since] we’ve neglected or detracted from lifestyle changes, which are going to be much more impactful on your health and without side effects.”

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17 Cancer facts every person needs to know

From Ty Bollinger of GreenMedinfo at The Truth About Cancer website:

“Not the scientific and medical terms used to describe the disease but general knowledge about the #2 killer in the United States.  It’s incredible that there is so much information online about cancer – available with a few simple keystrokes – but how much do you really know?

There are so many forms of cancer, every patient case is unique, and you will never know everything (though that would be fantastic).  It can be overwhelming….

  1. Researchers worldwide agree that at least half of all cancers and cancer-related deaths are preventable.  In 2015, an estimated 1.6 million deaths will be attributed to cancer – saving half with prevention is an excellent place to start.
  2. Cancer is the single name assigned to more than 100 diseases.  Though cancer was once referred to as a “wasting disease,” it is actually the result of abnormal cells that multiply and spread out of control to various points in your body, damaging healthy cells along the way.  Most types of cancer result in tumors but cancers that affect the blood do not…”

Read Morehttp://thetruthaboutcancer.com/17-cancer-facts-every-person-needs-know/


Check out our page on Cancer and read about success stories from NZ. Be sure to explore thetruthaboutcancer website also. 

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