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Scientific Links Between Processed Foods and Depression

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Research shows that the food you eat can have a profound effect on your mental health. So, regardless of your mental health problems, the importance of addressing your diet simply cannot be overstated.

In a very real sense, you have two brains — one in your head, and one in your gut. Both are created from the same tissue during fetal development, and they’re connected via your vagus nerve, the tenth cranial nerve that runs from your brain stem to your abdomen.

It is now well established that the vagus nerve is the primary route your gut bacteria use to transmit information to your brain, which helps explain why mental health appears to be so intricately connected to your gut microbiome 1 — the bacteria and other microbes living in your gut.

Scientific Links Between Processed Foods and Depression Getting Stronger

For example, researchers recently found that fermented foods helped curb social anxiety disorder in young adults.2,3

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What Colour Is The Sky?

What colour is the sky?

Seems like utter child’s play, right? Right?

The sky’ s blue, of course! You can certainly go out in broad daylight and confirm that, yes, the sky is, indeed, blue.
But, what colour is it at nighttime? What about at dawn or dusk? What colour is it on a cloudy day? What about those who look up in a big city on a smoggy day?

What about those who were born blind, or those born colour-blind? At night, there seems to be no “sky” at all.
At dawn and dusk, nearly every colour but blue is visible and in a gradient from dark to yellow as it progresses towards the Sun.
On cloudy days, the clouds prevent the sky from being directly observed; so, does the sky still behave on cloudy days like it does on sunny ones?
One would need to go above those clouds in order to find out. Frequent fliers should be able to answer this question.
Similarly, those in smoggy cities will need to be able to view their sky from above the layer of smog itself. Inability to see anything prevents blind people from answering this query via direct observation, so they must rely on intuition and logic. They may accept the sky’s colour as blue because that is what everyone around them says it is; but, it is more likely that the multitude are wrong than right – particularly when it comes to things that cannot so easily be directly observed.
Relying on consensus of the majority is illogical. Colour-blind people have a problem of their own; they can see the sky, but it may not appear blue to them. Again, relying on majority consensus here is illogical; how can we confirm if the daytime sky is truly blue?
How do we know that colour-blind people are not seeing things truer than we “normal” people are?
The multitude are often wrong, so what if the sky is not blue after all?
What even is the colour “blue,” anyway?

Incredibly, something as outwardly straight-forward as “what colour is the sky?” has quickly become a very complex query simply by asking questions no one else feels the need to ask anymore.

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#5G #IoT #health Verizon Video Features Employees Explaining How They Are Ignoring “The Precautionary Principle” to Unleash Harmful 5G Technology All Over The World.

Smoking cigarettes was once considered safe… even healthy (haha), teflon too. Medications (all of them) have side effects, some even deadly. Five G (5g) technology is so new (to the public) it’s chronic effect is not yet known. But like all technology, there is going to be both good AND bad outcomes somewhere – sometime.

And don’t get me started on microwave ovens.

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#health California’s CRAZY Vaccination Policy: No Medical Exemptions

Yet another reason why I won’t live there… or visit

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The Three Types of Supplements You Should Never Buy

Health and Wellness Associates

Health and Wellness Associates

EHS – Telehealth

The three types of supplements you should never buy

An expert on vitamins tells us what to avoid.

vegetables in a capsule

Catherine Price is the author of Vitamania: How Vitamins Revolutionized the Way We Think About Food. The book is a habit-altering romp through the seemingly banal topic of vitamins.

Price got the idea for her book when her husband asked her the question, “What’s a vitamin?” and Price found that she didn’t have an answer. Vitamins, to spare you the suspense, are organic compounds that we tend to come across in food—and without which we would die. There are 13 human vitamins: A, C, D, E, K and seven B vitamins (thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyroxidine (B6), biotin (B7), folate (B9) and cobalamin (B12)). But if that was all Vitamania was about, it would have made for a short book…

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Your Brain is at Risk with Certain Foods and Cosmetics

My friend FRED says, you shouldn’t eat products products containing this chemical, (he used to make it), “its not good at all”, says he. NOW he makes Acrylamide; another “bad” for you chemical.

Health and Wellness Associates

Health and Wellness Associates

EHS – Telehealth

Your Brain is at Risk with Certain Foods and Cosmetics

titaniumdioxide

Millions of tons of titanium dioxide are produced globally each year. It adds whiteness and brightness to products and also helps them resist discoloration. Titanium dioxide also reflects ultraviolet (UV) light, which is why it’s often used as an ingredient in sunscreens.

Most titanium dioxide (close to 70 percent) is used as a pigment in paints, but it’s also added to cosmetics, toothpastes, pharmaceuticals, paper and food.

Titanium dioxide is generally considered to be a relatively inert, safe material, but an increasing number of products are now using titanium dioxide nanoparticles, and that may change everything.

Nanoparticles are ultramicroscopic in size, making them able to readily penetrate your skin and travel to underlying blood vessels and your bloodstream.

Evidence suggests that some nanoparticles may induce toxic effects in your brain and cause nerve…

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10 fashions that are so 80s it’s silly

Silly? Please tell me how the word “awesome”, can be spelled so wrong? ***

The 80s was a decade of big fashions, big hair and even bigger personalities. Something which was certainly needed to strut around in some of the out-there outfits that were on show in the decade fashion forgot. From bum bags and big earrings all the way to neon leggings and parachute pants, there were certainly a number of questionable fashion faux pars popping up all over the place, but hey, it was the 80s, and we loved it!

With so many to choose from, it’s difficult to decide which outfit looks most 80s. Here we look at some of the fashions that were so 80s it’ll make you laugh (or cry!).

To check it out, click the link below

https://fancydressforyou.com/blogs/news/10-fashions-that-are-so-80s-it-s-silly

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Health benefits and risks of drinking coffee

The Oily Guru

A cup of coffee in the morning may provide more than just an energy boost.

Health benefits, say some researchers, may range from helping prevent diabetes to lowering the risk of liver disease.

With over 400 billion cups of coffee thought to be consumed every year, coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. But is it really healthful, or are there also risks?

Benefits

The potential health benefits associated with drinking coffee include protecting against type 2 diabetesParkinson’s disease, liver disease, liver cancer, and promoting a healthy heart.3

1) Coffee and diabetes

A splash of coffee

Coffee may help protect against type 2 diabetes. Researchers at UCLA identified that drinking coffee increases plasma levels of the protein sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG). SHBG controls the biological activity of the body’s sex hormones (testosterone and estrogen) which play a role in the development of type 2 diabetes.

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Video (otw) Journey Through Loss and Grief

The journey through loss and grief | Jason B. Rosenthal

Published on Jul 3, 2018

In her brutally honest, ironically funny and widely read meditation on death, “You May Want to Marry My Husband,” the late author and filmmaker Amy Krouse Rosenthal gave her husband Jason very public permission to move on and find happiness. A year after her death, Jason offers candid insights on the often excruciating process of moving through and with loss — as well as some quiet wisdom for anyone else experiencing life-changing grief.

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Video ***War On Solar

Started before him, Trump joined the War on solar

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Must Watch: Vaccines Are Poisoning Your Children [VIDEO]

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“TOILET PAPER IS MURDER”

Brian McCarthy

How many times have we heard people who subscribe to veganism say”I dont eat meat because I don’t want animals to suffer. Meat is murder”

Well, yes, meat is murder. I understand that when you look at your dog or cat you think “I could never eat you.” Of COURSE you couldn’t. That animal is your friend—-and I could no more eat my pet than I could a human friend.

Also,I understand your being appalled at how animals are treated in these factory farm slaughter houses. You’ll get no argument from me.

(Just want to get that out of the way first before I show you how misguided and yes, hypocritical your outrage is on this subject.)

Now lets look at the premise, “Something has to die for you to eat meat” Yes, that is true.

But my dear sweet—–carrrrrring—– and deluded vegan friends:

Just how committed are you to…

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#health Many cases of “dementia” are actually side effects of prescription drugs or vaccines, according to research – NaturalNews.com

You don’t say…

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Police Union Calls for Banning of Books in High School Because They Mention Police Brutality

One word : HOMESCHOOL

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Video (otw) Things That Make You Go…

… Hmmm

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A Future Surveillance World (VIDEO-LINK)

The future is so dim, I wonder if wearing shades will help, to keep me anonymous…no, probably not.

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Let’s face it, if you take a call or make a call; you must always assume there is a “third” party on the line listening. Paranoid? Heck no! They admit to listening to and recording your phone calls.

Your Phone Is Listening and it’s Not Paranoia

https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/wjbzzy/your-phone-is-listening-and-its-not-paranoia

Thanks to Brother Nathanael for sending me the vid. Enjoyed it.

Reminds me of the movie..Minority Report   a little bit; reminds me of other movies too…is it art imitating life, or life being produced in art?

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