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SIGN THE PETITION: No Mandatory Vaccination for Covid-19

I signed the petition, and you should, too. Let’s show the controlling powers that we are not going to go down without a fight. Please take the time to read and sign the petition at the link below to prevent a mandatory vaccine for Covid-19. Thanks for your support! Dr. Reizer https://lifepetitions.com/petition/no-mandatory-vaccine-for-covid-19 Listen to some […]

SIGN THE PETITION: No Mandatory Vaccination for Covid-19

BOTTOM LINE:

Say NO! To Mandatory Vaccines

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Reduce Painful Inflammation with Better Nutrition

Original Link : https://medium.com/@katietesta/reduce-painful-inflammation-with-better-nutrition-3b90378fcab7 Inflammation is a vague term, describing a medical condition that can affect virtually any part of your body. If you suffer from pain or discomfort that you think could be related to your diet, read on for some important pointers and tips for reducing inflammation through good nutrition. What is Inflammation? […]

Reduce Painful Inflammation with Better Nutrition
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SCIENCE FRAUD: Florida Gov. DeSantis calls for investigation into why people are testing “positive” for coronavirus tests they never received

(Natural News) After learning that waves of people who were never even tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) received mysterious “positive” results, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, decided to call for an investigation into the matter to get to the bottom of it. According to reports, Gov. DeSantis has asked the state’s Department of Health to look into the […]

SCIENCE FRAUD: Florida Gov. DeSantis calls for investigation into why people are testing “positive” for coronavirus tests they never received
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Understand This: The Covid-19 Virus Does Not Exist !

By Dr. John Reizer I have been writing about Covid-19 not being a real virus since the beginning of 2020. There continue to be a plethora of medical experts, however, telling the world that what we are witnessing is a novel coronavirus that is imposing its will on the masses. This narrative is entirely unfounded […]

Understand This: The Covid-19 Virus Does Not Exist !
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“The End of America and the Downfall of Humanity”

Also see: Huntington Beach Becoming Symbol Of ‘We Will Not Comply’: As Brad Colburn whisked his metal detector over the tan sands of Huntington Beach, a rejection of Orange County’s spiking coronavirus infection rates surfaced. “I don’t believe it. I don’t believe the rates are rising,” Colburn said. “They’re inflated. It’s another way of shutting everything down […]

“The End of America and the Downfall of Humanity”
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Simple Measures for Supporting Wellbeing

It’s been such a long time since I’ve written on this blog and I’ve been meaning to give it some attention for a while. Though I’ve been neglectful of this space I have been doing regular updates on instagram which you can follow here: https://www.instagram.com/whispering_earth/ There’s so much anxiety right now around the coronavirus pandemic […]

Simple Measures for Supporting Wellbeing
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Biohazard – Infectious waste

Iowa State University defines biohazardous waste as “All biologically contaminated waste that could potentially cause harm to humans, domestic or wild animals or plants. Examples include human and animal blood, tissues, and certain body fluids, recombinant DNA, and human, animal or plant pathogens.”

“Infectious waste is waste that is (or has potential to be) contaminated and can spread diseases, viruses, and bacteria. It is common in places that deal with plant and animal tissues and fluids, pathogens, and recombinant DNA.”

What I want to know is where the hell are all the biohazardous waste trash cans located at?

I haven’t seen any – AND if this blasted virus is so bad… then masks and gloves NEED TO BE PUT in the proper place.

I would hate for all this (potentially) contamination to be continuously spread around.

~eer

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STOP the Biotech “food” takeover video (otw)

The “food” we eat is not real, and hardly fit for human (or any) consumption.

We Are What We Eat – and we are not “living” because of it.

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My first ever colon inspection

Here I am, just a few months into my 51st year, and I finally broke down and completed my first colonoscopy.

I won’t go into any details about the visit, except to say it wasn’t bad, not at all.

***

The result… my doctor removed six polyps – – – all non-cancerous.

***positive thinking works for me

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Some thoughts on a Keto *issue* …

…and just like that, Keto Crotch, is no more.

What’s that, you’ve never heard if it, before? Well, that’s not surprising.

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POOF, and its gone!

For more information on this (ahem) *problem*; click below

https://www.dietdoctor.com/keto-crotch-the-latest-myth

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Just sayin’

Sorry (not sorry) Weight Watchers, Keto works for both my wife and I.

MCViewPoint

I don’t advocate medical advice but I find this interesting.

Historically, the generous amounts of food most of us eat simply were not accessible throughout the entire year, let alone 24/7, and evidence shows your body simply isn’t designed to run optimally when continuously fed.

Unfortunately, research by Satchidananda Panda suggests 90 percent of people eat across a span of 12 hours a day, and many across even longer timespans. This is a prescription for metabolic disaster, and will radically increase your risk for obesity and chronic degenerative disease over time.

Part of the problem is that when you eat throughout the day your body adapts to burning sugar as its primary fuel, which down-regulates enzymes that utilize and burn your stored fat. If you struggle to lose weight, this may well be a significant part of the problem — your body has simply lost the metabolic flexibility to burn…

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Keto Crotch…

Anyone hear or read about keto crotch – (you know, the smell from down there that some women and men are blaming on the keto diet), before February?

Just kinda curious if it’s a new thing or something – and I’m actually leaning towards the “something new”.

*** honestly – the keto-change, does work AND certain people don’t like it, so any baahd information can and will hurt. ~ijs

My wife and I have been doing keto for months and… nope… no stinky stink.

What’s your take?

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How the Ketogenic Diet Weakens Cancer Cells

Just throwing this link out there… do with it, what you will.

https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/ketogenic-diet-weakens-cancer-cells/

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Marijuana – The cannabis controversy continues – Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD

The cannabis controversy continues. Though nine states have legalized cannabis for recreational use (i.e. for getting high), and 29 have legalized it for medical purposes, in Washington, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sees it as a sinister threat. Sessions put this bluntly when he was a senator, saying, “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.”

Sessions would rather people suffer and die from opioid prescriptions than reduce the need for these dangerous addictive drugs that has people dropping like flies in America. Two separate peer-reviewed studies in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine found significant drops in opioid prescribing in US states that had relaxed their cannabis laws. Both studies appear to offer insights into possible ways to solve a crisis that saw 17,087 people die from prescription opioid overdoes in the US in 2016.

to see the whole article – click below

https://dreddymd.com/2018/08/17/marijuana-the-cannabis-controversy-continues/

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Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms and Diagnosis

Most doctors and laboratories don’t even include magnesium status in routine blood tests. Thus, most doctors don’t know when their patients are deficient in magnesium, even though studies show that the majority of Americans are deficient in magnesium. Consider Dr. Norman Shealy’s statements, “Every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency” and that, “magnesium is the most critical mineral required for electrical stability of every cell in the body. A magnesium deficiency may be responsible for more diseases than any other nutrient.” The truth he states exposes a gapping hole in modern medicine that explains a good deal about iatrogenic death and disease. Because magnesium deficiency is largely overlooked, millions of Americans suffer needlessly or are having their symptoms treated with expensive drugs when they could be cured with magnesium supplementation.

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Is Your Toilet Paper Secretly Destroying Your Prostate Health?

By Frank Shallenberger, MD

If you suffer from prostate problems, then you may have heard that they’re caused by DHT (di-hydro-testosterone). But did you know that your toilet paper could also be to blame? It’s true!

Here’s why…

Scientists have found that many brands of toilet paper contain a toxic chemical called BPA.You may know BPA as a chemical found in plastics. It’s in water bottles, food containers, and even baby toys. And guess what? It’s also in toilet paper, thanks to contamination during the recycling process!

You see, many toilet papers are made from recycled paper. And some of the papers being recycled come from magazines, credit card receipts, and other papers that are coated with plastic. As a result, BPA makes its way into the toilet paper. In fact, a government study found that 81% of all paper products contain BPA in them!

Research shows that BPA is easily absorbed into the body through contact with the skin. And with toilet paper, it’s even worse than regular paper. Why? Because you’re wiping with toilet paper onto your anus. Not only is your anus right next to your prostate, but it contains lots of blood vessels.

So when you’re wiping with BPA-laden toilet paper, the toxin goes right into your bloodstream. It’s as if you were giving yourself a BPA suppository!

When BPA goes into your bloodstream, it can wreak havoc on your prostate health and sexual function. This has been demonstrated in several studies.

One study found that patients with unhealthy prostates had much higher BPA than people with healthy prostates. Another study found that BPA stimulates prostate cell growth, even in tiny amounts. And yet another study found that BPA can reduce daily sperm production by a whopping 20%!

Why is BPA so damaging to your prostate and sexual health? Well, it has to do with its ability to mimic estrogen. As you may know, BPA is chemically similar to estrogen. It can actually mimic estrogen and cause your body’s levels to shoot up. This can lead to estrogen building up in your prostate.

When estrogen builds up in your prostate, you have an imbalance of estrogen and testosterone. To compensate, your body converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). You see, DHT is 10 times stronger than regular testosterone. So your body converts as much testosterone as it can into DHT, in order to undo the adverse effects of rising estrogen.

But there’s a downside to DHT. DHT stimulates prostate cell growth, and causes your prostate to swell up until you have trouble peeing.

As your prostate gets bigger and bigger, you begin to lose urinary control. What happens next? Well, you may need to get up several times at night to rush to the bathroom. You may need to look for the men’s room everywhere you go. When you try to pee, you may dribble in stops and starts. And you may feel like you never fully empty your bladder.

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Experts Are Urging People Not to Drink Apple Cider Vinegar

I understand the basic dangers of “drinking” ACV… as always use caution.

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Experts Are Urging People Not to Drink  Apple Cider Vinegar

applecidervinegar

When it comes to home remedies, few products are as revered or as misunderstood as apple cider vinegar. It’s been hailed as a “cure” for everything from hiccups to acne and is believed by many to hold the ultimate key to weight loss.

Nobody can deny the power of this famously tart fermented liquid. It’s packed with enzymes, probiotics, and has even been shown to help regulate blood sugar. Heck, we’ve even used it in our hair! But as ACV’s popularity grows, more and more experts are warning consumers of the harmful side effects associated with drinking it.

Apple cider vinegar is made by combining apples with yeast.

The yeast then converts the sugar in the apples into alcohol. Bacteria are then added to the mixture, which ferment the alcohol into acetic acid.

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EWG’s Tap Water Database: What’s in Your Drinking Water?

When most Americans drink a glass of tap water, they’re also getting a dose of industrial or agricultural contaminants linked to cancer, brain and nervous system damage, developmental defects, fertility problems or hormone disruption. That’s the disturbing truth documented by EWG’s Tap Water Database – the most complete source available on the quality of U.S. drinking water, aggregating and analyzing data from almost 50,000 public water utilities nationwide.

Check out the link below for “the video”

https://dreddymd.com/2018/06/13/ewgs-tap-water-database-whats-in-your-drinking-water/

***all this talk and no mention of the harmaceuticals or fluoride***

tsk tsk tsk

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Baking Soda a Cure for Humanity

Over 150 years ago Dr. Austin Church formed a business to produce and distribute Baking Soda. ARM & HAMMER® Baking Soda is derived from a natural occurring mineral called trona. It is 100% pure, safe, and natural. Baking Soda (also known as sodium bicarbonate) is a substance that is found naturally in all living things. Its purpose is to maintain pH balance in the bloodstream, which is necessary to sustain life. Due to its chemical and physical properties, sodium bicarbonate has unique medicinal capabilities that every healthcare practitioner, doctor and patient needs to know about.

via Baking Soda a Cure for Humanity

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How Incense Sticks Pollution Is Damaging Your Health

Incense sticks are the most common product used in Indian households to pray for peace and prosperity.

The process of offering prayers is incomplete without burning incense sticks. The use of incense sticks is not just confined to customs and culture but the fragrance they spread is refreshing enough to use it beyond spirituality. We are quite unaware of the fact that with the soul-reviving aura it creates, it also causes incense sticks pollution with emissions small enough to penetrate into your lungs. Incense sticks pollution is a major contributor to the degradation of your indoor air quality, putting you at the risk of developing lung cancer.

The smoke of the incense sticks could be as toxic as the smoke of a cigarette. Incense sticks are made of charcoal wood, burning of which results in the emissions of harmful constituents like VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), particulate matter and gases like sulphur dioxide, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen.

This Is How Incense Sticks Pollution Is Damaging Your Health

Cheak out the information by clicking:
https://thelogicalindian.com/awareness/incense-sticks-damaging-health/

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Sugar and Teeth

‘The reality is sick, overweight people with tooth decay’

*** personally, I believe the “acid” has more to do with tooth decay than the sugar, ~jmt ***

We’ve all seen images of sexy young people radiating happiness and vitality while sipping sugar-sweetened drinks with sparkly white teeth. The reality lurking behind these glossy advertisements is sick, overweight people with tooth decay.

But according to a new research paper, released today, artificial sweeteners are just as bad, if not worse, for the body.

A new study, led by Brian Hoffmann, assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Marquette University, is being presented today at the Experimental Biology conference in San Diego.

Described as “the largest examination to date that tracks biochemical changes in the body”, the study compared the biological effects of diets high in glucose versus aspartame or acesulfame potassium – common artificial sweeteners – in rats.

After three weeks, increased concentrations of glucose and the sweeteners adversely impacted metabolism in ways associated with diabetes and obesity.

Hoffman explains, “In our studies, both sugar and artificial sweeteners seem to exhibit negative effects linked to obesity and diabetes, albeit through very different mechanisms from each other.”

“We observed that in moderation, your body has the machinery to handle sugar; it is when the system is overloaded over a long period of time that this machinery breaks down,” Hoffmann said. “We also observed that replacing these sugars with non-caloric artificial sweeteners leads to negative changes in fat and energy metabolism.”

According to a new study, released today, artificial sweeteners are just as bad, if not worse, than sugar.

According to a new study, released today, artificial sweeteners are just as bad, if not worse, than sugar.

His team’s research is unique because of the methods they used. “Researchers now have advanced technology at their fingertips to test the biochemical changes in the body at a much greater depth than previously possible.”For decades, foods and drinks with non-caloric sweeteners have pervaded supermarket shelves to replace sugar and appease concerns about weight gain and diabetes. Yet waistlines and diabetes have grown despite these sugar surrogates. One in four Australian children and two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese with amplified risk of chronic disease.Addressing this health crisis, Britain’s sugar tax has just come into effect, while Australia debates taxing sugar.

His team’s research is unique because of the methods they used. “Researchers now have advanced technology at their fingertips to test the biochemical changes in the body at a much greater depth than previously possible.”For decades, foods and drinks with non-caloric sweeteners have pervaded supermarket shelves to replace sugar and appease concerns about weight gain and diabetes. Yet waistlines and diabetes have grown despite these sugar surrogates. One in four Australian children and two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese with amplified risk of chronic disease.Addressing this health crisis, Britain’s sugar tax has just come into effect, while Australia debates taxing sugar.

Britain gave the industry two years to reformulate their products and bring sugar below the taxable threshold. How are they reducing it? With artificial sweeteners, by and large.

The research being presented today comes hot on the heels of a human study with similar findings, released last month. Sabyasachi Sen, associate professor at George Washington University, reported that his team found increased fat-producing genes and glucose transport into cells of obese people who consumed low calorie sweeteners. The greater the dose, the greater the effect.

These studies extend other research linking artificial sweeteners with weight gain, heart disease and diabetes via various biological mechanisms.

A 2014 paper published in Nature by Professor Eran Elinav and colleagues reported that three common non-caloric artificial sweeteners – aspartame, sucralose and saccharin – caused glucose intolerance in mice and humans. In a series of experiments, raised blood sugar levels were consistently accompanied by disrupted gut bacteria (dysbiosis). The same altered gut bacteria profile has previously been observed in people with type 2 diabetes.

Commenting on their findings in light of obesity and chronic disease, the authors suggested that the artificial sweeteners “may have directly contributed to enhancing the exact epidemic that they themselves were intending to fight”. They concluded that their results “link [artificial sweetener] consumption, dysbiosis and metabolic abnormalities, thereby calling for a reassessment of massive [artificial sweetener] usage”.

But research on non-caloric sweeteners has been controversial and plagued by contradictory findings.

A meta-analysis of available studies and large population-based research reported them as safe for humans, resulting in artificial sweeteners being given the OK by government bodies in the US and Europe, and our Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ). Reviewing the evidence, FSANZ concluded in September 2017 that “all scientific evidence to date supports the safety of aspartame as an artificial sweetener”.

In 2016, in the same week, researchers disclosed that the sugar industry paid scientists to downplay sugar’s adverse health effects. A Sydney University study explored whether financial conflicts of interest biased outcomes of artificial sweetener research. Analysing 31 studies from 1978 to 2014, investigators found that industry-funded research was 17 times more likely to produce positive results than independent research. They concluded that “financial conflicts of interest introduced a bias at all levels of the research and publication process … affecting the outcomes of reviews and possibly undermining the quality and transparency of public health evaluations that are reliant on these reviews”.

Now more than ever, science needs to provide a clear answer, independent of invested interests, about the health effects of artificial sweeteners.

Fuelled by increasing evidence that verifies excess sugar’s ill-health effects, the Australian Medical Association recently supported a sugary drink tax. The tax is unlikely to be enacted by our government in the short term. But it may only be a matter of time. The reportedly successful drive to tax sugar has been taken up by 28 countries and seven US cities to date.

Meanwhile, Professor Susan Swithers from Purdue University proposes: “Current evidence suggests that a focus on reducing sweetener intake, whether the sweeteners are caloric or non-caloric, remains a better strategy for combating overweight and obesity than use of artificial sweeteners.”

Or perhaps, as Michael Pollan said, “If it’s a plant, eat it. If it was made in a plant, don’t.

His team’s research is unique because of the methods they used. “Researchers now have advanced technology at their fingertips to test the biochemical changes in the body at a much greater depth than previously possible.”For decades, foods and drinks with non-caloric sweeteners have pervaded supermarket shelves to replace sugar and appease concerns about weight gain and diabetes. Yet waistlines and diabetes have grown despite these sugar surrogates. One in four Australian children and two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese with amplified risk of chronic disease.Addressing this health crisis, Britain’s sugar tax has just come into effect, while Australia debates taxing sugar.

Britain gave the industry two years to reformulate their products and bring sugar below the taxable threshold. How are they reducing it? With artificial sweeteners, by and large.

The research being presented today comes hot on the heels of a human study with similar findings, released last month. Sabyasachi Sen, associate professor at George Washington University, reported that his team found increased fat-producing genes and glucose transport into cells of obese people who consumed low calorie sweeteners. The greater the dose, the greater the effect.

These studies extend other research linking artificial sweeteners with weight gain, heart disease and diabetes via various biological mechanisms.

A 2014 paper published in Nature by Professor Eran Elinav and colleagues reported that three common non-caloric artificial sweeteners – aspartame, sucralose and saccharin – caused glucose intolerance in mice and humans. In a series of experiments, raised blood sugar levels were consistently accompanied by disrupted gut bacteria (dysbiosis). The same altered gut bacteria profile has previously been observed in people with type 2 diabetes.

Commenting on their findings in light of obesity and chronic disease, the authors suggested that the artificial sweeteners “may have directly contributed to enhancing the exact epidemic that they themselves were intending to fight”. They concluded that their results “link [artificial sweetener] consumption, dysbiosis and metabolic abnormalities, thereby calling for a reassessment of massive [artificial sweetener] usage”.

But research on non-caloric sweeteners has been controversial and plagued by contradictory findings.

A meta-analysis of available studies and large population-based research reported them as safe for humans, resulting in artificial sweeteners being given the OK by government bodies in the US and Europe, and our Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ). Reviewing the evidence, FSANZ concluded in September 2017 that “all scientific evidence to date supports the safety of aspartame as an artificial sweetener”.

In 2016, in the same week, researchers disclosed that the sugar industry paid scientists to downplay sugar’s adverse health effects. A Sydney University study explored whether financial conflicts of interest biased outcomes of artificial sweetener research. Analysing 31 studies from 1978 to 2014, investigators found that industry-funded research was 17 times more likely to produce positive results than independent research. They concluded that “financial conflicts of interest introduced a bias at all levels of the research and publication process … affecting the outcomes of reviews and possibly undermining the quality and transparency of public health evaluations that are reliant on these reviews”.

Now more than ever, science needs to provide a clear answer, independent of invested interests, about the health effects of artificial sweeteners.

Fuelled by increasing evidence that verifies excess sugar’s ill-health effects, the Australian Medical Association recently supported a sugary drink tax. The tax is unlikely to be enacted by our government in the short term. But it may only be a matter of time. The reportedly successful drive to tax sugar has been taken up by 28 countries and seven US cities to date.

Meanwhile, Professor Susan Swithers from Purdue University proposes: “Current evidence suggests that a focus on reducing sweetener intake, whether the sweeteners are caloric or non-caloric, remains a better strategy for combating overweight and obesity than use of artificial sweeteners.”

Or perhaps, as Michael Pollan said, “If it’s a plant, eat it. If it was made in a plant, don’t.

But research on non-caloric sweeteners has been controversial and plagued by contradictory findings.

A meta-analysis of available studies and large population-based research reported them as safe for humans, resulting in artificial sweeteners being given the OK by government bodies in the US and Europe, and our Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ). Reviewing the evidence, FSANZ concluded in September 2017 that “all scientific evidence to date supports the safety of aspartame as an artificial sweetener”.

In 2016, in the same week, researchers disclosed that the sugar industry paid scientists to downplay sugar’s adverse health effects. A Sydney University study explored whether financial conflicts of interest biased outcomes of artificial sweetener research. Analysing 31 studies from 1978 to 2014, investigators found that industry-funded research was 17 times more likely to produce positive results than independent research. They concluded that “financial conflicts of interest introduced a bias at all levels of the research and publication process … affecting the outcomes of reviews and possibly undermining the quality and transparency of public health evaluations that are reliant on these reviews”.

Now more than ever, science needs to provide a clear answer, independent of invested interests, about the health effects of artificial sweeteners.

Fuelled by increasing evidence that verifies excess sugar’s ill-health effects, the Australian Medical Association recently supported a sugary drink tax. The tax is unlikely to be enacted by our government in the short term. But it may only be a matter of time. The reportedly successful drive to tax sugar has been taken up by 28 countries and seven US cities to date.

Meanwhile, Professor Susan Swithers from Purdue University proposes: “Current evidence suggests that a focus on reducing sweetener intake, whether the sweeteners are caloric or non-caloric, remains a better strategy for combating overweight and obesity than use of artificial sweeteners.”

Or perhaps, as Michael Pollan said, “If it’s a plant, eat it. If it was made in a plant, don’t.

Read all about it here:

https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellness/the-reality-is-sick-overweight-people-with-tooth-decay-20180422-p4zb2m.html

*** As always… DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH