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Coca-Cola: We’re Not Making You Fat, You’re Just Lazy!
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Yesterday, The New York Times published an article that made me furious. Let me clarify: the article is very well-researched and well-written. It’s what it revealed that made me so angry. The article, titled Coca-Cola Funds Scientists Who Shift Blame for Obesity Away From Bad Diets, opens with the following paragraph: Coca-Cola, the world’s largest producer of sugary beverages, is backing a new “science-based” solution to the obesity crisis: To maintain a healthy weight, get more exe [...]
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The Greek Crisis – What You’re Not Being Told
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By SCGThere are several important variables to the Greek debt crisis that most people aren't talking about.Visit StormCloudsGathering.com [...]
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How You’re Probably Chewing and Drinking Yourself Sick
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The correct process of eating has been handed down by indigenous cultures to subsequent generations throughout the ages. Unfortunately, these common sense ‘rules’, which had been followed for millennia until the modern era, are no longer observed by most people.  The ensuing imbalance and excess throughout the GI tract has been a contributing factor to various modern-day ills and ailments. There is perhaps no more important mealtime practice than the way that food and drink are pro [...]
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‘You’re Fired – Now Train Your Much Cheaper Foreign Replacement’
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If you were laid off from your job, would you be willing to train your replacement if your company threatened to take away your severance pay if you didn’t do it?  And how would you feel if your replacement came from India, and the only reason your company was replacing you was because the foreign worker was a lot less expensive?  Sadly, this is happening all over America – especially in the information technology field.  Huge corporations such as Disney and Southern California Ed [...]
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You’re Doing It Wrong: Our Ancestors Slept A Completely Different Way
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You hit the sack at 11pm and wake up at 7am. That’s a perfect eight hours, but you still feel groggy and weird sometimes, right? Like you aren’t quite fully rested. Well, there’s good reason for that. According to Roger Ekirch of Virginia Tech, there’s overwhelming evidence that humans never used to sleep that way. In 15 years of research, he found that people normally slept in two different chunks. They would often sleep for 4 hours, wake for 1-3 hours, then sleep for a [...]
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You’re Doing It Wrong: Our Ancestors Slept A Completely Different Way
higherperspectives.com
You hit the sack at 11pm and wake up at 7am. That’s a perfect eight hours, but you still feel groggy and weird sometimes, right? Like you aren’t quite fully rested. Well, there’s good reason for that. According to Roger Ekirch of Virginia Tech, there’s overwhelming evidence that humans never used to sleep that way. In 15 years of research, he found that people normally slept in two different chunks. They would often sleep for 4 hours, wake for 1-3 hours, then sleep for a [...]
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10 Signs You’re In Love With An Old Soul
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1. They’re homebodies. Old souls tend to enjoy the pleasures of staying at home, much like older people. They enjoy spending their leisure time on the porch, reading a book, having a beer, and enjoying some quiet time. 2. They love the little things. Old souls don’t really care for big, grandiose displays of love from you. They enjoy each little moment of bliss with you. They delight in the small things that reaffirm your love. 3. They can be a little bit weird. But old souls view th [...]
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How to Prep When You’re NOT an Epic Wilderness Survival Guru
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Did you ever read a blog post on a prepper site and sigh, because the person writing the post seemed to have been born a survivalist? In your mind’s eye, you could envision them at the tender age of six, weaving a snare from some vines that they wisely assessed not to be poison ivy, catching a rabbit, skinning and gutting it with a pocketknife, and cooking it over a fire they started with two sticks that they rubbed together, while wearing their little elementary-school-sized camo outfit. [...]
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How to Prep When You’re NOT an Epic Wilderness Survival Guru
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Did you ever read a blog post on a prepper site and sigh, because the person writing the post seemed to have been born a survivalist? In your mind’s eye, you could envision them at the tender age of six, weaving a snare from some vines that they wisely assessed not to be poison ivy, catching a rabbit, skinning and gutting it with a pocketknife, and cooking it over a fire they started with two sticks that they rubbed together, while wearing their little elementary-school-sized camo outfit. [...]
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How to Prep When You’re NOT an Epic Wilderness Survival Guru
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Did you ever read a blog post on a prepper site and sigh, because the person writing the post seemed to have been born a survivalist? In your mind’s eye, you could envision them at the tender age of six, weaving a snare from some vines that they wisely assessed not to be poison ivy, catching a rabbit, skinning and gutting it with a pocketknife, and cooking it over a fire they started with two sticks that they rubbed together, while wearing their little elementary-school-sized camo outfit. [...]
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Bloom Where You’re Planted: Prepping to Survive Where You Are Right Now
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Have you ever heard anyone utter some variation of one of these comments? “I’m going to start prepping as soon as I can move.” “I can’t prepare because I live in a tiny apartment.” “Well, once we are able to get moved to our farm in two years I’ll start prepping hardcore.” “I’m saving the money for moving instead of using it for preps.” “There’s no point in prepping here because if the SHTF I’ll be dead.&# [...]
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Media Hit Piece: You’re ‘Ignorant’ If You Want GMO Labeling
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Are you in favor of labeling Monsanto’s Roundup-drenched genetically modified crops? Perhaps you’re concerned after realizing that it was in fact Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide that was linked to cancer by the World Health Organization? According to the mainstream media, you must be ignorant. That’s the message in a new piece by USA Today, which I was really shocked to see when scanning the headlines today. Not only does the article say that anyone who is concerned about GM [...]
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8 Signs That Probably Mean You’re In Love
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We all have heard about this love thing whether it be from a Frank Sinatra song or from seeing it in the movies. A lover companionship seems to be ingrained in all of us at some level. We all have that hopeless romantic dwelling in our hearts. Every now and then, when the stars align per say, we run into another being with those mesmerizing, mysterious qualities that makes our heart’s feel like they are exploding into pure light. From then on, you two form a bond that is beyond anything you’ [...]
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Using Cash? Prove You’re Not a Terrorist
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Anthony Freda ArtBy Jeff ThomasRecently, France decided to crack down on those people who make cash payments and withdrawals and who hold small bank accounts. The reason given was, not surprisingly, to “fight terrorism,” the handy catchall justification for any new restriction governments wish to impose on their citizens. French Finance Minister Michel Sapin stated at the time, “[T]errorism feeds on fraud, money laundering, and petty trafficking.”And so, in future, people in France [...]
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PBS Cancer Doc Review: The Cure You’re Never Going To Get
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Big Pharma pushing poison as treatment for cancer. [...]
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The 2 Surefire Ways to Know if You’re Buying the New GMO Apple
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The Food and Drug Administration has recently approved some genetically modified varieties of apples and potatoes that do not bruise or brown. The agency says they are “as safe and nutritious as their [non-GMO] conventional counterparts,” yet is shockingly considering a label for the creations. But if history tells us anything, it’s that these products will not get a GMO label – so how will you know if you’re eating it? Big biotech has created these GMO apples f [...]
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How To Survive A Heart Attack When You’re Alone
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Heart attacks often arrive without any kind of warning, which makes them especially dangerous. It can be a struggle to get help if you’re alone when a heart attack strikes. A heart attack can cause you to lose consciousness as fast as 10 seconds after the first sign – feeling faint or feeling like your heart is off beat. The first thing you should do is call 911 and breathe deeply and cough hard with every exhale, like you’re trying to cough some water up that went down the wr [...]
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Edition 122 – Things You Can Do When You’re Dead!
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This time stunning after-death accounts from Scottish researcher Tricia Robertson... [...]
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Edition 122 – Things You Can Do When You’re Dead!
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This time stunning after-death accounts from Scottish researcher Tricia Robertson... [...]
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Not Sure If You’re Being Lied To? This Is How You Spot A Liar
higherperspective.com
Nobody likes a liar, but it can be exceptionally difficult to spot one. A study was conducted about how often a person lied in email, text, in person, or over the telephone. The results were pretty surprising, but understandable in a sense. But that doesn’t do too much to help us fight off liars in our lives. So how can you tell if a person is lying to you? Well, there are just 7 magic words you can use to root out a liar. Or at least about 14% of the time it’ll work. Watch the above [...]
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When You’re In A Good Relationship, You Learn These 10 Things
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When you’re in a good relationship, you learn things. You act differently; you think as part of a team, not as an individual making your way through the world. You’ll be more understanding and accepting of your partner, instead of just getting frustrated with them like you may have with past relationships. 1. Misunderstandings are inevitable. Misunderstandings are going to happen. If you take your partner’s words one way, then learn they meant something totally different, don’t punish th [...]
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Security is Not a Crime—Unless You’re an Anarchist
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Anthony Freda ArtNadia Kayyali and Katitza RodriguezActivist PostRiseup, a tech collective that provides security-minded communications to activists worldwide, sounded the alarm last month when a judge in Spain stated that the use of their email service is a practice, he believes, associated with terrorism.Javier Gómez Bermúdez is a judge of Audiencia Nacional, a special high court in Spain that deals with serious crimes such as terrorism and genocide. According to press reports, he ordered ar [...]
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Not Eating this Green Superfood? You’re Crazy
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2014 was a hot year for numerous superfoods. Foods like turmeric, garlic, and even chocolate received more than enough recognition to become large parts of countless individual’s diets. But there were indeed other foods that made a grand presence in 2014 – the avocado is one of them. Often deemed a “perfect food,” the avocado is considered one of the healthiest foods available. Even a study published in Nutrition Journal found that eating avocados is associated with a lower b [...]
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The US Retail Industry is Collapsing: Here’s Why You’re in Trouble
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Shopping malls across America are going to look a whole lot emptier soon. An exodus of giant retailers is beginning with the announcement of hundreds of store closures and thousands of people newly unemployed. The first of January, I broke with my usual tradition and wrote not about positive resolutions, but about the impending rockslide of the US economy. And “rockslide” is an apt word: as one thing starts rolling down the mountain, it will pick up other things until a veritable ava [...]
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You Won’t Believe How Much Pesticide You’re Eating Every Day
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Bypassing the regular rhetoric proposed by GMO supporters that they are ‘substantially equivalent to non-GM crops,’ I’d like to offer another strain of inquiry. Putting the transgenic technology that has allowed most genetically modified crops to exist, aside, why don’t we look at something else that is perhaps even more alarming about continuing to plant genetically modified seed – like pesticides. The fact is that over 99% of GMO acreage is engineered by chemical companies to tol [...]
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If You’re Having Trouble Affording Organic Food, Just Make Sure These Are Organic
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It can be hard to afford organic food sometimes. On top of that, I’ve been trying to eat more of a locavore diet, buying only foods grown in the state of Colorado (my home, of course!). When you mix that in with trying to avoid GMOs, grocery shopping gets tough! But it’s doable. If you have trouble affording the additional cost of organic food, prioritize buying these: Grapes Peppers Tomatoes Strawberries Celery Cucumbers Hot peppers Nectarines Peaches Potatoes Spinach Kale Collard [...]
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How to Avoid GMOs When You’re on a Budget
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This article originally appeared as a guest post on Eat Local Grown What’s the most controversial topic at the grocery store these days? It’s GMOs. Should you consume them? Are they okay in moderation? Should you strictly avoid them at all times? And if so, how on earth can you manage to navigate the store without stepping into a genetically modified landmine? And if you really want to challenge yourself, how can you do that on a budget? The anti-GMO movement is picking up steam, for a mul [...]
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Maybe You Aren’t Actually Gluten Intolerant. Maybe You’re Just Poison Intolerant.
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Over the past couple of years, I had the unpleasant experience of having bloodwork done to confirm that I am gluten intolerant, only to have it come back and say, “Nope, you’re just crazy.” The same thing happened to my good friend Melissa Melton, who was terribly ill before she cut wheat out of her life. It’s happened to scores of other people, who pass the test for the anti-gliadin antibodies but still know that their health issues directly correlate with what they eat [...]
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