Nutrition & Exercise

White Coat Summit II Held Over the Weekend in Washington D.C.

White Coat Summit II Held Over the Weekend in Washington D.C.

From their website... We exist to counter the massive disinformation campaign regarding the pandemic. We are diverse, exceedingly well-credentialed physicians with extensive front line experience treating COVID-19 and the risky health effects due to the lockdowns. There are many early treatment options! Most people do just fine! There is no reason to live in fear! If you would like to know the facts from doctors who ...
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Study: High Fructose Intake May Drive Aggressive Behaviors, ADHD, More

Study: High Fructose Intake May Drive Aggressive Behaviors, ADHD, More

Diets high in sugar may increase a person's risk for developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder and aggressive behaviors, according to a report published Friday by the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus suggest that fructose, a component of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, and uric acid, a fructose metabolite, may work to bring about the onset of ...
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The Doctors for Disaster Preparedness Give Lecture Warning How Medical Technocracy Made the Plandemic Possible

The Doctors for Disaster Preparedness Give Lecture Warning How Medical Technocracy Made the Plandemic Possible

(Mercola.com) The Doctors for Disaster Preparedness lecture above, given August 16, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada, features Dr. Lee Merritt, an orthopedic spinal surgeon with a medical practice in Logan, Iowa. In her presentation, she discusses how geopolitical power can be swayed in the absence of an identifiable army or declared war. She talks about the cognitive dissonance we’re currently facing, when what we’re told no longer ...
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Judicial Watch Obtains Records Showing FDA Paid for ‘Fresh and Never Frozen’ Human Fetal Parts for Use In ‘Humanized Mice’ Creation

Judicial Watch Obtains Records Showing FDA Paid for ‘Fresh and Never Frozen’ Human Fetal Parts for Use In ‘Humanized Mice’ Creation

Judicial Watch announced today it received 165 pages of records from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) showing the FDA between 2012 and 2018 entered into 8 contracts worth $96,370 with Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) to acquire “fresh and never frozen” tissue from 1st and 2nd trimester aborted fetuses for use in creating “humanized mice” for ongoing research. ABR is a non-profit firm which has been the subject of criminal referrals from ...
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President Trump officially announced Operation Warp Speed to Accelerate Manufacturing and Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines

President Trump officially announced Operation Warp Speed to Accelerate Manufacturing and Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines

After it was first revealed in the press on 29 April, President Trump officially announced the public-private partnership on May 15, 2020. Operation Warp Speed will coordinate existing Health and Human Services-wide efforts, including the NIH ACTIV partnership for vaccine and therapeutic development, the NIH RADx initiative for diagnostic development, and work by BARDA. “No vaccines… No vaccines… No vaccines…” the crowd chanted at a September 2020 ...
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Kids Twice as Likely to Eat Healthy after Watching Healthy Cooking Shows

Kids Twice as Likely to Eat Healthy after Watching Healthy Cooking Shows

Television programs featuring healthy foods can be a key ingredient in leading children to make healthier food choices now and into adulthood. A new study found kids who watched a child-oriented cooking show featuring healthy food were 2.7 times more likely to make a healthy food choice than those who watched a different episode of the same show featuring unhealthy food. Television programs featuring healthy foods ...
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New Study finds Exercise is Good for Your Brain's Gray Matter

New Study finds Exercise is Good for Your Brain’s Gray Matter

Cardiorespiratory exercise -- walking briskly, running, biking and just about any other exercise that gets your heart pumping -- is good for your body, but can it also slow cognitive changes in your brain? A study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases provides new evidence of an association between cardiorespiratory fitness and brain health, particularly in gray matter and total brain volume -- ...
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Children who Drank Whole Milk had Lower Risk of Being Overweight or Obese

Children who Drank Whole Milk had Lower Risk of Being Overweight or Obese

Review analyzing almost 21,000 children suggests children who drank whole milk were less likely to be overweight or obese. A systematic review and meta-analysis led by St. Michael's Hospital of Unity Health Toronto found children who drank whole milk had 40 per cent lower odds of being overweight or obese compared with children who consumed reduced-fat milk. The research, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ...
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Paper: Empty Gestures on Climate Change

Paper: Empty Gestures on Climate Change

In a paper he recently published, Bjørn Lomborg, director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, deconstructs the myth that lugging around reusable grocery bags and using paper straws instead of plastic have any meaningful impact on our planet’s climate. As it turns out, all of the messaging about how to individually fight “global warming” by reducing one’s personal “carbon footprint” is a gaggle of lies and propaganda – and this from ...
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Study Shows Sports Are Good for Your Brain

Study Shows Sports Are Good for Your Brain

The level of high school sports participation is at an all-time high.1 Students who play competitive sports enjoy physical and mental benefits. It reduces the rate of obesity, Type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. It also improves cardiovascular and pulmonary function and increases the potential that young people will go on to stay physically active throughout their life.2 Researchers also discovered that athletes who regularly play ...
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