Tweet Tweet You will note, that what is used in my presentation (link at bottom of post) is data from 1976 from the NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH CENTRE, after the compilation of 2300 studies to show the effects of microwaves on humans: http://safeschool.ca/uploads/Navy_Radiowave_Brief_1_.pdf Here is some other military data: Ten years after in 1986 (and likely …

Tweet Tweet You will note, that what is used in my presentation (link at bottom of post) is data from 1976 from the NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH CENTRE, after the compilation of 2300 studies to show the effects of microwaves on humans: http://safeschool.ca/uploads/Navy_Radiowave_Brief_1_.pdf Here is some other military data: Ten years after in 1986 (and likely …

Kansas State Considers Anti-Fluoride Bill - Bill would force cities to inform populations that fluoride may harm IQ

Kansas State Considers Anti-Fluoride Bill - Bill would force cities to inform populations that fluoride may harm IQ

Nutrition and Cancer - this is a must see! Dr. Donald Abrams Professor of Clinical Medicine of UCSF "sifts through some of the complex data on the relationship between nutrition and cancer and endeavors to help separate fact from fiction in this quickly moving field."

Nutrition and Cancer - this is a must see! Dr. Donald Abrams Professor of Clinical Medicine of UCSF "sifts through some of the complex data on the relationship between nutrition and cancer and endeavors to help separate fact from fiction in this quickly moving field."

Each of us, All of us -  Dr. Dean Ornish at Zeitgeist Americas 2011

Each of us, All of us - Dr. Dean Ornish at Zeitgeist Americas 2011

How To Season Your Cast-iron Skillet in Five Steps    Scrub skillet well in hot soapy water.  Dry thoroughly.  Spread a thin layer of melted shortening or vegetable oil over the skillet.  Place it upside down on a middle oven rack at 375°. (Place foil on a lower rack to catch drips.)  Bake 1 hour; let cool in the oven.  For day-to-day TLC, clean cast-iron skillet under hot water only (never use soap) and dry with towel before storing.

How To Season Your Cast-iron Skillet in Five Steps Scrub skillet well in hot soapy water. Dry thoroughly. Spread a thin layer of melted shortening or vegetable oil over the skillet. Place it upside down on a middle oven rack at 375°. (Place foil on a lower rack to catch drips.) Bake 1 hour; let cool in the oven. For day-to-day TLC, clean cast-iron skillet under hot water only (never use soap) and dry with towel before storing.

The fibers found in rhubarb have been shown to reduce the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. The plant contains anthraquinones which improve the transport of glucose into our cells beneficial for persons with Diabetes. Studies have found antioxidant, anti-allergy & anti-inflammatory properties in the plant. Rhubarb is rich in Vitamin-K which helps promote bone growth, cure iron deficiencies & limit neuronal damage in the brain. Studies show it is very beneficial for Alzheimer’s…

The fibers found in rhubarb have been shown to reduce the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. The plant contains anthraquinones which improve the transport of glucose into our cells beneficial for persons with Diabetes. Studies have found antioxidant, anti-allergy & anti-inflammatory properties in the plant. Rhubarb is rich in Vitamin-K which helps promote bone growth, cure iron deficiencies & limit neuronal damage in the brain. Studies show it is very beneficial for Alzheimer’s…

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