Vitamin supplements are good for you, right? Wrong, says Paul Offit – they're a multibillion-pound con and in high doses can increase your risk of heart disease and cancer
Kate Drake's insight:
Quite the article depicting herbs and vitimins as damaging to the human body. Funny that it doesn't mention that perhaps how the pills were made might take into the effects of the suppliment on the body.
The vitimins and minerals our body absorbs from food differs depending if it's taken raw, quick cooked or slow cooked, on the stove, in the oven or microwaved. Therefore the process of how the suppliment is made will determine how it will interact with the cells in our bodies and if it will help or hurt it.
Your best best - make sure you're eating foods that are fresh and in season. If you're deficient in some way, talk with your doctor about food enhancements and diet that can balance out what your body needs.
Throughout history many cultures have worshiped the Sun for its life-giving powers. In reality it is not the Sun itself, but rather the plants that have ...
Kate Drake's insight:
Never understimade the beauty and power of a plant. I strongly belive more resources should be funneled into sustainable power research, hand in hand while educating people the importance of less consumption and how to do it.
The directors of Nestle must be breathing a sigh of relief as the world targets Monsanto with a barrage of negative publicity, global protests, and grassroots campaigns.
While we’re all distracted by Monsanto’s GMO corruption of the food supply, Nestle is taking steps to profit off of the natural world with patents on breast milk and medicinal plants, and the privatization of water,and giving the seed company a run for the title of The Most Evil Corporation in the World.
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