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How to Determine if You Need to Go to the Hospital for COVID

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Hospitals excel at treating life-threatening emergencies. Having a stroke or getting seriously injured in an accident are two examples of when going to the hospital can save your life. There are many cases, however, when it’s in your best interest to a…

Annual Mercury Awareness Week Update

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For the 11th consecutive year, we celebrate our annual Mercury Awareness and Mercury-Free Dentistry Week. With us again is Charlie Brown, executive director of Consumers for Dental Choice, and a former attorney general for West Virginia.

As in prev…

Vandana Shiva on the Taking Down of Bill Gates’ Empires

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This article was previously published on April 4, 2021 and has been updated with new information.
In this interview, Vandana Shiva, Ph.D., discusses the importance and benefits of regenerative agriculture and a future Regeneration International projec…

Why the WHO Is a Corrupt, Unhealthy Organization

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“TrustWHO,” a documentary film produced by Lilian Franck, reveals the clandestine influences that are controlling the World Health Organization (WHO) — and that have been since the very beginning. Founded in 1948 by 61 member states whose contributions…

Doctor Calls Out CDC at School Board Meeting

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In this six-minute video, Dr. Daniel Stock from McCordsville, Indiana, tells the Mount Vernon Community Schools school board that COVID mask and vaccine mandates are not about the real science, saying1 “I would suggest we still have a problem because w…

Ask a Health Coach: Sabotage and Eating Healthy in Social Situations

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Now that the world is opening back up (well… in some places), we’re eating out more, going to more parties, and returning to a “new” new normal that sometimes leaves us (or our partners) struggling to find balance. In this week’s Ask a Health Coach, Erin is here to answer your questions about all this, plus much more. Got something to ask? Post your question in the comments or in our Mark’s Daily Apple Facebook group. Maria asked: “How do you handle social situations, specifically a party where no one is health minded? The host said to bring an appetizer and that’s it. We are also planning on staying overnight, so this may need to be part of my 80/20 plan. What can I do to mitigate the damage?” The Primal Blueprint’s 80/20 philosophy means lots of things to a lot of different folks. For instance, you might interpret it as eating Primal 80% of the time and enjoying your favorite non-primal foods the other 20% — and this can be enacted in many ways, from every fifth day being an indulgent day; or one-fifth of every meal being a non-Primal treat food, etc. Or maybe you use that 20% for those times you’re out and about and decide it’s easier to go with the flow and have the bun (or the fries or the crème brulee). By the way, this is how I use it. The Basics of the 80/20 Principle In short, it’s less of a rule and more of a guideline around keeping you sane. It’s the recognition that life throws curveballs at you sometimes. And it’s the acknowledgement that you’ve decided to take responsibility for your overall health. Here’s what it’s not though: It’s not an excuse to avoid standing up for what’s important to you (#boundaries) It’s not intended to make you feel like you’re some kind of “diet pariah” with strict and fussy rules It’s not set up to leaving you feeling guilt or shame It’s certainly not something to stress about If you already have a good idea what the scenario looks like, and you’re not interested in eating Standard American Diet fare for an entire weekend, here’s an idea: don’t.   What if You Felt Empowered Instead? It’s possible to enjoy social situations and weekends away without worrying about what you’ll eat. It’s possible to feel confident instead of stressing out or already making plans to combat the aftermath. You’ve just got to have the right tools in your toolbox. Here are some of my favorites: Get comfortable saying “no.” Many of my health coaching clients feel bad about passing up a dish that someone has made from scratch, but how liberating would it be to just say “no thanks” and then move on? Practice the art of declining an offer without feeling the need to justify your response. Bring your own food. You’re already bringing an appetizer, so why not bring more? Even if your friends aren’t health minded, I’m fairly … Continue reading “Ask a Health Coach: Sabotage and Eating Healthy in Social Situations”

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FDA Fast-Tracks RSV mRNA ‘Vaccine’

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Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) — a respiratory virus that causes typically mild cold-like symptoms — has apparently been selected as the next invisible boogey man. Most children have been exposed to RSV by their second birthday.

The fact that mos…

Air Purifiers Can Clear 99% of Aerosols in Minutes

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A recent study1 published by Cambridge University Press evaluated the use of portable air cleaners to reduce the aerosol transmission of viral disease, specifically coronavirus in a hospital setting. At the start of 2020, many health experts believed t…

Top Misinformation Article Attributed to Chicago Tribune

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According to Facebook’s content transparency report for the first quarter of 2021, released in mid-August 2021, the most popular article shared on the platform between January 2021 and March 2021 was about a 56-year-old Miami, Florida, obstetrician who…

Children Born During Pandemic Have Lower IQ

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As adults have masked up, locked down and engaged in social distancing, children have been forced to as well. Yet, as psychologists have warned, children have likely not come away from this situation unscathed. New data suggest that infants born during…

This Could Help Fight Fast-Fashion Pollution

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You might have heard of shopping referred to as “retail therapy.”1 Some have suggested that buying stuff, especially new clothes, can make you feel better. In the past 18 months, many have turned to shopping online and, during lockdowns, it may have se…

Bill Gates and the Vaccine Heist

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In the video above, Russell Brand discusses Judy K. Brown’s book, “Perversion of Justice: The Jeffrey Epstein Story,” which details the conspiracy of silence surrounding the biggest alleged pedophile and sex trafficking mogul of our time, Jeffrey Epste…

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