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COVID Jab Is Far More Dangerous Than Advertised

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October 26, 2021, Global Research published an interview with Dr. Peter McCullough, in which he reviews and explains the findings of a September 2021 study published in the journal Toxicology Reports, which states:1

“A novel best-case scenario cos…

Sharyl Attkisson: Vaccine Mandates Are the Ultimate Showdown

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Chaos is brewing as Americans face unprecedented injection mandates that order them to comply or risk losing their jobs or freedom to partake in education and society. In a Full Measure report, host and investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson describ…

Melatonin — A Standard of Treatment Adjunct for Acute Infections?

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This article was previously published October 19, 2020, and has been updated with new information.

According to a June 2020 research paper,1 melatonin2,3 may be an important adjunct to COVID-19 treatment. Incidentally, while not emphasized, melatoni…

How to choose the method of hair removal that suits you

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In summer, for girls, the first thing to consider is to lose weight, remove hair, and wear beautiful clothes!Many people say that you are not right. You can not wear beautiful clothes or live your life well if you don’t lose weight or shed your hair. Why do you have to lose weight and shed […]

More Than 80% of COVID Patients Are Vitamin D Deficient

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This article was previously published November 9, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
Aside from insulin resistance,1 vitamin D deficiency has emerged as a primary risk factor for severe COVID-19 infection and death. Higher vitamin D leve…

Investigation: Died ‘From’ or Died ‘With’ COVID?

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In this short news report from Full Measure, Sharyl Attkisson interviews the coroner from Grand County, Colorado, where a murder-suicide during Thanksgiving 2020 were recorded as two COVID-19 deaths. While outlandish, it has appeared from other reports…

Pfizer Whistleblower Sinks Vaccine Trial Integrity

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Yet again, mainstream media have completely ignored what should have been front-page news. According to a whistleblower who worked on Pfizer’s Phase 3 COVID jab trial in the fall of 2020, data were falsified, patients were unblinded, the company hired …

The Real Anthony Fauci

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In this interview, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmental activist and attorney turned ultimate freedom fighter, discusses his latest book, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health,” which is a…

Simple Strategies That Will Improve Your Immunity

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This article was previously published December 20, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
“The Immunity Fix: Strengthen Your Immune System, Fight Off Infections, Reverse Chronic Disease and Live a Healthier Life” is a book written by James…

Tomato Soup with Gluten-free Spicy Mini Meatballs Recipe

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A bowl of tomato soup is delicious any time of year, for lunch or for dinner, for kids and adults. If fresh, super-ripe tomatoes aren’t available then this recipe for tomato soup made from canned tomatoes is the best one to follow. This homemade tomato soup has a rich, pure tomato flavor and silky texture, a flavorful version of the canned stuff. A steaming bowl of tomato soup is one of life’s simple pleasures. The fact that this recipe is so easy to make with such great results is an added bonus. The soup turns out best with whole tomatoes (not chopped) because they have a flavor that’s most similar to fresh tomatoes. The quality of the canned tomatoes matters – choose a brand with a flavor you like and if you’re worried about BPA, stick with jarred or a BPA-free brand. Served alone, this tomato soup makes a super-quick meal. But if you want to spice things up, drop a handful of spicy, mini-meatballs into the bowl, too. These delicious bite-sized mini meatballs are small enough to eat with a spoon (or by the handful). This recipe makes a lot of tiny meatballs, so you can freeze the extra if you’d like. Raw, frozen meatballs can cooked by dropping them directly into simmering sauce or soup. Cooked, frozen meatballs are best if frozen along with some soup or sauce, but can also be frozen alone and defrosted in the refrigerator. Tomato Soup with Gluten-free Spicy Mini-Meatballs Recipe Ingredients Soup 3 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil 1 cup chopped onion 4 cloves minced garlic 1.5 cups arrabiata sauce 28 oz. whole peeled tomatoes in sauce 1.5 cup chicken broth 1/2 tbsp. dried oregano 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/4 cup fresh basil Meatballs 1 lb. ground beef 1 lb. ground pork 1/2 cup minced onion 1 egg 3 tbsp. fresh basil 2 tbsp. almond flour 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. dried oregano ½-1 tsp. red pepper flakes 1 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. dried basil 1/2 tsp. black pepper Directions Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. In a bowl, combine all of the meatball ingredients in a large bowl.   Roll the meat mixture into small meatballs, about 16-20 meatballs per pound of meat. Arrange them in a glass dish or on a sheet pan and bake in the oven for about 20 minutes or until cooked through. Alternatively, you can sear them in a skillet on the stovetop and then move the pan to the oven for the meatballs to finish cooking. As the meatballs are cooking, prepare the soup. Heat the olive oil on your stovetop over medium heat in a pot. Once hot, add the onion and saute for 3-5 minutes, or until it begins to soften. Add the garlic and stir until fragrant. Add the arrabiata sauce, can of tomatoes, chicken broth, oregano, salt and pepper. Break the whole tomatoes up with a spoon or spatula. Bring the soup to a simmer, then … Continue reading “Tomato Soup with Gluten-free Spicy Mini Meatballs Recipe”

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 154

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Research of the Week After a heart attack, taking erectile dysfunction drugs reduces the risk of another one. Virgin coconut oil lowers C-reactive protein (inflammatory marker) in suspected/probable COVID patients. Severe COVID infections can impair adaptive immunity, an effect likely mediated by spike protein inhibition of DNA repair. Rice starch is highly digestible, regardless of whether you cool it or cook it or both. Molecular and physiological differences in how the sexes respond to exercise. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Episode 6: Exporing Your Own Potential with Dr. Michael Gervais: Morgan chats with Dr. Michael Gervais. Media, Schmedia What happens when a company tries to make a new infant formula that doesn’t involve soybean oil and corn syrup? The FDA happens. A Spanish preserve saved a rare Saharan gazelle from extinction, and now it’s back home and thriving. Interesting Blog Posts How does this end? How rooftop gardens can fight the urban heat island effect. Social Notes Japanese versus American school lunches. Always look at all-cause mortality. Everything Else “‘The Sun is not always shining, water is drying up, fossil fuels are not always going to be used, but people are always moving,’ says Thoronka.” Try this walking meditation. Things I’m Up to and Interested In Great piece: On berserker rage. Finally: Man cooks perfect steak in dishwasher. Sometimes we forget: Exercise is really good for you. Interesting article: Is “long COVID” mostly in your head? Didn’t someone say this back in the day?: Floor sitting is good for your health. Question I’m Asking What are you doing for Thanksgiving? Recipe Corner Paleo kung pao chicken. Filipino peanut butter oxtail curry. Time Capsule One year ago (Nov 6 – Nov 12) 12 Ways to Boost Your Serotonin — Assuming you want to. How to Stay Level During Uncertain Times— Keep a cool head. Comment of the Week “I had the opportunity to go to Mongolia with my family in 2019. We have friends in Mongolia we visited and we went out on the Steppe and visited people in their Gers literally in the middle of nowhere. Average family has about 300 animals the manage. Some much more. The preferred meat is sheep for breakfast lunch and dinner with goat and sheep cheese and yogurt and salty milky tea. No vegetables minimal to no spices salt meat is usually boiled. Also had sheep knee soup once.Also one time they prepared sheep the same way Genghis Khan and his army did they take the sheep and remove the organs and place hot stones from the fire in the cavity and sew it up and let it cook from the inside out. Then serve in bowls that you eat out of while sitting on your horse. They are a very strong resilient people who are very proud of their heritage. They are looking forward to their future since they are no longer under the Control of Russia. However the younger generation is moving away from the nomadic life and to the big city. Using … Continue reading “New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 154”

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Dr. Pierre Kory: ‘COVID-19 Is Highly Treatable’

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New York pulmonologist Dr. Pierre Kory, an unapologetic champion of evidence-based medicine, has had remarkable success treating patients with ivermectin and other therapies during the pandemic. His efforts to get the word out on this treatment protoco…

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