The Disturbing Facts Regarding The Refined Sugar Diet

Sugar, refined sugar, refined sugar diet, sugar poison, natural health, Paul A Philips

The Disturbing Facts Regarding The Refined Sugar Diet

-by Paul A Philips

*Refined Sugar is close to zero nutrition value

Because of the industrial processes involved in manufacturing, sugar has practically no nutrition value: The vitamins and enzymes have become denatured (loose their molecular shape) and thus fail to contribute to the body’s metabolic requirements. Refined sugar is also devoid of mineral content.

*It is pure energy

For those who frequently eat significant amounts of refined sugar products, this can lead to many problems…

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THE STORY, THE PLAN by Joe Masepoes

Herd Immunity? A Dishonest Marketing Gimmick

Herd Immunity

-by J.B. Handley, Vice-Chairman, Board of Directors, World Mercury Project

As a country and a society, we’ve never been anywhere close to “herd immunity” through vaccination, but where are all the epidemics? That doesn’t keep vaccine makers from using herd immunity as a weapon to guilt and scare parents. Why are we allowing “mythology to trump science”?

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Hiding in a nondescript office building in Washington, D.C., Every Child By Two (“ECBT”) poses as a nonprofit organization with a seemingly noble goal: getting as many children vaccinated as possible… see more

The Trap of Spiritual Materialism

Spiritual, spirituality, ego, materialism, self, spiritual materialism, reality check-by Edwina Shaw

Can Spirituality Feed Your Ego?

‘Spiritual materialism’ is a term first used by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher who came to the United States in the early seventies. In his book Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism, Trungpa expounded on his theories of how the ego likes to use the spiritual path for its own ends, and the mistakes seekers easily fall into in their quest for enlightenment.

The problem is that ego can convert anything to its own use… even spirituality. ~ Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche

In the west, we have come to think of our spiritual quest as ‘self-improvement,’ which is all well and good, except what is the self? Ego… see more


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