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Two nutrients slash death from cardiovascular disease by 50 percent

two-nutrients-slash-death-from-cardiovascular-disease-by-50-percentPosted by: Lori Alton, staff writer in Reverse Heart Disease | October 14, 2016

(NaturalHealth365) Cardiovascular disease, which can be caused by the formation of arterial plaque, smoking, high blood pressure, sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, and obesity, is a formidable foe.

It kills 17 million people around the world every year – making it the leading cause of death worldwide – and is also the number one cause of death in the United States, where it claims more lives yearly than all types of cancer.

New cardiovascular disease research gives rise to hope and healing

A combination of two safes, natural supplements has been found to slash the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by a stunning 50 percent. Read more of this post

Salmon scam: Is your wild salmon really wild?

salmon-scam-is-your-wild-salmon-really-wild(NaturalHealth365) If you opt to put healthful, wild-caught salmon on the menu, be warned: the fish on your plate may be an imposter – and inferior in every way. In a “bait and switch” worthy of the slipperiest con man, farmed Atlantic salmon is routinely being substituted for pricier and nutritionally-superior wild-caught Alaskan salmon.
Consumers are being cheated, honest fishermen are being financially deprived, and unscrupulous vendors revel in their illegal profits. To make matter worse: this unethical practice has been ongoing for over a decade.

The salmon story that restaurants like to ignore

In a report released by the conservation group Oceana, researchers collected 82 samples of “wild-caught” salmon from restaurants and grocery stores from locations across the country. And DNA analysis showed that a shocking 43 percent were actually mislabeled – a disgraceful statistic. 69 percent of the mislabeling involved farmed Atlantic salmon being sold as wild-caught; the remainder involved inferior Pacific salmon, such as pink and chum, being sold as sockeye and king salmon. Read more of this post

Unknown Polio-like disease is paralyzing huge numbers of U.S. children

unknown-polio-like-disease-is-paralyzing-huge-numbers-of-u-s-children(NaturalNews) Cases of a rare polio-like disease that typically affects children are on the rise in the United States and no one knows exactly why.

Between January and August of 2016, health officials reported 50 new cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) – an illness that can cause paralysis, with some victims requiring a respirator to breathe.

Like polio, AFM attacks the central nervous system, and thus far, no cure has been found for the debilitating condition.

Early symptoms are similar to those of a cold, but can rapidly escalate into a paralysis of large amounts of a child’s body within a few days. Read more of this post

Corporate giant Nestle beats out community for control of local water supply

corporate-giant-nestle-beats-out-community-for-control-of-local-water-supply(NaturalNews) As parts of Canada continue to hobble through record-breaking drought conditions, multinational food giant Nestle has reportedly secured the takeover of yet another community water well from which it plans to extract up to 1.6 million liters (roughly 423,000 gallons) of water per day for private bottling purposes.

In order to maintain “future business growth” with its multi-million dollar bottled water enterprise, Nestle outbid an actual Canadian town in taking over the well site, which currently provides fresh, clean water to local residents right from the tap. The Township of Centre Wellington had tried to protect the well from corporate takeover, but Nestle swooped in and purchased it before anyone could stop it. Read more of this post

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