Thursday, March 21, 2019

BOMBSHELL: Did Wise food company just turn over its entire list of emergency food customers to the U.S. government?

by Vicki Batts, Natural News:

(Natural News) Wise Company, producer of emergency and storable foods, is facing a class action lawsuit for “unlawful, unfair, and deceptive advertising and business practices.” As it turns out, one cannot actually survive on Wise’s products for the advertised length of time. Now, a new report from The Daily Sheeple alleges that in addition to faulty products, Wise Company appears to have handed over its complete, confidential list of customers to the U.S. government.

Breaking: Former long time editor of the British Medical Journal announced he’s vaccine injured

by Erin Elizabeth, Health Nut News:

This is a must-read. Honestly, you guys. Read on as Richard Smith, CBE, FMedSci, British medical doctor businessman and former editor of the BMJ until 2004, explains how he was harmed by the influenza vaccine.

“I don’t think that I’ve ever had the flu, certainly nothing that affected me for more than a day, but last year I had the influenza vaccine for the first time. Three factors influenced me: two tough friends who had each for the first time spent a week in bed with the flu; the doctor telling my wife that she should have the vaccine “for the sake of others”; and an Australian critical care doctor telling me on Twitter that they had in their winter that precedes ours seen more severe cases of flu than usual. Unfortunately, I developed flu-like symptoms within a few hours of my vaccination, leaving me wondering who is most likely to have side effects from the vaccine. Could it be that I was having it for the first time? Will I be likely to get them again if I’m vaccinated next year?

Budget Food and Sundries Storage – Pt. 1, by Pete Thorsen


by Pete Thorsen, Survival Blog:

Food storage is a very important part of any preparedness, and thoughts on food storage vary widely. Some people store buckets of wheat, corn, beans, and rice. For many people, they would only know what to do with maybe the rice. With the prepper/survivalist fad right now many companies are selling long term storage (LTS) food.

Some of these LTS foods are just as is, so to speak, like beans or wheat. Some are dehydrated, and some are freeze dried. And of course, some is your standard canned goods. Advice commonly given is ‘store what you eat and eat what you store.’ That is very sound advice. What they mean is buy stuff that you normally eat and then always eat the oldest item first, so you rotate through your stored food supply.

Peter Schiff – Pricking Dollar Bubble Will Be the Real Crisis

from Greg Hunter:

Study explores various natural thermogenics and identifies the ones that best aid in weight loss


by Edsel Cook, Natural News:

Thermogenic agents are edible substances that turn nutrient calories into heat energy that the body uses to regulate its internal temperature. Researchers suggest that taking these agents as supplements can help reduce weight and keep it to a healthy level, thereby lowering the risk of obesity.

Obesity is often traced to problems in adaptive thermogenesis, the changes that result from different food or exposure to cold temperatures. Fortunately, thermogenesis can be adjusted by consuming certain foods and supplements. Some foods, in particular, function as stimulant thermogenic agents since they invigorate the central nervous system, while others are called non-stimulant thermogenic agents, given their stimulating effects on the cardiovascular system.

7 Powerful Healing Properties of Bananas


by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info:

There is much more than meets the eye with thebanana. A household favorite, a lost-leader at the grocery store, a metaphor for psychiatric problems, a mainstay of comic slap stick, the banana has woven itself deeply into human affairs, on both gut and mental levels. And this relationship is at least 10,000 years old, as far as conscious human cultivation of the species goes.

But, many do not realize that the banana is more than just an exceptionally starch-rich fruit, but has a complex biochemistry, with unique pharmacologically active properties which scientists have characterized.

Prepping for Normal People: How to Prep When You’re NOT an Epic Wilderness Survival Guru


by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

Did you ever read a blog post on a prepper site and sigh, because the person writing the post seemed to have been born a survivalist?

In your mind’s eye, you could envision them at the tender age of six, weaving a snare from some vines that they wisely assessed not to be poison ivy, catching a rabbit, skinning and gutting it with a pocketknife, and cooking it over a fire they started with two sticks that they rubbed together, while wearing their little elementary-school-sized camo outfit.

Discouraging, isn’t it?

Natural remedies to treat the common cold


by Ralph Flores, Natural News:

Coming down with a cold is an experience not a lot of people want. Unfortunately, it’s one that they often get. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults are affected by the common cold up to three times each year, with children having more incidents. It’s also one of the main reasons for missing work.

Indeed, it’s frustrating when a person gets the common cold, but here are some natural remedies to get relief from the sickness — and all its unpleasant symptoms.


from The Daily Sheeple:

class action lawsuit against Wise Company, a survival and emergency food storage company, was filed on February 15, 2017 for “unlawful, unfair, and deceptive advertising and business practices.” Last year, the company agreed to settle the suit, and is expected to announce the settlement on its website by the end of business today.

The class action, known as Miller v. Wise Company Inc., U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case No. 5:17-cv-00616-JAK-PLA, alleges that on its website and packaging, Wise made misrepresentations and omitted material information about how long its Long-Term Food Kits would last and how many people they would feed. Customers who brought the case (the “Plaintiffs”) allege that as a result, “customers were induced to pay more for those products than  they otherwise would have.”

One of Nature’s most refreshing beverages, coconut water is a powerhouse of evidence-based health benefits


by Rhonda Johansson, Natural News:

If manna indeed exists, it may be in the form of coconut water. Science is now validating the mythical reputation of the refreshing beverage, concluding the drink to be a powerhouse of amazing health benefits, from increased hydration to lowered blood pressure. Here are some evidence-based benefits that you should take note of:

  1. Provides immediate hydration — Researchers of a 2000 study concluded coconut water to be a safe and highly effective medical resource in resuscitating critically ill patients by providing superior hydration. Coconut water used as an intravenous hydration fluid is noted to provide potent benefits in many third-world countries. Many nutritionists say that coconut water is an ideal rehydrating agent in countries where medical supplies are not freely available.

Food of the Future? Sweden to Test 3D-Printed Meals On The Elderly

from DAHBOO77:

March 5th Congressional Hearing Makes It Clear that All Dissenters Are Simply “Misinformed”: RAISE YOUR VOICE

by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info:

It is clear from the questions asked and the testimony given during today’s hearing that the federal government is actively engaged in creating vaccine mandates for the pediatric and adult population.

Today during The HELP Committee (Health, Education, Labor and Pensions) hearing on “Vaccines Save Lives: What is Driving Preventable Disease Outbreaks?” we heard unanimous and unchecked testimony from U.S. Senators, state health department officials, doctors, businessmen and an 18-year old high school student that vaccines are safe, vaccines save lives, vaccines do not cause autism, and that all else is misinformation.  Yes, that’s right, everyone with a voice in the Senate hearing unapologetically believes that the vaccine safety issue, unlike any other issue known to man, has one side and one side only.

New study finds that aspartame-sweetened diet soda causes stroke, dementia risks to skyrocket… is aspartame DESTROYING brain function?

by S.D. Wells, Natural News:

The most popular yet infamous artificial sweetener on the market just got tagged by two highly credible science studies as being correlated with accelerated brain aging. On the hook for causing smaller overall brain volume, a significantly smaller hippocampus and poorer memory, not only was aspartame implicated in the science studies, but “regular” soda also. Most people know that soda is loaded with sugar but did anyone know their brains were being damaged, or could they even realize it themselves? This mind-blowing research reveals that these soda and diet soda consumers, who drink even just two of these drinks a day, were nearly three times as likely to have a stroke and develop dementia than people who already know better and avoid sodas in general.


from The HighWire with Del Bigtree: