Tag Archives: Sugar

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    A Deadly Diet

    Corporate interests are feeding us poison
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, February 24, 2014, 7:26 PM

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    One of the interesting things to emerge from my recent research into this area of nutritional health is the extent to which major food companies have been “on the ball” for decades now suppressing information on the awful health effects of some of their major products.

    Sugar is the biggie.

    I am old enough to remember the innumerable products that were sold as ‘low fat’…because that was the way to lose weight and be healthier.

    There were low fat cookies, ice cream, sour cream, and cereal products.

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    David Seaman: Inflammation From Our Diet Is Killing Us Slowly

    Learn how to protect yourself from it
    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, February 23, 2014, 5:18 PM

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    Science continues to shed new light on how nutrition has a huge effect on the status of our health. In particular, medicine is zeroing in inflammation as key factor in the aging process – that, over time, diet-caused inflammation wears down our internal systems, resulting in impaired performance and disease.

    This week, Chris speaks with Dr. David Seaman, Professor of Clinical Sciences at the National University of Health Sciences, one of the leading experts on clinical nutrition for pain and inflammation. They discuss inflammation, what causes it, the damage it does to our bodies, and the dietary changes we can make to reduce our exposure to it.

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    Food Storage Made Easy

    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, March 27, 2011, 4:43 AM

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    The events in Japan – stripping grocery shelves and leaving thousands of families without food, water, electricity, or sanitation – provide us with grim motivation to assess our own levels of personal resilience. How prepared are you if a similar disaster (natural or man-made) were to suddently strike where you live?

    I, for one, still have more gaps than I would like. Like many folks, I’ve been genuinely intending to get around to filling them soon, but noble plans have little value the moment after the unexpected occurs. As Chris often says, it’s immeasurably better to be a year early with your preps than a day late.

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    Daily Digest 2/21 – Silver Lease Rates Skyrocket, Drilling In Libya Suspended Over Unrest, Water And The Arab World

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, February 21, 2011, 3:49 PM

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    • Silver Lease Rates Skyrocketing
    • New Haven Line Has Second Highest Ridership Ever
    • Stratfor’s Geopolitical Intelligence Guidance For The Week Of February 20, 2011
    • Prove The Mayans Right: Address Structural Economic Problems With Chicanery 
    • Oil Majors Stall Libya Drilling, Withdraw Staff
    • BP Suspends Exploration as Libya Unrest Worsens; Eni Drops
    • As BP Prepares To Evacuate Staff From A Burning Libya, Commodities Are Exploding
    • Increased Costs For Wheat, Sugar, Gas Combined With Lower Wages Will Cause ‘Tsunami’ Of Living Costs
    • What Does The Arab World Do When Its Water Runs Out?

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    Daily Digest 2/16 – Beware Gold And Silver ETFs, Strategies To Rein In Debt, Global Food Prices Rising Rapidly

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, February 16, 2011, 3:45 PM

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    • Investor Beware – Gold ETFs – Silver ETFs – Expensive & Risky
    • Dave Morgan & Mike Maloney – Gold Confiscation
    • Unemployed ‘99ers’ take on the Capitol
    • Flint City Councilman Dale Weighill: Some on council willing to explore state takeover, municipal bankruptcy
    • Could bankruptcy solve Camden’s woes?
    • AISD trustees discuss slashing more than 1,000 jobs
    • Geithner: Entitlements Key to Rein in Debt
    • Parking ticket fees could rise (Alameda)
    • ‘Speed on green’ to offset budget cuts: police (Calgary)
    • North Sea one-year output takes a dive
    • Valley truckers hit hard by rising diesel prices (California)
    • Overseas demand, unrest could drive up gasoline prices in United States
    • World Bank: Food prices at “dangerous levels”
    • Companies Warn That Higher Prices Are Looming
    • Cotton may force retail prices to rise
    • Clothing Prices Set To Rise This Spring
    • Produce prices on the rise in Idaho
    • High Sugar Prices Hit Bakeries, Confectioners
    • Fed’s Lacker: Food, Energy Price Rise Definitely A Concern
    • Crop Prices Push Up Farmland Value
    • Milk production and milk prices expected to be higher in 2011
    • Candy Shop Gets Creative to Keep Chocolate Prices Stable
    • Tomato prices soar after cold weather kill-off
    • Corn prices increasing, what’ll it mean for grocery costs?
    • Global wheat prices could soar as China struggles with drought

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    Daily Digest 11/4 – Quantitative Easing is Just Devaluation, Sugar Soars to 30-year High, The World’s Biggest Debt Bubble

    by DailyDigest

    Thursday, November 4, 2010, 2:46 PM

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    • Indiana Braces For Violence, Adds Armed Guards To Unemployment Offices In Anticipation Of 99-Week Jobless Benefits Expiration
    • QE2 risks currency wars and the end of dollar hegemony
    • iPod Nation’s Revaluation Is No Panacea for U.S.: Yukon Huang
    • Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro: JP Morgan and HSBC Face RICO Charges in Silver Futures Class Action Lawsuit
    • 3 Charts That Prove We Are Living In The Biggest Debt Bubble In The History Of Our World
    • Time To Blame The New Guys
    • Quantitative Easing Is Just Devaluation
    • Suicide Is Painless
    • Sugar Soars To 30-Year High As Supply Fears Grow

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