MLK Assassination “Anomalies”

Excerpted from Monumental Myths I was about 2½ months old when it happened. On April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) was assassinated. The official story is that a single “lone nut” bumbling petty crook, James Earl Ray, was staying at a rooming house located at 422 South Main Street. In the back of this rooming house was a shared bathroom with a window that looked out onto the swimming pool of the Lorraine Motel. Since the window in the bathroom was over his head, Ray stood on a bathtub and fired the shot that killed MLK. He then ran from the bathroom into the bedroom, bundled up the rifle and a bizarre collection of personal belongings into a blanket (ensuring that the rifle and belongings but not the bathroom door or the bedroom door had his fingerprints on them), ran the length of the rooming house (down a flight of stairs), dumped the bundle in the street, walked calmly to his waiting Mustang and drove away within the 90 seconds it took uniformed officers to reach the same location. He drove off in his white Mustang

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Keto and Cancer 101: Can the Ketogenic Diet Help Fight…

Ketogenic diets – also known as keto diets, or keto – are the topic of heavy conversation these days. A typical keto diet recommends getting 75% of calories from healthy fats, 20% from protein, and only 5% from carbs. On Google, searches for keto now outrank those for paleo.1 Keto recipe books rank high on bestseller lists and believe it or not, high-fat snacks have become a flourishing business. It may surprise you to learn that what we know today as the keto diet was developed as a clinical tool just under a hundred years ago. It all began in the early 20th Century, when patients with various illnesses were seen to benefit from short fasts.2 For instance, doctors noticed that children with epilepsy stopped having seizures after two days of absolute fasting at a point when their bodies would have been forced to enter a physiological state known as ketosis. This is believed to be an evolutionary adaptation to help us through times when food is scarce. Promisingly, fasting was also found to have positive effects on their body fat, blood sugar, cholesterol, and hunger levels. In 1921, Dr. R.M. Wilder at the Mayo Clinic proposed a diet for

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Is it Healthy to Detox for Weight Loss?

Have you ever embarked on a so-called cleansing program or detox for weight loss, where the main goal was merely to shed the pounds as fast as possible? What was the result? Was it long-lasting? Detoxing solely for the weight-loss benefits can be counterproductive to your weight-loss goals in the long run. Not only that, it can also be dangerous for your health. This is because the relationship between fat cells and detoxification is a very complicated one where many individual factors come into play. Let’s explore the role that fat plays in the body, why your body might be holding on to toxic substances, and how the right kind of detoxification can help you achieve a healthy weight for your body. Why Do We Even Need Fat Cells? There is still a lot that even the most informed health professionals don’t know yet about the connection between health and weight. While major studies have made the correlation between obesity (as determined by a person’s Body Mass Index or BMI) and disease risk, that doesn’t mean that a person’s weight, whatever it may be, is the number one cause of disease. There are simply too many factors at play within a personal biology and

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Top 21 “Bizarro” News Stories of 2021

On New Year’s Eve, we like to count down the most bizarre headlines of the year. With everything we’ve seen and experienced in 2021, we thought a little levity was the perfect way to end the year. 21 | Lost Hiker Ignores Calls from Rescue Team A hiker lost on a mountain in Colorado ignored repeated calls from rescuers — later explaining that they had been unfamiliar with the phone number. The hiker had apparently wandered off the trail and spent the night looking for it. After 24 hours lost, they found their way out and made it to their car, officials said. The person apparently didn’t know that a search team had been looking for them. “The subject ignored repeated phone calls from us because they didn’t recognize the number,” rescuers wrote on Facebook. “If you’re overdue according to your itinerary, and you start getting repeated calls from an unknown number, please answer the phone; it may be a search and rescue team trying to confirm you’re safe!” 20 | Camels Banned from Beauty Pageant More than 40 camels have been disqualified from Saudi Arabia’s beauty pageant for receiving Botox injections and other cosmetic enhancements. The organizers of the

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Ty Discusses the Benefits of Fermented Soy w/ Jordan…

All Soy is NOT Created Equal Have you heard conflicting information about the health benefits of soybeans? Some say it’s healthy and some say it’s harmful. But what’s the TRUTH? All soy is not the same. Some soy is genetically modified; some is not. Some soy is fermented; some is not. Some soy is over processed; some is not. The truth is that organic, non-GMO soybeans contain many powerful compounds that have been extensively studied for their beneficial effects on health. Compounds such as isoflavones, plant sterols, prebiotics and more all play a major role in healing. In the late 1990s, a study identified 5 major anti-cancerous compounds found in the soybean along with a great array of amino acids, vitamins and minerals which have a positive effect on inflammation, oxidation, and immune function. One study even documented a 700% increase in immune function in just 20 days. In the video below, Ty interviews Jordan Todesco and Jim Ladwig about the plethora of health benefits of fermented soy. The post Ty Discusses the Benefits of Fermented Soy w/ Jordan… appeared first on The Truth About Cancer.

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Coconut Oil Benefits: The Incredible Power of Coconut…

In the 1960s, food manufacturers wanted consumers to buy their margarines and hydrogenated oils. To do that, they had to “discredit” the products people had always used in their homes to prepare their food. Olive oil, coconut oil, and lard were no longer “good for you,” they said. The marketing campaign for their synthetic products began and coconut oil was portrayed as an artery-clogging and cholesterol-raising substance. People were told that it contained too much saturated fat and contributed to heart attacks. Flash forward four decades later. In the midst of an obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer explosion, scientists discover that it is not healthy fats found in coconut oil and other natural products that are bad for you. It was, in fact, the very goods the food manufacturers had been pushing on their consumers for thirty years. The trans-fats contained in these “fake foods” were incredibly dangerous to your entire body. High fat, high sugar, and high carb diets were put under the microscope and found guilty. Over-processed, pre-made synthetic foods filled with additives, preservatives, dyes, and high levels of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and other unnatural fillers were found to be the true culprits

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The Truth About Ivermectin

Have you ever wondered why the MSM and medical mafia constantly demonizes Ivermectin? Earlier this year, the FDA issued a special warning that “you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19.” The FDA’s statement included words and phrases such as “coma and even death,” “dangerous,” “seizures,” “serious harm,” “hospitalized,” and “highly toxic.”  Wow! Based on these dire warnings, you’d think that Ivermectin would literally kill you on the spot, wouldn’t you? The FDA claims to “follow the science” so why is it demonizing and attacking Ivermectin, a medication it approved in 1996? And the MSM fake media rags are jumping on board too. For example, Rolling Stone completely fabricated a recent story trying to destroy ivermectin, it blew up in their faces in spectacular fashion. According to Mike Adams, “The original story falsely claimed that hospitals in Oklahoma were filled with ivermectin-poisoned patients who had all overdosed on the drug, including a bizarre claim that one patient had gone blind. As the hospitals were being overrun with ivermectin injuries, Rolling Stone dramatically claimed, gunshot victims were forced to wait for medical treatment. The feature photo used in the story began raising questions almost immediately, however, when it appeared to

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Iodine Deficiency Symptoms (& How to Get Enough…

Iodine deficiency has reached epidemic proportions worldwide over the last 10 to 20 years. How did this happen? More importantly, how does a deficiency in iodine affect your health and the health of your family? The most common consequence of low iodine levels is hypothyroidism. However, low levels of this essential mineral can set the stage for a host of other health conditions. Read on to discover important information about iodine deficiency that even many family doctors aren’t aware of. The CDC’s Stance on Iodine Is Confusing The World Health Organization estimates that approximately two billion people worldwide are deficient in iodine. In the U.S., however, the “official” stance regarding iodine can be confusing. The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states that “iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) such as goiter, cretinism, stillbirth, spontaneous abortion, and retarded physical and intellectual development have been virtually eliminated through the iodization of salt.” A consumer reading the above may think that iodine deficiency in America is a thing of the past. In fact, similar statements may have caused you to dismiss iodine deficiency as a factor for what may be going on with your health. It also doesn’t help that most conventional doctors don’t give iodine deficiency a second thought.

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Prebiotics and Probiotics: Why You Need Both for a…

The foods we eat are a lot like seeds, which need to be planted into healthy soils (our digestive systems) in order to grow and bear fruit. We also have gut microflora and various other intestinal elements that act as “water” and “sunlight” to support a bounteous “yield.” In this case the successful digestive conversion of the foods we eat into the substances our bodies need to generate muscle tissue, cellular matrices, energy, and the various other building blocks of life. But what about the fertilizer? It’s something that’s rarely talked about when dealing with the issue of digestive health. Most of the focus centers around probiotics − the “soil” in our digestive tracts that works in tandem with enzymes, bile, hydrochloric acid, and other digestive “juices” to process the foods we eat. As it turns out, probiotics require their own food or “fertilizer” in order to function properly, and many people aren’t getting enough of it to support a healthy microbiome. In other words, their “soils” are deficient or altogether dead, resulting in inadequate uptake and assimilation of nutrients. Without Prebiotics, Probiotics Can’t Do Their Job You’re probably already familiar with probiotics because they’ve gotten a lot

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How Kale and Cruciferous Plants Help Prevent Colon…

Everywhere you look nowadays, you’re likely to find someone extolling the many health benefits of the “green superfood” kale. Nutritionists call it one of the healthiest and most nutrient-dense plant foods on Earth – and yes, it is rich in vitamins and minerals such as manganese, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Kale is also chock-full of health-giving, anti-aging antioxidants, including vitamin C, quercetin, kaempferol, and beta-carotene. Further, kale contains substances known as bile acid sequestrants, which can bind to bile acids in our gut and prevent them from being reabsorbed, thereby reducing the total amount of cholesterol in our system and potentially lowering our heart disease risk. Most exciting of all, though, kale and its other cruciferous relatives – including broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, turnips, kohlrabi, bok choy, and radishes – also contain natural compounds with protective effects against cancer. One of these is sulforaphane, which has been shown to help fight the very genesis of cancer in laboratory experiments, including in animals. Another is indole-3-carbinol (I3C), which has also been experimentally shown to help prevent cancer. I3C is made in our gut when cruciferous vegetables including kale and broccoli are digested – and a recent laboratory study

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Cruciferous Vegetables Prove Mainstream Medicine Wrong

Mainstream medicine’s message for decades has been that you cannot change the destiny of your genes. The profession as a whole has neglected to recognize the role of dietary changes in disease prevention, including cancer. Still, to this day, most conventional doctors will only say to patients, “you have to watch what you eat,” (if anything at all), which basically says nothing to the patient. If you are a regular subscriber of our weekly digest, or have watched our Eastern Medicine: Journey Through ASIA documentary, then you know that the food you eat matters! Every time you eat broccoli, broccoli sprouts, cauliflower, or Brussels sprouts, your body converts a key nutrient found in these tasty foods into another one that science has been aggressively researching for its anti-cancer potential. This converted nutrient, known as 3,3′-Diindolylmethane, or DIM, has shown incredible promise in the fight against cancer, demonstrating powerful chemo-protective action that may help in the prevention, suppression, and even reversal of cancer. The precursor to indole-3-carbinol (I3C), which itself is generated following the enzymatic hydrolysis, or breakdown, of glucobrassicin, an indole glucosinolate present in cruciferous vegetables, DIM has been shown in both animal and human studies to inhibit the development of cancer. One

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Bacteria is Best: Why a Healthy Gut Microbiome is Key…

Your body’s immune system and its role in cancer prevention really doesn’t get the attention it deserves in the prevailing paradigm of allopathic medicine. You’d be hard-pressed to find a conventional doctor or medical expert who’s willing or knowledgeable enough to talk about natural immunity in the context of keeping your body free of cancer. At least not to the full extent of its true capacity. And yet this information is vitally important. In fact, it just might be the most overlooked facet of cancer prevention that’s not being talked about by the conventional medical system today. Assuming you’re getting all the nutrients you need from food and supplements (and your body is effectively flushing waste and toxins as it’s supposed to), your immune system should be fully equipped on its own to naturally thwart cancer from ever taking hold. So why isn’t this the case for the tens of thousands of Americans who are diagnosed with cancer every year? The answer could lie in an underestimated component of your immune system that’s only just beginning to break the mainstream mold of thinking on this imperative issue: gut microflora. Beneficial Gut Bacteria and Immunity: Are You Protected? Inside your intestinal

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Why Grass-Fed Butter Is One of the Best Foods You Can…

By Ty BollingerJune 10, 2021One of the best animal-based fats you can eat is butter derived from pastured, grass-fed animals. It’s rich in butyrate, a short-chain saturated fatty acid that a healthy colon also produces from dietary fiber. Grass-fed butter is an amazing health food that aids in supplying the body with nutrient-dense fats while promoting a healthy digestive tract.Grass-fed butter is rich in fat-soluble vitamins like true vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin K, and vitamin E, as well as all of their naturally-occurring cofactors that aid in absorption. These butter “catalysts” or “activators,” as Dr. Weston Price once referred to them, are what our bodies use to effectively absorb vitamins and minerals. Without them, it wouldn’t matter how many nutrients we ingested – very few of them would actually make it to their intended targets.Butterfat is critical for sexual development and reproduction as its fat-soluble vitamins support healthy endocrine function. It also contains what’s known as the “Wulzen Factor,” or the “anti-stiffness” factor. Only present in raw animal fat, this substance protects humans and animals against calcification of the joints (aka degenerative arthritis). It also protects against hardening of the arteries, cataracts, and calcification of the pineal gland.Butter further

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5 Cancer-Fighting Essential Oils & 5 Ways to Use…

Essential oils are one of the most potent forms of plant-based medicine in the world. From killing viruses (like coronavirus), to promoting relaxation, to soothing skin scrapes, to supporting the immune system, essential oils offer countless benefits to your life.To be clear – the use of these oils is no “fad.” Essential oils have thousands of years of history in traditional medicine, in the most ancient of cultures. The Egyptians, the Chinese, the Greeks… they all used essential oils.From the times of Biblical medicine on through to today, essential oils are used throughout the world. Until fairly recently they’ve been better accepted and popular outside of the United States… but I’m happy to see that so many Americans are catching on to the immense benefits of these healing oils.One of my favorite examples of the long history and effectiveness of essential oils is about a group of thieves in England who, despite daily contact with corpses who had succumbed to the Black Death (the plague), didn’t get sick.The story goes that the King heard about these men who would enter the homes of those taken by the plague, rob them of all their valuables, yet did not fall ill from

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St. John’s Wort Plant: A Little Known Cancer Aid?

The yellow-flowering St. John’s Wort plant (SJW) is widely known as an herb that can help elevate mood and ease depression. What may not be known about this unassuming yet hardy plant (scientific name Hypericum perforatumis) is that its anti-inflammatory and detoxification capabilities may also provide assistance for those with cancer.St. John’s Wort and DepressionThe scientific evidence regarding St. John’s Wort and depression couldn’t be more clear. But just in case this is the first time you are hearing about the healing capabilities of the St. John’s Wort plant, here are just two of the major studies that have been done on the subject:A meta-analysis conducted in 1996 in Germany found that SJW extract (SJWE) is “more effective than placebo for the treatment of mild-to-moderate depression and less likely to cause side effects than commonly prescribed antidepressants;”According to the Cochrane Report of Systematic Reviews for 2008, St. John’s Wort is better than placebo for patients with major depression as well. They found that its effects were similar to typical antidepressants and resulted in much fewer (if any) side effects.If you are concerned about cancer or are dealing with a cancer diagnosis, research has found a direct link between depression and the development of

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The Down-Low on Dietary Fats: Are You Getting Enough of…

It was March 1984 when TIME magazine published a famous issue featuring on its cover a plate containing two eggs cooked sunny side up with a single strip of bacon placed directly underneath them. The two yolks and their surrounding whites were positioned as eyes, and the bacon strip below was curved downwards to look like a frown. Printed above this face-like display of breakfast food was the word “CHOLESTEROL” in bold, followed by the ominous words, “And Now the Bad News…” immediately below it.Eager to learn what was so bad about these two foods that they had grown up eating, concerned readers across America opened that chilling cover and flipped through the pages until they were greeted with the headline of doom…“Sorry, It’s True. Cholesterol Really Is A Killer.” The succeeding article text went on to declare that cholesterol and dietary fats of the saturated persuasion are both unhealthy. It was the nutrition shot heard around the world that would spark the low-fat diet craze of the 80s, setting off several decades’ worth of misguided dietary advice.The public was encouraged to avoid foods like butter in exchange for margarine, and so-called “vegetable” oils were pushed as a healthy alternative

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Infrared Sauna Benefits for Cancer & Other…

Editor’s note: This post was originally published in March 2017. It has been updated and republished in January 2019.When you hear the word sauna, what goes through your mind? Perhaps a small, scorching room lined with wooden benches centered around a pile of very hot rocks. Or maybe you think of steam blasting all around you in a similarly close-quartered space filled with strangers in towels.Sauna is actually a healing tradition that dates back more than 2,000 years. Immersing oneself in a high-temperature sauna environment causes the body to sweat, which even in primitive times was recognized as an effective way to cleanse the body and eliminate waste via the skin.The routine use of a sauna is one of the most effective means by which to detoxify the body, rejuvenate its cellular system, and promote a vibrant, disease-free life.Near, Mid, and Far: The 3 Types of Infrared SaunaThe use of heat therapy really isn’t new in the realm of the healing arts, but technological advances that capitalize on infrared energy have made it possible to generate heat in just the right spots with pinpointed precision, hence the advent of the infrared sauna.There are three distinct types of infrared wavelengths that generate

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Fluoride—Drinking Ourselves to Death?

There’s nothing like a glass of cool, clear water to quench your thirst! But the next time you turn on the tap, you might want to question whether that water is in fact, too toxic to drink. If your water is fluoridated, the answer is likely yes. For decades, we have been told a lie; a lie that has led to the deaths of millions of Americans and weakened the immune system of tens of millions more. THIS LIE IS CALLED FLUORIDATION: The process of dripping fluoride into our municipal water supplies, which we were told was a safe and effective method of protecting our teeth from decay, but realistically, it is a deception of monumental proportions.Remember the enormous Bárðarbunga volcanic eruption in Iceland in 2014-2015? Animals in southern Iceland were at risk of fluoride poisoning if they inhaled or ingested the ash from the eruption. Fluoride poisoning can lead to internal bleeding, long-term bone damage and tooth loss, according to BBC News (April 19, 2010):The fluoride in the ash creates acid in the animals’ stomachs, corroding the intestines resulting in hemorrhages. It also binds with calcium in the bloodstream and after heavy exposure over a period of days makes

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BUSTED! Top 5 Cancer Myths

By Ty BollingerApril 12, 20217,147 Facebook SharesYou probably hear a lot of conflicting information about cancer. There seems to be so many opinions about what causes cancer, who is at highest risk, and how you can beat it.So what are the facts about cancer and what are myths? Some of the truths behind common misconceptions about cancer may surprise you…5 Common Myths about Cancer1. Cancer is genetic so nothing can prevent whether or not you are diagnosed. This is one of the biggest myths because experts estimate that more than half of cancer diagnoses can be prevented. Less than 5% of all cancers have a genetic link. A vast majority of cancers are caused by environmental toxicity.2. Cancer isn’t common in children. Every day, more than 40 children are diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. alone – with more than 175,000 thousand children being diagnosed worldwide each year. Cancer is the #1 disease killer of children. Every day, cancer (and cancer treatments) will claim the lives of 5 American children – more than complications from congenital birth defects, type 1 diabetes, and asthma combined. The survival rates among children with cancer are not improving because the conventional treatments (chemo and radiation) make things worse

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7 Tips to Cancer-Proof Your Home

By Ty BollingerApril 11, 20217,208 Facebook SharesCancer is a threat to every person on the planet. Although scientists are unclear as to why some people get cancer and others do not, there are known factors that increase your risk of being diagnosed with this deadly disease.Cancer develops when your cells are damaged but do not self-destruct or are not destroyed by your immune system. They then mutate and begin to multiply out of control. That is why it is essential to cancer proof your home.Many things can lead to the initial cellular damage. Environmental pollution, nutritional deficiency, overall physical health, and family history are evaluated when cancer is detected.As individuals, it is important to minimize as many “outside” influences in regards to cancer as possible. Risks that we can personally change are a step in the right direction.Maintaining a healthy bodyweight, quitting smoking, and avoiding too much unprotected exposure to ultraviolet light are well known changes you can make to your lifestyle to lower your risk.There are several others that are not as commonly known…Cancer-Proof Your Home in 7 Steps1. Monitor the radon levels in your home. Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that comes from the natural breakdown of

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