Salt and Lemon Water – 19 Balancing Benefits of This Two-Ingredient Morning Tonic

Salt and Lemon Water - 19 Balancing Benefits of This Two-Ingredient Morning Tonic

This simple drink can boost your morning health and wellness regimen — and it’s so easy to make. There are a number of professional athletes and Olympians who start their morning with lemon and salt water, which may say something about its effectiveness.

A 10-ounce glass of warm lemon water with Himalayan salt in the morning can increase your immune function, decrease uric acid to fight inflammation, improve digestion, and balance your body. These benefits can be attributed to the vitamin C content of the lemon juice as well as the essential minerals contained in Himalayan salt. This simple morning drink promotes vitality, health, and overall wellness, and may even improve your sex drive!

The Enemy Wears Lab Coats

The Enemy Wears Lab Coats

Nearly 92 million U.S. adults, or about 38 percent of the population, took a legitimately prescribed opioid like OxyContin or Percocet in 2015, according to results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

One out of five Americans say they personally know someone who has been addicted to opioids or prescription painkillers.

Dr Zoltan Rona MD

Dr Zoltan Rona MD

Elaine Wilhelm writes: Dr. Rona was writing about CFS/FM and autoimmune conditions in the early 90s. I never found a doctor that understood these conditions better than he does!

Soy found to be ‘unfit for human consumption’ and what the industry never told you about it


This is a great article on soy, butter and other fats and hemp. The chemical industry perpetually uses devious tactics to con health-seeking people into poisoning themselves. The confusion existing around fats and oils is intentional, and it is designed to prevent us from making healthier choices.

Of particular interest was the fact that in Asia, soy is no longer fermented using the traditional processes and as a result Asians are less healthy.

Tetanus Vaccine Causes a New Disease Known as Antiphospholipid Syndrome

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The vaccine junta is not only unconcerned with vaccine-induced diseases, it’s massively gearing up this vaccine arms race against the human race. It’s known that tetanus vaccine causes a new disease, antiphospholipid syndrome. New adjuvants are composed of phospholipids, a potential disaster.

The tetanus vaccine causes a new disease known both as Hughes syndrome and antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). It’s an autoimmune condition that can attack any part of the body, though is best noted for heart attacks and killing fetuses. It’s likely that APS will become more common with the new generation of vaccine adjuvants now being produced.

The sufferers of (APS) are mostly women, and its diagnosis is often made as a result of multiple pregnancy losses. As is typical of new diseases, research is focused on finding a genetic cause, in spite of the fact that the connection with vaccines is well known and documented.

As the name implies, APS is a condition in which phospholipids, natural and necessary substances required by every part of the body, is seen as an infectious agent by the immune system. So, this substance that exists in every cell becomes subject to attack.

How you can avoid the #1 dietary risk factor for death

 fruits and vegetables

Learn an easy way to live longer and save money by making a daily change in your diet.

The Global Burden of Disease Study, published in 2012, is the most comprehensive and systematic analysis of causes of death undertaken to date, involving nearly 500 researchers from more than 300 institutions in 50 countries, and starting with almost 100,000 data sources. What did the researchers find? Here in the U.S., they determined that our biggest killer was our diet.

Number 1 on their list of the most important dietary risks was not eating enough fruit, responsible for an estimated 4.9 million deaths a year around the world.

According to the Union of Concerned Scientists:

“If Americans ate just one more serving of fruits or vegetables per day, this would save more than 30,000 lives and $5 billion in medical costs each year.”

One antidote for individuals is easy, painless, and even pleasurable: exploit the multiple nutritional and protective benefits of fruits and vegetables.

(I am doing a pretty good job on this one. For breakfast I cut up an apple, orange, kiwifruit, banana, add a passionfruit, some frozen blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and mango. I have half of it at breakfast with my vits and NutriBlast followed by some protein and the rest of the fruit salad I eat later.)