Detoxing Your Liver

Did you know that the liver is the most important detoxifying organ in the body? When the liver cannot neutralize and dispose of toxins, those toxins accumulate in the body. Two nutrients for promoting healthy liver function are milk thistle and glutathione. When you read the ingredient list of my detox formula you will note milk thistle high on the list of ingredients. Because the body cannot effectively take in glutathione as a supplement I use dozens of ingredients that boost the ability of the body to make glutathione.

The Potential Effects of Probiotics and ?-3 Fatty Acids on Chronic Low-Grade Inflammation

Gut Lining States

Chronic low-grade inflammation negatively impacts health and is associated with aging and obesity, among other health outcomes. A large number of immune mediators are present in the digestive tract and interact with gut bacteria to impact immune function. The gut microbiota itself is also an important initiator of inflammation, for example by releasing compounds such as lipopolysaccharides (LPS) that may influence cytokine production and immune cell function. Certain nutrients (e.g., probiotics, ?-3 fatty acids [FA]) may increase gut microbiota diversity and reduce inflammation. Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria, among others, prevent gut hyperpermeability and lower LPS-dependent chronic low-grade inflammation. Furthermore, ?-3 FA generate positive effects on inflammation-related conditions (e.g., hypertriglyceridemia, diabetes) by interacting with immune, metabolic, and inflammatory pathways. O-3 FA also increase LPS-suppressing bacteria (i.e., Bifidobacteria) and decrease LPS-producing bacteria (i.e., Enterobacteria). Additionally, ?-3 FA appear to promote short-chain FA production. Therefore, combining probiotics with ?-3 FA presents a promising strategy to promote beneficial immune regulation via the gut microbiota, with potential beneficial effects on conditions of inflammatory origin, as commonly experienced by aged and obese individuals, as well as improvements in gut-brain-axis communication

Some Observations on Children

Who of us is mature enough for offspring before the offspring themselves arrive? The value of marriage is not that adults produce children but that children produce adults. – Peter De Vries

A two-year-old is like having a blender, but you don’t have a top to it. – Jerry Seinfeld

Hanging out with my two-year-old is basically one big suicide watch. Their mission is to find one way after another of offing themselves – piss in an electric socket, lick a pit bull’s nose…and your job as a parent is to stop it before it happens. – Michael J. Fox

Ten Stages Of Genocide

Ten Stages Of Genocide

Nikki writes:

Stage…6? Careful folks, it’s a slippery slope we’re on, and hard to see what’s happening. The manipulation is so extreme that most think that what they are doing/allowing is right and just. But the world we are heading into if this continues is not going to be one you want to live in. It’s certainly not going to protect you.

If you want to protect people – TRULY protect all humans and keep them healthy – perhaps start listening a little more to your friendly neighborhood “conspiracy theorist”. They are talking more sense than you know. Get curious.

It might not look like the atrocities you’ve seen on the news, but if you zoom out, it’s happening. It’s insidious. It’s hiding in plain site. It’s strategic. It’s intentional. This is happening, my friends.

And so, we are turning against each other. We are in a war. We are massively discriminating against those who oppose or have questions, giving up our basic rights, participating in a MASSIVE transfer of wealth and power to corporations masquerading as altruistic organizations and allowing our humanity to be taken away.

Meanwhile, MILLIONS are and have been dying every day from food insecurity, malnutrition, lack of clean water, pollution, literal oxicity/poisoning,/medical contamination –> cancer, iatrogenic injury from the pharmaceutical medical machine, addiction, suicide and loneliness, the list goes on.

All these things are now predicted to rise exponentially because of what we are doing right now.

COVID-19 The Great Reset

COVID-19 The Great Reset

This book, by the founder of the World Economic Forum (the institution that partnered with the WHO to declare a pandemic of international concern in March, and is behind the call to impose lockdowns on the majority of the world’s population) states openly that the virus itself is of little concern, and that lockdown measures will continue indefinitely to push through automation and digital technologies that benefit corporations at the expense of the poor and the third world.

The billionaires are not hiding that they benefit from the pandemic response while millions are being starved, deprived of their livelihoods, and kept apart from their families and communities.

The CDC and UN have stated openly that many more people have died or become ill, and will continue to do so, as a result of lockdown measures that have been affected by the virus itself.
Non-cooperation and saying I Do Not Consent are not going to stop this. The whole system that allows this violence to continue needs to be burned to the ground. The media, education, political, legal, banking, trade, medical and industrial systems all need to go.

An excerpt:
“In one form or another, social- and physical-distancing measures are likely to persist after the pandemic itself subsides, justifying the decision in many companies from different industries to accelerate automation.

After a while, the enduring concerns about technological unemployment will recede as societies emphasize the need to restructure the workplace in a way that minimizes close human contact.

Indeed, automation technologies are particularly well suited to a world in which human beings can’t get too close to each other or are willing to reduce their interactions. Our lingering and possibly lasting fear of being infected with a virus (COVID-19 or another) will thus speed the relentless march of automation, particularly in the fields most susceptible to automation.

In 2016, two academics from Oxford University came to the conclusion that up to 86% of jobs in restaurants, 75% of jobs in retail and 59% of jobs in entertainment could be automatized by 2035.

These three industries are among those the hardest hit by the pandemic and in which automating for reasons of hygiene and cleanliness will be a necessity that in turn will further accelerate the transition towards more tech and more digital.

There is an additional phenomenon set to support the expansion of automation: when “economic distancing” might follow social distancing. As countries turn inward and global companies shorten their super-efficient but highly fragile supply chains, automation and robots that enable more local production, while keeping costs down, will be in great demand.

The process of automation was set in motion many years ago, but the critical issue once again relates to the accelerating pace of change and transition: the pandemic will fast-forward the adoption of automation in the workplace and the introduction of more robots in our personal and professional lives.

From the onset of the lockdowns, it became apparent that robots and AI were a “natural” alternative when human labour was not available. Furthermore, they were used whenever possible to reduce the health risks to human employees. At a time when physical distancing became an obligation, robots were deployed in places as different as warehouses, supermarkets and hospitals in a broad range of activities, from shelf scanning (an area in which AI has made tremendous forays) to cleaning and of course robotic delivery – a soon-to-be important component of healthcare supply chains that will in turn lead to the “contactless” delivery of groceries and other essentials.

As for many other technologies that were on the distant horizon in terms of adoption (like telemedicine), businesses, consumers and public authorities are now rushing to turbocharge the speed of adoption. “

This is from the Conclusion to the book, page 247.

“There is no denying that the COVID-19 virus has more often than not been a personal catastrophe for the millions affected by it, and for their families and communities. However, at a global level, if viewed in terms of the percentage of the global population affected, the corona crisis is (so far) one of the least deadly pandemics the world has experienced over the last 2000 years. In all likelihood, unless the pandemic evolves in an unforeseen way, the consequences of COVID-19 in terms of health and mortality will be mild compared to previous pandemics. At the end of June 2020, COVID-19 has killed less than 0.006% of the world population. To put this low figure into context, the Spanish flu killed 2.7% of the world’s population and HIV/AIDS 0.6%”