Sep 26

Milk is for babies. Cows’ milk is not beneficial for humans. It’s for baby cows.

However, if you want to have milk and cheese in your diet, then raw goats milk & cheese is a much, much better choice.

But, but, but … humans need meat and milk to be “strong and energetic”.

And where else could you possibly get your protein?

Think again …

Here are some raw vegans …


Where do you think do they’ve got their protein from?

And here is a human vegan …

And the kicker:

Milk is leaching calcium from the body! (… which explains why the countries with the highest milk intake also have the highest rates of osteoporosis.)


Shaolin Kung Fu … Exposing The Great Meat Protein Myth (Video)

Dairy industry murdered 500,000 dairy cows just to keep milk prices high:

Four big names in the dairy industry reportedly conspired to artificially inflate the cost of dairy products in the United States. The market fraud occurred between 2004 and 2008 when milk prices increased 66 cents per hundredweight.

The increase was made possible through a pact between several major milk brands that unnecessarily slaughtered a substantial number of dairy cows. Continue reading »

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Dec 04

From the article:

“Borax, similar to the equally endangered Lugol’s iodine solution, can also be used to remove accumulated fluoride and heavy metals from the body (14). Fluoride not only causes bones to deteriorate, but also the pineal gland to calcify and the thyroid to become underactive.”

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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
– Hippocrates

“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.”
– Hippocrates

Bread, eggs, milk and meat contain practically NO boron!!!

Meat contains 0,04 mg boron per 100 g.

Milk contains 0,03 mg boron per 100 g.

Eggs contain 0,07 mg boron per 100 g.


Corn Salad (Valerianella Locusta) contains 27,5 – 35 mg boron per 100 g.

Quinces 8,6 -17,4 mg per 100 g.

Dandelion 8,5 -16 mg per 100 g.

Beetroot 2,1 mg per 100 g.

Lapacho contains high amounts of boron.

I see borax as a short-term cure and consider it to be of the utmost importance to rely on a healthy diet as long-term cure and prevention of any and all disease.

If you are drinking green vegetable juices (Carrots, beets, spinach, salad, cucumber etc.) and include herbs like nettles, dandelion, goatweed, chickweed, then you are bombarding the body with vital nutrients in the best and readily available form.

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Short version of the article as published in Nexus Magazine (PDF): The Borax-Conspiracy

Full article translated into German (PDF): Die Borax-Verschwörung: Das Aus für die Arthrose-Heilung

For German readers: Arthritis has been wrongly translated as ‘Arthrose’.

Arthritis is Arthritis (=Gelenkentzündung) in German.

Article (in full – PDF): The Borax Conspiracy How the Arthritis Cure has been Stopped

The Borax Conspiracy:

How the Arthritis Cure has been Stopped

Walter Last

You may not be able to imagine that borax, this humble insecticide and laundry detergent, has the potential of singlehandedly bringing down our entire economic system. But you do not need to worry, the danger has been recognised and the necessary steps are already being taken to defuse the situation. I will start with the basics and you will understand what I mean as the story unfolds.

Borax is a naturally occurring mineral commonly mined from dried salt lakes, and is the source of other manufactured boron compounds. The main deposits are in California and Turkey. Chemical names are sodium tetraborate decahydrate, disodium tetraborate decahydrate, or simply sodium borate. This means it contains four atoms of boron as its central feature combined with two sodium atoms and ten molecules (or sometimes less) of crystallisation water – decahydrate means 10 water molecules, pentahydrate 5, and anhydrate or anhydrous borax means no crystallisation water; chemically it is all the same. Continue reading »

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Jun 15

Vitamin D and osteoporosis: How this ‘miracle’ vitamin can restore optimum bone health in men and women (Natural News, June 4, 2014):

More than 50 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis, literally “porous bones,” a condition that occurs when your body doesn’t replace bone cells that are lost naturally over time. (1) Lose too much bone, and your bone density drops, making you much more prone to fractures, especially as you age. Vitamin D has been identified as a primary role player in preventing osteoporosis. Here’s how it can help you prevent the disease:

Vitamin D and healthy bones

Nearly everyone understands that calcium is important for developing healthy, strong bones: Calcium helps bones remineralize and make new bone cells to prevent weaknesses and fractures. But many people are unaware that, without adequate vitamin D, calcium would be unable to do its job. Continue reading »

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Sep 15



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Jun 01

Bisphosphonate drug treatment for osteoporosis causes MORE bone fractures, not less (Natural News, June 1, 2012)

Natural medicine is, of course, much better for your overall health, but when you have to take something Big Pharma manufactures, you should at least be able to expect that it will do what it’s supposed to do.

Not so with bisphosphonates, drugs that are supposed to improve bone strength in patients at risk of or saddled with osteoporosis. They, instead, seem to worsen it.

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Mar 12


(NaturalNews) There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency sweeping across our modern world, and it’s an epidemic of such depth and seriousness that it makes the H1N1 swine flu epidemic look like a case of the sniffles by comparison. Vitamin D deficiency is not only alarmingly widespread, it’s also a root cause of many other serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis and heart disease.

A new study published in the March, 2010 issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that a jaw-dropping 59 percent of the population is vitamin D deficient. In addition, nearly 25 percent of the study subjects were found to have extremely low levels of vitamin D.

Lead author of the study, Dr. Richard Kremer at the McGill University Health Center, said “Abnormal levels of vitamin D are associated with a whole spectrum of diseases, including cancer, osteoporosis, and diabetes, as well as cardiovascular and autoimmune disorders.”

This new study also documents a clear link between vitamin D deficiency and stored body fat. This supports a theory I’ve espoused here on NaturalNews for many years: That sunshine actually promote body fat loss. Vitamin D may be the hormonal mechanism by which this fat loss phenomenon operates.

The research findings on vitamin D, by the way, get even better…

Activator for the immune system

Recent research carried out at the University of Copenhagen has revealed that vitamin D activates the immune system by “arming” T cells to fight off infections. Continue reading »

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Nov 25

The sunshine vitamin

(NaturalNews) The fact that vitamin D prevents cancer is now so well known that even some conventional physicians are beginning to recommend it. Vitamin D prevents 77% of all cancers, after all. That’s as close to a “cure” for cancer as you’ll ever get (and it’s free, too, since you can make it yourself!).

But did you also know that vitamin D prevents heart disease? In fact, most people suffering from heart disease are chronically deficient in vitamin D. By correcting their vitamin D levels (through sunlight exposure or by taking vitamin D3 supplements), people can simultaneously halt cancer and prevent heart disease, too.

Here’s a collection of research revealing the amazing power of this “miracle” vitamin to eliminate heart disease. I’d like to add, though, that the previously recommended daily intake of 400 IUs of vitamin D is now considered hazardously low. Most nutritionally-aware doctors and naturopaths are now recommending anywhere from 1,000 – 4000 IUs per day of vitamin D supplementation. Of course, you don’t need any vitamin D supplements if you get sufficient sunlight on your skin on a regular basis.

Vitamin D prevents heart disease

Diabetes, both type-1 and type-2, are profoundly linked to low vitamin D levels. Obesity, heart disease, hypertension and stroke are inversely related to sunlight exposure and vitamin D levels. Psoriasis, eczema, and periodontal disease are lessened by sunlight exposure and high serum vitamin D. Fertility is positively influenced by sunlight exposure and high vitamin D levels. Sunlight enhances immune system function by producing vitamin D. Dozens of disorders other than those mentioned in this summary are related to vitamin D deficiency.
– Solar Power for Optimal Health by Marc Sorenson

Vitamin D supplements are likely to be useful in preventing diabetes in areas where vitamin D deficiency is common. In a 1997 study looking at the links between environmental factors and Type II diabetes, vitamin D levels were assessed in 142 Dutch men aged from 70 to 88 years of age. Thirty-nine per cent were found to have low vitamin D levels and tests showed that low vitamin D levels increased the risk of glucose intolerance. Heart disease: Low vitamin D levels may also increase the risk of atherosclerosis.
– The New Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals, Supplements, and Herbs: How They Are Best Used to Promote Health and Well Being by Nicola Reavley

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Sep 29

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