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Antidepressant drugs don’t work – official study (Independent)

Not only does Prozac not work, but it destroys the brain and your health.

side-effects_death Side Effects: Death. Confessions of a Pharma-Insider:

“Side Effects: Death” is the true story of corruption, bribery and fraud written by Dr. John Virapen, who has been called THE Big Pharma Insider. During his 35 years in the pharmaceutical industry internationally (most notably as general manager of Eli Lilly and Company in Sweden), Virapen was responsible for the marketing of several drugs, all of them with side effects. Now, Virapen is coming clean and telling all of the little secrets you were never intended to know! Nebenwirkung Tod. Korruption in der Pharma-Industrie. Ein Ex-Manager packt aus

Big Pharma criminals of the worst kind!

Fluoride is the main ingredient in rat poison and in Prozac. It is also used in Sarin nerve gas.

Prozac could end misery of premenstrual syndrome


Millions of women could be spared the monthly misery of premenstrual syndrome by taking a small dose of the anti-depressant Prozac, a study suggests.

British researchers have discovered that the commonly prescribed pill can block the changes in the body that cause the “symptoms” of the debilitating condition, which effects three quarters of women.

And because it has already been tested, it should mean that it could be available much more quickly than new drugs that have to go through numerous safety trials.

“A lot of women have it and a lot of men are on the receiving end of it,” said Dr Thelma Lovick, who led the research at the University of Birmingham.

“Some women really suffer and their families suffer as a result. The solution could be as simple as taking a pill for a few days towards the ends of your menstrual cycle.’”

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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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