Vaccines, especially compulsory inoculations, are one of today’s hot topics. Deploying what could be interpreted as scare tactics while ignoring factual evidence and personal testimonies, mainstream media and government officials have aligned themselves with the Big Pharma firms that make
Imagine: a compound found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables that shows promise in treating autism, cancer, and a host of neurodegenerative diseases. Please take note, however, that crucifers may have a dark side. Read on…
Reader asks, “I barely had time to read this article called ‘Five foolish reasons people give to avoid the flu vaccine’ that was recently posted on Alternet and has since been taken offline. Is this author’s ideas worth considering, or
In 2009, Naturally Good Magazine published Sarah Cain’s report called Vaccine Secrets: Institutionalized Insanity that listed vaccine ingredients and their known side effects.
Reader asks, “Has organic sulfur helped autistic children?”
In 2012 the CDC reported that autism now affects 1 in 88 children in the United States. While the report was based on 4-year-old data, it’s clear that autism is a major health concern.
Patrick McGean, director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study, reported recently that 19 children in his worldwide study are no longer autistic after taking organic sulfur — a crystalline food and vital mineral missing from most people’s diet.