Sugar: A white poison

Sufyan Awan Student, University of Agriculture Faisalabad There was a time when people eat Healthy homemade sugar (gurr) and live a long, healthy life. Then suddenly a new scientific approach introduced and it totally put us apart from health and harmony, in villages specially, and started to produce White sugar. Within few decades, sugar industry […]

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GMOs cause cancer in human

GMOs and Cancer

In November 2012, the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology published a paper titled Long Term Toxicity of Roundup Herbicide and a Roundup-Tolerant genetically modified maize by Gilles-Eric Seralini and his team of researchers at France’s Caen University. (source) It was a very significant study that made a lot of noise worldwide, the first of its kind under controlled conditions that […]

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Chlorophyll Can Help Treat Cancer

Chlorophyll is a pigment found in dark green plants that is important for photosynthesis to take place; however, this pigment does more than just facilitate energy production in plants. According to Michael T. Simonich of the Linus Pauling Institute, chlorophyll actually helps fight cancer cell growth and acts as an antioxidant in the body. Chlorophyll […]

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Pesticides and polio

By: Jonathan Benson One of the most common arguments people often use to defend vaccinations alleges that vaccines are responsible for eradicating epidemic diseases of the past such as polio and smallpox. But a recent investigative review put together by Jeffry John Aufderheide over at VacTruth.com explains not only why this claim is untrue, but […]

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Consumer alert: Most common vitamins found to contain GMOs

Tuesday, July 30, 2013by Mike Adams, the Health RangerEditor of NaturalNews.com A Natural News investigation reveals that an alarmingly large number of multivitamins and individual nutrient vitamins are formulated with ingredients derived from genetically modified corn.This is the “dirty little secret” of the vitamin industry, but it’s not one the mainstream media will touch because […]

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Facts on Black Pepper Plants

By Carol Wiley, eHow Contributor Black pepper plants, scientifically known as Piper nigrum, are climbing vines with branches. These woody perennial vines produce fleshy fruits called drupes that contain a single seed. The dried fruits are called peppercorns. Black pepper plants belong to the plant family Piperaceae and are native to tropical forests in regions […]

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