Vaccination Fact vs. Fiction

Who are they kidding?  The only people that get whooping cough are those that have been vaccinated. This is nothing but brain-washing.

“New data suggests that anti-vaccine activists may be influencing a growing number of affluent parents into opting out of immunization shots for their children.  Epidemiologist Lolita McDavid with the Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland joins to help discern vaccine facts vs. fiction.”

The problem is parents  are getting informed and the vaccine manufacturers are losing money.  It’s all about the money.  They don’t care how many children die, just so long as they make a buck. This is nothing but propaganda.

Watch this video and tell me they aren’t doing this on purpose.  It’s just not possible.

Do your homework! Please your children are depending on you to protect them.

 

We’ve been sold a bill of goods!

Everything you thought you knew is a big fat lie…

Antibacterial Finished Acrylic Medium Weight Yarn

Antibacterial Finished Acrylic Medium Weight Yarn!  WHY?

Use margarine, not butter. Use Canola oil, not lard.  Don’t use salt it’s bad for you… The list goes on and on.  It’s all been a lie, just to sell us more stuff. Well, you know that antibacterial soap, hand sanitizer, and the wipes they tell us we need?  You guessed it, all lies.  Listen to this…

The biggest marketing scam about these antibacterial soaps is that “they keep the germs at bay, protecting the individual from sickness.” This marketing lie tries to completely hide the fact that the average human comes into contact with hundreds of thousands of bacteria and viruses daily, and it’s the human immune system that prevents the illness, not the toxic  soap. The only thing the soap does is encourage bacteria strains to adapt and grow smarter and stronger, allowing new super-bugs to attack the immune system later on with more force and variability.

On top of that, methylisothiazolinone-laced products incite nerve damage. Similar in chemical structure to Agent Orange, the toxic soap preservative is often dished out on the American dinner table, as a thin layer of dish soap poison. The nerve toxin is so dangerous, Japan’s Standard for Cosmetics restricts its use in body care, while Canada has placed the toxic preservative on its Prohibited and Restricted Cosmetics Ingredients list.  [Read more…]

If you haven’t already started, take a look at the things you buy.  What’s in them?  These are not just harmless little chemicals.  They have lasting repercussions.  All those chemicals that you can’t pronounce are causing allergic rashes, they contaminate the drinking water, harm the fish and wreck havoc on the environment.

There are alternatives.  I’ve started making my own laundry soap.  It’s so cheap. There are tons of recipes, so don’t be afraid to experiment. I think I’ll try this one next. This is an awesome shampoo but there are many others.  You pay a little more, use a little less, the environment and your health wins.

So long as they can make a buck off us, they will keep producing garbage.  You deserve the best and your health may depend on it, so demand only the best.  You are worth it!

As for me?  I am getting as dirty as possible.  I believe those germs can keep me from getting sick.  So, I’m trying to get back to nature.  Try something new!

These articles might scare the pants off of you, but you need to know…

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Market is playing catch up!

We had a bunch of errands to run in Merced and decided to stop off at Costco. They were having a sale on Nutiva Coconut Oil – 74 oz. for $14.99 – organic.  For that price  I can’t help but wonder if there isn’t something wrong with it. I’ve got five in the pantry and I’ve been using one for what seems like forever.  I can’t find a thing wrong with it.

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (There is no such thing as extra virgin…)

I have to say I was pretty dismayed at the amount of organic food available.  I was looking for organic staples: flour, sugar, corn meal, rice and beans. What I found was crackers, soups, cookies and other assorted items of prepackaged food that I don’t trust anymore.  I’m tired of buying stuff with things I can’t pronounce and ingredients I have no idea what they are.  If I can’t make it in my kitchen, our family is not going to eat it.

I was happy to see they had packages of grass-fed ground beef that were very reasonably priced. Sadly, they didn’t have any other types of organic beef or any other organic meats.  The Modesto location seems to have a better selection, but I haven’t been there for awhile, so it’s hard to say.

There are deals to be had in the organic market.  Look for deals on beef during the month of October.  When you find them though, stock up because once the supply is gone, the price shoots back up, and it’ll stay up until Spring.  Consider canning the beef, chicken, pork, etc… instead of freezing it.  The meat will last longer and will be tastier, and most of the cooking will already be done.  It’s just a real nice thing to have on hand.

I think we’ll find a lot of organic food to choose from come Spring. Plan ahead.  What does your family like to eat?  Make a list! What items would you like for them to start eating? Search for recipes that use those items. Buy extra when items are cheap and either can, freeze or dry them for later.

Get to know your neighbors, plant a garden. If we demand organic food, things will change, slowly…

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