People love to hype the “benefits” of the paleo diet, apparently forgetting that the paleolithic life expectancy was 33.
Go vegan instead: for the animals, for the environment AND for your health—vegans and vegetarians live an average of 8 years longer than omnivores.
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Doing the right thing, even if it means healing people with cancer, isn’t always a good thing. In fact, it just may land you some serious jail time and get you listed on Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization), which warns against and watches over big-time war criminals, terrorists or the likes of mass murderers.Just ask Greg Caton, a U.S. citizen and the Founder of Alpha Omega Labs who was legally selling plant-based topical herbs in Ecuador. One minute Caton was helping sick people, selflessly dedicating his time to heal others. Then, in 1999, he was approached at gunpoint in his own driveway by U.S officials, flown back to the U.S and put in federal prison for two years.At the height of this breaking news story, mainstream media did not cover the story. Surely, there was a popular music video or fashion statement that took precedence, or some other reason those with the ability to help knowingly turned a blind eye about Caton’s abduction. However, our own Mike Adams was the first to break this unbelievable story. He says he has testimonials from several esteemed individuals that prove Caton’s herbs could cure and help those with cancer, including one from a former NASA astronaut.
As if Caton’s imprisonment wasn’t shocking enough, the U.S. FDA actually got him listed on Interpol, a police organization that aims to rid the world of dangerous folks like escaped fugitives and terrorists. Mike Adams, Natural News’s Health Ranger, expresses the frustration behind the story saying, “that’s how desperate they are. You can’t sell herbs that actually cure cancer in America.”
Not only has Caton been on the Interpol list, but a Parade magazine cover featured his image below Osama bin Laden as part of a story about America’s most wanted criminals.
Adams says such outrage “shows the criminality of the U.S. government and the desperation that is trying to intimidate those that are trying to promote natural cancer therapies.”
While no longer serving prison time, Caton still faces incredible difficulties when it comes to offering helpful, plant-based topical herbs to people with cancer.
In fact, in April 2013 on his herbal site http://www.altcancer.com/ Caton writes, “One of the fallacies that many people presume is that operating in a small country, such as Ecuador, frees one from political intrigue or the usual bureaucratic encoutrement that is more widely associated with business in larger more industrialized countries. It isn’t true.”
He explains that, without warning, he was told to close his doors, saying that it “poses quite an imposition for our retail customers, not to mention our resellers . . . but this is the current regulatory environment in which we live, globally. During this ‘down time,’ we will continue to support our existing customers with any product information they need.” He urges people to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, greed and secrecy is the name of the game. Clearly, big-pharma, government and everyone else choosing to ignore the natural healing cures that exist are doing so for reasons of personal profit and maintaining industry clout among peers. Plots, bribes and falsely skewed information are the norm and herbal remedies that cure diseases are not.
What do sugary beverage companies and the military have in common?
Even if you don’t personally drink soda, WATCH anyway and share copiously with those you know that DO drink soda.
There is something very wrong with the entire national system if, in 2014, a country’s lower-income citizens can only afford McDonald’s burgers, and never vegetables. In the same way that clean water and education are basic rights, so should daily access to healthy, fresh food be a top priority of governments. Children in particular deserve no less.
But this would require a revamp of the entire food production system, including re-allotments of the subsidies that make it possible for a burger to sell for $1. We take that price tag for granted, and yet one pound of beef requires far more infrastructure, maintenance, feed, and water to produce than one pound of potatoes. This cheap, meat-centric, fast food diet is enabled by what meat and corn industry lobbyists are allowed to accomplish.