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8 Health Benefits of Baking Soda:

1. Treat Colds and the Flu
In 1918, the Spanish flu was sweeping the country. This deadly strain of the flu ended up killing an incredible 50 to 100 million people worldwide, 3-6% of the world’s population at that time. And yet doctors eventually figured out that there was a fairly effective way to prevent the flu, or cure it in its early stages. The answer lied with baking soda.
A prominent physician named Dr. Volney S. Cheney discovered that very few people who took baking soda contracted the disease at the time, and those who did contract it had very mild attacks.

So, what’s the recommended dose if you want to use baking soda to treat a cold or flu?
Day 1: Take 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, every 2 hours – 6 dosages total.
Day 2: Take 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, every 2 hours – 4 dosages total.
Day 3: Take 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, once in the morning and in the evening – 2 dosages total.
Day 4+: Take 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, once each morning until cold is cured.

2. Eliminate Stinky Breath
Baking soda works wonders eliminating bad odors. And, that includes bad breath.
Simply mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, to gargle.

3. Treat Bladder Infections
Bacteria love slightly acidic environments, which is why so many people get bladder infections. The environment in the bladder is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria.
You can effectively treat bladder infections by mixing baking soda and water, and drinking it daily until the infection is gone. Dosages vary, so you might want to start with half a teaspoon of baking soda in one cup of water.

4. Soothe Sunburns and Other Skin Irritations
Baking soda is wonderfully soothing for sunburns, bites, and other skin irritations. Simply mix baking soda with a bit of water until it forms a paste, and then dab it on the affected area. For sunburns, add plenty of baking soda to your bath water for a soothing soak.

5. Deodorize Stinky Feet
Soaking stinky feet in a bowl of baking soda and water will neutralize bacterial acid, and eliminate the stink.

6. Protect Your Tooth Enamel
Some foods, like lemon juice, eat away at your tooth enamel. To protect your enamel, mix baking soda with water and gargle several times a day. Alternatively, brushing your teeth with baking soda toothpaste will protect your enamel as well.

7. Ease a Sore Throat
Gargling with a mixture of baking soda and water can help ease your sore throat because the remedy eliminates pain-causing acids. Gargle every four hours for best results.

8. Baking soda treatment for cancer ~
Baking Soda is a powerful anti-fungal and is often used in medical facilities to treat urinary tract (fungal) infections. In 1983, an Italian oncologist Dr. Tullio Simoncini began treating his cancer patients with sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). What he discovered was that when the 5% sodium bicarbonate solution was washed over the tumors, within weeks the tumors disappeared. The patients with intestinal cancers - from the throat cancer to the stomach cancer and colon cancer could take it orally, but a catheter was needed to flush the tumor sites in other parts of the body.

The Tullio Simoncini treatment is explained in his book and it should not be used for more than three weeks at a time. During the first week no more than two Teaspoons of baking soda a day should be taken orally. During the second and third week no more than one Teaspoon a day of baking soda should be taken orally. For skin cancers and other external cancers, including a rectal enema, where the baking soda solution comes into direct contact with the cancer, this restrictions do not apply. Of course this therapy, like any other therapy, should only be undergone under the care of a medical practitioner.

Important Warning!
Do not use baking soda which has had aluminum added to it, such as Arm and Hammer. Buy a product which specifically states it does not include aluminum or other chemicals.

Sodium Bicarbonate – works miracles!







It is a public health safety, please pass on this article to all the contacts in your address book especially those with teenage children, and make copies to show to all the people you know.
This drink is SOLD in all the supermarkets IN OUR country. and our children ARE CONSUMING IT ON A TRIAL BASIS.. IT can be mortal.

RED BULL was created to stimulate the brains in people who are subjected to great physical force and in “stress coma” and never to be consumed like an innocent drink or soda pop. RED BULL IS the energizer DRINK that is commercialized world-wide with its slogan:‘It increases endurance; awakens the concentration capacity and the speed of reaction, offers more energy and improves the mood. All this can be found in a can of RED BULL, the power drink of the millennium.!

‘Red Bull has managed to arrive at almost 100 countries worldwide. The RED BULL logo is targeted at young people and sportsmen, two attractive segments that have been captivated by the stimulus that the drink provides.

It was created by Dietrich Mateschitz, an industrialist of Austrian origin who discovered the drink by chance. It happened during a business trip to Hong Kong , when he was working at a factory that manufactured toothbrushes.

The liquid, based on a formula that contained caffeine and taurine, caused a rage in that country. Imagine the grand success of this drink in Europe where the product still did not exist, besides it was a superb opportunity to become an entrepreneur.


FRANCE and DENMARK have just prohibited it as a cocktail of death, due to its vitamin components mixed with GLUCURONOLACTONE’, a highly dangerous chemical, which was developed by the United States Department of Defense during 60 years to stimulate the moral of the troops based in VIETNAM, which acted like a hallucinogenic drug that calmed the stress of the war.

But their effects in the organism were so devastating, that it was discontinued, because of the high index of cases of migraines, cerebral tumors and diseases of the liver that was evident in the soldiers who consumed it.
And in spite of it, in the can of RED BULL you can still find as one of its components: GLUCURONOLACTONE, categorized medically as a stimulant..

But what it does not say on the can of RED BULL, are the consequences of its consumption, and that has forced us to place a series of WARNINGS:
1. It is dangerous to take it if you do not engage in physical exercise afterwards, since its energizing function accelerates the heart rate and can cause a sudden attack.
2. You run the risk of undergoing a cerebral hemorrhage, because RED BULL contains components that dilute the blood so that the heart utilizes less energy to pump the blood, and thus be able to deliver physical force with less effort being exerted.
3. It is prohibited to mix RED BULL with alcohol, because the mixture turns the drink into a “Deadly Bomb” that attacks the liver directly, causing the affected area never to regenerate anymore.
4. One of the main components of RED BULL is the B12 vitamin, used in medicine to recover patients who are in a coma; from here the hypertension and the state of excitement which is experienced after taking it, as if you were in a drunken state.
5. The regular consumption of RED BULL triggers off symptoms in the form of a series of irreversible nervous and neuronal diseases.


With widespread alarm about deaths linked to alcohol-and-caffeine-laced commercial drinks like the fruity malt beverage Four Loko, it’s easy to overlook problems that may be linked to the so-called energy drinks that spawned them.
But a number of scientists are worried about highly caffeinated beverages like Red Bull, Rockstar, Monster and Full Throttle, which are popular among teenagers and young adults.

The often bizarre combination of ingredients in these drinks prompted three researchers from the in University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and the University of Queensland in Australia to examine what is known — and not known — about the contents of these beverages, which are sold alongside sodas and sport drinks in supermarkets, drugstores and highway rest stops.

Their review of all the studies in English in the scientific literature, published in November in The Mayo Clinic Proceedings, led them to question both the effectiveness and safety of energy drinks.

Long-Term Effects Unclear
The researchers noted that the drinks contain high levels of caffeine and warned that certain susceptible people risk dangerous, even life-threatening, effects on blood pressure, heart rate and brain function.

The authors noted that “four documented cases of caffeine-associated death have been reported, as well as five separate cases of seizures associated with consumption of energy/power drinks.” Additional reports include an otherwise healthy 28-year-old man who suffered a cardiac arrest after a day of motocross racing; a healthy 18-year-old man who died playing basketball after drinking two cans of Red Bull; and four cases of mania experienced by individuals known to have bipolar disorder.
Using an abbreviation for energy beverages, Dr. John P. Higgins and co-authors wrote in the Mayo journal that because “teens and young adults, both athletes and nonathletes, are consuming E.B.’s at an alarming rate, we need to determine whether long-term use of E.B.’s by this population will translate into deleterious effects later.”

His co-author Troy D. Tuttle, an exercise physiologist at the Houston university, said in an interview: “Almost all the studies done on energy drinks have involved small sample sizes of young, healthy individuals in whom you’re unlikely to see short-term ill effects.

“But what about the long term? What about liver and cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance and diabetes? We could speculate about a lot of possible problems, but we just don’t know.”

He urged the Food and Drug Administration to “step in and regulate this market,” which currently has few restrictions on the kinds and amounts of ingredients and the claims that are made about them. Manufacturers have labeled the beverages “dietary supplements,” which absolves them of the federal regulations that govern sodas and juices and allows producers to make “structure and function” claims, like “Enhances athletic performance” and “Increases caloric burn and mental sharpness.”
As Mr. Tuttle described the marketing strategy for energy drinks, “the companies have taken a cup of coffee — or two or more cups of coffee, added a lot of hip-sounding stuff and marketed it with a hot, modern, trendy push for young people who want to look cool walking around with a can of Red Bull.

“Anyone can buy these drinks, even 11- and 12-year-old kids.”

In an e-mailed statement, the American Beverage Association said, “Most mainstream energy drink brands voluntarily put statements on their containers, including advisories about use by people sensitive to caffeine.” Also, the organization said many of its members voluntarily list the amount of caffeine on their product labels or have provided caffeine content information through their Web sites and consumer hot lines.

Kevin A. Clauson, a doctor of pharmacy at Nova Southeastern University in West Palm Beach, Fla., who had previously reviewed safety issues surrounding energy drinks said that his main concerns were “the amount of caffeine, which can be injurious particularly to people with a pre-existing cardiovascular abnormality” and “the effects of these drinks when they are combined with alcohol, which can have disastrous consequences.”

After several states made moves to ban Four Loko, it was reformulated to remove the caffeine and two other ingredients, guarana and taurine, but Dr. Clauson said that was “unlikely to have a substantial impact” on young people, who will continue to combine alcohol with energy drinks. The caffeine and caffeinelike ingredients in these drinks can mask the perception of inebriation — and that can increase the risk of drunken driving or other dangerous behaviors.

Mr. Tuttle, who works with sports teams, is concerned about the effects of energy drinks on athletic performance. “A lot of kids are reaching for energy beverages instead of sport drinks, which unlike the energy drinks are mostly water with a nominal amount of sugar and electrolytes,” he said. “The energy drinks contain a slew of ingredients, most of which are unresearched, especially in combination with one another.”

A Potent Brew
For an athlete engaged in intense exercise, the high doses of sugar in energy drinks can impair absorption of fluids and result in dehydration. A 16-ounce can of an energy drink may contain 13 teaspoons of sugar and the amount of caffeine found in four or more colas. Mr. Tuttle noted that caffeine, which is known to improve muscle action and performance, especially in endurance activities, is banned in many sports competitions. Thus, consuming an energy drink close to an event could disqualify an athlete.
Other ingredients often found in energy drinks include taurine, glucuronolactone, B vitamins, ginseng, guarana, ginkgo biloba and milk thistle. Mr. Tuttle says guarana, which contains high levels of caffeine, is particularly worrisome.

“The B vitamins, which are important enzymes for energy utilization, are added to legitimize the high levels of sugar,” he said. “But the American diet, which is very high in protein, already has plenty of B vitamins. These drinks are a kind of sensory overload for the body, with too much stuff coming in at the same time.”

Adding alcohol to the mix, as some consumers were doing even before drinks like Four Loko came along, can be a recipe for disaster. Under the stimulation of energy drinks, people may think they are sober when they are not. Such was the fate of Donte’ Stallworth, a wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns who killed a pedestrian with his car in March 2009 after drinking multiple shots of tequila and a Red Bull. Mr. Stallworth said he did not feel intoxicated at the time of the accident.

“Caffeine is being treated as a flavoring agent, not a drug,” Dr. Clauson said. “The average healthy person who consumes one serving of an energy drink is unlikely to encounter difficulty.” Those most likely to get into trouble, he said, are “toxic jocks” who overindulge and those with an underlying heart condition.







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We doen er alles aan om gezond te leven
Spenderen veel tijd aan "gezond doen".
We gaan naar de Gym zitten op sportclubjes en lopen wat af.
We werken zelfs in de natuur en dan komen we binnenshuis en gaan zitten.
Nemen wat eten en ons drankje.

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Over het eten gaan we het hebben in de volgende post maar het drinken wil ik nu even uw aandacht.
Onze drankjes energie drankjes en alle zoetigheid die we maar in kunnen denken.
Ze worden met vele liters naar binnen gewerkt en het lichaam moet al het gif verwerken.
Ja gif, want niet een drankje bevat geen stof die ons lichaam niet negatief bijinvloed.
Dan maar water zullen we denken. Ook water zitten toevoegingen bij en buiten Fluoride praten we over Chloor maar ook een concentratie zoutzuur. Wat natuurlijk onder andere benamingen te boek staat.

De energie drankjes zijn veelal de meest chemische drankjes en zijn er alleen maar om je zogenaamd op te peppen wat bewezen is niets meer is als een verkooppraatje.

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Onze drankjes
Laat ze staan het verkort je leven en zeker versneld het je ziektebeeld.

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NONI plant






In recent years, exotic "super fruits" such as açaí and muntrie berries have captured the attention of health enthusiasts and researchers alike for their unparalleled antioxidant content and seemingly miraculous benefits. Some of the most astonishing health claims, however, have gone unsubstantiated, even as growers and manufacturers of such fruit products have reaped billions in profit from a public always eager for the latest anti-aging, weight loss cure-all.

The latest member of this botanical line-up is the noni fruit, which flourishes in Hawaii and other Polynesian climes and has been used for centuries by traditional healers from these islands. Hawaiian Kahunas applied noni leaves as a topical salve for burns, skin conditions and joint pain, and recommended the fruit for digestive disturbances and urinary tract infections. Local islanders continue to consume the fruit today, reporting it to be beneficial for more serious chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer.

Those who want to follow suit and partake of noni may find they have a bitter pill to swallow. Eating the fruit itself can be truly repugnant — noni has earned the nickname "vomit fruit" because its smell and taste are so foul! But modern processing has sweetened it up into a juice that's palatable, and noni can also be taken as a tea or dehydrated into odorless, tasteless powder form in capsules. With these more appealing options, noni has become widely accessible and has won over celebrity adherents from Marc Jacobs to Meg Ryan. Manufacturers laud the juice as a health panacea for everything from cancer and hypertension to sinusitis, ulcers, depression, lupus, herpes, hepatitis and heart disease. Yet is noni truly the next miracle fruit, or just the latest overblown fad?

Laboratory research has confirmed the benefits of some of noni's traditional uses. In animal studies, noni extract was shown to be a natural analgesic, explaining its efficacy for aches and pains. The fruit was also found to have antimicrobial properties against bacteria such as E. coli, which may account for its usefulness in healing wounds and resolving digestive disturbances.


Health Benefits:

- cancer fighter
- boosts immune system
- very high in antioxidants
- aids in the absorption of endorphine - improves digestion
- analgesic
- antimicrobal
- salve for burns and joint pain

Though more research is needed, early findings suggest that noni is a cancer fighter. In one study, noni juice suppressed tumor growth and prolonged the life of experimental mice with lung cancer. The researchers concluded that noni curbed cancer cells indirectly by stimulating the immune system. Currently, studies funded by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine are underway to investigate noni's effects on prostate cancer cells and on breast cancer prevention and treatment.

Noni fruit is a rich source of antioxidants, which are known to lower the risk for infection, heart disease and cancer. However, sweetened noni juice may not pack an antioxidant punch as high as the whole fruit since juice processing typically involves pasteurization and filtering out the noni pulp. Thus, health claims based solely on the commercially available juice form of noni are likely elevated.

Also, to reap the most benefits, noni juice should be consumed on an empty stomach, according to Dr. Ralph M. Heinicke, a prominent biochemist known for his extensive noni research at the University of Hawaii. Heinicke discovered that noni fruit contains a compound called prexeronine that, under the right conditions, is converted into an alkaloid known as xeronine. He believed that xeronine acts at cell receptor sites to confer a variety of benefits, from sloughing off dead tissue from burns to aiding the absorption of endorphine (a "feel good" neurotransmitter) to improving digestion. However, if noni juice is taken on a full stomach, the acids in the stomach will destroy the enzyme needed to convert prexeronin to xeronine, eliminating its benefits.

Heinicke's conclusions bear a striking kinship to ancient Polynesian legends. In numerous myths, heroes and heroines survived periods of famine by eating noni, lending a mythic dimension to the hypothesis that noni is best consumed on an empty stomach. So, if you want to try noni, drink a glass of juice half an hour before your breakfast. While the jury is still out on noni's veracity as a cure-all, you'll be getting a heaping helping of potassium and Vitamin C, the potential for considerable health benefits and a sip of Polynesian paradise to boot.



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