The globalists tell us that globalization is dead. But don't worry, there's a New World Order waiting in the wings to take its place. Confused?
Don't be. Get the scoop on Globalization 2.0 and the New New (Polycentric) World Order on this week's edition of The Corbett Report podcast.
SHOW NOTES AND MP3:
The kidneys are the two bean-shaped organs near your lower back, and they play a vital role in your body’s ability to detoxify as well as overall health. They are responsible for filtering out the toxins and excess wastes from the body and passing them as urine.
Eating the right foods can help boost their performance and ensure that they keep working properly.6 Foods that help boost kidney health Diets today are not kind to kidneys. They often contain too much salt and other compounds that kidneys have to filter later.
Take care of the kidneys by eating more of the foods below:
Apples contain a soluble fiber called pectin. This compound helps lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels, high amounts of which may contribute to kidney disease. Additionally, they make a healthy sweet snack to satisfy cravings.
Many types of berries are beneficial to kidney health, but blueberries are particularly helpful. They are rich in fiber and vitamin C, among other nutritious compounds. Blueberries are also rich in antioxidants that can help prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease. They are low in sodium, phosphorus and potassium – ideal for a kidney-friendly diet.
3. Dark green leafy vegetables
Leafy greens, such as spinach and kale, are some of the most nutritious foods available. They are rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and other bioactive compounds. Moreover, they are excellent sources of potassium, a compound that can help regulate sodium levels.
However, due to their high potassium content, these vegetables are not advisable for people who are already diagnosed with kidney disease. Like any other compound, too much potassium in the body
can have negative effects including nausea and numbness.
Less than 48 hours remaining at the Health Ranger Store's New Year's Resolution Sale. Last chance to get amazing deals on over 60 lab-verified supplements, superfoods, essential oils and more... enjoy up to 40% OFF selected items. This limited-time sale ends Jan. 6 at NOON CST, or while supplies last. Learn more here.
5. Sweet potatoes
Sweet potatoes are packed with fiber, which can prevent spikes in blood sugar and insulin. This contributes to a better cardiovascular system, which comprises of the heart, blood vessels and the blood. Additionally, they are rich sources of potassium. Once again, they are not advisable for people who already have kidney disease.
6. Pure Water
Water may not be a food item, but it is a crucial component of kidney (and overall) health. Water is a primary component of urine through which toxins and excess waste are released. Make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water every day. (Related: Drink to your kidney health with lemonade to avoid kidney stones.)
Healthy habits for kidney health Aside from making the right food choices for kidney health, you should also follow healthy eating habits, such as:
Kidney function is essential to your well-being. For better health – not only today but also in later years – it is best to take care of them.
Science Shows What Happens To Your Brain When You Complain Too Much
What is your first thought when you wake up in the morning? Are you already dreading the day ahead? Is it cloudy, and thus right out of bed, you find yourself in a grumpy mood? Well, if this is you, know that it is not too late to make a change. Complaining can become a habit, and the more we do it, the more we continue to do it. With some effort, we can break this habit and start to see the world in a more positive light, if we choose to take action.
Neuroplasticity Within the past couple of decades, thanks to the development of brain imaging and neuroscience, we can now clearly see that the brain is indeed capable of rewiring itself. It is up to us, however, to make these necessary adjustments in order to allow for this to happen. Neuroplasticity means the brains ability to change and form new neural pathways and synapses, this is what allows us to break old habits, form new ones, learn new skills, grow, change and essentially, evolve.
Because of neuroplasticity, we have the capability to:
It is important to know, that there are two sides of the coin and we can indeed rewire our brains for the worse, if we pick up habits and behave.
iors that are detrimental to our well being, such as complaining.
According to Alex Korb, Ph.D., and author of The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change At A Time,
“In depression, there’s nothing fundamentally wrong with the brain. It’s simply that the particular tuning of neural circuits creates the tendency toward a pattern of depression. It has to do with the way the brain deals with stress, planning, habits, decision-making and a dozen other things — the dynamic interaction of all those circuits. And once a pattern starts to form, it causes dozens of tiny changes throughout the brain that create a downward spiral.”
How Does Complaining Affect The Brain?When we get caught up in the habit of continually complaining, in the form of thoughts in our heads or out loud to anyone and everyone we come into contact with, it will directly alter our thought processes. Altered thoughts lead to altered beliefs, which will inevitably lead to a change in behavior.
In fact, our brain possesses something that is called the negativity bias, meaning that the brain has a tendency to focus more on what’s wrong, not what’s going right or the positive events in our life. These negative thoughts can actually drown out the positive experiences over time so that you aren’t able to even see the positive events that are taking place in your life.
Neuroscientist, Dr. Rick Hanson sums up the negativity bias quite nicely,
“Negative Stimuli produce more neural activity than do equally intensive positive ones. They are also perceived more easily and quickly.”
So, by continually allowing ourselves to complain we are strengthening this behavior, as mentioned above, the first step towards changing this is to become aware of the problem. That alone, will make see the issue and likely ponder on your negative thoughts.
How Can We Change Our Brain?This isn’t to say that we always need to “think positive” a common new-age misconception, but we should take the necessary action steps to counteract the effects of thinking negatively all the time.
A simple and effective technique is to wear a complaining bracelet, this is a tactic that I learned from watching an episode of Oprah years ago. You simply wear a bracelet, any kind that can easily come off, and every time you catch yourself complaining about something, in your head or out loud to someone else, you switch wrists.
To hold yourself accountable, let your family, friends, and co-workers know of your challenge so in case you don’t realize that you’re complaining, they can call you out too. The goal is to see how long you can go without having to switch the bracelet, but this technique is also powerful for showing you how much you are actually complaining in the first place.
Meditation & Mindfulness Practices Barbara
Fredrickson, a positive psychology researcher and her colleagues from the University of North Carolina showed how people who meditate daily have more positive emotions that those who don’t.
After a three-month experiment, Fredrickson’s team found that “people who meditated daily continued to display increased mindfulness, purpose in life, social support and decreased illness symptoms.”
If you are new to meditation, there are a ton of resources available to help get you started. Just 15 to 20 minutes a day could be enough to change your brain and your entire life, for the better!
What About Gratitude?Scientists have discovered that feelings of gratitude can actually change your brain. Feeling gratitude can also be a great tool for overcoming depression and anxiety. Furthermore, scientists have discovered that the heart sends signals to the brain.
You can read more about that, in detail, here.
5 Meditation Apps That Are Available Right Now For Download
An Introduction To Mindfulness Meditation
Meditation For Beginners: 20 Tips To Help Quiet The Mind
Meditation For People Who Don’t Meditate: A Simple Guide
Join Our 10 Day Conscious Breathing Challenge
Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt is Founder of the Klinghardt Academy (USA), the American Academy of Neural Therapy, Medical Director of the Institute of Neurobiology, and lead clinician at the Sophia Health Institute, located in Woodinville, Washington.
He is also Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Neurobiology in Germany and Switzerland. Klinghardt Academy (USA) provides teachings to the English-speaking world on biological interventions and Autonomic Response Testing assessment techniques.
Klinghardt has lectured at the universities of Illinois, Utah, Freiburg, Adelaide, Capital University (Washington DC) and others, and the medical schools of Geneva and Zurich. Between 1996 and 2005, he was Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Neurobiology at Capital University.
He is regularly invited to teach workshops at the prestigious Medicine Week in Baden-Baden, Germany and the International Lyme and Associated Diseases (ILADS) conferences. Among his books is the groundbreaking Psychokinesiology “A new Approach in Psychosomatic Medicine” on muscle feedback-guided psychotherapy. Many of his teachings, manuals, seminar DVD’s and clinical tools are available through his website www.klinghardtacademy.com
The pineal gland, which is also known by many cultures as the third eye or the seat of the soul, is located in your brain and many believe that this is the gateway to the afterlife. Dimethyl-tryptamine (DMT) is produced here naturally and is released in small amounts when we dream and when we die.
Many mystics and cultures around the world believe that this gland is our direct connection to our higher selves, or consciousness. Unfortunately, various endocrine-blocking chemicals in our environment have been shown to block access to this gland, which in turn can make it more difficult to connect to our spiritual nature and thus, our true selves.
Take fluoride for example, some of us, especially if we are living in Europe, excluding the UK, or many areas of Canada, don’t have to worry about fluoride in our water, but unfortunately most Americans don’t have this luxury.
There are various water filters that will remove fluoride, and buying filtered water such as distilled or reverse osmosis is an option as well.
In terms of glyphosate, a pesticide used abundantly in modern agriculture, a very simple solution to this is to switch to organic produce and to drastically limit or avoid processed foods, specifically genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
I understand that organic produce can be expensive, in which case just do your best! Consider using the Clean 15 and Dirty Dozen lists for your reference to know which foods should always be purchased organic and which ones aren’t that big of a deal.
WiFi – This one is a bit trickier, as it is pretty much everywhere! Most of us have it in our houses, and it can be found virtually everywhere in cities. Of course, you can always go back to a good old wired internet connection, but unless you are living out in the middle of nowhere, you can’t really escape it completely.
This is why it’s a good idea to spend time away from screens and practice grounding (walking on the bare earth with no shoes, hugging trees, swimming in natural bodies of water) as often as you can.
This will help to ground your energy and emit negative ions into your body. Just being in nature, away from WiFi, for an extended period of time or as often as you can will certainly do your body good, and your mind and spirit!
In terms of aluminum – this one is tricky… aluminum is found in many foods, many prescription drugs, vaccines and chemtrails. Luckily, we can detox aluminum from the body by following safe protocols and do what we can to limit our exposure from environmental factors.
Benefits of consuming hemp follows:
1 Boosts the Immune System Consuming more hemp is a great way to boost your immune system. Hemp seeds contain the globular proteins edestin and albumin. This is important because enzymes, antibodies, hormones, and fibrinogen are all made from globular proteins.
Furthermore, edestin and albumin make up the fluid in a portion of the blood plasma. As a result, these proteins are essential to build a healthy immune system.
2 – Strengthens Hair Adding more hemp to your diet can help build strong and shiny hair. Hemp protein is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, and omega-9 fatty acids. The high concentration of healthy fats helps promote healthy hair growth. Some studies suggest omega-3 fatty acids may also help to prevent or reverse hair loss.
3 – Boost Your Energy If you’re feeling lethargic, maybe it’s time to make hemp chocolate pudding or snack on a smoothie with hemp seeds. This is because hemp protein contains all essential fatty acids. When ingested, the healthy fats produce twice as much energy as carbohydrates. That’s not all – proteins take longer to break down in the body. In turn, the energy is released much slower and helps to stabilize blood sugar.
4 – Improve Digestion Battle no more with digestive distress. Consuming hemp, in addition to nutrient-dense, fiber-rich whole foods and probiotic-rich cuisine, can help improve your gut. Conventional protein powders (such as whey) are loaded with animal products, including lactose. Hemp protein powder, on the other hand, is 100% made from hemp.
As a result, the likelihood of experiencing tummy grumbles after adding the lactose-free option to a smoothie is slim. Hemp is also good for digestion because of its high concentration of soluble and insoluble fiber.
5 – Conditions the Scalp Hemp is a natural remedy for folks who experience dry, itchy, or irritated scalps. This is because in seed and protein powder form, hemp nourishes the scalp with vitamin E and a high concentration of essential fatty acids.
6 – Builds Lean Muscle Whether you’re looking to slim down or put on muscle, hemp is a great food to include in your diet. In addition to offering a complete amino acid profile, hemp includes all muscle-building amino acids, such as BCAA (branched chain amino acids).
As Green Flower reports, BCAA increases the rate of muscle protein synthesis while simultaneously preventing the loss of muscle tissue. Furthermore, hemp contains globulins (albumin and edestin), two of the most abundant proteins in the human body.
7 – Improves Skin Quality Hemp is abundant in vitamin E and essential fatty acids. These nutritional components help to reduce inflammation, which can benefit skin conditions including acne and eczema. The EFAs combat dryness and irritation by acting as an internal moisturizer.
A study conducted in Finland, published in the journal Dermatological Treatment, found that over the course of a 20-week period, hemp “remarkably reduced dryness and irritation in eczema patients.
The Most Popular Methods of Consuming Hemp
With the world becoming increasingly toxic and the incredible lack of knowledge regarding appropriate healthcare, it has never been more important to take charge of your health and your life.
The Extreme Health Academy is a website that's full of information to help you learn exactly what you must do to survive and thrive in this world. Best of all this website is a community of people ready to help others on the road to optimal health with features like an online forum, live workshop, podcasts, monthly video courses a supporting community and much more!
In our September 18th debate for Spectrum TV, Kaiser’s Chief of Pediatrics, Dr. Robert Riewerts, parroted Pharma’s popular canard that the Gardasil vaccine has eliminated cervical cancer in Australia—the first country to mandate the jab. This is false.
… Gardasil actually increases the risk of cervical cancer by a terrifying 44.6% among women who were exposed to HPV infection prior to vaccination.
Slide 1: Table 17 from Merck’s own clinical studies.
The table shows that Gardasil actually increases the risk of cervical cancer by a terrifying 44.6% among women who were exposed to HPV infection prior to vaccination.
If anyone ever bullies you to take Gardasil, look up “Gardasil Vaccine Insert” on your cell phone to see all of the adverse events and show them this table. [From original BLA. Study 013 CSR. Table 11-88, p. 636]
Slide 2: 34% of children ages 2-10 have HPV infection due to non-sexual transmission.
This data shows that nearly HALF OF ALL WOMEN HAVE HAD PRIOR EXPOSURE TO HPV—with 38% being exposed before age 10. (which puts them at an increase of developing cancer if they have the HPV vaccine.) [Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, 29(3):228-233, June 2016.]
Slide 3: The results of pap-smears before the pre-vaccination period.
Pap smears drove the dramatic decline of cervical cancer prior to the introduction of Gardasil in four countries. During the 1989-2007 period, the incidence of invasive cervical cancer declined continuously in all countries with pap screening.
… a dramatic reversal in that downward trend following the introduction of HPV vaccine (Gardasil)Slides 4-8 show a dramatic reversal in that downward trend following the introduction of HPV vaccine (Gardasil).
Oncologist Dr. Gerard Delepine, his wife Dr. Nicole Delepine, also a physician, and a team of researchers plotted these graphs from publicly available health data.
Slide 4: Cervical cancer increase in Australia following vaccine introduction.
Research tracks the INCREASE in cervical cancer in Australia following Gardasil’s introduction.
READ FULL ARTICLE:
Video Number: 1
In the early 2000s, Kevin Ryan was the site manager at Environmental Health Laboratories.
On November 11, 2004, he wrote directly to Frank Gayle, the director of NIST's Twin Towers investigation. The following week, he was fired. This is his story.
Dr. Cate Jenkins joined the EPA as an Environmental Scientist in December 1979. Beginning shortly after 9/11, and continuing for years afterward, Dr. Jenkins attempted to bring the EPA's faulty and fraudulent air quality testing practices to the attention of anyone who would listen. For her efforts, she endured a years-long legal battle with her own agency. This is her story.
In 2001, Barry Jennings was the Deputy Director of Emergency Services for the New York City Housing Authority. After being called to World Trade Center Building 7 to help coordinate the emergency response on the morning of 9/11, he was trapped in the building for hours by a series of explosions that—according to the official government conspiracy theory—never happened. This is his story.
Video Number: 4
That so many of the visas were issued from a single office may seem like a minor footnote at first glance, but it is not. In fact, the Jeddah Consulate is not just another US Consular Office. It has a history of issuing visas to terrorists at the request of the CIA. Just ask Michael Springmann. This is his story.
Video Number: 5
As a janitor holding a master key to the North Tower of the World Trade Center on the morning of 9/11, William Rodriguez risked his life till the very moment of the building's destruction helping those trapped inside the Towers to escape.
But carefully curated from most mainstream reports on Rodriguez' remarkarble story is an equally remarkable fact: This 9/11 hero is in fact a 9/11 whistleblower, someone who has contradicted the official story of the September 11th attacks from day one. This is his story.
Video Number: 6
The 9/11 Commission and its final report are still held up as the final word on the events of September 11, 2001. But there's just one problem: Six out of the 10 commissioners have admitted that the commission was misled, stymied, hampered by conflicts of interest, and, ultimately, forced to participate in a politically-motivated cover-up. This is the story of the doubtful 9/11 commissioners.