Dr Paul Clayton graduated summa cum laude
in Medical Pharmacology from Edinburgh University, prior to obtaining his PhD. He is a
Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine and a former Senior Scientific Advisor to the UK
government's Committee on the Safety of Medicines. He has worked with leading doctors and
clinical scientists at centres of clinical expertise in the UK and abroad, and trained the
pharmacists in Britain' s largest chemist chain in preventative nutrition. Dr Clayton has
lectured at the Royal College of General Practitioners. He frequently presents at and
chairs international conferences on nutrition and health. His books include Health Defence
and After Atkins. Eating more fruit and veg is good for you. More specifically, it reduces
the risk of degenerative disease and premature death. This simple fact is supported by so
many lines of evidence that it is beyond argument, although pockets of resistance remain
among the more Neanderthal doctors. The Palaeolithic diet explored by influential
scientists such as Professors Boyd Eaton and Loren Cordain, the Mediterranen diet analysed
and tested by leading researchers such as Professors Kim Knoops and Katherine Esposito,
and most recently the Victorian diet (as revealed by myself and Dr Judith Rowbotham), are
all associated with robust good health; and based on large intakes of fruit and
vegetables. Conversely, it is equally clear that our historically low intake of fruit and
veg, currently averaging 2.5 portions per day (Health of Britain 08), is one of the main
reasons why rates of heart disease and cancer have increased ten-fold since 1880 (Clayton
& Rowbotham 08). I should point out here that the UK governments figure of an average
3.7 portions a day is just another example of spin (Family Food 05). Their figure was
based on amounts of fruit and veg purchased, all of which was supposedly eaten; although
in reality, it is well known that as much as 30% of food is wasted (Hunter 98), including
£820 million worth of wasted fruit and veg (Ventour 08).
The Commodification of Food
People's Grocery director Brahm Amadhi
explains how industrialization has changed our relationship to food and agriculture, and
describes efforts to change the current system of production to serve those who have been
Holland, the Movie (trailer film)
Holland, the Movie" wordt de eerste
promotiefilm van Nederland die helemaal vanuit de lucht is gefilmd op High Definition.
Enjoy your flight over Holland ! De film ligt op 14 november 2008 in de winkel.
Throughout the world dire warnings are
being issued about the effects of human activity on the natural environment. Communities
on every continent are experiencing the devastation of declining water quality, soil
degradation, climate change and biodiversity loss. Project Greenhands (PGH), a grassroots
ecological initiative established by Isha Foundation in Tamil Nadu, India, has grown out
of deep concern for the global effects of deforestation and land degradation, and in
particular, for the rapidly changing ecology of Tamil Nadu. Drawing extensively on
community involvement and large scale volunteer participation, the Project aims to plant
114 million trees state-wide - providing an additional 10% to the existing level of green
cover in Tamil Nadu. Since its inception in 2004, PGH has successfully overseen the
planting of more than 5 million trees by over one million people. PGH is an action-driven
organization that is committed to developing a hands-on approach that can be easily
replicated in rural communities worldwide. Through its activities it aims to inspire
people around the world to appreciate the true value of trees and the vital role that they
play within human environments.
Een bijzonder mooi filmpje over
groente/fruit en de overeenkomsten met je organen
One Year Later: Lyndon LaRouche
On July 1, Lyndon LaRouche proposed
emergency action by the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank, to prevent social chaos, in the face of
looming collapses of some leading U.S. commercial banks and other financial institutions.
LaRouche presented two emergency measures, aimed as stop-gaps, to prevent chaos. First, he
called for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates to four percent, in order to assure
that institutional depositors maintain their deposits in the banking system. Second,
LaRouche called on the Federal Reserve to make it clear that whenever any commercial banks
face insolvency, they will be put through bankruptcy reorganization under Fed protection.
LaRouche further emphasized that the Federal government must immediately enact
legislation, to massively increase credit for vital infrastructure projects.
Today, LaRouche reiterated that the Fed
must increase the interest rate to 4 percent. The only exception to this rate would be
federally legislated credit extended for the development of needed infrastructure projects
based on a capital budget approach. The interest on this credit should be in the range of
1 to 2 percent. We would thus have a two-tier credit system. LaRouche emphasized that the
4 percent interest rate is necessary to staunch the flow of funds out of the system into
speculation and to defend the U.S. against the British and the Europeans who are trying to
incite panic in order to trigger an outflow of funds from the U.S. and a collapse of the
dollar. LaRouche stressed that if the dollar collapses, then everything is gone.
Raising the interest rate to 4 percent is a
simple monetarist step, but it must be applied now to stop the chaos which will otherwise
ensue. Sources have told us that there is currently a faction fight at the Federal Reserve
and that some are pushing now for higher interest rates. Today, the Gary Stern, the
president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis and a voting member of the Federal
Open Market Committee (FOMC), responsible for setting rates, called for an increase in
interest rates and said that this should not wait. Also the minutes of the FOMC meeting on
June 24-25, released on July 15, revealed that some members of the Fed called for interest
rates to be increased by the Fed "very soon."
Andrew Kimbrell visits Google's Mountain
View, CA headquarters to discuss his book "Your Right to Know: Genetic Engineering
and the Secret Changes in Your Food." This event took place on July 22, 2008, as part
of the Authors@Google series. More than half of America's processed grocery products --
from corn flakes to granola bars to diet drinks -- contain genetically altered
ingredients. They are unlabeled and untested, and we are eating them. "Your Right to
Know" is a complete, full-color reference guide outlining how unmarked genetically
modified foods go from the factory to the family dining table, and what consumers can do
about the health risks they present. This accessible guide is for concerned parents -- as
well as anyone concerned about genetically altered foods -- who want to know more about
the potential health risks, the organic alternatives, and the methods available to counter
the corporate takeover of the food we eat.
Is a low fat diet really good for weight
loss and cholesterol levels? A new two year study found that a low carb diet and the
Mediterranean diet were more effective for weight loss and cholesterol than a low fat
Britain's leading take away food chains
aren't doing enough to provide nutritional information to customers about their food.
That's according to research by the National Consumer Council. Sky's Jane Chilton reports.
Ex-White House Press Secretary Scott
McClellan exposed Fox News as a propaganda tool for the White House on Chris Mathews
Hardball. Fox in the White House: It is one of those things you kind of assume to be true
all along... and yet are shocked when hard confirmation actually comes. Our fourth story
tonight, from the former White House press secretary himself, word that the Bush White
House routinely sent--and as far as we know, still sends-- literal talking points to Fox
News for its primetime propagandists, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity and others... to spout,
as if ventriloquist dummies, as if they had thought of it themselves, as if they had come
to those opinions independently, as if there had been a process either fair... or
Voormalig astronaut klapt uit de
school over bestaan UFO's
Edgar Mitchell interview about aliens,UFO
discloser ,23 july,2008
Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell grew up in
Roswell, New Mexico. His family knew the ranchers where an alien spacecraft came down in
1947. Also, being an astronaut who went to the moon, he learn from high ranking military
and intelligence people that the event DID happen. He suspects the government has a
back-engineering program going on, although he's not sure whether or not they've been
Depression: How does diet affect my
symptoms of depression? Margaret Christensen, M.D., is a pioneer in Women's Wellness,
Originally trained as an OB-GYN. For more information a PMS go to www.EmpowHer.com and
share you story now.
I am not a doctor or physician, but from my
own experience and that of others I have found that medication along with psychotherapy is
the best defense against having your symptoms flare up. It took me nine years to find the
best medications for me, but I was stabilized for quite some time, allowing myself to live
a normal life. Some medications for Bipolar Disorder are very helpful to lead a
"normal life", whatever that might mean for you. I know (because I have gone off
meds) that without them I can not survive. I have to have some form of chemical antidote
to my chemical imbalance. If people need insulin for diabetes, we need medications to deal
with bipolar disorder. Many people can disagree with this, but it is the most common form
of managing a very serious illness such as bipolar disorder or manic depression. What
comes across in the texts which I receive from people who are weaning themselves off
medications or have completely stopped their medications, or are trying to manage their
illness through various diets, are many manifestations of pressured thoughts,
hypergraphia, euphoria, and hypomania without insight into the reappearance of their
bipolar disorder. I must reiterate that bipolar disorder is a derangement of brain
biochemistry to such an extent that dietary changes and vitamin supplements cannot
overcome the neurochemistry of the illness itself. Supplements such as Omega-3 fish oils,
folic acid, and other vitamins in addition to a healthy diet can help stabilize us as long
as we are already on adequate medications. Bipolar disorder, like schizophrenia, requires
medications for the amelioration of symptoms, and there are no alternative options.
Chris Rocks Exposes Manipulative
Marketing of Drug Companies
In this brief segment (with added excerpts
from the song, "The Pills I Need" at the end), Chris Rock hits the nail on the
head in regard to governmental drug policy. For additional videos exploring personal drug
use---especially the sacred sacraments---see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/52
(you can also download this video there). And if you wonder why we call them
"sacraments," here's scientific proof that psychedelics facilitate genuine
religious experiences: In 2006, researchers at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Medical
School, in a controlled double blind study, showed that those administered the active
ingredient found in magic mushrooms had profound religious experiences. To see a video and
major media reports about that study, see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/219
Aiko Canadian android
Aiko is the brainchild of robotics
developer Le Trung and the first Canadian android to make a public appearance. Hopefully
the attention will help get this poor girl the support she needs to get up out of that
wheelchair and learn to walk. http://www.projectaiko.com
Verbazingwekkend Universeel Hulpmiddel voor
Genezing door de grondlegger Gary Craig. Introductie van Emotional Freedom
Techniques (EFT) een universeel hulpmiddel voor genezing dat vaak werkt waar al het andere
On July 9, 2008, Lindsey Williams gave Pastor Butch an exclusive final interview about
the elite's plan (as declared to Williams) to lower the price of oil to $50 per barrel in
order to ultimately crash the U.S. dollar.
This is a very audio broadcast with Lindsey Williams, a christian minister who has been
given great insight
(by the people who know) in the developments in the US and world economy as a whole in the
A desperate shortage of staple foods, brought about partly by rising oil prices, has
sparked riots around the world. In Egypt, where the common word for bread is 'life',
Street Food investigates the cost for the average person.
Sustainable packaging -- paper, board and plastics
Will we destroy our planet? Change from plastics to paper packaging. Plastic bottles to
paper bottles -- added efficiency on shelves from liquid cartons. Recycling challenges
from liquid food cartons eg Tetrapak. Innovation in packaging to save weight, cost. Future
of plastic bags -- new regulations. Protection of forests and sustainable forestry.
Reducing energy in paper pulp processes. Wood industry will move from supplier of paper to
deliverer of power. Increased recycling will reduce paper demand in Europe, releasing more
wood for power. Carbon offsetting impact on paper manufacturing, sales and distribution.
Making life easy in a great way for our future world.
Why biofuel industry is dead -- biofuel by converting food into oil is stupid and
immoral. Biodiesel, biomass, biowaste and sugar to fuel conversion into biofuels. Foor
price rises. World bank report on biofuels and food prices. Ethanol and gasoline or petrol
mix, European Union EU policy changes on biofuel. Biofuels policy reversal.
Investment funds and pensions
scandal? Fund management risk
Many fund managers don't recommend own retail investment funds to family and do not
chose to invest own wealth in own funds. Future scandal in fund management? Risk
management keynote conference speaker Dr Patrick Dixon addressing 100s of leading fund
managers. Market confidence and investment fund misselling? Spitzer inquiry into financial
services integrity, sales commissions, agents and distribution. Real investment returns
low in many actively managed funds compared to tracker funds. Management charges often
wipe out gains and teams move between companies so another reason why performance varies
even in same company.
China's economy is expanding at an astounding rate - but its waistlines are too. The
food of the streets tells the story of a culture torn between tradition and modernity, the
customs of an ancient past competing with the convenience age of the new. What will
survive and what will be lost? In a China which has gone within two generations from mass
starvation to mass obesity, what does the future hold?
This course provides an understanding of the correlation between disease and emotional
conflict, as well as describes the concept of Hamer Medicine, the physiopathology of
diseases, and how they may relate to certain emotional conditions. In addition, the course
correlates these ideas with the use of advanced biofeedback devices (EPFX/SCIO) as a means
of solving biological conflict. Students will better understand the concept of biological
"conflict-shock" and its psycho-physiological consequences. Basic elements of
embryology and its correlation with different types of tumors will be reviewed. The Five
Biological Laws will be presented, along with the concept of "Biologie Totale,"
or Total Biology, which will add a quantic dimension to this new system of Hamer Medicine.
Bacteria are our most distant known ancestors, from more than 3.5 billion years back.
In Australia, geologists are searching to locate fossils of these distant relatives, the
cyanobacteria, on rock fragments. One-and-a-half billion years ago, bacteria proliferated
and joined together to form the first multi-cellular being that neither breathed nor
photosynthesized and which had a greatly limited genetic inheritance. Scientists named him
Lucas. So how did Lucas live in such an extreme environment inhabited by menacing viruses?
To answer this question, researchers are trying to track down fossils of Lucas in South
Africa and Greenland. Other teams working in Antarctica have discovered colonies of
bacteria that prosper in temperatures of -68 degrees Celsius, in conditions that resemble
those found on Mars. A group of Japanese and American scientists are even attempting to
recreate him with computers. What has been discovered is that bacteria are in fact capable
of surviving in an icy hell or an inferno because they possess a veritable repair kit,
with which they can reconstitute broken fragments of DNA. This program explores all the
possibilities presented by bacteria to make our lifestyle in the future easier still, and
how we will be able to transform their potential from being the cause of illness to being
harnessed to improve our lives.
T. Boone Pickens gives an extended account of his plan to break America's dependency on
foreign oil. With a combination of domestic natural gas and renewable alternative, Pickens
offers an action plan to save America's energy future.
Politicians vote to avoid the
promised referendum on the EU
Dishonesty and avoidance tactics from some familiar faces, and some unfamiliar faces,
as the puppet representatives of the REAL government conspire to abolish British national
sovereignty and to prevent the referendum that was promised to the British people. The
Lisbon Treaty was always a "must be" - a necessary step in the long-term plans
of the architects of this new world order.
How to Remove Pesticides from Fruit
with Fred Brown
Pesticide residues remain in most fruits and vegetables, even after being washed with
detergents. The reason? Pesticide resides are not removed normally from fruits and
vegetables, even afer washing. The reason? Pesticides are oil-based, and as we know, oil
and water do not mix. Oil is usually not removed by water, certainly not tap water, which
introduces other problems. The solution is to use a special kind of water called Kangen
Water. Fred Brown, Vegas Buzz Featured Columnist and water expert, gives us a
demonstration of the removal of pesticide residues from fruit served at a buffet.
Incredible. No wonder so many people get sick eating food inside the house or out.
Propaganda - Promoting brain chips as a virtual necessity
We are being trained to accept microchip implants, and even brain chips. Here we see
one example of the marketing, or massive ongoing propaganda campaign, while frontmen like
Ray Kurzweil constantly repeat the notion that it is all inevitable i.e. that in the next
20-40 years most people will be "upgraded" in this way. The words of Paul Saffo,
a Technology Forecaster at Stanford University, almost sound like a threat "The big
losers [of this revolution] are the people who say they don't want to get involved.
They're the ones who are going to discover that being a little bit out of touch will have
some unpleasant consequences. So this is a revolution where it's not a good idea to be a
Guantanamo Bay child soldier CSIS
interrogation - Omar Khadr
A teenage Omar Khadr sobs uncontrollably as Canadian spy agents question him at the
U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a brief video excerpt released via the
internet early Tuesday morning. The 10-minute video posted just after 5 a.m. ET is of poor
quality and the voices are often inaudible, as it was never intended to be viewed by the
public. But it shows Khadr, 16 at the time, being interviewed by Canadian officials in
late February 2003. The excerpt is from five formerly classified DVDs consisting of 7.5
hours of questioning, six months after Khadr was captured following a 2002 firefight in
Afghanistan. The tapes, made public under a court order obtained by Khadr's lawyers, offer
a rare glimpse of interrogations of Guantanamo detainees and of Khadr. Khadr, now 21, has
been held at the military prison for the past six years. Shows interrogator wounds At one
point during one of the interviews, Khadr raises his orange shirt to show wounds on his
back and stomach that he says he sustained during the firefight.
Michel Juneau-Katsuya, a former CSIS agent, told CBC that the unprecedented release of
the interrogation tapes is likely to put a damper on Canada's relationship with the U.S.
at least in the short term. "Anybody can logically sort of assume that the
Americans will be a little bit more cautious about what they give to us or or in the
context they give it to us, the Canadian authorities," he said Monday. In May, the
Supreme Court of Canada ruled that branches of the Canadian government had to hand over
key evidence against Khadr to his legal team to allow a full defence of the charges
against him, which include accusations by the U.S. that he spied for and provided material
support to terrorists. Several Canadian media organizations then applied for and obtained
the release of the DVDs, as well as a package of documents that made headlines last week.
Disc copies of the 5-DVD collection were to be made available to the media at 1 p.m. ET at
the lawyers' offices in Edmonton.
Examines the nature of fear - our most primal and powerful emotion. From its
evolutionary origins in the involuntary fight-or-flight survival instinct to its essential
function as a learning tool today. Utilising advanced computer graphic imagery Primal
Instincts journeys inside the brain to witness the amazing work of the tiny but powerful
amygdala - the most primitive part of the brain that puts us on high alert before we even
know we are afraid. Melbourne pizza worker, Giles, knows what paralysing fear feels like
and the program recreates the night his restaurant was robbed by a knife-wielding
attacker. Primal Instincts travels to the ends of the fear spectrum, beginning with those
who are unable to experience the emotion - and the harm they can do to themselves and to
others. We also meet people who suffer from fear gone wrong and find out how phobias can
hijack the 'thinking' part of the brain - the frontal cortex. The study of fear is one of
the hottest topics in emotions research today. It turns out one protein in the brain could
be responsible for all panic attacks.
Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, have been
running a "race to the bottom" in television news. This film provides an
in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of
the public's right to know
Arena - The Burger and the
A remarkable guided tour through the
culinary world of Elvis Presley, in his later years famed as much for his appetite as for
his music. The King's passion for food is recounted by close friends, relatives and
personal cooks who share the recipes that kept their idol happy. From the squirrel and
racoon dishes of his youth to the fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches that
contributed to his demise.
Many people are choosing aluminium-free deodorants, but it's notoriously hard to
find one that works. Hippyshopper's reviewers put a selection to the test, and share the
results with you here.
Aluminum, Friendly Foe
Aluminum is all around us. From the tap water, canned drinks, soda pop, beer, teas,
etc., pastries, cookware, anti-perspirants, underarm deodorants, table salt, baking
powder. Read labels, Sodium Aluminum Phosphate, Alum. Aluminum is usually suttle, although
it is constantly affecting parts of one's body at the cellular level. My belief is that
one day, Aluminum will be found at the seed of all disease. Drink healthy spring water.
Choose wisely. Alzheimer's and dementia and other challenges...
De Farmacratische Inquisitie
Dit is de Nederlands ondertitelde versie van The Pharmacratic Inquisition, een film uit
2007 over de rol die bewustzijnsverruimende planten en paddenstoelen gespeeld hebben in de
ontwikkeling van folklore en religie. De grote godsdiensten zijn zich niet meer bewust van
dit psychedelische verleden en doen er alles aan om het gebruik van deze planten te
ontmoedigen. Vorig jaar heeft Minister Ab Klink van het Christelijk Democratisch Appel
aangekondigd de paddo te gaan verbieden, ook al heeft hij daar geen goede redenen voor.
Onlangs liet hij weten ook de Vliegenzwam op de verboden lijst te willen plaatsen. Toen ik
dit las, besloot ik dat er een Nederlandse vertaling moest komen van The Pharmacratic
Inquisition. Zie hier het resultaat. Ivar Verploegh
The Dangers of Plastic: Interview with Charles Moore
This interview with Charles Moore, founder of the Algalita Research Institute,
highlights some of the problems of plastic contamination.
David Icke - Big Brother, the Big
David Icke speaks to the constituents of Haltemprice and Howden about the 'Big Brother'
election, forced by the resignation of David Davis, and the move towards the global Big
Brother enslavement we are all facing. (Official Full Version)
Look but don't touch
Alesha Adams looks at the Photoshopped world of glassy magazines and how fake images
affect young girls body image.