The Top 7 Things Poisoning Your Children

You probably didn’t know this, but parents directly poison their children every day with things that the U.S. agencies have labeled “safe”.

Most people go through their day to day habits believing everything that mainstream media tells them… Even worse,  most parents get their health related information from their friends or family members that “heard a story” about something… and then everybody believes it’s true.

Now this list may shock you… and some of you will even get mad at me for writing it.  But I’m used to it… because it’s human nature to attack others whenever a pre-existing belief is challenged.  All I ask is… Don’t shoot the messenger.

Here we go…

Top 7 Things Poisoning Your Children… Even Today.

1. Hot Dogs

Hot dogs are made with all of the left over bits and pieces of the animals in the slaughterhouses.  Even worse… This mystery meat is then preserved with a proven cancer-causing ingredient called sodium nitrite.  This ingredient has been proven to produce leukemia, pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, and even brain tumors in children.  Hot dogs are far more toxic than you think… but yet nobody ever stops eating them.

2. Cough Syrup

Even though cough syrup has been proven to be completely worthless in preventing coughs, parents everywhere continue to give dose after dose of this artificially colored and sweetened toxic drink of unnecessary petrochemicals.  Don’t believe me… just read the labels yourself.

3. Mercury Fillings

Often called “Silver fillings” or “Amalgam fillings” to hide the fact that they’re made from over 40% mercury, these highly toxic fillings are placed into the mouths of children where they continuously inhale the mercury vapor and even sometimes swallow pieces of these fillings when they break off.  Chronic Mercury poisoning has been proven to lead to long term neurological damage in humans.  You have to check out this video from IAOMT that was posted on youtube to learn more… CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

4. Sunscreen

The bottom line… the sunscreen industry is a huge scam.  the majority of the popular sunscreen products actually cause skin cancer… not prevent it.  This is because of the multiple toxic chemicals that they contain in their ingredients.  Don’t forget that because it is something that you rub on your skin, it’s being absorbed very quickly.  The biggest hoax of all time about sunscreen is that it blocks the UV radiation necessary for the skin to manufacture Vitamin D.  This nutrient is so important to the body in because of it’s anti cancer properties that even your medical doctors are writing prescriptions for it.  Has it ever occurred to you that the reason you’ve been told to be scared of the sun is because of the profits that are generated through the medical, pharmaceutical, and sunscreen industries?

5. Fluoride In Your Water Supply

Only in America can we be hoodwinked into believing that adding a toxic waste substance to our water supply is going to protect us.  People don’t realize that fluoride only works topically… meaning that it only works if rubbed on teeth and then spit out… and that’s only if you’re using natural fluoride.  Not something that has been collected as a waste product from the fertilizer industries.   Would you swallow Neosporin ointment after you cut your finger?  Of course not.  So why is is justifiable to drink fluoride to protect our teeth?

6. Bacon

Yeah… this one sucks because I used to LOVE eating bacon.  It’s almost Un-American to not eat bacon and hot dogs isn’t it?  Just remember… if it’s not a processed mess of parts formed to look like bacon, then it’s still preserved with sodium nitrite and also contaminated with other toxic chemicals that were lodged in the animal fats.  If you’re gonna continue to eat  these meats… opt for the organic, free-range, antibiotic free, rBGH free meats that haven’t been laced with nitrites.

7.  Antibacterial Soap

What do Antibiotics do?  They kill living organisms… good and bad.  Antibacterial soap is doing the same thing. You are washing your hands with nerve toxins.  Children’s bodies need to build their own immune system naturally.  Every child that I have ever seen that is sick all of the time, is a  child that has been taken to the Pediatrician’s office 6+ times a year, on medications almost every month if not more frequently, and their mother believes that antibacterial soap is keeping them safe.  The absolute worst thing you can do as a parent is believe that you have control over the germs they come in contact with.  You’re better off using natural soap.  You’ll never find it at walmart either.  Check out www.DrBronner.com.

Well… there you have it.

7 of the most toxic things you’re children are exposed to every day.

Unfortunately, most who read this are going to ignore it simply because it goes against some belief system that was passed down to them by their parents, friends, co-workers, doctors, or mainstream media.

Just remember… the majority of the developed nations in this world laugh at Americans because of the ridiculous beliefs we have about what is and what isn’t considered healthy.

 

Look… I grew up just like you.  I actually believed that all of this crap was safe for me and my family too.  I mean, we want to be able to believe what we are told by those we consider to be authority figures.  Right?

Unfortunately, just like us… they are human too.  And most of the information we receive in this world has a hidden agenda attached to it.  I can’t make you want to make changes in your life… I can only toss out some safe and healthy ideas your way, and if you choose to pick up those ideas on your own, then I’m satisfied.

 

Yours in health

Dr Jason Hurst, DC, CCSP, CSCS

How Alcohol Affects Your Weight

We’ve all heard the cautionary tales about alcohol, weight loss, and how the two don’t mix.

As it turns out, this is good advice. There are some very sound reasons to avoid alcohol when you’re trying to lose weight. There are also plenty of healthier options for dieters who like a little drink now and then.

Here is a list of the reasons why alcohol can slow your weight loss and affect your weight.

 

Alcohol is high in empty calories.

Alcohol contains 7 calories per gram. By way of comparison, protein and carbohydrates contain 4 calories per gram, and fat contains 9 calories per gram.

The difference is that proteins, carbohydrates, and fats pack nutrition into their calories. Calories from alcohol do not provide nutrition, and will not satisfy your hunger. This makes it easy to keep drinking – and racking up a high calorie count.

 

Alcohol delays the fat-burning process.

According to Dr. Robert Atkins, the human body burns alcohol before any other fuel source. That means your body will burn off all the alcohol you’ve consumed before turning to its store of carbohydrates and fat. This can delay your weight-loss efforts, especially if you drink
frequently.

If you can’t bring yourself to abstain from alcohol, try sipping wine instead of beer or cocktails. Dr. Atkins considered the most diet-friendly drinks to be wine, hard liquor, or either of the above mixed with seltzer, tonic water, or diet soda.

 

Excessive alcohol consumption is linked to higher BMIs.

There is a direct correlation between the amount of alcoholic drinks a person consumes during a day, and that person’s Body Mass Index (BMI).

According to a study by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), study participants with the lowest BMIs drank three to seven times a week, but had only one drink during those days.

Participants with the highest BMIs drank alcohol less frequently, but consumed several drinks at a time.

As with any food, alcohol isn’t disastrous in small quantities. The real danger lies in overindulgence.

 

Alcohol ads are misleading.

The latest alcohol marketing campaigns refer to certain alcoholic beverages as “low-carb” or “zero-carb”. These campaigns are obviously targeting dieters, who have long avoided alcohol in their quest to shed pounds.

While it is technically true that straight liquors are distilled and therefore contain no carbs, they still contain plenty of calories and no nutritional value.

Beer and wine do contain carbohydrates, which can lead to cravings and bloating. Mixed drinks are the worst of the lot, as they contain all sorts of added sugar and calories.

 

Alcohol lowers inhibitions.

When we drink alcohol, our inhibitions go down. This can cause us to make decisions we would never consider while sober. When a dieter’s inhibitions are lowered, they may find it difficult to say no to overeating or eating rich foods that are high in calories.

Intoxicated dieters might be susceptible to friends’ urges to try “just one bite”, or their insistence that “just one time won’t hurt”. Mindless snacking is also common while drunk.

While the occasional planned splurge can actually help you stay on track to lose weight, alcohol can lead to an unplanned splurge followed by guilt and discouragement.

It’s up to you. The bottom line is that any diet boils down to how many calories you consume versus how many you burn.

In small quantities, alcohol can be an occasional part of your weight loss plan. Just tread carefully, save the harder drinks for special occasions, and factor the extra calories into your daily total.

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Bye for now,

Dr Jason Hurst, DC, CCSP, CSCS