By Jillian MacMath, AccuWeather staff writer March 27, 2017, 8:37:12 AM EDT
As winter comes to an end, so too, is the United Kingdom’s lingering vegetable crisis.
Vegetable stock from numerous European countries is predicted to make a full recovery by April, following wintertime shortages as a result of bad weather.
The shortages, which hit lettuce, spinach, courgette and broccoli the hardest, have dramatically affected the U.K.’s major grocery retailers including Tesco, Morrison’s, The Co-Operative and Ocado… (read more at AccuWeather).
Just a trial run for now. No full out famine yet, just a little deprivation, to test the waters.
Harsh freezes in SE USA after the fruit trees bloom. Nature is neither stupid nor cruel. But humans can be both foolish and greedy. Could it be the weather is rigged to benefit those who deal in the “futures” market?
A futures market is an auction market in which participants buy and sell commodity and futures contracts for delivery on a specified future date.
What are those planes dropping in those huge plumes that spread out against the blue sky, making it white and hazy all day? Who funds this costly operation? Some call the discharge chemtrails or the activity geoengineering. It’s a nasty business, but somebody has to do it so that investors can bet on “futures” and make a killing on the stock market… and perhaps literally a killing, to wreck crops and reduce the food supply to reduce the population to their “ideal” 500 million mentioned on the Georgia Guidestones.
Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls the money can control the world. – Henry Kissinger, 1973
The price of ignorance towards the New World Order (NWO) agenda could be very costly. The psychopathic ruling elite own the banks, weapons, gold, drugs and oil, while having the politicians, police, military and mass media etc. in their pockets, and are further tightening that unrelenting grip on the control of our money, health, food, water, air, and all the related science and technology, for complete domination over the human populace. Fall for any of its carefully cultivated illusions and you could end up broke, losing property, seriously ill, or even end up dead.
In response, this is my heartfelt advice on how to prepare for your survival in the unpredictable, not too distant (potential) future. Here are 14 ways to protect you, your family and friends from the escalating NWO agenda…
It’s important to be clear that the word “incurable” in modern medical parlance means only that doctors do not yet know what to do for a particular disease or condition. An example of a condition that is supposedly irreversible, incurable and not preventable is Alzheimer’s disease. The news from researchers and people who have been courageously dabbling with a radical non-pharmaceutical “treatment” (coconut oil – see link to preliminary research below) indicates that Alzheimer’s is neither irreversible nor incurable, and that means that it also is preventable. Many “new cures” confirm the wisdom of Hippocrates’ dictum, “Let food be your medicine”. Indeed, pure foods are safer and much less expensive than drugs.
Relatively few of us suffer directly from Alzheimer’s, but many of us suffer from losing our family members to Alzheimer’s. And yet one needn’t wait for Alzheimer’s to strike. Fact is, we all may benefit from the addition of coconut oil to our daily routines. When the man in this video – Steve Trueblue – joined his 85-year-old father in the daily coconut experiment, he reported that his own physical strength and recovery curve improved significantly. At the same time, both he and his mother achieved deeper relaxation and better sleep. Steve credits coconut oil for his greater stamina and mental clarity plus an increased ability to focus on what he is engaged in doing. It also helped him from being sidetracked into eating and drinking unnecessarily. An added benefit is that it appears to help some people lose weight because it ends overeating.
Athletes have known about the benefits of coconut oil for a very long time, but the Alzheimer’s issue only came to the public’s attention when Dr Mary Newport tried feeding her stricken husband coconut oil – and his mental faculties returned. She has since written a book and has been given a grant to study the subject. It sounds as if the grant requires her to frame the “cure” in terms more mysterious than “coconut oil”. The KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle means don’t get more complicated than is absolutely necessary.
I had a personal friend whose father’s dementia problems were reversed when his wife fed him coconut oil daily, years before Mary Newport released her findings. Dr.Mary has been given a grant to study the use of coconut oil and its effects. Preliminary studies were independently performed in Spain and the [happy] results were released in December of 2015 by The National Institutes of Health. The Spanish study found that taking 3 tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil each day resulted in “improvement in cognitive status, improving especially women’s, those without diabetes mellitus type II, and severe patients.” I’ll be interested to read the followup study.
If you or yours suffers from mental – or physical – issues, coconut oil is certainly worth a try… and besides, organic coconut oil tastes good! For many years we were told to avoid all fats, but since the brain contains more cholesterol than all the rest of the body, we might have been starving it by denying it what it needs – good, clean, pure fatty foods. Avocados are another amazing source of vegetable fat, as are olives and all seeds and nuts and beans. A bottle of oil on the grocery shelf (olive oil, sunflower seed oil, etc) means that the food it came from might be a beneficial addition to the diet. These sites are run by researchers and MDs who love to scour medical research for findings that support the idea that food is indeed the very best medicine of all:
Once upon a time it was illegal for farmers to not grow hemp. Then came corporations that felt hemp threatened their profits. The oil industry, pharmaceutical companies, plastics manufacturers, the food industry, lumber companies, paper producers, fabric manufacturers – and many more – felt that hemp was unfair competition, as it was an easy-to-grow, all-in-one plant with many gifts for humanity. Hence, the demonization of hemp in the newspapers that were owned by fearful corporations.
But the public is finding the evidence is in – what serves corporations does not always swerve life or well-being. Therefore, it’s just about time we “Just say no” to naughty corporate corruption and reintroduce this life-saving plant back into our country – and the world.
The U.S. government holds the patent on cannabis as a cure for cancer. What’s with that?!?!? While our loved ones have died of cancer (and its modern medical treatments: chemo, radiation and surgery) and have left us in morbid debt to the medical industry, they could have avoided all that pain and sorrow if they had been allowed to ingest hemp oil instead?
These are the most newsworthy benefits of industrial hemp corporate media won’t teach you about.
Although the negative stigma associated with cannabis has lessened in recent years – especially since THC- and CBD-rich oils were found to be a powerful aid in fighting cancer – it still hasn’t garnered full support from the public.
This is unfortunate, as hemp is one of the most versatile (and longest cultivated) crops on the planet and can be used for a variety of practical and economical uses. According to some sources, the crop is humanity’s answer to creating a cleaner energy source that can replace nuclear power, removing radioactive water from the soil, and eliminating smog from skies in industrialized areas. In addition, nationwide hemp production (which creates more oxygen than standard crops) could eliminate deforestation by converting current paper to hemp paper, which can be recycled up to 8 times. Compare this to wood pulp, which is only recyclable up to 3 times. Finally, hemp seeds are incredibly nutritious and can even serve as a suitable feed for animals and livestock…
Devon G. Peña, PhD, an anthropologist at the University of Washington Seattle and an expert in indigenous agriculture, posted a comment to the new campaign’s website in which he called the laureates’ letter “shameful”. He noted that the signatories were:
“…mostly white men of privilege with little background in risk science, few with a background in toxicology studies, and certainly none with knowledge of the indigenous agroecological alternatives. All of you should be stripped of your Nobels.”
“The Skinny on Obesity”- a fascinating, well-documented presentation on the effects of sugar and other carbohydrates on health and weight. Valuable information here. What we put in our mouths is not without effects.
Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods. He argues that fructose (too much) and fiber (not enough) appear to be cornerstones of the obesity epidemic through their effects on insulin.
Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [7/2009] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 16717]
Dr. Lustig’s book: “Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease”
Mainstream medicine’s permissive attitude towards smoking in the face of overwhelming evidence can be an object lesson for contemporary medical collusion with the food industry.
If the balance of scientific evidence favors plant-based eating, why isn’t the medical profession at the forefront of encouraging people to eat healthier? That’s the question this video tries to answer. Looking back to smoking in the 1950s, you can see how all of society, the government, and the medical profession itself could be in favor of habits that decades of science had already overwhelmingly condemned as harmful.
More on the influence industry can have on food policy:
The McGovern Report
Seeing Red No. 3: Coloring to Dye For
Who Determines if Food Additives are Safe?
Salmonella in Chicken & Turkey: Deadly But Not Illegal