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Refined Sugar Cancer Cells love it.
Processed sugar blocks the absorption of calcium
Processed sugar produces a low oxygen environment.
Processed sugar is extremely acidic.
Processed sugar depletes B vitamins which is needed by the liver to detoxify it.
Colas Colas are extremely acidic with a pH of approximately 2.5.
It takes 32 glasses of water with a pH of 10 to neutralize that one cola.
 
 
sugar substitutes Nutrasweet, which is made from aspartame. Aspartame is 10% wood alcohol -- which your body metabolizes into various carcinogens!
One of them is DKP--which may cause brain tumors.)
headaches, dizziness, mood changes, numbness, vomiting, nausea, muscle cramps and spasms, abdominal pain, vision problems, skin lesions, memory loss and seizures.
 
Cancer Cells Are highly acidic
Low in Oxygen
Cancer is not compatible in a healthy pH environment full of oxygen.
Cancer loves Potassium 
Cancer loves sugar
 
 
pH A difference of 1 in a pH value means ten times the difference in the number of OH-ions, a difference of 2 means one hundred times the difference in the number of OH-ions. In other words, blood with a pH value of 7.45 contains 64.9% more oxygen than blood with a pH value of 7.30.
acid coagulates blood, thus causing poor blood circulation around the places where acids are accumulated.
Lower blood Ph but not body.
 
 
 
Microwaves  Yea I hate this one too. I love popcorn in them. But look what happens to a plant tested with micro waved water. http://www.rense.com/general70/microwaved.htm 
Fluoride  This is some bad, bad stuff. Read about it. http://www.rense.com/general70/fll.htm 
Chlorine  
Electricity  
Cell Phones I have noticed a concentration of places where my cell phone hangs. I have read similar online somewhere. 
Tests conducted by 20/20 have found that some of the country is most popular cell phones can ˇ depending on how they're held ˇ exceed the radiation limit. 20/20 reports that government testing guidelines are so vague that a phone can pass the Federal Communications Commission Ýs requirements when tested in one position and exceed those maximum levels when held in another position.
As consumer concerns mount that prolonged mobile phone use could lead to problems ranging from headaches to tumors, a recent study showing an alarming rate of brain cancer in some cell phone users is helping swing scientific opinion in Britain.
In a study not yet published in scientific literature, Swedish professors Lennart Hardell and Kjell Hansson Mild found that people who had used analog mobile phones for up to 10 years had a 26% higher risk of brain cancer than a ``control'' sample of patients.
MSG MSG was first used in Japan as a flavor enhancer. MSG has been linked to asthma, headaches, and heart irregularities.  Behavioral and physical problems of children, such as incontinence and seizures, as well as attention deficit disorder (ADD), have been diagnosed and successfully treated as MSG disorders.

Additives that always contain MSG

Monosodium Glutamate, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Hydrolyzed Protein, Hydrolyzed Plant Protein, Plant Protein Extract, Sodium Caseinate, Calcium Caseinate, Yeast Extract, Textured Protein, Autolyzed Yeast, Hydrolyzed Oat Flour

Terms that frequently indicate hidden MSG additives

Malt extract, Bouillon, Broth, Stock Flavoring, Natural Flavoring, Natural Beef or Chicken Flavoring, Seasoning Spices

Additives that may contain MSG or excitotoxins

Carrageenan, Enzymes, Soy Protein Concentrate, Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Protease enzymes of various sources can release excitotoxin amino acids from food proteins.

Artificial Sweeteners  Again, this, like MSG is an Excitotoxin. Again, aspartame and like MSG is an Excitotoxin. Excitotoxins have been found to dramatically promote cancer growth and metastasis. In fact, one aspartame researcher noticed that, when cancer cells were exposed to aspartame, they became more mobile, and you see the same effect with MSG. It also causes a cancer cell to become more mobile, and that enhances metastasis, or spread. These MSG-exposed cancer cells developed all of these pseudopodians and started moving through tissues, which is one of the earlier observations from cancer. 

Splenda however works on thalamus suppression. 
"If you're suppressing the thalamus gland in a child, that's the future of their immune function. You can increase everything from autoimmunity to producing immune-related diseases, to infections and cancers. The implications of thalamus gland suppression are enormous.There have been reports of miscarriages associated with Splenda in experimental animals. The problem is, we don't have a lot of well-conducted studies on Splenda to ferret these things out, and they're not going to do them. The best way to protect your product is to never test it, or just to set up some phony test and report it in a journal that's friendly to your point of view." Interview with Dr. Russell Blaylock on devastating health effects of MSG, aspartame and excitotoxins done by NewsTarget.com. Whole article [url]http://www.newstarget.com/020550.html[/url] 
"Almost all Alzheimer's patients have incompetent barriers. Heat stroke, seizures, autoimmune disorder and multiple sclerosis all are related with this active blood brain barrier."
 Splenda however works on  thalamus suppression.

"If you're suppressing the thalamus gland in a child, that's the future of their immune function. You can increase everything from autoimmunity to producing immune-related diseases, to infections and cancers. The implications of thalamus gland suppression are enormous.

There have been reports of miscarriages associated with Splenda in experimental animals. The problem is, we don't have a lot of well-conducted studies on Splenda to ferret these things out, and they're not going to do them. The best way to protect your product is to never test it, or just to set up some phony test and report it in a journal that's friendly to your point of view." Interview with Dr. Russell Blaylock on devastating health effects of MSG, aspartame and excitotoxins done by NewsTarget.com. Whole article  http://www.newstarget.com/020550.html

"Almost all Alzheimer's patients have incompetent barriers. Heat stroke, seizures, autoimmune disorder and multiple sclerosis all are related with this active blood brain barrier."

Benzene Benzene and the other aromatic hydrocarbons are obtained for industrial purposes from the distillation of coal tar, a byproduct in the manufacture of coke, and from petroleum by special reforming methods. They are used in the manufacture of plastics, synthetic rubber, dyes, and drugs. Benzene is a known carcinogen.

Benzene is a colorless liquid with a sweet odor. It evaporates into the air very quickly and dissolves slightly in water. It is highly flammable and is formed from both natural processes and human activities.

Benzene is widely used in the United States; it ranks in the top 20 chemicals for production volume. Some industries benzene uses are to make other chemicals which are used to make plastics, resins, and nylon and synthetic fibers. Benzene is also used to make some types of rubbers, lubricants, dyes, detergents, drugs, and pesticides. Natural sources of benzene include volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural part of crude oil, gasoline, and cigarette smoke.

Research has shown Benzene to cause cancer and central nervous system toxicity. It is classified as a "Category A" human carcinogen under the EPA Risk Assessment Guidelines of 1986. Studies have linked Benzene exposure to leukemia, a malignant disease that affects the blood and bone marrow, as well as other forms of cancer.

Studies have also linked benzene to hematologic diseases such as Myelodysplastic Syndrome, Aplastic Anemia, Pancytopenia, and Myelofibrosis.

Benzene is easily absorbed into the bloodstream through the inhalation of vapors and mist. It can also be absorbed through your skin and into your bloodstream when in contact with a person's body. Individuals employed in industries that manufacture or use benzene, such as gasoline distribution workers, laborers, pipe fitters, refinery workers and those involved in the servicing of underground fuel tanks, are at risk of exposure to some of the highest levels of Benzene. In addition, the general public can be exposed to elevated levels of Benzene in contaminated drinking water and in the air due to emissions from burning coal and oil, motor vehicle exhaust, and evaporation from gasoline service stations and in industrial solvents.

Outdoor air contains low levels of benzene from tobacco smoke, automobile service stations, exhaust from motor vehicles, and industrial emissions.

Vapors (or gases) from products that contain benzene, such as glues, paints, furniture wax, and detergents, can also be a source of exposure.

Air around hazardous waste sites or gas stations will contain higher levels of benzene.

Working in industries that make or use benzene

Benzene is used in the production of many materials and products including: styrene, some types of rubbers, lubricants, dyes, drugs, synthetic detergents, insecticides, fumigants, solvents, paint removers, and gasoline. Benzene is also a byproduct of the coking process during steel production.

  • Benzene's use as a solvent was banned more than 20 years ago.
  • Almost 300,000 people per year are exposed to benzene in the workplace.
  • Benzene ranks # 6 on the CERCLA Hazerdous Substance List.

The effects of benzene on the human system are as follows: "Confirmed human carcinogen producing myeloid leukemia, Hodgkin's disease, and lymphomas by inhalation. A human poison by inhalation . . .skin contact, intraperitoneal, intravenous, and possibly other routes. A severe eye and moderate skin irritant. . . blood changes, increased body temperature. . .Mutation data reported. . . .The bone marrow may be [damaged], . . .the changes reflected in the peripheral blood. Anemia, leucopenia, macrocytosis, . . .thrombocytopenia may be present. . . Benzene has a definite cumulative action . . . . In chronic poisoning the onset is slow, with the symptoms vague: fatigue, headache, dizziness, nausea and loss of appetite, loss of weight, and weakness are common complaints [emphasis mine]. There is great individual variation in the signs and symptoms of chronic benzene poisoning." (21)

Benzene belongs to the chemical family known as aromatic hydrocarbons, the other members, and their uses, are:

NAPTHALENE: The main constituent in mothballs and employed in the production of dyes and synthetic resins. It is also used for industrial lubricants, explosives, fungicides, and as a solvent and preservative.
ANILINE: Related to both benzene and ammonia, it is used to make a wide variety of organic chemical compounds including pharmaceuticals, photographic chemicals, and dye intermediates.
PHENOL: Chiefly manufactured from benzene, its chief uses are in the manufacturing of plastics, dyes, and disinfectants.
HYDROQUINONE: Manufactured by oxidizing aniline, it is used extensively as a photographic developer and as a food antioxidant.

The other aromatic hydrocarbons are xylene and toluene. The effects of the hydrocarbons are similar: they accumulate in, and damage, the bone marrow causing anemia and depressed immune function. A related compound, though not a hydrocarbon, is benzoic acid, a.k.a., sodium benzoate, methylparaben, and propylparaben

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Benzene and the other aromatic hydrocarbons are obtained for industrial purposes from the distillation of coal tar, a byproduct in the manufacture of coke, and from petroleum by special reforming methods. They are used in the manufacture of plastics, synthetic rubber, dyes, and drugs. Benzene is a known carcinogen.
Benzene is a colorless liquid with a sweet odor. It evaporates into the air very quickly and dissolves slightly in water. It is highly flammable and is formed from both natural processes and human activities.
Benzene is widely used in the United States; it ranks in the top 20 chemicals for production volume. Some industries benzene uses are to make other chemicals which are used to make plastics, resins, and nylon and synthetic fibers. Benzene is also used to make some types of rubbers, lubricants, dyes, detergents, drugs, and pesticides. Natural sources of benzene include volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural part of crude oil, gasoline, and cigarette smoke.
Research has shown Benzene to cause cancer and central nervous system toxicity. It is classified as a "Category A" human carcinogen under the EPA Risk Assessment Guidelines of 1986. Studies have linked Benzene exposure to leukemia, a malignant disease that affects the blood and bone marrow, as well as other forms of cancer.
Studies have also linked benzene to hematologic diseases such as Myelodysplastic Syndrome, Aplastic Anemia, Pancytopenia, and Myelofibrosis.
Benzene is easily absorbed into the bloodstream through the inhalation of vapors and mist. It can also be absorbed through your skin and into your bloodstream when in contact with a person's body. Individuals employed in industries that manufacture or use benzene, such as gasoline distribution workers, laborers, pipe fitters, refinery workers and those involved in the servicing of underground fuel tanks, are at risk of exposure to some of the highest levels of Benzene. In addition, the general public can be exposed to elevated levels of Benzene in contaminated drinking water and in the air due to emissions from burning coal and oil, motor vehicle exhaust, and evaporation from gasoline service stations and in industrial solvents.
Outdoor air contains low levels of benzene from tobacco smoke, automobile service stations, exhaust from motor vehicles, and industrial emissions.Vapors (or gases) from products that contain benzene, such as glues, paints, furniture wax, and detergents, can also be a source of exposure.
Air around hazardous waste sites or gas stations will contain higher levels of benzene.
Working in industries that make or use benzene
Benzene is used in the production of many materials and products including: styrene, some types of rubbers, lubricants, dyes, drugs, synthetic detergents, insecticides, fumigants, solvents, paint removers, and gasoline. Benzene is also a byproduct of the coking process during steel production.
Benzene's use as a solvent was banned more than 20 years ago.Almost 300,000 people per year are exposed to benzene in the workplace.
Benzene ranks # 6 on the CERCLA Hazerdous Substance List.
The effects of benzene on the human system are as follows: "Confirmed human carcinogen producing myeloid leukemia, Hodgkin's disease, and lymphomas by inhalation. A human poison by inhalation . . .skin contact, intraperitoneal, intravenous, and possibly other routes. A severe eye and moderate skin irritant. . . blood changes, increased body temperature. . .Mutation data reported. . . .The bone marrow may be [damaged], . . .the changes reflected in the peripheral blood. Anemia, leucopenia, macrocytosis, . . .thrombocytopenia may be present. . . Benzene has a definite cumulative action . . . . In chronic poisoning the onset is slow, with the symptoms vague: fatigue, headache, dizziness, nausea and loss of appetite, loss of weight, and weakness are common complaints [emphasis mine]. There is great individual variation in the signs and symptoms of chronic benzene poisoning." (21)
Benzene belongs to the chemical family known as aromatic hydrocarbons, the other members, and their uses, are:
NAPTHALENE:
The main constituent in mothballs and employed in the production of dyes and synthetic resins. It is also used for industrial lubricants, explosives, fungicides, and as a solvent and preservative.
ANILINE:
Related to both benzene and ammonia, it is used to make a wide variety of organic chemical compounds including pharmaceuticals, photographic chemicals, and dye intermediates.
PHENOL:
Chiefly manufactured from benzene, its chief uses are in the manufacturing of plastics, dyes, and disinfectants.
HYDROQUINONE:
Manufactured by oxidizing aniline, it is used extensively as a photographic developer and as a food antioxidant.
The other aromatic hydrocarbons are xylene and toluene. The effects of the hydrocarbons are similar: they accumulate in, and damage, the bone marrow causing anemia and depressed immune function. A related compound, though not a hydrocarbon, is benzoic acid, a.k.a., sodium benzoate, methylparaben, and propylparaben
Great site on Benzene is at 
http://www.virusmyth.net/aids/data/sblubejob.htm 

Phenol has anesthetic properties, and is the active ingredient in some oral anesthetics such as Chloraseptic spray.

It is also used in the production of drugs (it is the starting material in the industrial production of aspirin), weedkillers, and synthetic resins (Bakelite, one of the first synthetic resins to be manufactured, is a polymer of phenol with formaldehyde). Exposure of the skin to concentrated phenol solutions causes chemical burns which may be severe; in laboratories where it is used, it is usually recommended that polyethylene glycol solution is kept available for washing off splashes.

Great site on Benzene is at 

http://www.virusmyth.net/aids/data/sblubejob.htm 

Genetically Engineered Food (GE) URL http://www.seedsofdeception.com/Public/Newsletter/index.cfm
http://www.thecampaign.org/
Estimated 70% of all store bought foods contain GE foods.
European Union nations, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries require the mandatory labeling of foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients. As a result, food manufacturers in all those countries choose to use non-genetically engineered ingredients.
only five countries that grew about 98 percent of the $44 billion of commercial genetically engineered crops in 2003-2004. Those five countries were: the United States ($27.5 billion), Argentina ($8.9 billion), China ($3.9 billion), Canada ($2.0 billion) and Brazil ($1.6 billion).
 
POLITICS What is a little known secret is that Clinton set us up with the World Trade Commission so that we must comply to their nutrition rules by 12-31-2009. Bush has also made sure we're right on track. The WTC was started by a NAZI War CRIMINAL, thought up while he was serving time and  by their own account 3 billion people will die within the 1st year of their diet they require. 1 billion from starvation and 2 billion from diet deficient diseases. Thank the DEMOCRATS and  REPUBLICANS. We need an AMERICAN CANDIDATE.  STOP BEING GOOD REPUBLICANS. STOP BEING GOOD DEMOCRATS.  START BEING GOOD AMERICANS.