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Natural News

  • New York City has announced its intention to track people's food purchases using credit card data in order to help it reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change. Top of the hit list are meat and dairy products. London City also has the same aspirations following agreements reached by the two C40 Cities and American Express at a meeting in 2022. This is far from a health or climate matter, but one of personal freedoms, as the authorities continue to try to track and influence our behaviours without first seeking permission
  • Recognising the toxicity of and harms to health posed by bisphenol A (BPA) the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has significantly lowered the recommended tolerable daily intake for BPA from the previous temporary level of 4 mcg per kilogram of body weight per day to 0.2 nanograms per kilogram of body weight per day. That’s a 20,000 fold reduction. The reduction has been rejected by Europe’s plastic industry and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), which has called into question the underlying science used by EFSA to justify the change
  • A strong sense of purpose in life improves the resilience of our brain and its ability to cope with the stresses and strains of life, including injuries, helping us maintain good cognitive function as we age and reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. These are the findings of a recent study, using Spanish data, published in Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy
  • Intermittent fasting plus time-restricted eating promotes blood sugar control more effectively than calorie reduction or standard weight loss advice, according to a small study published in Nature Medicine
  • A Writ of Kalikasan has been issued by the Supreme Court in the Philipines in response to a petition brought by activists, led by Masipag National, fighting to stop the introduction of GM Golden Rice and Bt aubergine because it would endanger the health of the environment. The writ of Kalikasan is a legal instrument that provides protection for Philipine citizens' right to a healthy environment
  • Switching to phthalate and paraben-free personal care products could reduce the risk of developing breast cancer. A new study published in Chemosphere, found that women who switched to using phthalate and paraben free products, experienced a significant reversal of their cancer risk, cancer associated genes switched to a ‘normal’ profile, plus there was a huge reduction in the levels of phthalates and parabens in their urine
  • The Integrity of Science conference takes place in Edinburgh on the 26-27 May. The European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility, is bringing together independent scientists to honour the work of Dr. Árpád Pusztai, who died in 2021, and investigate the continued conflicts between public policy and critical science. The purpose of the conference is to improve the public understanding of science and how it's used
  • The HPV Vaccine caused cervical cancer in a young woman, according to a recent lawsuit filed in the US against the vaccine's maker, Merck. Caroline Cantera was 19 when she received 3 HPV shots following which she experienced fatigue, weakness and intense stomach aches. She was eventually diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer — the very disease the shots were supposed to protect her against. Due to the treatment, she has gone through menopause early and has been denied the chance to ever bear her own children.

News from ANH-USA

  • The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is maintaining its stance that nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) doesn’t meet the definition of a dietary supplement because, in its opinion, it was studied as a drug prior to being used in supplement form. Read more…
  • Food labels in the US are about to become even more misleading than ever. Based on outdated and incorrect advice, healthy foods such as eggs, butter and coconut milk that are high in saturated fat will potentially be labelled as unhealthy due to the government’s continued obsession with low-fat foods. Conversely some products with added sugar will be able to make health claims. Read more…
  • Dr Ronald Hoffman shares his nutritional outrages of the week in the form of three food related stories that caught his eye: repositioning cereal as a bedtime snack; Lunchables hit the school canteen as they reformulate to fit ‘healthy’ government guidelines; substituting pork rinds for wheat to lower the carb values of a traditional Passover meal. Read more…

Covid News

  • Serious questions abound over the nature of covid ‘vaccine’ contracts in the US between the government, Pfizer and Moderna. Sasha Latypova discusses the eyewatering sums of money poured into Moderna by the US government asking questions about the nature of the contract along with the timings of its inception
  • More than $1 billion has been burnt through by the US government to study long covid. Despite the huge sum there’s nothing to show for it. The National Institutes of Health hasn’t studied a single patient even though it was directed to do so by Congress. STAT News has the full story
  • Adverse reactions following covid booster jabs were more frequent following a second booster, than a second monovalent booster injection, according to a recent research letter from German researchers published in Clinical Microbiology and Infection
  • City workers in Chicago, fired for refusing the covid injection have been vindicated after a judge ruled they should be reinstated and receive compensation for lost wages and benefits
  • Face masks may cause health issues due to the inhalation of increased carbon dioxide trapped by the mask. In turn, this may pose an increased risk of stillbirth, testicular dysfunction and damage to brain health. The warning comes from German researchers publishing in Heliyon who've undertaken a scoping review regarding CO2 exposure and face mask use
  • Dr Melissa McCann has launched a class action lawsuit in Australia against the government on behalf of those who've been injured and/or bereaved by covid injections. To date over 500 people have signed up to be a part of the lawsuit. There's still time to join the action if you or a loved one has been adversely affected by covid jabs
  • Anecdotal evidence from dentists in the US suggest covid jabs are causing severe dental issues including oral pain and facial swelling. In one reported case an ulcer developed, which caused the patient's bone to deriorate to the point where they started losing chunks of their jawbone
  • Moderna lied in a 2021 study when it stated, “No serious adverse effects were observed”, according to an investigation by Alex Berenson. In actuality, 14 people suffered serious adverse reactions (SAEs) including 3 miscarriages and a range of cardiovascular issues
  • Australian regulators have given Moderna's Spikevax jab full approval. All other covid jabs remain provisionally approved. The approval comes after Moderna and the Australian government announced a partnership to establish an mRNA production facility in Melbourne
  • The newest release of Pfizer documents reveal a catalogue of adverse reactions associated with pregnancy and breast feeding. Of the 248 cases of reported adverse reactions, there were 53 spontaneous abortions (12%), 14 of which were excluded from the review. Ten babies exposed to covid jabs via breast milk suffered skin issues and sickness. The Naked Emperor details the findings on his Substack, which should, at the very least, have triggered additional studies, yet instead, the findings were hidden and pregnant women were advised it was safer to get ‘vaccinated’ than catch covid
  • Is the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) sitting on reports of adverse reactions associated with covid booster jabs? Stephen Feldman analyses the available data asking why there’s been such a dramatic drop in reported injury reports following boosters
  • Pfizer quietly funded so called 'independent' groups and organisations over the past 3 years so they would unilaterally support the use of covid shots and associated sanctions against those who refused them
  • The MHRA is also the focus of a new report, The Perseus Report, detailing its systemic failings in regulating covid shots and protecting the public from harm. The report written by a multidisciplinary team, which remains largely anonymous, details grave concerns about the MHRA’s ability to protect the public from harm, along with its lack of process for investigating Yellow Card reports, independent safety audits, lack of accountability and funding by the pharmaceutical agency
  • Following a Freedom of Information request at the end of 2021, Judicial Watch has received records from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) describing the details of its work in collaboration with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, to create mutant viruses using coronaviruses from bats to find out how much they would need to evolve to use ACE receptors to gain entry to human cells. The data provides further support for the theory that covid ‘escaped’ from the Wuhan lab rather than emerged from an animal reservoir
  • A citizens petition was filed with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting covid jab labels be amended to state they don’t prevent infection or transmission. In response, the FDA said its authorisation and licensing standards for vaccines do not require proof that products prevent infection or transmission
  • There’s no evidence to show shielding protected vulnerable people against covid according to a new study from Swansea University. The study also found that deaths and healthcare usage were higher among those who were shielding than the general population. It also found there was little impact on the level of infections in those who were shielding
  • German media is being flooded with stories of those who’ve being injured by covid jabs and subsequent lawsuits, as people realise what’s happened over the last 3 years
  • Whitleblower, Brook Jackson, has had her lawsuit against Pfizer and others for fraudulent behaviour and withholding of information relating to covid jab trials, dismissed on the grounds she was unable to prove her claims. The judge has however left the door open for Jackson and her team to appeal.


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