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- Ultra-processed foods increase risk of depression
- EU countries wind up to ban Ashwaghanda
- High cost to NHS of treating obesity and heart disease
- Regenerative health and salutogenesis
- High sugar intake drives development of Alzheimer's disease
- News from ANH-USA
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- Eating a diet high in ultra-processed foods (UPFs) increases the risk becoming depressed. A new study from Australian researchers, published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, found people whose diet included more than 30% UPFs were at a more than 20% increased risk of becoming depressed. Given the results of the study, a diet first approach would be more likely to effectively treat depression than the current go-to of antidepressant drugs.
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- A number of EU countries including Finland and Sweden are looking to follow Denmark’s lead in prohibiting the use of Ashwaghanda (Withania somnifera) in supplements. Popular in Ayurvedic medicine, the adaptogenic herb has been used in supplements for centuries, often to support good sleep and relieve stress. Concerns have been raised in recent years over the safety of the herb, particularly following risk assessments carried out by the Technical University of Denmark. The risk assessments suggested negative effects on thyroid and sex hormones and stated that it wasn't possible to establish a safe lower limit. Nutraingredients has more
- Research presented at the European Congress on Obesity held in Dublin this month lays bare the cost to the UK's NHS of supporting patients who are obese and suffer from heart disease. The cost to treat those that are obese and suffer heart disease was found to be more than twice that for someone who is only obese. The study, which hasn’t yet been published was funded by Novo Nordisk, which makes drugs to treat obesity and diabetes.
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- When it comes to regenerative health the key focus is on creating health by utilising the body’s inbuilt repair system. A process known as salutogenesis. Dr Robert Naviaux has just published an overview of the process in Mitochondrion, in which he links the tsunami of chronic disease to impaired salutogenesis resulting in incomplete healing. Dr James Lyons-Weiler explores the study in more detail
- Alzheimer's disease is often referred to as type 3 diabetes, which recognises the role of high intakes of sugar in the development of amyloid plaques, a key indicator of Alzheimer's disease. A new mouse study published in JCL Insight has found that the more sugar mice were given, the higher the amount of amyloid plaques were found. Given the skyrocketing rates of Alzheimer's disease it's beyond time to encourage people to embrace a nutrient dense, wholefood diet rich in healthy fats and low in sugars and starchy carbs to significantly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's.
>>> Alzheimer’s disease: cheap nutrients outperform latest drug
News from ANH-USA
- US lawmakers are introducing a bill that’s poses a huge threat to freedom of speech. Ostensibly designed to ban Tik-Tok, the new bill could give the government wide-reaching powers to suppress those who dissent from the mainstream narrative. The latest assault on liberties in the US comes in the form of the Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology (RESTRICT) Act. Despite the innocuous sounding reasons behind the introduction of the Bill, if passed into law it could result in the banning and restriction of any online content deemed to counter prevailing narratives. Read more…
- ANH-USA’s campaign to protect women’s access to compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (cBHRT) continues with a call for concerned US citizens to support a sign-on letter being circulated in Congress telling the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) not to limit women’s access to these treatments. Find out more about how you can take action…
- The ANH-USA team joins our call for supporters to take part in the upcoming Nobel Prize Summit (May 24-26), which is designed to create strategies to combat and squash dissenters and establish dogma designed not to be questioned. Read more…
- Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization, has sent a warning to the world that the threat of another pandemic even deadlier than covid can’t be ruled out. His comments came during a speech at the 76th World Health Assembly in Switzerland. He also called for negotiations around the Pandemic Treaty and changes to the International Health Regulations to be speeded up
- Children’s Health Defense is calling on citizens globally to join The Great Freeset and defeat attempts by the World Health Organization (WHO) and its cronies' power grab attempt via its proposed Pandemic Treaty and changes to the International Heath Regulations. Show your resistance to the WHO’s plans by signing the Health Freedom Bill of Rights to protect your and your family's future health sovereignty.
>>> Read The plan for WHO supremacy over human health
- A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Canadian government on behalf of aviation employees harmed, either medically or through the termination of or suspension from their job, as a result of covid jab mandates
- El Gato Malo warns of a trojan horse in the form of e-verify systems designed to check all workers for citizenship/eligibility to work being introduced in the US. Once in place it’s only a step or two more to the full scale introduction of digital ID systems, social credit systems and more
- A judge in Texas has ordered the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to release the data it relied on to license covid injections by mid 2025, rather than over 23.5 years as set down by the FDA. Aaron Siri representing the plaintiffs said it was a win for tranparency and accountability
- In Australia, the Communications Minister, Michelle Rowland, has admitted that the introduction of age verification systems for adult websites may involve the full rollout of a federal government digital ID. Many governments are now using a technique in which systems, under the guise of protecting children or citizens from harm, are being brought in to get people used to the ID checks before ushering in full digital ID systems
- The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) has filed a lwasuit against the US government challenging the censoring of people who've been injured by covid jabs by social media companies. The lawsuit specifically notes that those named on the motion are not 'anti-vaxxers' and that the ongoing censorship of their posts infringes their freedom of speech
- Reports of mothers with blue/green breastmilk have been reported to VAERS since the beginning of the rollout of covid jabs. One study found 1 in 60 women developed green breastmilk following an mRNA jab. Geoff Pain PhD examines the issue and offers a theory for why this is happening
- A cluster of severe myocarditis cases in babies under 28 days of age has been flagged by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and World Health Organization. The problem is being linked to enterovirus infection, however myocarditis is a very rare complication of enterovirus. Only cases between June 2022 and April 2023 are being investigated as this is considered to be the main enterovirus season, however this has excluded at least one other case of myocarditis where a baby died, because the death was outside of the specified period. According to the Epoch Times, the UKHSA hasn’t responded to questions about ruling out links to covid jabs
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