I like to collect articles I think people should know about and put them together and send them out every so often:

I don’t follow, and tend to not have any respect for mainstream or “pop” nutrition. You know – the nutritionist on the morning news who is telling you to feed your child a whole wheat bagel for breakfast. Did she sleep through the classes on blood sugar(Maybe she ate a bagel before the class)? Check out this article on 10 Health Lies and Myths Spread By Mainstream Nutrition.

Broccoli is a great food for your liver and to combat stress. It contains Vitamins A, C, K, Fiber, Potassium, Calcium and Magnesium. Find more about the 7 Vital Nutrients in Broccoli.

But, unfortunately, the broccoli may not have all those nutrients because we might have Bred all the Nutrients Out of Our Food.

China has destroyed a total of at least Three Genetically Modified Corn Shipments with origins from the United States. I know we don’t like or trust a lot of their products, but a apparently they don’t like our poison either.

More on the subject of countries not liking our food… This article lists 10 American Foods, which most of us eat on a daily basis, and other countries that ban them.

Researchers at Texas A&M University found that Watermelon may have similar effects as Viagra.

I guess consumers don’t like Antibiotics used on Organic Apples. 

Apparently, a cheap way to acquire Anti-Depressants is to Drink the Tap Water.

I bet you didn’t know your modern day breakfast cereal has its roots in the Seventh Day Adventists Religion and their health spa they set up in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1866. Read this article for some very interesting history on the breakfast cereal, the marketing that cost much more than the cereal itself and how it ends up in most process food and makes you fat.

So with all the GMO’s and antibiotics in our food and drugs in the water, I recommend doing at least two 21-Day Cleanses a year. Some foods that support your liver are: Garlic, Apple Cider Vinegar, Apples, Carrots, Beets and Avocados.

Remember: Doctors test for liver damage – not impairment. What do I mean by that? If your liver enzymes are elevated, your liver is damaged, not just impaired or a little under the weather. You need to quit doing whatever you are doing that is damaging your liver and start a lifestyle change that will support your liver. This is a good article that will explain why your liver is so important.

These recommendations are for the reduction of stress only. They are not intended as treatment or prescription for any disease, or as a substitute for regular medical care.