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Important: See this video before Obama Socialists remove it (health)

by AC @, Sunday, March 21, 2010, 09:07

You must see this about this lousy Health Care Bill the Democrats are ramming down our throats. And how it negatively WILL effect your health and welfare, and hand free health care to illegal immigrants. It was taken on the floor of our Congress. We need o get this out and remember in November, to cast out of office all those Democrats who vote on this national travesty.

See this video before the Obama socialists remove this video...

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6 natural remedies that really work

by AC @, Sunday, March 21, 2010, 09:08 @ AC

6 natural remedies that really work
Lemon balm, onion and parsley have proven health benefits

Pain fighter

Research proves: Capsaicin, the ingredient that gives cayenne its heat, is best known today for pain relief — easing muscle aches, postoperative discomfort, and arthritis. Studies show that it tamps down chemical messengers that transmit pain messages in the brain.

The latest research indicates that the sizzling spice may also assist in weight control. A 2009 paper in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports that capsaicin-related compounds helped people lose abdominal fat. Cayenne also appears to control blood sugar. Study participants who ate a lunch containing capsaicin had higher blood levels of a sugar-regulating hormone and less ghrelin, the "hunger hormone," than those who ate a bland meal, reported the European Journal of Nutrition last year.

A dose of prevention – best eaten raw

Research proves: A stack of new studies has confirmed many old-time uses of onions. Their thiosulfinates (sulfur compounds responsible for their smell) reduce diabetes symptoms and protect against cardiovascular disease. Quercetin, a flavonoid found in onions, prevents the inflammation associated with allergies and also protects against stomach ulcers and colon, esophageal, and breast cancers.

Lemon balm
A balm for the mind
Tradition says: Melissa officinalis, a lemon-scented member of the mint
family, has long been used to banish anxiety, boost memory, and aid sleep and digestion. It is "good against the biting of venomous beasts, comforts the heart, and driveth away all melancholy and sadnesse," wrote Elizabethan-era herbalist John Gerard in 1597.

Your skin's best friend

Urinary tract aid

A boost to the heart
Research proves: Recent studies back up the old-time uses, indicating that antioxidant compounds in hawthorn relax arterial-wall muscles, increasing blood flow to the heart and preventing or reducing symptoms of coronary artery disease. Studies also show that the flavonoids may both prevent and treat additional cardiac ailments, including congestive heart failure.

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Federal health care? Not so fast, say states

by AC @, Monday, March 22, 2010, 16:22 @ AC
edited by AC, Monday, March 22, 2010, 16:29

Federal health care? Not so fast, say states
12 attorneys general line up lawsuits, citing violations of U.S. Constitution

Posted: March 22, 2010
2:17 pm Eastern

By Drew Zahn
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

Let the lawsuits begin.

Twelve U.S. states are reportedly ready to sue the federal government over the massive health-care overhaul passed in the House yesterday, claiming it constitutes a major overstep of federal power.

"The health-care reform legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives last night clearly violates the U.S. Constitution and infringes on each state's sovereignty," said Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, a Republican.

"On behalf of the state of Florida and of the attorneys general from South Carolina, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Pennsylvania, Washington, North Dakota, South Dakota and Alabama," McCollum announced, "if the president signs this bill into law, we will file a lawsuit to protect the rights and the interests of American citizens."

Virginia's Republican Attorney General, Kenneth Cuccinelli, has also vowed to bring suit, claiming Congress' constitutional power to regulate interstate commerce doesn't extend to requiring Virginians to buy health insurance.

"If a person decides not to buy health insurance, that person by definition is not engaging in commerce," Cuccinelli said in a statement. "If you are not engaging in commerce, how can the federal government regulate you?"

Finish reading this at: World Net Daily


States Lining Up to Challenge Health Reform. Read at:

Senator Scott Scott Brown rips passage of health care bill
By Joe Dwinell
Monday, March 22, 2010

A disgusted U.S. Sen. Scott Brown urged anyone upset by last night’s historic passage of the $940 billion House health-care overhaul to swarm the Senate with phone calls in a last-ditch effort to block Democratic fixes.

Brown, saying he’s “doing his best” to blunt the sweeping reform, said this morning there’s one last chance to curb a long list of changes tucked into a “reconciliation” bill.

“The way people can get involved is to now call your senators and tell them how you feel,” the Wrentham Republican said on WEEI-AM.

The Senate must now vote on a package of changes made to the bill. Those changes - worked on by Democrats in the House and Senate along with the White House - were approved last night by the House 220-211.

But, no matter what happens in the Senate, a bill without any changes was passed by the House last night 219-212 and can now be signed into law by the president.

A vote on the bill asking for fixes is now in the hands of the Senate, where one more decisive battle loom

Finish reading this at: Boston Herald

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The Poor Misunderstood Egg

by AC @, Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 10:17 @ AC
edited by AC, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 13:51

First off, cholesterol is essential to your health. Don't get me wrong, you do have to pay attention to your cholesterol numbers. Studies have proven that cholesterol levels rose in proportion to the saturated-fat content of the diet. Other studies show high cholesterol runs in familes. Those processed meats (like sausage & hot dogs with high fat & salt content) and french fries can kill you. But whether or not eating eggs is a main "culprit" in producing cholesterol is very questionable because their is a very, very small amount of saturated fat in an egg. The fat in the egg yolk is mostly monounsaturated fat, the same kind found in olive oil. There is only 1.6 grams of saturated fat in a large egg.

According to some research, scrambled eggs & omelets may be the only way of cooking eggs that may be bad for you. That's because you break the yoke and allow it in a short time to oxidize via heat and air. You may want to switch to sunny-side up, poached, or even fried, with a small amount of healthy oil sprayed on the pan, or with olive oil.

The first hint that cholesterol was related to atherosclerosis goes back to 1910, when the German chemist Adolph Windaus reported that atherosclerotic plaques from aortas of human subjects contained 20 to 26 fold higher concentrations of cholesterol than did normal aortas.

The notion that eggs cause cholesterol goes back to research by a Russian pathologist named Nikolai Anitschov in 1913. He fed cholesterol to rabbits who then developed which produced marked hypercholesterolemia and severe atherosclerosis of the aorta. Never mind that rabbits never ate cholesterol because they are vegetarians. About 50 years later scientists tried to duplicate Anitschov's research with one difference. They didn't allow the cholesterol to lie about in the air as Anitchov did - where it quickly oxidized. That study could not reproduce Anitchov's study. Their rabbits did not develop coronary disease, and their arteries remained quite clear. But this stuff doesn't get out in the newspapers, because big drug companies make billions on selling cholesterol drugs.

The Poor Misunderstood Egg
Posted on Mar 22nd 2010 by Jonny Bowden
Filed Under: Jonny's Take, Diet & Weight Loss


Let me be perfectly clear: Eggs are one of the most perfect foods on the planet.

And -- wait for it -- that includes the yolk.

Yup, the yolk -- that poor, misunderstood, but essential component of the egg that too often gets thrown out in a misguided attempt to avoid cholesterol and fat. So let's clear a few things up about eggs, cholesterol, fat and health.

Number One: The cholesterol in eggs has virtually no effect on the cholesterol in your blood.

Number Two: The fat in the egg yolk is mostly monounsaturated fat, the same kind found in olive oil. Yes, you heard that right. Of the 5.3 grams of total fat in one large egg, only 1.6 grams are saturated.

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Apple Cider Vinegar for weight loss - fat burner/suppressant

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Quick release Aspirin - to hold off heart attacks

by AC @, Friday, April 16, 2010, 05:57 @ AC


Why keep aspirin by your bedside?
About Heart Attacks

There are other symptoms of an heart attack besides the pain on the left arm.
One must also be aware of an intense pain on the chin, as well as nausea and lots of sweating, however these symptoms may also occur less frequently. I had excruciating pain for a few hours a day for ten days - on the opposite side of both arms. That was my symptoms that I ignored.

Note: There may be NO pain in the chest during a heart attack.. The majority of people (about 60%) who had a heart attack during their sleep, did not wake up. However, if it occurs, the chest pain may wake you up from your deep sleep.

If that happens, immediately dissolve two aspirins in your mouth and swallow them with a bit of water.
CALL 911
- say "heart attack!"
- say that you have taken 2 aspirins..
- phone a neighbor or a family member who lives very close by
- take a seat on a chair or sofa near the front door, and wait for their arrival and...
~ DO NOT lie down ~

A Cardiologist has stated that, if each person, after receiving this e-mail, sends it to 10 people, probably one life can be saved!

I have already shared the information- - What about you?

Do forward this message; it may save lives!

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