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Shocking study reveals your doctor is WRONG 88% of the time… second opinions rarely agree with your first diagnosis

Shocking study reveals your doctor is WRONG 88% of the time… second opinions rarely agree with your first diagnosis:

Young-Doctors.jpg (Natural News) When you are sick, it is not always easy to find the right path forward. When your regular health care provider recommends surgery or a major treatment, it might be a good idea to get a second opinion after the Mayo Clinic reported that your doctor is wrong 88 percent of the time. Even…

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Anxiety: Are Nutritional Deficiencies a Common Cause?

Please click the link below and read the whole thing!  ~Ness xox

Anxiety: Are Nutritional Deficiencies a Common Cause?:

As big-brained hominids, humans have the unique ability to think about the future. The very fact that we can perceive and plan for the time ahead has allowed us to conquer the earth, but it comes with a downside: anxiety. If extreme rumination on past events characterizes depression, worrying about imagined future scenarios describes anxiety.

This inherent capacity and human tendency to think ahead must be reined in and controlled. One way we can do that is make sure we’re getting enough of the nutrients that studies indicate may play an etiological role in anxiety.

This is different from supplements with various ingredients that treat or help anxiety. There’s obviously overlap, and some of the deficiencies mentioned today can be corrected by supplementing, but I’m focusing on essential nutrients—vitamins, minerals, and other food-borne compounds—that play important roles in regulating anxiety levels.

If these nutrient-anxiety relationships pan out, and I think they will, it’s easy to understand why almost 20% of American adults suffer from an anxiety disorder. People are eating less red meat, oysters are hard to open, and they’re still scared of egg yolks. And unless they’re eating at innovative (and expensive) restaurants, most people probably aren’t touching any liver. Potatoes and corn remain two of the most popular “vegetables” in the average diet, and people aren’t eating enough fatty fish.

Nutrient deficiencies aren’t everything. They probably aren’t the main determinant of anxiety. But they do matter. They’re low-hanging fruit—small changes you can make with major impacts.

I’m sure I’ll come back to this topic. Anxiety is a big issue with many causes. For now, though, it’s productive to explore the nutrient deficiency angle.

I’d love to hear from you, especially if you’ve dealt with anxiety.

What foods or nutrients have you used to help address anxiety? Do you notice any common triggers?

Thanks for reading, everyone. Take care.


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Shocking data reveal that bad diets are responsible for 45% of heart disease, diabetes related deaths

Shocking data reveal that bad diets are responsible for 45% of heart disease, diabetes related deaths:

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(Natural News) Most people know that nutrition is at least somewhat important, but the true necessity of nutrition for health is often not realized until its almost too late. The “standard American diet” is comprised of too many calories, and especially too many calories from added sugar and fat — and it’s not really a…

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Monsanto tried to hide evidence of glyphosate (RoundUp) causing Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: COURT DOCUMENTS

Monsanto tried to hide evidence of glyphosate (RoundUp) causing Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: COURT DOCUMENTS:

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(Natural News) Court documents released on March 13th show that Monsanto colluded with the EPA to bury scientific evidence linking its glyphosate product (RoundUp) to cancer in humans (specifically, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma). Glyphosate.news has published the full text of the court document “Motion to Compel Deposition of Jess Rowland.” Also published on Glyphosate.news is this heartbreaking…

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Study quantifies how fluoride lowers I.Q. scores in children

Study quantifies how fluoride lowers I.Q. scores in children:

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(Natural News) The addition of fluoride to water supplies in the US and around the globe has always been a point of contention, especially among natural health enthusiasts and liberty-loving individuals. There are many reasons to stand against mass fluoridation; first and foremost being that it is nothing short of government-sanctioned mass medication of their…

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CDC document bombshell reveals list of all vaccine excipients, including “African Green Monkey Kidney Cells” and fibroblast cells from aborted human fetuses … see the complete list

CDC document bombshell reveals list of all vaccine excipients, including “African Green Monkey Kidney Cells” and fibroblast cells from aborted human fetuses … see the complete list:

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(Natural News) Almost no one has any real idea what’s found in vaccines. When they allow themselves to be injected with vaccines, they’re oblivious to the fact that they are being injected with aborted human fetus cell lines or African Green Monkey kidney pus cells harvested from infected, disease primates. (See proof from the CDC,…

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Brand name processed foods found laced with glyphosate weed killer… Cheerios, Wheaties and more

Brand name processed foods found laced with glyphosate weed killer… Cheerios, Wheaties and more:

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(Natural News) Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide and many other commercially available weed killers. Due to the widespread adoption of genetically modified (GM) crops, glyphosate has become the most commonly used weed killer in the conventional farming industry. GM glyphosate-resistant crops are now grown on more than 175 million acres in…

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