Is America's favorite health food making us sick?
by Vic Shayne, PhD If you have a chronic health problem that just won’t go away, you should seriously consider getting off gluten. What is gluten? It’s a protein substance found in grains, including barley, wheat and rye.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-97497" title="RoIrving-pig" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/wiredscience/2012/02/RoIrving-pig.jpg" alt="" width="660" height="336" /> In the summer of 2004, a 6-month-old girl who lived in the southeastern part of the Netherlands — prime, intensive hog-farming country — went in for surgery for a birth defect of her heart. As is routine in the Netherlands, which has excellent hospital infection control, she was checked before surgery for MRSA, the drug-resistant bacterium that can live on the skin without causing infections and can be unwittingly transmitted from one patient to another.
(NaturalNews) The vaccine industry is currently hard at work trying to churn out a vaccine for salmonella, a typically food borne pathogen that thrives on factory farms and in other unsanitary settings.