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Did anyone ever tell you that Fermented food melts blood clots?

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Fermented food melts blood clots like butter on a grill. Fermented foods help to lower blood pressure and they reduce your risk of osteoporosis as well, but you won’t hear that on the nightly news where Big Pharma blocks anything natural, which is health related and they can do it by just threatening to pull their billions of dollars in advertising.

Also, there is a LINK between common toxins in our environment – especially pesticides and plastic byproducts – and type II diabetes. Have you heard of that on the new? No, not hardly. Amazingly, a 2008 study by our own government National Institutes of Health established that workers who had prolonged exposure to pesticides were associated with up to a 200% increased likelihood of diabetes. How did that stay out of Main Stream Media?

Even the Centers for Disease Control study of 2,350 women released in 2014 found a surprising link between a toxic substance called phthalates which are found in medicines, perfumes, cleaning products and many other items in your house right now, are giving people type II diabetes.

This isn’t even new information, our government already knows it: tune in Wednesday at 7PM est for the rest of the story.

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