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Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) totally embarrassed the US Army Secretary and exposed Joe Biden’s latest foreign policy catastrophe during questioning this week in the US House of Representatives’ Arme Services…

For the last 25 years, researchers have been trying to find ways to prolong a person’s lifespan while increasing his healthspan, which is the number of years one a person can live in reasonably good health, free from disease. While having “good” genes may be responsible for 20 percent of how long you live, the rest depends on your habits. Good habits such as following a healthy eating regimen, exercising regularly and avoiding alcohol and smoking have been linked by numerous studies to increased longevity. In addition, there are certain foods that can help you live longer and healthier. Here are some of the best foods recommended by dietitians and nutritionists that can help you live longer and age gracefully. Beans and legumes These little nutrient powerhouses offer an incredible amount of plant-based protein as well as essential vitamins and minerals . (Related: Improve your well-being and boost longevity with the Blue Zones diet.) Beans and legumes are also loaded with fiber that supports healthy digestion and bowel regularity. The complex carbohydrates in beans and legumes can provide your body with a more lasting energy source than simple carbohydrates like sugar. Eating fiber-rich foods is great for stabilizing blood sugar levels and decreasing your risks of insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes and weight gain. Cruciferous vegetables Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables are known for their digestive benefits. Maintaining a healthy digestive system is not only important for optimal nutrient absorption but also for a robust immune system. Eating cruciferous vegetables is also linked to a number of benefits related directly to living longer. They’re rich in fiber, antioxidants and vitamins A, C and K – all of which are associated with healthy aging. Sulforaphane, an antioxidant primarily found in cruciferous vegetables, is known to have anticancer activities and is said to protect against heart disease as well as support blood glucose control in people with Type 2 diabetes. Berries Colorful berries are known for their abundance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. The antioxidant content of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries is among the highest of all fruits and enables them to combat free radicals that can damage your cells, as well as inflammation. Berries have long been studied for their health benefits, which include lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, protecting against cancer and reducing inflammation. What’s even more intriguing about berries is their potential effect on brain health. Published in the Annals of Neurology, the Nurses Health study, which followed over 16,000 participants over the age of 70, found that high intakes of blueberries and strawberries are linked to slower cognitive decline. Another study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry showed that blueberry extract may actually improve memory. Dark leafy greens Time and again, studies have shown that eating dark leafy greens is linked to a slew of health benefits, including a reduced risk of early death. A meta-analysis published in the JRSM Cardiovascular Disease looked at 13 studies and found that regular leafy green consumption is associated with a 15.8 percent lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease. An observational study published in Neurology also found that eating one serving per day of green leafy vegetables and foods rich in alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E), folate, kaempferol, lutein, nitrate, phylloquinone (vitamin K1) and zeaxanthin may help slow age-related cognitive decline, improve mental sharpness and reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Nuts While all nuts offer health benefits, walnuts stand out when it comes to disease prevention and healthy aging. Eating walnuts has been linked to better heart health, a lower risk of cancer, reduced inflammation, better blood sugar control in diabetics and better brain health. A study published in Current Developments in Nutrition also suggested that regular walnut consumption could help you live longer. Researchers analyzed 18 years of data from the Nurses’ Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-Up study and found that men and women who ate at least five servings of walnuts per week lived 1.94 years and 1.78 years longer, respectively. Experts believe these benefits are thanks to the combination of the omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), monounsaturated fats and certain polyphenols in walnuts. Polyunsaturated fats like omega-3s have also been found to help reduce joint pain, which may improve quality of life among the elderly. Two other nuts that stand out are: Almonds, which contain the highest amount of vitamin E and riboflavin — nutrients that are essential for healthy skin, vision and cell function. Almonds are also rich in magnesium and manganese. Pistachios, which are a good source of manganese, phosphorus and potassium. Olive oil In addition to monounsaturated fats, olive oil contains polyphenols that function as antioxidants. These antioxidants protect against cell damage and inflammation. A study published in the ?Journal of the American College of Cardiology? reported that people who included more than half a tablespoon of olive oil in their daily diets had an 18 percent reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Research has also found that regular olive oil consumption may slow the shortening of telomeres, an event that naturally occurs with aging. A study involving people over the age of 50 found that olive oil consumption can improve a person’s “successful aging index,” which measures a variety of physical health outcomes such as cardiovascular disease risk factors and social and mental health outcomes commonly associated with aging. Fatty fish Older adults who regularly eat fish that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids – primarily oily varieties, like albacore tuna, mackerel, salmon and trout – tend to live longer than adults who don’t, according to a new study from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the University of Washington. Fatty-fish eaters also have a lower risk of dying from heart disease. The researchers noted that the benefits of maintaining healthy blood omega-3 levels could actually add years to your life. Whole grains Research supports the benefits of consuming whole grains for health and longevity. A review published in Advances in Nutrition found that people who consumed three servings of whole grains per day had a 25 percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease compared to those who ate fewer servings. Whole grains in their original form, such as farro, wheat berries, quinoa and oats, offer the most health benefits, but choosing whole-grain bread and pasta when possible is also recommended. Learn more about recommended foods and activities for healthy aging at AntiAgingScience.news. Watch the following video to learn what the healthiest foods are for humans to living healthier and longer. This video is from the PatchSDA channel on Brighteon.com. More related stories: Study shows compounds in ancient herbal medicine can help increase longevity. Experts, studies recommend eating like your ancestors to boost longevity. Study: Drinking black tea helps increase longevity. Sources include: Link.Springer.com EatingWell.com NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov 1 NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov 2 NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov 3 PubMed.NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov CDN.Nutrition.org LiveStrong.com ScienceDirect.com NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov 4 News.Harvard.edu NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov 5 Brighteon.com

For the last 25 years, researchers have been trying to find ways to prolong a person’s lifespan while increasing his healthspan, which is the number of years one a person can live in reasonably good…

When even the mainstream media is admitting that messenger RNA (mRNA) Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” are dangerous and “produce viral shedding,” you might want to pay attention. This is the shocking admission in a new piece from EVIE magazine, which is warning its readers to avoid having sexual relations with men who got jabbed for covid because their bodies are likely spreading spike proteins and other deadly substances in the process. “Shocker, it’s not just a conspiracy!” warns EVIE’s Andrea Mew. “New evidence has emerged suggesting that mRNA vaccines can produce viral shedding. So, perhaps you’re justified after all for being pretty picky about your sexual partner.” (Related: Earlier this year, research published by French pharmacologist Dr. Helene Banoun in the journal Infectious Diseases Research found that those who take covid injections do, in fact, shed their contents onto others, including sexual partners.) mRNA “rewrites the way your cells function” and “can interact with and change DNA,” EVIE reveals In Mew’s piece for EVIE, she references research showing that aerosolized antibodies from mRNA covid injections can be transmitted from vaccinated to unvaccinated individuals through a process called “passive immunization.” This might sound like a good thing, she writes, in that it implies that one is sharing “immunity” with another – “But it’s not so simple,” she warns. “Some critics, like podcaster Joe Rogan, have pointed out how the very nature of this ‘vaccine’ likens it more to experimental gene therapy than your typical vaccine,” Mew further states. “It’s true, what we’re currently dealing with are mRNA vaccines, not live attenuated vaccines. The latter contains a weak form of the virus that is meant to cause an immune response upon injection and therefore provide future immunity.” Mew goes to great lengths to unpack what we here at Natural News and many others across the independent media spectrum have been warning you about for years, only to be dubbed “conspiracy theorists” by the corporate-controlled media. It appears that things are changing, though, as a popular magazine for modern women is warning them to steer clear of men who got pricked by Tony Fauci and Donald Trump through Operation Warp Speed. In addition to “rewrite[ing] the way your cells function so that you can inherently prevent disease through protein production,” Mew further explains that mRNA jabs also have the ability to “interact with and change DNA.” “For instance, we know that the Covid shot wasn’t developed to interact with the human liver, and yet in a Swedish study, researchers discovered that the vaccine was altering liver cells,” Mew writes. “Then, in a Pfizer Japanese biodistribution study, news emerged that the spike proteins could travel from the injection site through your blood and accumulate in unintended tissues and organs like the spleen, adrenal glands, ovaries, bone marrow, and again, the liver.” Then we have the risk of myocarditis, as well as blood that becomes contaminated with “full-length spike protein” that is “unbounded by antibodies,” not to mention the specific risks to women involving menstrual irregularities and potential birth defects. Mew even references the aforementioned Banoun study, as well as another out of Colorado showing that fully vaccinated parents can transfer mRNA antibodies “via respiratory droplets” to their unvaccinated children. If face masks actually worked (spoiler alert: they don’t), then they would come in handy to protect one’s unvaccinated self against contracting an mRNA covid injection through the aerosolized respiratory droplets of a fully vaccinated person. “In the quest to advance modern medicine, we shouldn’t shy away from tough topics just because they may go against preconceived biases,” Mew writes in conclusion about these difficult truths. It is fast becoming common knowledge that Fauci Flu shots are a high-risk endeavor that renders the fully jabbed undatable. Learn more at ChemicalViolence.com. Sources for this article include: EVIEMagazine.com NaturalNews.com

EVIE publishes piece warning readers not to have sex with men who’ve been COVID vaccinated When even the mainstream media is admitting that messenger RNA (mRNA) Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines”…

A shocking number of psychiatric disorders that Western medicine tries to treat with pharmaceutical drugs have at their root a vitamin B12 deficiency, which is easily remedied through diet and supplementation. In a piece she wrote for The Epoch Times, Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) founding president Sally Fallon Morell unpacked the findings of a 2015 case report published in the Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine (IJPM) concerning vitamin B12 deficiency and neuropsychological disorders. In that report, a 13-year-old boy from southern India who was following a traditional lacto-vegetarian diet suddenly stopped talking while exhibiting “rigidity, immobility, staring look, disturbed sleep, ideas of worthlessness and hopelessness, aimless wandering, and guilt and suicidal ideas.” Manifesting many common symptoms associated with autism, the boy was placed on an ever-evolving cocktail of drugs after being diagnosed with “acute schizophrenia-like psychotic disorder.” He was given: • Lorazepam, a drug used to treat anxiety disorders • Olanzapine, an antipsychotic drug • Sertraline, an antidepressant drug more commonly known as Zoloft • Aripiprazole, an antipsychotic drug When those four strong drugs ultimately failed the body, resulting in him becoming hyper with “suspiciousness, hearing voices, over-talkativeness, over-cheerfulness, inflated self-esteem, decreased need for sleep, increased appetite, increased pleasurable activities, and disruptive socio-education,” his diagnosis was revised to “schizoaffective disorder, manic type” and his Zoloft was replaced with divalproate sodium, a drug used to treat seizures. After the boy’s symptoms worsened even more, he returned for yet a sixth drug: lithium carbonate, a drug used to treat bipolar disorder. (Related: Did you know that vitamin B12 inhibits a key enzyme responsible for causing Parkinson’s disease?) Before taking dangerous pharmaceuticals, try upping your vitamin B12 levels first Nothing was working until finally the boy was tested for vitamin B12 levels, revealing that he was grossly deficient at only 112 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) – the normal B12 range is between 180-914 ng/mL, with 180 ng/mL being associated with the most severe manifestation of B12 deficiency, known as pernicious anemia. Even B12 levels of 500-550 ng/mL is considered in Japan and some European countries to be associated with psychological and behavioral manifestations such as dementia and memory loss. After the boy was given several injections of vitamin B12, lo and behold his symptoms improved and his diagnosis was revised to “schizoaffective disorder secondary to Cobalamin (vitamin B12) deficiency” – problem solved. It was a very simple solution – and a safe one, at that – and yet it took multiple rounds of erroneous drugging and testing before Indian doctors were able to figure out that the boy simply lacked a necessary vitamin crucial to his brain health and mental abilities. “B12 deficiency is associated with a wide range of psychological disorders – depression, memory loss, Alzheimer’s, anxiety, irrational or chronic anger, violent behavior, and other psychological problems,” Morell notes. “And vitamin B12 therapy has proved useful for a range of conditions deemed neurological – vision problems, loss of hearing and tinnitus, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, alcoholism, impotence, incontinence, neuralgia, combat fatigue, and lack of balance or abnormal gait.” “In addition, low B12 is indicated in a range of other diseases – osteoporosis, asthma, skin conditions including psoriasis, diabetes, glaucoma, infertility, and of course anemia.” Among the best natural sources of vitamin B12 are meat and raw milk, as well as liver and mollusks. Some plant foods such as soy, mushrooms, and spirulina, also contain B12, but in a form that can actually worsen B12 deficiency due to the presence of B12 analogs called cobamides that can lead to an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. The latest news about natural remedies for human disease can be found at Cures.news. Sources for this article include: TheEpochTimes.com NaturalNews.com

Vitamin B12 so powerfully beneficial for brain health that psychiatric drugs could become OBSOLETE A shocking number of psychiatric disorders that Western medicine tries to treat with pharmaceutical drugs have…

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