Why You Should Care About the Meat Industry – Part 2/3

By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel

Continued from Part 1

I wrote the following for the 264th issue of the Weekly Awareness Guide, a written document distributed weekly via email that I offer for $11.11 a month.

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“Factory-farmed chicken”, Dr. Mercola writes, is one of the biggest causes of food poisoning. Beef is no exception to this rule: the USDA has been considering labeling beef that’s tenderized mechanically because during the process, pathogens are compressed from the surface down into the meat. Once there, the pathogens can potentially survive being cooked. This is why it’s been to blame for “at least” 5 E. coli outbreaks in 6 years (2003-2009). (2) Continue reading Why You Should Care About the Meat Industry – Part 2/3

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3 Ancient Medicines That Already Live In Your Home

By Nick Polizzi, Wake Up World

Every week, we receive emails from folks who are eager to get ahold of the jungle medicines that were featured in the Sacred Science film. My first question to these passionate seekers is, “Have you explored the traditional herbal remedies that are available in your neck of the woods?” More often than not, the answer is no.

Yes, there is something intoxicating and mysterious about paddling down a foliage-entwined river to a remote village where there is rumored to be a powerful shaman. But similar practices exist all over the world, and many are available in or near your home. Continue reading 3 Ancient Medicines That Already Live In Your Home

20+ Disturbing Photos Of The Flooding In South Asia No One Is Talking About (NSFW)

By Amanda Froelich, The Mind Unleashed

Because the media is tied up with coverage concerning Hurricane Harvey, few are aware that an even worse natural disaster is taking place in South Asia.

In recent weeks, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have received record amounts of heavy monsoon rains. The devastating flooding that has followed has killed nearly 1,200 people — including children. Thousands of homes have also been submerged or lost completely, and poor villages have been left with no access to food or medicine. Continue reading 20+ Disturbing Photos Of The Flooding In South Asia No One Is Talking About (NSFW)