January, 2010

Make Yourself Heart Attack Proof (video)

January 9, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy foodhealth and wellness

Coronary disease is the leading killer in America. It is a terrifying, debilitating and painful disease. New data suggests that not only is it reversible, but entirely preventable. Caldwell Esselstyn, MD presented this informative lecture about this subject, illustrating exactly the steps necessary to stop it.


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Dangers of Genetically Modified Food (video)

January 9, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy foodhealth and wellness

Genetically modified foods are becoming more and more pervasive in our farms, grocery stores and restaurants. Everyone has a different reaction to these genetically modified foods (both emotionally and physically). My research has indicated that these foods are less nutritious and present several dangers to their consumers based on the manipulation that they have undergone. Jeffrey Smith is an expert in the field and has generously made this informative lecture publicly available.


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We Become Silent (video)

January 9, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy foodgreenhealth and wellness

The freedom of individuals to pursue healthy eating habits, obtain natural supplements and seek alternatives to expensive and often ineffective modern medicine is being curtailed by nefarious regulations and deceptive trade practices. This documentary, “We Become Silent” is the best summary of the current situation I’ve discovered to date.


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Who and what are polluting your community?

January 7, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy health and wellnesspollution

Many people would be interested to learn which companies and pollutants are effecting their community. Scorecard.org offers just that service.


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Coal power: The dirtiest form of energy

January 7, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy energygreensustainability

Coal power is the source of over 50% of all electricity in the United States. It is an abundant resource and it has been used since the 18th century. Back then not many people knew that it was to devastating for the environment.


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Air pollution and health (video)

January 6, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy health and wellnesssustainability

While much of the environmental debate has focused on CO2 and climate change, the more important aspect to understand is the tangible effects of particulate air pollution, especially from coal-fired power plants. This documentary explores this subject matter in great depth, illustrating the health effects and consequences of air pollution.


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