A natural news health investigator and reporter put it like this, "When the cells in our bodies are aligned with pure, healthy sources of information, we are healthy. Likewise when we are exposed to distorted information fields, we can experience ill-health if we don't remove the source of the distorted information."  

Are your sources of information coming from healthy information fields or distorted information fields? That is the question of questions. What are examples of both? Your body takes information from food and decides if it can use it for energy, immunity and thought processes. Pure information then includes eating pure, natural, uncooked organic food and drinking pure filtered water or water straight from rock/mineral springs.

Rather than selling it directly to consumers as a tabletop sweetener, the makers of Neotame (Monsanto's NutraSweet Co.), the artificial sweetener that's 13,000 times sweeter than sugar, got FDA approval for use in any foods except for meat. Monsanto, the evil corporation that also makes aspartame, pushed hard and pushed fast for their marketing, and now it's showing up in tons of organic products.

The effects of smoking cigarettes? This one's easy. Prolonged sicknesses. Undue anxiety. Chemically-induced depression. Bad breath. Bad teeth. Can't laugh hard without coughing. Can't enjoy athletic activities or working out. Shunned from public places. Waste of money. Waste of health. Plus, tobacco is genetically modified to contain pesticide.

Most smokers who have attempted to quit, but who did not succeed, can tell you that it's a complete nightmare (the kind where you are awake), yet, HOW did they try to quit, and what forces "pulled them back in?" Quitting smoking isn't really about feeling horrible and having to resist craving for relief. This is the MAIN REASON 95% of smokers who try to quit, without help, go right back to a pack-a-day or more within 6 months. Everybody seeks relief when they feel sick, depressed or stressed.

After World War II, the cigarette manufacturing companies went right to work on domestic cigarettes – marketing to unsuspecting Americans a new toxic breed of chemicals with tobacco, and the victims were all those who thought smoking tobacco was a harmless habit, and that it was considered by many social classes or circles of elite to be "cool." Ads with doctors and cowboys and Hollywood actors were used as the ultimate iconic con.

It's so easy these days to slip into a funk. Your daily regimen gets thrown off kilter because a few organic companies sold out to GMO Big Food industry giants and changed some of their major raw materials into synthetic, processed junk food fillers that break your system down, and fast.

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Don't feel bad that you're "gullible" – it's not an intelligence thing, you've been brainwashed by advertising and insidious marketing tricks for decades, but all of that is about to change.

Top 8 "Most-Believed" American Health Myths:

1. The dairy myth: "milk – it does a body good." Humans are the only animals that consume milk after infancy or from another animal. Oops. Cut out the dairy and see how much LESS mucus and congestion you wake up with in the morning.

Get this: A cigarette's average length is about 3.5 inches, and there are about 20 cigarettes in a pack, so if you smoke a pack a day, every day for 10 years, you will have smoked 255,500 inches of cigarette (minus the filter), which totals over 21,000 feet, divide that by the number of feet in one mile (5,280) and put all those cigarettes end-to-end in the street and the grand total would equal 4 miles of cigarettes that you smoked.

Why should smokers care about non-smokers when most non-smokers don't seem to care much about smokers – right? Where's the sympathy for the plight, the blight, the addiction? Some non-smokers try to help the smokers, sometimes because they feel bad for them, or empathize, or they've heard a great method for quitting, but most smokers already have put up barriers – they've told all the people around them they know EVERYTHING and they don't want to hear it.