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TOP TEN REASONS TO AVOID SOY [except fermented soy]

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:39 on October 20, 2014  

Why Avoid Soy??

Soy’s beneficial properties are only available when a specific mold is grown on the beans in a process called fermentation. Fermentation not only makes nutrients bio-available, it also destroys the toxins present in the beans. Fermented soy products include tempeh, miso, and natto.


the enzyme inhibitors concentrate in the soaking liquid rather than in the curd. thus, in tofu growth depressants are reduced in quantity but not completely eliminated.’by Joy in BEVERAGES, CLEANSE, HEALTHY EATING


I hate to rain on anyone’s parade when it comes to dietary changes they are proud of, but I feel compelled to debunk the myth that soy is a healthy choice. If you are consuming processed soy products including SOY MILK and you think you are doing yourself a favor, please review the major problems with consuming soy and so you can make an educated decision…


Soybeans contain large quantities of natural toxins or “antinutrients”. First among them are potent enzyme inhibitors that block the action of trypsin and other enzymes needed for protein digestion.
These inhibitors are not deactivated during cooking & processing. Test animals fed these inhibitors developed enlargement and pathological conditions of the pancreas, including cancer.
Soybeans also contain haemagglutinin, a clot-promoting substance that causes red blood cells to clump together.
99% of soy is genetically modified and it among the highest contamination by pesticides of any of our foods.
Soybeans are high in phytic acid, a substance that blocks the uptake of the essential minerals calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and especially zinc, in the intestinal tract.
Soy products contain high levels of aluminum, leached from the aluminum tanks in which they are acid washed and processed at high temperatures.
Nitrites, which are potent carcinogens, are formed during the spray-drying of soy.
Soy Protein Isolates, which are shown to enlarge the pancreas and thyroid and increase fatty acid deposits in the liver.
Soy contains toxic isoflavones.
Soy foods have a high concentration of goitrogens which block production of thyroid hormones.
For a full comprehensive piece on the dangers of soy check out this article by Sally Fallon & Mary G. Enig ph.D.


Ebola spreads near Anglo Gold mine is located.

Posted by goldielocks @ 12:31 on October 20, 2014  


Mars comet to pass within 1/3 the distance of the moon and earth this weekend

Posted by eeos @ 12:03 on October 20, 2014  

This will be a very close call


October 20, 2014 Libertarian Think Tank is Spoiling for a Fight with the Fed-WSJ

Posted by eeos @ 11:45 on October 20, 2014  


The Lie Machine

Posted by silverngold @ 11:42 on October 20, 2014  

Israel to sell natural gas to Egypt

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:03 on October 20, 2014  


Looks like we (in Sweden), will start dumping depth-charge !

Posted by NEMO @ 10:47 on October 20, 2014  

(Not kidding!!)


Lot´s to do in Sweden.


Much to do

In archipelago

Are they French or Russian Boys?

Maybe `Bamas new found coy´s…


Or perhaps some Cameron’s…

Aided by some Merkel´s sons!!??


yesterdays news… I got newer!!



Posted by Floridagold @ 10:44 on October 20, 2014  



Posted by ipso facto @ 10:41 on October 20, 2014  

“This is a gateway to New York, America’s greatest city, you understand, and it looks like the veritable checkpoint to the rectum of the universe. You know what occurred to me: maybe it is?”

LOL … Kunstler’s sure got a way with words!

It’s about time

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:17 on October 20, 2014  

Turkey to let Iraqi Kurds reinforce Kobani as U.S. drops arms to defenders

(Reuters) – Turkey said on Monday it would allow Iraqi Kurdish fighters to reinforce fellow Kurds in the Syrian town of Kobani, while the United States air-dropped arms for the first time to help the defenders resist an Islamic State assault.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Washington had asked Ankara to let Iraqi Kurds cross its territory so that they could help defend the town which lies on the Turkish frontier, adding that he hoped the Kurds would “take this fight on”.

more http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/20/us-mideast-crisis-usa-airdrops-idUSKCN0I904X20141020

Cameron Air Show 2014

Posted by Auandag @ 10:16 on October 20, 2014  

On This Day In History

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 10:00 on October 20, 2014  

1947 The House Un-American Activities Committee opened hearings into alleged Communist influence in the motion picture industry.

That agenda fizzled out, and could explain all our alliances with China and USSR problems, and why the USA today is not the same USA from back in the day. The communists won the argument back in 1947.

The great Kunstler this week

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:59 on October 20, 2014  

Then, too soon, I landed back in Newark Airport, Lord have mercy. I grabbed a taxi to the Newark train station to get to the Hudson River line out of New York City back upstate. Along the way on Route 21, I passed a graffiti on an overpass. It said “Omenland.” The anonymous genius who sprayed that there sure caught the US zeitgeist. Newark compares to Stockholm as an Ebola victim in the gutter compares to a supermodel at poolside. The scene in the Newark train station was like the barroom from Star Wars, a creature-feature extravaganza, intergalactic Mutt Central, wookies in hoodies with burning coals for eyes, ladies with pierced cheeks, crack-heads, winos, missing body part people, lopsided head people, and the scrofulous physical condition of the station is proof positive that Chris Christie is unqualified to be president. This is a gateway to New York, America’s greatest city, you understand, and it looks like the veritable checkpoint to the rectum of the universe. You know what occurred to me: maybe it is?

But I was on the road all last week, first in our nation’s capital and then in the capital of Sweden, Stockholm and its environs. Interesting place these days, Washington, DC. It is among the USA’s richest metro areas now, for the simple reason that torrents of grift from the backwash of Wall Street nourish the pathogenic activities of influence peddling the way agar nutrient will cause E coli to flourish in a Petri dish. But for all the awesome yawning vistas of the national mall and its marble monuments, Washington is deeply unpleasant to walk around. The scale is absurd. I hoofed it from the Freer Collection at the heart of the museum district over to M Street in Georgetown, and that was like the Bataan Death March. Arlington, Virginia, just across the Potomac, where my hotel was, is a sadder joke. They’ve spent thirty years pretending to “pedestrianize” it, and the outcome is sort of like Wilshire Boulevard meets Hackensack.

A day later, I was in Stockholm, being forcefully reminded what an actual city is like, one designed for human activity, not just some abstract political notion of “mobility.” People live in the center of Stockholm, lots of them, in five and six story buildings that display great variety and conscious artistry within strong orders of architectural unity. The motifs are a northern folkish classicism. The effect is both reassuring and powerfully coherent. You feel civilized. Your neurology is constantly nourished as you walk. Unlike Americans, the Swedes don’t go about in their pajamas. Also absent were cholo caps, team sports toggery, and clown sneakers. How refreshing to see young people aspire to act like grownups instead of the other way around. And, of course, almost no one is supersized over there.

Kyrgyzstan may seek Centerra’s delisting after Canadian court order

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:31 on October 20, 2014  

By Olga Dzyubenko

BISHKEK, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Kyrgyzstan’s President Almazbek Atambayev said on Monday he could seek to delist Centerra Gold in Toronto after a Canadian court effectively suspended its Kyrgyz-held shares.

The former Soviet republic owns a third of Centerra which is developing the vast Kumtor gold field near China’s border. The government and the company are engaged in uneasy talks on restructuring of the project, which Kyrgyzstan hopes will boost its budget revenues.

On Oct. 14, Canadian miner Stans Energy obtained an order from an Ontario court which prohibits the Kyrgyz Republic and its state gold company Kyrgyzaltyn from making any move to sell, pledge or exchange 47 million shares in Centerra.

Stans Energy has sought payment from the government of $118 million in damages and losses after losing its licence for the Kutessay II rare-earth mine in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyz leader Atambayev said that legal actions taken by Canadian courts against Kyrgyzstan were discriminatory.

“In particular, a question could be raised about possible delisting of Centerra Gold shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange,” he said in a written statement published by his press service.

“Or we could take more decisive steps to protect Kyrgyzstan’s national interests which would exclude deciding Kumtor’s fate in the courts of Canada, whose companies have already withdrawn by different means the bigger part of profits from one of the world’s largest gold deposits.”

He did not elaborate. Centerra Gold could not immediately be reached for comment.

more http://finance.yahoo.com/news/kyrgyzstan-may-seek-centerras-delisting-122703268.html

Posted by treefrog @ 9:29 on October 20, 2014  


Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 9:29 on October 20, 2014  

North… to Alaska! The “Denali Star” now boarding at Anchorage.


Floridagold @ 9:13

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:27 on October 20, 2014  

I bet that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy … NOT!

Equisetum @ 19:45

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:24 on October 20, 2014  

Sorry to say this but your “gold ingot” looks a lot like a loaf of date bread wrapped in foil … 😉

Wonder what the spin today will be?

Posted by commish @ 9:22 on October 20, 2014  

t (1)

you can not make it up!

Posted by Floridagold @ 9:13 on October 20, 2014  

U.S. Humanitarian Aid Going to ISIS

Quite the reverse, the aid convoys have to pay off ISIS emirs (leaders) for the convoys to enter the eastern Syrian extremist strongholds of Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor, providing yet another income stream for ISIS militants, who are funding themselves from oil smuggling, extortion and the sale of whatever they can loot, including rare antiquities from museums and archaeological sites.

“The convoys have to be approved by ISIS and you have to pay them: the bribes are disguised and itemized as transportation costs,” says an aid coordinator who spoke to The Daily Beast on the condition he not be identified in this article. The kickbacks are either paid by foreign or local non-governmental organizations tasked with distributing the aid, or by the Turkish or Syrian transportation companies contracted to deliver it.




Dr. Mercola does a piece on yogurt. Many are little better than candy.

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:13 on October 20, 2014  

New Report Reveals Which Yogurts Are Healthy, and Which Are Best Avoided


Cornucopia Yogurt Buyer’s Guide


Good morning Oasis

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:07 on October 20, 2014  

Klondex Mines Reports Third Quarter 2014 Operations Results


Hecla Reports Preliminary Third Quarter Production


MadMike @ 5:00

Posted by Floridagold @ 8:52 on October 20, 2014  

Thanks for the Coffee!   I sure needed it after the whooooping the GATORS got this weekend.  I expect the old MUSKRAT will be gone shortly after the end of the season unless he can figure out a way to beat everybody on the schedule for the rest of the year – and I see no way they can beat the dreaded  Farmfrog DAWGS.   OH  WOE  IS  ME ! 🙂

Coffee’s on

Posted by MadMike @ 5:00 on October 20, 2014  


Moggy – Essential Oils

Posted by Maya @ 2:42 on October 20, 2014  

I may have inadvertently given you a bum steer with a reference to  “Native American Nutritionals”  EO and supplements.   When my order arrived I found the bottles were labelled as “Rocky Mountain Oils”.   I knew that in the past the oils were crafted and bottled in Utah, near Salt Lake.  Apparently they have split the company in two, with the Native American Nemenhah medicine workers sales now based in Missouri, near the Medicine Chief’s lodge.  I think that Native American Nutritionals probably only sells to the membership, and you may have trouble registering as a customer if you are not a Nemenhah member.

But not to worry… the oils are sourced and packaged here for sale to the public:


Same high quality, pure, and organic sourced.  Great website with cross references to the Young Living and doTerra similar blends.  Prices are identical to the Native American Nutritionals site.   These are just different divisions of the same company.

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