Health Freedom Legal Services Network The National Health Federation has proudly championed defining marks many times in health freedom’s history, and this important initiative is no exception. We are pleased to announce that NHF is taking a lead coordinating role in establishing a nationwide “Health Freedom Legal Services Network.” The Network is being formed under the auspices of NHF, with the support of the National Center for Life & Liberty (NCLL), the Pastoral Medical … [Read more...] about Health Freedom Legal Services Network
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Lawsuit Seeks To Invalidate Monsanto's GMO Patents Written by Rady Ananda Category: Articles Published: 02 April 2011 “A new invention to poison people ... is not a patentable invention.” Lowell v. Lewis, 1817 A landmark lawsuit filed on March 29 in US federal court seeks to invalidate Monsanto’s patents on genetically modified seeds and to prohibit the company from suing those whose crops become genetically contaminated. The Public Patent Foundation filed suit on behalf of 270,000 … [Read more...] about Lawsuit Seeks To Invalidate Monsanto’s GMO Patents
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Interview with Scott Tips - Codex Alimentarius, Vaccines, GMOs & Your Health Freedom!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x2pvtVmuBU … [Read more...] about Scott Tips – Codex Alimentarius, Vaccines, GMOs & Your Health Freedom!
Volunteering: More Fun than Work! Written By Dr. Hans J. Kugler, PhD, NHF past president and board member Category: Blog Published: 30 March 2012 Hi! Are you familiar with NHF? The National Health Federation is the oldest, and most active, organization fighting for your health-freedom rights. May I show you - " That’s how—at the NHF booth at the recent (March 2-4) Long Beach Health Freedom Expo—I got people interested who were strolling past our booth. Once I had their … [Read more...] about Volunteering: More Fun than Work!
A Call To Hackers Everywhere: Test the PROP 37 Vote Count Written by the National Health Federation Category: Blog Published: 15 November 2012 I've now established the most probable truth about the fate of Prop 37 in California. The election was electronically controlled. See my definitive piece here: http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/prop-37-the-top-7-reasons-not-to-believe-the-vote-count/ Now, to earn a place in the white-hat hall of fame, a few very talented … [Read more...] about A Call To Hackers Everywhere: Test the PROP 37 Vote Count
More Than 130 Different Species Of Parasites Are Lurking In Our Food, Air And Water Experts Estimate That Over 90% Of The Population Has At Least One Type Residing In Their Intestines & Body Written by the National Health Federation Category: Blog Published: 20 November 2012 This report on parasites may shock and gross many readers out. Human parasites are so disgustingly repulsive that we all naturally recoil from the mere thought of having them. While it may be hard for you … [Read more...] about More Than 130 Different Species Of Parasites Are Lurking In Our Food, Air And Water
Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms and Diagnosis Written By Dr. Mark Sircus Category: Blog Published: 12 November 2014 Magnesium deficiency is often misdiagnosed because it does not show up in blood tests – only 1% of the body's magnesium is stored in the blood. Most doctors and laboratories do not even include magnesium status in routine blood tests. Thus, most doctors do not know when their patients are deficient in magnesium, even though studies show that the majority of Americans are … [Read more...] about Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms and Diagnosis
It’s a Family Affair Florida Road-Trip Written By Katherine A. Carroll, NTP, Assoc. Editor Category: Blog Published: 18 November 2014 From Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Tampa in mid-November, the National Health Federation logged some significant freeway miles connecting with current NHF Advisory Board members and new NHF reps in the “sunny” State. I say that tongue-in-cheek as the torrential downpours in Miami revealed freeways with Niagara Falls cascading overhead; zero visibility. … [Read more...] about It’s a Family Affair Florida Road-Trip
Giving the Gift of Your Values and Vision This Christmas Written By Katherine A. Carroll, NTP, Associate Editor Category: Blog Published: 05 December 2014 The National Health Federation has recently returned from the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses in Bali, Indonesia, held over Thanksgiving week. But Christmas decorations were going up in nearly 90 degree heat, crinkling under high humidity. Santa Claus, reindeer pulling the sleigh, and flocked … [Read more...] about Giving the Gift of Your Values and Vision This Christmas
NHF Leads in the Future of Health Freedom The Need for Critical Thinking Written By Katherine A. Carroll, Associate Editor, NTP Category: Blog Published: 11 August 2015 Michio Kaku, in Physics of the Future, said, “Science is a double-edged sword; it creates as many problems as it solves, but always on a higher level.” When I reviewed his lengthy book in 2012, I noted, “How can we shape our minds to embrace the constant of change and have the discernment ready to sort the profitable … [Read more...] about NHF Leads in the Future of Health Freedom
This IS The Cure For Cancer Growing Intrigue Surrounding GcMAF Cancer Treatment Written By Bill Sardi Category: Blog Published: 17 May 2017 GcMAF (Gc-protein macrophage activating factor) is back in the news again.1 GcMAF gained worldwide attention in 2008 when this health writer broke the story about its ignored cancer-killing properties. It is the body's way of curing cancer without side effects, deliberately concealed for 26 years. To reignite a growing controversy, more … [Read more...] about This IS The Cure For Cancer
Is Eating Coffee Beans a Healthy Habit? Written by Sally Phillips Category: Blog Published: 16 June 2017 According to recent statistics, approximately 83% of the adult population in America consumes coffee on a daily basis, and 31% of avoid coffee drinkers make this beverage the most essential part of their morning. Besides having a unique and refreshing taste, studies have lent evidence to the fact that regular coffee consumption has a great number of positive effects on physical … [Read more...] about Is Eating Coffee Beans a Healthy Habit?
Codex, Rome, Italy ... July 2018 Written by Scott Tips Published: 25 June 2018 Italian Vaccine Rallies in 2017Soon, I will be off to Rome, Italy for a week-long meeting there of the Codex Alimentarius Commission in order to represent YOUR interests through the National Health Federation. The last time I was in Italy in 2017, I spoke before crowds of 8000 passionate Italians lining both sides of the canal. This time I will go head to head with country delegates and members of … [Read more...] about NHF Carries Your Voice to Rome Codex Meeting
Good Nutrition, Fights Depression Among Seniors Written by Sally Phillips Category:Blog Published: 05 July 2017 Not everyone knows the correlation between good nutrition and depression. The latter is usually thought of as caused by emotions and a biochemical imbalance in the body. However, nutrition has an extremely important role to play in the severity and length of depression among seniors. What you eat and put in your body affects the way you respond physically and … [Read more...] about Good Nutrition, Fights Depression Among Seniors
The Alien Species Agenda… On the Threshold of a Brave New World Written by Katherine Carroll Published: 31 March 2018 The European Union has highlighted the lack of organs for transplant and the increasing number of patients on waiting lists worldwide. While the United States operates with an opt-in system for organ donation, Spain, the undisputed World’s transplant leader, has an opt-out system as does Belgium, which France also adopted in 2017. The Netherlands passed a law February … [Read more...] about The Alien Species Agenda… On the Threshold of a Brave New World