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  • Why Date Sugar May be a Game-Changer for Diabetics For centuries, dates have been celebrated for their medicinal properties, but now, a growing body of scientific evidence suggests that this ancient fruit could hold the key to revolutionizing diabetes management. Recent studies have revealed that dates possess potent antidiabetic properties, with the ability to lower blood glucose levels and improve overall glycemic control in patients with diabetes. A comprehensive meta-analysis and review of the latest research underscore the promising potential of dates as a natural and effective tool in diabetes management. Diabetes has become a global health crisis, affecting millions of people worldwide. As the search for safe and effective treatments continues, researchers are increasingly turning to natural remedies, and one fruit, in particular, has captured their attention: dates. With a rich history of medicinal use dating back to ancient times, dates are now the subject of intensive scientific study, particularly in the context of diabetes management. Two recent studies have shed new light on the antidiabetic properties of dates, providing compelling evidence for their potential as a natural solution for blood sugar control. The first, published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, investigated the ability of date sugar to inhibit key enzymes involved in the development of Type 2 diabetes.1 The second, a comprehensive meta-analysis and review published in the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, explored the effects of date fruit consumption on blood glucose levels in patients with diabetes.2 The Journal of Medicinal Food study evaluated the antidiabetic potential of various commonly consumed carbohydrate sweeteners, including date sugar, using in vitro models. The researchers assessed the sweeteners' ability to inhibit alpha-glucosidase and alpha-amylase, enzymes that play a crucial role in the breakdown of carbohydrates and the subsequent rise in blood sugar levels. Date sugar emerged as a standout performer, exhibiting high inhibitory activities against both enzymes.1 Furthermore, date sugar demonstrated significant antioxidant activity and high total phenolic content, which could contribute to its antidiabetic effects. Phenolic compounds, such as those found in dates, have been shown to possess potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which may help mitigate the oxidative stress and inflammation associated with diabetes.3 The meta-analysis and review published in the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences provide further evidence for the antidiabetic potential of dates. The authors conducted a systematic literature search, identifying 10 cohorts from five trials that investigated the effects of date fruit consumption on blood glucose levels in patients with diabetes.2 The analysis revealed that date fruit consumption led to a significant reduction in fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and postprandial plasma glucose (PPPG) levels. The pooled data showed a remarkable 24.79 mg/dL decrease in FPG and a 28.19 mg/dL decrease in PPPG following date fruit interventions. While the effect on glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) was neutral, the improvements in FPG and PPPG suggest that dates could be a valuable tool in managing day-to-day blood sugar fluctuations.2 The studies included in the meta-analysis employed various types of dates, including Ajwa, Khalas, and Khodry varieties, with intervention durations ranging from a single day to 12 weeks. The diversity of date types and intervention lengths adds to the robustness of the findings, suggesting that the antidiabetic effects of dates may be widespread across different varieties and consumption patterns.2 The mechanisms behind the blood glucose-lowering effects of dates are not yet fully understood, but several theories have been proposed. Dates are rich in dietary fiber, particularly soluble fiber, which can slow glucose absorption in the gut and improve insulin sensitivity.4 Additionally, the high phenolic content of dates may contribute to their antidiabetic properties through various pathways, including the inhibition of carbohydrate-digesting enzymes and the modulation of insulin signaling.5 While the results of these studies are promising, it is essential to acknowledge their limitations. The meta-analysis included a relatively small number of trials, and some heterogeneity was observed in the subgroup analyses of FPG and PPPG. Furthermore, most of the included studies were conducted in Middle Eastern and Asian populations, highlighting the need for more geographically diverse research to confirm the generalizability of the findings.2 Despite these limitations, the evidence presented in these studies provides a compelling case for the potential of dates in diabetes management. The findings underscore the importance of exploring natural, food-based approaches to blood sugar control, particularly in light of the growing global burden of diabetes. As the scientific community continues to unravel the complex relationship between diet and diabetes, dates have emerged as a promising candidate for further research and potential integration into diabetes management strategies. The antidiabetic properties of dates, coupled with their rich cultural history and widespread availability, make them an attractive option for those seeking natural ways to manage their blood sugar levels. In conclusion, the recent studies published in the Journal of Medicinal Food and the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences provide substantial evidence for the antidiabetic potential of dates. The ability of date sugar to inhibit key enzymes involved in carbohydrate digestion and the significant reductions in blood glucose levels associated with date fruit consumption highlight the promising role of this ancient fruit in modern diabetes management. As research continues to elucidate the mechanisms behind these effects, dates may soon become a staple in the diets of those seeking to control their blood sugar naturally and effectively. References 1: Ranilla, Lena Galvez, Young-In Kwon, Maria Ines Genovese, Franco Maria Lajolo, and Kalidas Shetty. "Antidiabetes and Antihypertension Potential of Commonly Consumed Carbohydrate Sweeteners Using in Vitro Models." Journal of Medicinal Food 11, no. 2 (2008): 337-48. 2: Mirghani, Hyder Osman. "Dates Fruits Effects on Blood Glucose among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: A Review and Meta-Analysis." Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences 37, no. 4 (2021): 1230-236. 3: Cianciosi, Danila, Tamara Yuliett Forbes-Hernández, Sadia Afrin, Massimiliano Gasparrini, Patricia Reboredo-Rodriguez, Piera Pia Manna, Jiaojiao Zhang, Leire Bravo Lamas, Susana Martínez Flórez, Massimo Agudo Toyos, José Luis Quiles, Francesca Giampieri, and Maurizio Battino. "Phenolic Compounds in Honey and Their Associated Health Benefits: A Review." Molecules 23, no. 9 (2018): 2322. 4: Weickert, Martin O., and Andreas F. H. Pfeiffer. "Impact of Dietary Fiber Consumption on Insulin Resistance and the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes." The Journal of Nutrition 148, no. 1 (2018): 7-12. 5: Alkhatib, Ahmad, Catherine Tsang, Ali Tiss, Theeshan Bahorun, Hossein Arefanian, Roula Barake, Abdelkrim Khadir, and Jaakko Tuomilehto. "Functional Foods and Lifestyle Approaches for Diabetes Prevention and Management." Nutrients 9, no. 12 (2017): 1310.

  • Doctors Ordered To Euthanize MILLIONS of Vaccinated Patients to Cover-Up 'Disturbing' Side Effects

    Big Pharma and the medical industry are desperately scrambling to cover up the full extent of the human tragedy caused by the Covid mRNA vaccines, according to an industry whistleblower who has blown the whistle on what is really happening in hospital corridors. People have been dying so horrifically and so quickly that doctors have been forced to euthanize them to put them out of their misery, according to the whistleblower who reveals that mainstream media is complicit in covering up the extent of the carnage. But as the body bags continue to pile up and more and more people around the world wake up to the grisly reality, the mainstream media has never been less relevant. We are the news now and the people are rising up and demanding justice for the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the global elite.

  • From one colonial master to another; China’s ongoing takeover of Africa and its natural resources For years, China has been playing its own part in a neo-colonial struggle for influence in Africa. Rather than seeking a military footprint on the continent as, for example, the US has done, China has been engaged in “chequebook diplomacy.” The Secret Battle for resource rich Africa isn’t over yet, James Corbett writes. In fact, it’s just getting underway. What The Hell is Happening in Africa? By James Corbett Six years ago, I wrote ‘The Secret Battle for Africa’. In that editorial, I noted the extent of US Special Forces penetration into Africa and examined the geopolitical reality underlying this covert invasion: Even a cursory review of the evidence shows that one important reason the US is deploying so many commandos to Africa in the first place is precisely to counter Chinese interests on the continent. And, as I pointed out at the time, China was playing its own part in this neo-colonial struggle for influence in Africa. Rather than seeking a military footprint on the continent, however, China has been engaged in “chequebook diplomacy,” reinvesting its capital from the economic boom of recent decades in infrastructure projects and other Belt and Road initiatives in Africa. Well, here we are six years later. How has this new scramble for influence on the African continent played out so far? And where will it go from here? Today, let’s examine some of the key battlegrounds in the Secret Battle for Africa. Niger If you did read my article on ‘The Secret Battle for Africa’ six years ago (or if you just re-read it now), you’ll recall that the launching point for that investigation was an October 2017 article revealing that three US Army Special Forces in Niger had been killed “while on a routine patrol with troops they were training from the West African nation.” The attack was the largest loss of American lives during combat in Africa since the infamous “Black Hawk Down” mission in Somalia in 1993 and served as a wake-up call to Americans who hadn’t even realised that there are US Special Forces operating in Africa. Why, yes, Mabel, there are US Special Forces in Africa. Thousands of them! The failed Niger mission led to a public spectacle of Pentagon hand-wringing, including an internal investigation into the incident and a vague non-promise to maybe perhaps begin a drawdown in commandos in Africa at some point in the unspecified future. So, how well did that whole “we’ll think about withdrawing at some point in the future” idea work out? Not very! Specifically, the issue of the US military presence in Africa shot back to public attention last year when a Nigerien military junta overthrew President Mohamed Bazoum, charging him with “high treason.” As was openly reported at the time, the reason the US was hesitant to officially declare the overthrow a coup d’état was because it was unclear how such a declaration would affect America’s military presence in the country. As it turns out, those fears were well-founded. The US did end up officially declaring the takeover of Niger a coup d’état last October, and the new military government formally revoked its military agreement with the US in March. The US eventually, and reluctantly, agreed to withdraw from the country, but even as late as 25 April, US military officials were signalling that there was no final decision on the when, if or how of such a withdrawal. Whatever the cause of the holdup, Niger’s junta is not waiting for the US to clear out; they’ve already invited the Russian military in to replace the US presence. In fact, in April Russia moved some of its troops onto an airbase in Niger, where some US forces are still stationed. Naturally, this does not mean the end of America’s military presence in Africa. The Pentagon’s designs on Africa are still represented by its United States African Command (“AFRICOM”), which threatens to work with its African “partners” (read: hostages) to “advance US national interests and promote regional security, stability and prosperity.” Pentagon press secretary Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder clarified at a recent press briefing that the US troops still in Niger and Chad will not be withdrawn from Africa altogether but merely temporarily repositioned so they can continue their work in securing the continent for US interests: As talks continue with Chadian officials, US AFRICOM is currently planning to reposition some US military forces from Chad, some portions of which were already scheduled to depart. This is a temporary step as part of the ongoing review of our security cooperation, which will resume after Chad’s 6 May presidential election. The story is obviously not over yet. A recent report from a Russian think tank based on internal Russian government documents claims that Russia’s Africa Corps are planning to offer Niger’s military government a “regime survival package.” It will include military and diplomatic support in exchange for access to Niger’s resources, like its lucrative uranium mines. If these reports are accurate, it confirms that The Secret Battle for Africa is not only still ongoing but is in fact escalating. Whatever the results, don’t be surprised to hear reports of US Special Forces involved in the region in the future … assuming those reports bubble to the surface of mainstream reporting on the issue at all. Zimbabwe Speaking of lucrative mining deals, here’s a story for you: ‘China’s investment in Africa’s lithium mines begins to pay off with new mineral supply chains created’. As the above-linked article makes clear, lithium is an essential resource for the production of the lithium-ion batteries that power electric vehicles, solar panels and many of the other accoutrements of the net zero hoax. Access to this sought-after natural resource is precisely why China is investing so heavily in Zimbabwe, a country that just so happens to boast one of the largest lithium reserves on the planet. Last year, China opened a $300 million lithium processing plant in Kamativi, a small mining town in Zimbabwe’s Matabeleland North province. The first phase of the plant is now up and running and is producing 300,000 tonnes per year of raw spodumene ore – a mineral that is processed to extract lithium. The second phase of the project, scheduled to start next month, is expected to raise the production rate to 2.3 million tonnes of raw ore per year. While China’s decision to open a lithium processing plant in Zimbabwe may not seem like a big deal at first glance, it is in fact a Very Big Deal. Lithium is an essential resource in the Green New World Order agenda, and a growing share of the world supply is falling under China’s control. As the third-largest lithium producer in the world, China’s 24% share of all lithium production is predicted to rise to 33% by next year. The Chinese also control 60% of the world’s battery-grade lithium refining capacity. Unsurprisingly, Uncle Sam views this as a direct threat. Last year, the Biden administration invoked the Defence Production Act in 2022 “to secure American production of critical materials for electric vehicle and stationary storage batteries,” including, of course, lithium. For those keeping track at home, the Defence Production Act is the same national security legislation that MAGA Emperor Trump invoked in 2020 to provide those much-needed ventilators during the scamdemic, so you know this is serious business (emphasis on “business”). So, yes, China’s investment in Zimbabwe’s lithium mines is indeed a Very Big Deal. In fact, in some ways, this is what The Secret Battle for Africa is all about. Angola As I mentioned above, China is no mere spectator in the Secret Battle for Africa. On the contrary. While the US has been threatening the continent with its special forces and is using AFRICOM to cow African leaders into submission, China has been busy developing its own model for extracting Africa’s resources. Remember the military junta that kicked Uncle Sam out of Niger? Well, that same junta just inked a deal that will see the China National Petroleum Company (“CNPC”) loan the Niger government $400 million. In turn, the government will repay CNPC not with money but with shipments of crude oil. In Ghana, meanwhile, Chinese state-owned hydropower company Sinohydro is investing $2 billion in infrastructure development in return for refined bauxite over a 15-year period. Many similar resource-for-infrastructure deals have been made between Chinese state-owned companies and African nations in recent decades. But the paradigmatic example of China’s resources-for-infrastructure investment model is to be found in Angola. In fact, it was in Angola that this innovative form of Chinese neocolonial debt trap diplomacy was pioneered. Angola has been memorably described as “a country deeply cursed with natural resources – a tropical paradise laced with landmines and haemorrhagic fever, bauxite and gold.” Indeed, the curse of resources has hit Angola particularly hard in recent decades. Immediately upon winning its independence from its Portuguese colonisers in 1975, Angola became the site of a decades-long proxy war between Soviet and Cuban-backed socialists and American and South African-backed rebels. None of the foreign powers invested in the proxy war were interested in the Angolan people’s struggle, of course. They were interested in the country’s diamonds, natural gas and oil. When the fighting ended in 2002, Angola – facing pressure from foreign creditors – was about to sign a deal with the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) that would have provided the country with emergency financing in return for greater transparency and accountability of the state’s oil revenues. But then in swooped China with an innovative $2 billion, no-strings-attached, low-rate loan. The loan, structured in an unusual way, became the basis for much of China’s subsequent investment in Africa. Known as the “Angola model,” it is explained by economic muckety-mucks in a high-falutin’ 2018 academic paper they wrote on the ‘China-Angola Investment Model’. The Angolan government uses Chinese credit facilities backed by petroleum-based guarantees to finance investments. However, these investments do not represent amounts of money delivered directly to the Angolan government, but rather the provision of the necessary funds for Chinese public enterprises to develop infrastructure and industrial projects in exchange for petroleum and minerals. [. . .] Chinese investments are recovered from extracted and imported petroleum. For the visual learners in the crowd, here’s an infographic showing the flow of funds in this Angola model of investment: The problem with this model is that these low-rate, no-strings loans are dangerous debt traps. Now aware of the trap, more and more African leaders are stepping forward to question the resources-for-infrastructure investment model itself. One such leader is African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina, who tweeted last June: “Loans backed by natural resources (oil, gas, minerals) are toxic. They are non-transparent, unfair, corruptible, complicate debt resolution and mortgage the future of countries. Africa must end all natural resources-backed loans.” Even Angola has turned on the model. After watching oil prices fall in 2014, forcing Angola to pump more of its reserves to service its Chinese debt, Angolan President João Lourenço admitted in 2019 that the Angola model wasn’t working. The massive state-owned oil company failed to turn a profit from its oil activities that year due to growing debt payments and falling oil prices. Lourenço vowed to shift away from Angola’s failed policy of securing the country’s debt by pledging its oil to China. But this is not the end of the Angolan chapter of the Secret Battle for Africa. Far from it. As The Wall Street Journal reports, American financiers have been happy to step into the vacuum created by the loss of Chinese investment capital. For now, it looks as if Angola – regardless of whether it is beholden to Chinese interests, American interests, or some mixture of the two – will be unable to escape its resource curse anytime soon. Kenya What, did you think the artificial intelligence (“AI”) hysteria gripping the world somehow passed over Africa? If so, then Kenya would like a word with you. Just last month, the US Department of Commerce signed a deal with the Kenyan Ministry of Information, Communication and the Digital Economy to “cooperate on establishing interoperable privacy regimes and facilitating trusted cross-border data flows” in the interest of “harnessing the power of AI for good while mitigating its risks.” That deal comes just weeks after the 2024 China-Africa Internet Development and Cooperation Forum was held in Xiamen, China, where the ChiComs touted “the need to strengthen China-Africa cooperation on AI” and pledged to “adhere to a people-centred approach and the principles of AI for good, equity and openness, deepen China-Africa friendly cooperation on AI, and further promote the high-level development of China-Africa comprehensive strategic and cooperative partnership.” And, as if all that weren’t enough, Kenya also signed an “Investment Memorandum” with the United Arab Emirates in April promising that the two countries will begin “exploring investments in digital infrastructure and artificial intelligence” and “developing data centre projects with a total capacity of up to 1,000 megawatts.” So, what do all these deals tell us? Well, they tell us that Kenya’s government was hard at work last month pimping out its digital future to foreign mercenaries. But they also tell us that there is an all-out African AI proxy war taking place between China and the US, that’s what! … or so claims Semafor in a recent article on ‘AI in Africa opens up new battlefront for China, US’. As the crack repeaters at Semafor explain, Kenya isn’t alone in attracting the interest of foreign powers in financing the country’s AI flights of fancy. Egypt, Rwanda and Mauritius, too, have already published national AI strategies. Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa, meanwhile, are in various stages of developing their own strategy. These intergovernmental deals are just the most visible side of an AI investment bonanza that has been taking place in Africa in recent years, funded almost entirely by foreign capital. Conspicuous examples of this phenomenon include: Google’s African AI Centre; the Gates Foundation’s $30 million “investment in a new AI platform in Africa that it says will aid scientists in developing solutions for healthcare and social issues across the continent”; the “Africa AI Accelerator Program,” brought to you by IBM; and, something calling itself AfricaAI, which, bizarrely – despite offering a number of nebulously defined AI services to African (?) customers – seems to call itself “NYC AI” on its ‘About page’ and talks about AI adoption and innovation in New York City. (Seriously, what even is this?) Yes, the mad scramble for Africa is taking a decidedly digital form in the 21st century. Perhaps it’s no surprise that both China and the US are trying to woo these countries with investment promises and development deals to gain the upper hand in the new (digital) gold rush. And in case you think the gold rush metaphor is a bit much, it’s not my metaphor! No less a personage than Ghana Vice President (and former central banker) Mahamudu Bawumia proposed the idea in the pages of The Guardian last year: As we see the artificial intelligence furore sweep across continents, one thing is clear: Africans have a goldmine at our fingertips. A rapidly growing population of 1.4 billion people, 70% under the age of 30, combined with huge growth in AI investments, creates a potent recipe for Africa. We will not sit back and wait for the rest of the world to reap our rewards. Those are strong words, but given how hard countries like Kenya have been working to attract foreign investment in AI development, it seems that some African nations are indeed fully prepared to “sit back” on their “goldmine” and “wait for the rest of the world to reap their rewards” as long as there are enough upfront dollars attached to the deal. Long story short: Do not expect Africa to become a high-tech wonderland leading the world with AI technologies that transform the earth any time soon, but do expect Africans’ data to be sold to the highest bidder by corrupt governments looking to cash in on the latest technocratic trend. Data is the new oil, indeed. South Africa So far, we’ve talked about the various ways that the Great Powers of our current age (namely, Uncle Sam and Uncle Xi) are vying with each other to gain the upper hand in the struggle for the soul of Africa. But if there’s one thing that all sides of the (manipulated, engineered, phoney baloney) battle between the great powers can agree on, it’s the biosecurity scam! Of course the US government (whether helmed by MAGA Jab Trump or Booster-Boosting Biden) and the UK government and the Canadian government and the rest of the NATO gang were pushing lockdowns, masking, social distancing, cardiac-arresting clot shots, contact tracing and all the other scamdemic B.S. But, as viewers of The Corbett Report already know, so, too, were China and Russia and the rest of the BRICS phoney opposition crowd. Heck, Xi and Putin even released a joint statement on combining their efforts in “the fight against the novel coronavirus infection pandemic” and committing to a “digitalisation of a wide range of different spheres of life” and even pledging fealty to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development! It should come as no surprise, then, that the World Health Organisation (“WHO”) – the self-same global organisation that facilitated the entire scamdemic by transplanting the Chinese lockdown insanity to the rest of the world – has been working hard to sink its claws into Africa. In 2021, the WHO set up Africa’s first mRNA vaccine technology transfer hub, designed to “boost and scale up vaccine production in Africa.” In a press release containing some of the most condescending rhetoric imaginable, the WHO boasted that it was here to help foreign companies teach those dumb Africans how to produce the life-saving mRNA clotshot slurry: The technology transfer hub in South Africa will teach African manufacturers how to make mRNA vaccines, like the Pfizer and Moderna covid-19 vaccines, here in Africa.Foreign manufacturers will share techniques with local institutions and WHO and partners will bring in production know-how, quality control and will assist with the necessary licenses.There will be a training centre with all necessary equipment in place for African manufacturers to learn. The manufacturers will pay for their staff to receive training, which must be completed before they can start production. Oh, thank you, WHO! Whatever would we do without you! … said absolutely no one ever. Sadly, the public relations (”PR”) campaign designed to sell Africans on the idea that the gene therapy masquerading as a vaccine is a great idea did not end there. In 2022, the WHO penned another disgustingly patronising press release, this one telling South Africans that this mRNA hub is a “foundation for self-reliance.” And, just last month, the WHO released a case study on the subject: ‘The mRNA Vaccine Technology Transfer Hub: a pilot for transformative change for the common good?’. This PR propaganda has been coupled, predictably enough, with a slew of articles in the controlled corporate press touting the project‘s heroic goal of bringing clotshot manufacturing capacity closer to the very same African population that the eugenics-obsessed elitists so desperately want to eliminate. Rwanda ended up beating South Africa to the punch by becoming the first African nation to host an mRNA vaccine manufacturing facility, and it is being joined by six other countries who are eager to get in on the action: Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia. Yes, sadly, there was a real pandemic caused by covid: the pandemic of technocratic biosecurity madness and clotshot craziness. Sadly, that pandemic is real, it is being promoted by the WHO and supported by seemingly every nation on earth, and it’s spreading across the African continent unimpeded. To Be Continued … This is the point at which I’d usually tie everything in a nice little bow and summarise what we’ve learned today. But if you’ve made it this far, you know that there is no conclusion to The Secret Battle for Africa yet. In fact, it’s just getting underway. All I know for sure is that the people of Africa will continue to suffer as their mis-leaders sell out the continent and its riches to the highest bidders. And the age-old game of colonial conquest continues on. Stay tuned . . . About the Author James Corbett is an award-winning investigative journalist who edits, webmasters, writes, produces and hosts The Corbett Report.

  • The Matcha-Powered Mind: Your Ultimate Coffee Alternative Are you tired of the jitters and crashes that come with your daily coffee habit? Ready to upgrade your morning brew to something that not only wakes you up but also supports your health and vitality? Look no further than the emerald green goodness of matcha! Matcha, the finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves, has been a treasured part of Japanese tea ceremonies for centuries. But this ancient elixir is not just a pretty face - it's a nutritional powerhouse that can elevate your mind, body, and spirit. Here's why matcha is the ultimate alternative to coffee: A Smooth, Sustainable Energy Boost Matcha contains a unique combination of caffeine and L-theanine, an amino acid that promotes relaxation without drowsiness. This dynamic duo works together to provide a smooth, sustained energy boost without the jitters or crash that often comes with coffee. Plus, matcha actually contains more caffeine per gram than coffee! So you can say goodbye to those pesky withdrawal headaches. Unlock Your Body's Ancient Energy-Capturing Potential Matcha is rich in chlorophyll, the green pigment that allows plants to harness the power of the sun. But did you know that your body has the ability to capture light energy too? It's called photoheterotrophy, and it's an ancient survival mechanism that allows your cells to directly absorb and use photonic energy.1 Chlorophyll is the key to activating this incredible ability. When you consume matcha, you're essentially upgrading your mitochondria - the power plants of your cells - to solar panels! This can lead to improved energy production, reduced oxidative stress, and enhanced cellular resilience.2 Talk about a glow up! Stress Less, Accomplish More In today's fast-paced world, stress can feel like a constant companion. But chronic stress can take a serious toll on your health and well-being. That's where matcha comes in. The L-theanine in matcha has been shown to reduce stress and promote relaxation by increasing alpha brain wave activity.3 But matcha's stress-busting powers don't stop there. This green goddess is also packed with antioxidants called catechins, which have been shown to reduce cortisol - the stress hormone - and protect against the damaging effects of chronic stress.4 So you can tackle your to-do list with focus and clarity, without burning out. Supercharge Your Matcha Ready to take your matcha to the next level? Try blending it with coconut milk or coconut oil for a creamy, brain-boosting elixir that puts bulletproof coffee to shame. The medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) in coconut provide a quick and easy source of energy for your brain, while the healthy fats help to slow the absorption of caffeine for an even more sustained energy release. And if you're craving a touch of sweetness, add a drizzle of honey. Not only will it satisfy your sweet tooth, but the glucose in honey has been shown to enhance memory and cognitive function. It's a win-win! No matcha whisk? No problem! You can easily blend up a frothy cup of matcha with a regular blender or shake it up in a smoothie maker. The Science Behind the Sip Now that you're excited about making matcha your new go-to beverage, let's dive a little deeper into the science behind its superpowers. The combination of caffeine and L-theanine in matcha has been shown to improve cognitive performance, particularly in the areas of attention and memory. A 2017 systematic review found that the L-theanine and caffeine combination improved alertness and attention-switching accuracy, while a 2019 study found that it enhanced sustained attention and memory.5 But what about those photoheterotrophic abilities we mentioned earlier? It may sound like science fiction, but it's very real. A groundbreaking 2014 study published in the Journal of Cell Science found that mammalian cells can actually capture light energy and use it to produce ATP - the energy currency of the cell.1 The researchers found that by exposing mammalian cells and tissues to light in the presence of a chlorophyll metabolite, they could increase ATP concentrations and extend the lifespan of C. elegans worms. This suggests that dietary chlorophyll may play a significant role in supporting cellular energy production and longevity.1 But the benefits of chlorophyll don't stop at energy production. Chlorophyll has also been shown to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, two key drivers of chronic disease. A 2012 study found that chlorophyll supplementation reduced oxidative stress and inflammation in the livers of mice fed a high-fat diet.2 And let's not forget about matcha's stress-reducing properties. A 2018 randomized controlled trial found that daily consumption of matcha reduced stress and improved quality of life in nurses working in high-stress environments. The researchers attributed these benefits to the synergistic effects of L-theanine, caffeine, and antioxidants in matcha.3 Matcha Master So there you have it - matcha is not just a trendy drink, it's a science-backed superfood that can help you feel your best. Whether you're looking to boost your brainpower, reduce stress, or tap into your body's innate energy-capturing potential, matcha has you covered. So why not give this green goodness a try? Your mind (and taste buds) will thank you. And remember, when it comes to matcha, quality matters. Sayer Ji, founder of, recommends looking for high-grade, organic, ceremonial matcha for the most potent benefits. Ceremonial grade matcha is characterized by its bright green color, indicating its freshness and high antioxidant content. It's worth noting that the database has indexed research across more than 1,300 abstracts on green tea's benefits in over 500 conditions!6 That's a staggering amount of scientific evidence backing up the health-promoting properties of this ancient beverage. What's more, the database has identified no less than 160 distinct pharmacological actions through which green tea exerts its beneficial effects.6 Happy sipping! Ready to get a on the Matcha Green Tea train? Our friends with Pique make some of the best stuff around! Click here to learn more. To learn more about the benefits of Green Tea, visit the GreenMedInfo database on the subject here. References 1: Xu, C., Zhang, J., Mihai, D. M., & Washington, I. (2014). Light-harvesting chlorophyll pigments enable mammalian mitochondria to capture photonic energy and produce ATP. Journal of Cell Science, 127(2), 388-399. 2: Subramoniam, A., Asha, V. V., Nair, S. A., Sasidharan, S. P., Sureshkumar, P. K., Rajendran, K. N., Karunagaran, D., & Ramalingam, K. (2012). Chlorophyll revisited: Anti-inflammatory activities of chlorophyll a and inhibition of expression of TNF-α gene by the same. Inflammation, 35(3), 959-966. 3: Hidese, S., Ogawa, S., Ota, M., Ishida, I., Yasukawa, Z., Ozeki, M., & Kunugi, H. (2019). Effects of L-theanine administration on stress-related symptoms and cognitive functions in healthy adults: A randomized controlled trial. Nutrients, 11(10), 2362. 4: Unno, K., Furushima, D., Hamamoto, S., Iguchi, K., Yamada, H., Morita, A., Horie, H., & Nakamura, Y. (2018). Stress-reducing function of matcha green tea in animal experiments and clinical trials. Nutrients, 10(10), 1468. 5: Dietz, C., & Dekker, M. (2017). Effect of green tea phytochemicals on mood and cognition. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 23(19), 2876-2905. 6: (n.d.). Green tea. Retrieved from

  • UN Troops Being Brought in as Migrant Refugees

    Greg Reese The United Nations plan for enforcing the Disease X lockdowns The southern border of the United States is wide open, and the Federal government has been conducting a wide-scale criminal operation of flooding the country with unvetted foreigners, distributing them across the United States, and providing them with homes and financial support. The GOP’s talking point has been that this is all about election fraud, but this has been happening all across the Western world for over a decade. This is something far more sinister than election fraud. The Population Division of the United Nations concerns themselves with international migration. In the year 2000, they published Replacement Migration, a solution put forth to deal with declining and ageing populations. For years we were told that this was a conspiracy theory, but now that we are seeing tens of millions murdered by the experimental shots, it is becoming more clear what the objective is. We are told that these are poor families fleeing tyranny, but there are massive amounts of healthy young men without any families. And time and time again we have seen them act violently against the native population, with very little repercussions from the law. As we are expecting the announcement of Disease X, and another lockdown, a recent report from the UK’s Jim Ferguson provides a plausible explanation of what we are seeing. “This isn't normal. There's something not right. This isn't just refugees coming, these aren’t people fleeing from some kind of war zone. These are predominantly men aged between 25 and 35, young fighting age man, as my old boss, Nigel Farage once referred to them. And I think he's right. John, what do you think's going on here mate?” ~ Jim Ferguson “So I can tell you, these are UN soldiers and they will be deployed by the W.H.O. when they announce the next pandemic lockdown. That's what's going to happen. They've been trained by British soldiers. Been trained by the Black Watch Regiment. They were trained in Antalya, in Turkey, and in the east of Ukraine. They're predominantly down to sergeant ranks. They're then shipped to France. They all signed the Official Secrets Act, then they're ferried over. If you were fleeing war and tyranny, I don't know about you, but I would certainly take my wife and children with me. The most precious, They're my prized asset, you know, they're everything to me. If you're going to war, you go to war with lads. They gonna be deployed, they will be deployed.” ~ John O' Looney “John, I mean you say you spoke to people in the Black Watch. I mean, Black Watch, a very famous yellow regiment. Are they actually going along with this?” ~ Jim Ferguson "They've got no choice. I kind of said, you know, why are you doing it? And he said, soldiers follow orders. What you're going to see is the following, we'll have a minister somewhere in cabinets, suddenly come up with a great idea on how we're going to get these guys to contribute to help us. And they're going to put them in uniforms. A couple of people have told me these uniforms are burgundy. Others have told me they're U.N. blue. I really don't know. I guess we'll see when they deploy them. They are gonna be deployed. Because otherwise, if they announce another lockdown, what would everyone say? They'd say bollocks. And they’d go about their business wouldn’t they? They're gonna need armed young men in uniform to try and enforce it. Why did they import young men from the East? Because, traditionally, if you want to kill and tyrannize white people, you put black soldiers in. Because there's a cultural disassociation. And that's their method. That's the way these globalists are gonna do it.” ~ John O' Looney “You know, in America, when it was a colony of the United Kingdom of Britain, there was a revolution against British colonial rule.” ~ Jim Ferguson “That's right.” ~ John O' Looney “And, you know, a lot of people don't realize, but it was only 3% of those people in America that overthrew the British forces and basically got rid of them. 3% of the population, John.” ~ Jim Ferguson “I look forward to it. I'm ready, I'm ready. I can't wait because I know it's gonna be the beginning of the end for them. I do foresee victory. I see that at a very great cost. But we will see it. And people, I think the world will become closer than ever when we do see victory. It’s gonna come on the back of a load of bloodshed. And unfortunately, it has to. Once people of all colors come together and recognize their common enemy, We’ll walk over these people in ten minutes.” ~ John O' Looney

  • ASPARTAME Side Effects

    Artificial Sweetener called Aspartame is actually a brain drug that stimulates your brain so you think that the food you're eating tastes sweet. You'll notice that when using Aspartame everything you eat at the same time also tastes sweet. Aspartame breaks down to its poison constituents at 86 degrees (Aspartic Acid 40%, Phenylalanine 50%, and Methanol 10%). There is mounting evidence that the "Burning Mouth Syndrome" experienced by the Desert Storm troops was actually Methanol poisoning from the Diet Coke they drank lots of, after being exposed to desert temperatures. Aspartame 10% Methanol appears in the body quickly and is the same alcohol that your mother probably warned you that it can make you blind. Many skid-row alcoholics had problems with this cheap but deadly form of alcohol. Aspartames 40% Aspartic Acid is an "excitotoxin" in the brain and excites neurons to death, i.e. it kills brain cells and causes other nerve damage and it triggers Migraine Headaches.

  • All dental anesthetics now seem to have graphene oxide in them, as tested by many independent labs like by Dr David Nixons', LaQuinta Columna and others.

    Dr Nixon said they're adding them to all injectables like those in cosmetics (like botox etc) and most likely to all local anesthetics. We don't have any info if they're adding them to general anesthesia as well as IV bags... but highly possible. Using magnets to keep the graphene at the bottom of the vial before using only the part that is clean is the only way to use it. As demonstrated in the video.

  • German MEP Christine Anderson: "Future totalitarian regimes no longer require electrified barbed wire fences.

    German MEP Christine Anderson: "Future totalitarian regimes no longer require electrified barbed wire fences. All they need is a phone, a QR code, a digital ID, and then they can do with you whatever they want, and that is scary."

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