Friday, January 15, 2021

Lockdowns less effective than social distancing




A new international study examining the effectiveness of state-mandated coronavirus lockdowns compared to other voluntary pandemic safety measures found that the lockdowns were no better at stopping the spread of coronavirus than less restrictive measures, like social distancing or reducing travel.The peer-reviewed study, ... Read more


Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Leaky Gut

How To Entirely Empty Your Gut Every Morning - Top Surgeon Explains How

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We've been told our whole lives to eat certain fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to stay in good health.

However, according to Dr. Steven Gundry — a world-renowned heart surgeon — many so called "health foods"; in the American diet contain a dangerous toxin, that could be expanding your waistline.

"This toxin causes micro-tears to form in your fragile intestinal-wall — allowing bacteria and waste products to seep into your body." Says Dr. Gundry.

This harmful condition is best known as "leaky gut,"" and it's affecting millions of people nationwide. Warning signs include weight gain, fatigue, digestive discomfort, stiff, achy joints, and even skin problems.

Dr. Gundry explains, "These side effects are often mistaken for normal signs of aging, because leaky gut usually develops over a matter of years, and sometimes even decades. But I can assure you, the damage caused by these so called "health foods" is far from normal."

The good news is, this problem can be easily fixed from your own home.

"It's very simple, you just have to know which foods are actually healthy, and which contain this hidden toxin,"" he goes on to explain.

By simply eliminating this harmful toxin, Dr. Gundry has seen thousands of his own patients make swift recoveries. (In fact, he even lost 70lbs himself!)

Now, after years of research, Dr. Gundry has decided to release an informative video to the public — free and uninterrupted — showcasing exactly which foods you need to avoid.

"Good health is one of life's toughest obstacles,"" he explains. "So, if this video can help people achieve that, I'll be thrilled to hear I was of help.""

The video has since gone viral, first being shared by users on Facebook, then being featured on news sites like ABC and CBS.

So far, the comments and feedback have been outstanding, with thousands of Americans feeling better than they have in decades.


 Dr. Gundry also serves as the personal physician to many A-list celebrities.

Most notable of which include legendary self-help guru Tony Robbins, Oscar award winning actor Alan Arkin, Grammy award winning singer Usher, and countless fortune 500 executives.

Now, there is one thing Dr. Gundry asks from his viewers: "If watching this helps you take control of your weight back, fight unwanted cravings, increase your energy, ease gas and bloating, or find relief from stiff, achy joints,"" Dr. Gundry says... "Then please share this video with your friends and loved ones. Together, we can help as many people avoid these health issues as possible.""

Click here to watch the presentation

Gundry MD | 9465 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 300 Beverly Hills, California, 90212


Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Retirees Doubled Debt in 2020

New Study Finds Retirees Doubled Their Debt in 2020

Ideally, most people retire with plenty of wealth to live comfortably for the rest of their lives. In reality, that's not usually the case. Clever, a real estate data company,  just released new research that found that the average retiree has just 39% of recommended retirement savings.

State of Retirement Finances: 2021 Edition

Retirees average $177,787 in retirement savings, well below the $465,000 that experts recommend, says editor Kristen Herhold. Respondents are aware they did not save enough — just 35% believe they prepared adequately for retirement.

59% of retirees say they retired earlier than planned, mostly due to health reasons, so many potentially missed out on years they planned to save for retirement.

Medical bills have caused many retirees to take on additional debt, which Clever  covers in detail in the report.