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69 % OF STORE BOUGHT OLIVE OIL IS FAKE. LEARN HOW TO TEST YOURS AT HOME!
Olive oil is a staple of the Mediterranean diet and its long list of health benefits is constantly growing. It contains Vitamin E, Vitamin K and plenty of beneficial fatty acids including Omega-6 and Omega-4. The antioxidants in extra virgin olive oil have been shown to help fight disease, as well as act as an anti-inflammatory in the body, protecting LDL cholesterol from oxidation. Many studies also show that olive oil prevents blood clotting and lowers blood pressure, protecting against cardiovascular disease. Adding true olive oil to your diet can have a tremendous impact on your overall health.
There’s only one large problem with olive oil… not all types are created equal. Lower quality versions can be extracted using chemicals, or even diluted using other, cheaper oils. Buying the right type of olive oil is essential to making sure that you and your family are truly reaping the health benefits that it has to offer.
The Adulteration Process
Nicholas Blechman recently covered the adulteration process of olive oil for The New York Times. Contrary to popular belief, a lot of the oil sold as Italian olive oil does not actually come from Italy. It comes from countries such as Spain, Morocco and Tunisia.
The olives are driven to a mill after being picked, where they are cleaned, crushed and pressed. The oil is then pumped into a tank and shipped to Italy. And shipments of soybean or other cheap oils are labeled as olive oil and smuggled into the same port. Some refineries cut the olive oil with cheaper oil, while others may even mix vegetable oils with beta-carotene to disguise the flavor, and add chlorophyll for coloring to produce fake olive oil. These bottles are then legally labeled “Extra Virgin” and branded with “Packaged in Italy” or “Imported from Italy,” and shipped around the world.
So how do you know if you’re getting the right stuff?
According to tests done by the UC Davis Olive Center, 69% of all store-bought extra virgin olive oils in the United States are most likely fake. The study analyzed a total of 186 extra virgin olive oil samples against the standards established by the International Olive Council. The brands that failed to meet the extra virgin olive oil standards in this study were:
- Filippo Berio
The best way to ensure that you’re buying real olive oil is to buy oil that’s locally-produced. Buying from a local farmer that you know and trust will help to ensure that you’re getting the good stuff. If that route isn’t an option, look for a third-party certification on the label. Any bottle can claim to be “all natural,” but that doesn’t mean it’s true.
The California Olive Oil Council and the Australian Olive Association both have programs that make their seals trustworthy. If the olive oil you’re considering was packaged in Italy, look for PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) or PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) seals. True olive oils almost always state the specific region they were produced in, so look for that when checking out a bottle “from Italy.”
Tom Muller, author of “Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil,” put together a list of olive oils that have his approval. It’s not comprehensive, but it’s a good starting point. He recommends:
- California Olive Ranch
- Cobram Estate
- Corto Olive
Check out the video below to learn how to test your olive oil:
h/t: diet of life
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Author and economic analyst John Sneisen talks to Josh Sigurdson about the bail-in regime seen previously in Austria at Hypo Alpe Adria and what’s happened recently relating to that event.
Bail-ins are just an excuse for blind robbery. The money in the bank is not yours until you take it out. That’s contractual. The big banks are being insured by bail-in regimes by robbing the customer. In order to pay off their debts they can just empty bank accounts, RRSPs and pensions. Canada has recently renewed their bail-in regime policies as one of the first countries in the world to have legislation written into the budget regarding bail-ins.
We don’t want to see what happened in Cyprus happen here or anywhere for that matter. That’s why we give you all our opinions on these topics so that you can make the decision whether or not to keep your money in the bank and how to keep yourself and your family safe in an economic downturn. It’s crucial in this day and age to have an understanding of the monetary system and what the coercive state is capable of.
How can trustees afford junket when they’re closing schools? – Penticton Herald
Former school board trustee #DavidPerry comments on school board trustees attending junket to Vancouver right after they close schools. See Letters to the Editor (plus others, including Brian Horejsi on the lumber industry).
How can trustees afford junket when they’re closing schools?
To the editor:
I read with interest that the majority of our school trustees are off again on their annual junket to attend the annual general meeting of the B.C. School Trustees Association at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver no less.
Such irrelevant workshops as “Public Education and the Social License” and “Damned Nations: Greed, Guns and Armies” are
on the agenda.
Nothing on “School Closures,” “Government Underfunding,” “Supporting parents of closed schools,” etc., which are the real issues trustees have left at home.
Now, one would have thought that perhaps politically sensitive trustees would avoid this year’s all-expense-paid holiday in one of Vancouver’s finest hotels, given the disruption caused by their decisions to close schools back home. Or at least send one representative to report back to the board, but not pay for the whole group along with district staff to attend.
Trout Creek and West Bench parents must be appalled at this level of expenditure when the majority of these trustees voted to close their schools, citing a huge budget shortfall. Once again, the perception of attending a gala affair at the Hyatt while the concerns back home are left blowing in the wind just does not speak to a concerned group of elected officials.
However, there is one workshop this weekend that could be of value; “What’s working well, What’s not and What’s next,” Maybe with any luck our trustees will attend this session and learn what they are doing is not working well.
David Perry, Penticton
Kenny Shields and Streetheart are coming to Penticton!!!
Today at 9:30 PM
When one speaks of rock music and western Canada in the same sentence, there is a good chance that Kenny Shields may be the subject of that sentence. Shields was born in Nokomis, SK. in 1947. His passion for music emerged at the age of six when he entered an amateur talent show, and smoked the competition.
Upon graduation from secondary school, he moved to Saskatoon and joined that city’s premiere band – Witness Incorporated – and the professional spotlight first fell upon him. Shields’ lifelong dream started to crystalize: to entertain with music. The band would do just that, playing to dedicated audiences across western Canada. They relocated to Toronto in 1967 and won over the dubious patrons of the Yorkville clubs and The Rockpile. They opened for Cream, toured with Roy Orbison, and issued five singles including “I’ll Forget Her Tomorrow”, “Jezebel” and “Harlem Lady.”
In 1970 Shields was critically injured in an automobile accident that sidetracked him from music for several years. He made one attempt at a comeback with the Regina-based band called Mudd, but realized that although his dream was still intact, he was not yet ready to resume the touring life.
After a further period of convalescence, Shields moved to Winnipeg to join another Saskatchewan band entitled Wascana, which included in its ranks Spider Sinnaeve, Daryl Gutheil, and ex-Witness drummer Craig Kaleal. The voice was re-energized, the stamina returned, the band gelled, and after relocating to Saskatoon, they became Witness again.
While on the Alberta touring circuit, Shields struck up a friendship with the members of The Great Canadian River Race, and in 1976 when Witness finished its run, Shields moved back to Regina in the company of Paul Dean and Matt Frenette. With Spider and Daryl , the five formed the quintessential prairie powerhouse band of the late 1970s and early 1980s – Streetheart.
At their best in a live setting, Streetheart was labelled Canada’s #1 touring band for many years running. They played bars, clubs and arenas from coast to coast sharing the stage with such acts as Chilliwack, Rush, Harlequin, Styx, Max Webster, AC/DC, and April Wine.
Streetheart recorded a total of six studio albums and one double live album. They topped the Canadian charts with a non-stop string of hits including “Action”, “Hollywood”, “Under My Thumb”, “Look In Your Eyes”, “What Kind of Love Is This”, “One More Time” and “Snow White” – all tunes that remain standards on radio playlists to this day. Along the way they earned a total of six gold albums, four platinum albums, a gold single, two Ampex Golden Reel awards, a Music Express Award , a peoples’ choice voted most popular Canadian act and a Juno. And in September 2003, as befits a national institution, Kenny Shields and Streetheart were inducted into the Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
Following three years of convalescence from major surgery in 2000, Shields career continues and his dream remains, to entertain with music. The spotlight still shines brightly.
LSL The heartbeat of the Okanagan Independent media presents
School Closures School District 67 Parents attempt last effort April 11/16
A small group representing a much larger group presented a proposal to save West Bench and Trout Creek Schools that would instead if correct would not only save the school but as well would give them over $4000.000 in surplus.
The school district trustees said they needed to review the well presented package put together before they could rescind the school closure. Next meeting is on May 7,2016
This is a letter to the editor in the Penticton Herald
Are you aware of the solution that parents from Summerland have innovated to replace the restructuring of all of our schools? Below is a summary of the proposal that will presented at this evening’s school board meeting.
A new preliminary proposal to reopen Trout Creek School as a School of Choice will be presented to the School Board on Monday, April 11. Please come out and show your support! Board Office 6:30 pm.
We are requesting that a Publicly Funded Montessori Program of Choice be added to the existing operations at Trout Creek School. We are discussing the Summerland Montessori Society as the facilitator of the programming. This would recapture our students lost to the independent system and immediately increase the enrollment and funding in Trout Creek School.
There are successful models of this in the 12 Districts in the Lower Mainland and several more throughout BC. At least 4 schools in BC previously slated for closure have been rejuvenated this way. Programs of Choice create access & equality. Schools offering Programs of Choice are sought out as destination education. In fact our Summerland model French Immersion Program of Choice is an excellent example.
Our schools are an integral part of the foundation of a vital, healthy community. In the interest of intersectoral collaboration, we are asking the public, parents, Summerland Council and administration to support this progressive & forward thinking initiative for our neighborhood schools to join together, and truly turn challenge into an exciting opportunity for our community.
If another last-ditch effort fails tonight to save West Bench Elementary, it could turn into a windfall for the Penticton Indian Band’s school.
Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School principal Phil Rathjen said his facility, which currently has the equivalent of 90 full-time students, is in line to get four new classrooms when it reaches 100 kids.
The new space would be created by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, the federal agency that funds Outma.
Rathjen said he had “a couple” of new registrations for the 2016-17 session in the run-up to the board of the Okanagan Skaha School District voting March 30 to close nearby West Bench Elementary, and going ahead with that decision could very well push Outma over the top.
“We’d be ambitious to say we’re going to get to 100 and we’re going to build, but we’d be hopeful for that,” said Rathjen.
“I think staff are certainly looking forward to the opportunity for expansion, but we certainly don’t want to do it at that cost” of West Bench closing.
Outma has a reciprocal agreement with School District 67 that allows students to transfer between facilities, regardless of their heritage.
That deal, combined with West Bench’s proximity to Outma and its relatively high number of aboriginal kids – estimated by a parents’ group at 40 per cent of the 90 learners there – bodes well for the PIB.
First, however, School District 67 trustees are expected to discuss tonight at their regular meeting a proposal from the West Bench to raise taxes in order to provide a special operating subsidy to help keep the community’s school open.
According to an analysis prepared by Michael Brydon, who represents West Bench on the board of the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, a $150,000-a-year operating grant would cost the average homeowner there about $220 annually.
That’s a bargain compared to the estimated $6,000 loss in value an average property owner experienced the moment the decision was made to close the school, concluded Brydon, citing a U.S. study on the issue.
Besides his proposal, trustees are also expected tonight to hear from three parents from Trout Creek, home to another elementary school that’s slated for closure June 30.
South Sudan Facing Hyperinflation – How This Relates To Us
Author and economic analyst John Sneisen talks to Josh Sigurdson about the hyperinflation that’s plunging the people of South Sudan (a new country) into absolute debt enslavement. We wanted to make the issue clear to people who claim that oil will hold up the fiat dollar ( paper money) in places like Canada and Argentina where clearly, while oil is the main commodity, it is not saving a dollar that’s printed into oblivion and devalued astronomically. The South Sudanese Pound is hitting inflation rates over 200% and shows no sign of stopping. Even with that rate, there is evidence to prove that the inflation rate is actually much higher than is being reported.
We report this after people like Jeff Berwick and Luke Rudkowski visited Venezuela and investigated the hyperinflation that’s taking hold of the country as we’ve previously reported on. While all this evidence of socialist hell destroying economies keeps emanating, there are still so many who message us and claim that all the claims are bogus. We simply want people to listen to us for the sake of what’s to come. We keep putting out information, people don’t listen and then people suffer horrible fates. We want that to change.
We at WAM are all about giving the people information in our opinion, using resources in order to prove our claims so that the individuals watching can take action, stay insured and stay safe.
If you have any questions, please feel free to send them!
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April 11, 2016
GeoEngineeringWatch.com consistently monitors the situation known as “GeoEngineering.” This week, the website founder, Dane Wigington, was interviewed by Hunter regarding the urgent matters at hand.
According to Wigington.
“We have now enough data to prove that the greatest destructive factor, by far, on the ozone layer is geoengineering (chemtrails). It’s disrupting the hydrological cycle and disrupting the planet. We have governmental agencies that are set up to hide this fact from the population or to mask it. . . . We are seeing UVB levels that are a 1,000 % more than we are being told. . . . We have all the data being skewed to hide the severity of what is happening from the population for as long as possible. . . . We have friends behind the curtain that know this is going on and want it to stop. . . . I truly believe we have a growing number of allies behind the curtain that want this to stop as bad as we do. Let’s hope that is true and our allies grow because this is truly an all-out assault on all life on earth. How long can we hold our breath? Any breath we take is laden with these materials. We absolutely know it from lab testing. It’s not speculation or theory or conjecture. We see the human health statistics that are associated with this. The massive Alzheimer’s, dementia, autism and COPD. . . . Anyone who looks up, they can see how incredibly obvious this monstrosity is in our skies.”
Hunter’s interview last sixteen minutes and focuses on a lawsuit filed involving the spraying of chemtrails in Canada. This stuff is real. The term “chemtrails” often causes people to immediately regard any of the information posted as a “conspiracy theory,” however, there is simply too much information available anymore to continue holding it in such cheap and desperate regard.
Scientists who would like to speak out about the harmful effects of climate engineering (chemtrails) are being threatened and gagged as geoengineering researcher Dane Wigington points out, “U.S. government scientists have no First Amendment protection–none. Now, there is a federal gag order on all National Weather Service and all NOAA employees. How much more obvious is this situation, and they are trying to plug leaks in the ship. We have environmental scientists being fired all over. Canada has let go a huge number of their scientists. Australia has fired 450 of their front line environmental scientists. Why? Because they want to cover up what’s happening any way they can.”
Now, Wigington and others have filed a the first of many lawsuits starting with Canada over Damage cause by geoengineering (chemtrails.) Wigington contends, “They are trying to obscure the severity of what is unfolding from the public for as long as possible. If we don’t take care of what is happening in our skies and environment, nothing else is going to matter. . . . Nothing is going to matter soon. That’s how bad it is. . . . What our government and other governments are doing is to try to hide the magnitude of what is unfolding until the last possible moment, at which time total collapse ensues.”
Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Dane Wigington, founder of GeoEngineeringWatch.org.
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On April 13th, 2016, the Sinclair Park Community Centre in Winnipeg’s St. John’s provincial riding hosted a public forum for the Manitoba provincial candidates for St. John’s. In attendance was Noel Bernier of the Liberal Party, Nahanni Fontaine of the NDP and Barbara Judt of the Progressive Conservative Party.
During the open floor discussion, Josh Sigurdson of WAM asked Nahanni this, “You’ve voiced your concern with the assimilation of First Nations people into white society, even going as far as to support a boycott on all white owned businesses. Yet, currently, there are 11,000 children in CFS care, 90% First Nations, around 75% of all Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Men came out of CFS care, close to 60% of all adults who grew up in CFS care become homeless. How can you stand for a government that treats First Nations families so terribly and leaves sovereignty to the dust?”
The moderator then asked Josh to rephrase the question for all candidates. Josh replied, “What would you do to cull the powers of CFS that’s taking First Nations children away at such an exponential rate?”
While Noel Bernier made some interesting points regarding Child and Family Services, Nahanni made the question about her and how in her 5 and a half years in government, she never spoke to Selinger about CFS despite the fact that basically her whole portfolio was regarding Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Men. She then admitted that the system was terrible but that she wasn’t behind the CFS problems.
Josh then asked her why she stands by a party that’s behind what she herself sees as terrible. Nahanni Fontaine replied that she feels vitriolic negativity in the room and that she wants to leave. She then got up and left alongside Liberal Noel Bernier leaving only Barbara Judt of the PCs at the forum.
Barbara continued to answer questions despite much of the crowd leaving.
Josh was called many names and was called “disgusting” for asking the question twice. One NDP supporter told Josh that he’s wrong and doesn’t care about children because he hasn’t adopted children (despite being 21 years old and unable to actually do so).
The whole situation was a debacle. Consider this… If Nahanni Fontaine and Noel Bernier will literally run away from simple questions and tame criticism, imagine how they will act once they’re not campaigning and they’re hiding behind the thick rock walls of the Manitoba Legislative Building. Keep this in mind.
See the full video here:
MAN EATS 2 TBS OF COCONUT OIL TWICE A DAY FOR 60 DAYS AND THIS HAPPENS TO HIS BRAIN!
Dr. Mary Newport has a theory that ketone bodies, which the body makes when digesting coconut oil, may be an alternative fuel for the brain. She believes that coconut oil may offer profound benefits in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. If her theory is accurate, it could be one of the greatest natural health discoveries in years.
Dr. Newport has her own personal history with Alzheimer’s. Her husband, Steve, suffered from progressive dementia for at least five years in his mid-50s, then had an MRI that supported a clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Sherecounts her story in a case study. “Many days, often for several days in a row, he was in a fog; couldn’t find a spoon or remember how to get water out of the refrigerator… One day I would ask if a certain call came that I was expecting and he would say ‘No.’ Two days later he would remember the message from so-and-so from a couple of days earlier and what they said.”
Dr. Newport noted that her husband had no short-term memory, yet the information was still filed somewhere in his brain. She had a gut feeling that his diet had something to do with it. He began taking medication in hopes that it would help slow the process, but he became depressed, lost weight, forgot how to cook, use a calculator or even perform simple addition. Steve forgot how to perform many common tasks, but would spend all day working in the yard or in his garage and remained in good physical condition.
A few studies about the potential use of medium chain triglycerides or ketone bodies to not only treat but prevent Alzheimer’s disease caught Dr. Newport’s eye. Medium chain triglycerides are also regarded as a potential treatment for Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, drug resistant epilepsy, and diabetes. Dr. Newport explains, “Ketone bodies may help the brain recover after a loss of oxygen in newborns through adults, may help the heart recover after an acute attack, and may shrink cancerous tumors. Children with drug resistant epilepsy sometimes respond to an extremely low carbohydrate ketogenic diet.”
The body’s cells may be able to use ketone bodies as an alternative fuel when glucose is unavailable. Ketone bodies do not normally circulate in the body unless it has been starving for a few days, or if one is on a very low-carb diet, such as Atkins. Dr. Newport explains, “In Alzheimer’s disease, the neurons in certain areas of the brain are unable to take in glucose due to insulin resistance, and slowly die off… if these cells had access to ketone bodies, they could potentially stay alive and continue to function.”
To make a long story short, Dr. Newport started giving a daily dose of coconut oil to her husband, Steve. Just 60 days after he started taking it, Dr. Newport recalls that Steve was alert and happy, talkative and making jokes, and the tremor he’d developed was less noticeable. He was able to concentrate on one task instead of being easily distracted. Steve receives about 2 tablespoons of coconut oil twice a day, to make sure that there are no periods where ketone bodies aren’t circulating.
After a year of the natural treatment, Dr. Newport says her husband is a different person. She notes that he still has difficulty finding some words, but he recognized relatives on a family trip, participated actively in conversations, and his facial expressions were more animated.
She adds, “For now, we are very pleased with where he is at and should coconut oil stop or slow down the progress of his disease, it will be worth every drop that he takes.”