A Helpful Guide to All the Things You Shouldn’t Eat if You Want to Live Longer and Lose Weight



Here’s an Internet wormhole: Go to YouTube and search for food commercials from the era of your childhood. You will find, remarkably, that not only are they all there, but they’re also organized and curated into playlists that are a crash course – or dare I say, a crash diet – of horrific proportions.





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Can Those Vaccinated Against the Coronavirus Still Spread the Virus?


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As more and more American’s become vaccinated everyday society has slowly begun to open back up. It’s been nearly a month since the CDC announced that vaccinated people no longer have to wear a mask or social distance in most settings.

Data by the CDC suggests that those who are vaccinated against COVID-19 are less likely to transmit the virus but the research is not definitive.

Related: How To Detoxify and Heal From Vaccinations – For Adults and Children

Some people are unable to be vaccinated due to underlying medical conditions, or religious reasons, and then of course there’s those of us who just don’t want to be vaccinated!

When it comes to COVID-19, immunologists are still figuring out what they call the “correlates of protection,” factors that predict just how protected someone is against the coronavirus. Researchers believe that an optimum amount of “neutralizing antibodies,” the type that not only bind the virus but also prevent it from infecting, are sufficient to fend off repeat infections. Scientists are also still assessing the durability of immunity that the COVID-19 vaccines are providing and where in the body it’s working.

Can people vaccinated against COVID-19 still spread the coronavirus?

The coronavirus vaccine has been known to cause numerous side effects and health problems after injections, mostly after the second shot. None of the COVID-19 vaccines have been FDA approved, they are only approved for emergency use.

Sage Edwards

Sage is a writer and photographer for Organic Lifestyle Magazine. At 18 years old Sage weighed more than 320 pounds. After years of being in persistent pain at such a young age, she decided it was time for a change. She started cranberry lemonade, a salad a day, cut out refined sugar and processed foods, Sage lost 100 pounds in less than a year. Today she likes to start her mornings with a run and weight lifting, and a big salad. She enjoys cooking, working out, and learning about health and the way of the Organic Lifestyle.

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The Keystone Pipeline Project is Terminated


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The Keystone XL pipeline project has been terminated. The Canadian pipeline company that had planned to carry oil from Canadian tar sands to Nebraska announced last week that it had terminated the project.

Environmental activists have long warned about the impact the Keystone pipeline would have on the environment.

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In 2015 former President Obama announced he would reject the construction permit for the pipeline. In 2017, immediately after inauguration former President Trump signed an executive order to undo Obama’s decision.

In 2018, after portions of the pipeline, had already been built, a federal judge blocked any further construction stating that the Trump administration did not perform adequate environmental reviews before making its decision.

On the day of his inauguration President Biden rescinded the construction permit for the pipeline. On the same day TC energy, the company responsible for the pipeline, said it would be suspending work on the pipeline.

Environmental activists cheered the move and used the moment to urge Mr. Biden to rescind the Trump-era permits granted to another pipeline, the Enbridge Line 3, which would carry Canadian oil across Minnesota. Hundreds of protesters were arrested earlier this week in protests against that project.

The Keystone XL pipeline project has been terminated.

Sage Edwards

Sage is a writer and photographer for Organic Lifestyle Magazine. At 18 years old Sage weighed more than 320 pounds. After years of being in persistent pain at such a young age, she decided it was time for a change. She started cranberry lemonade, a salad a day, cut out refined sugar and processed foods, Sage lost 100 pounds in less than a year. Today she likes to start her mornings with a run and weight lifting, and a big salad. She enjoys cooking, working out, and learning about health and the way of the Organic Lifestyle.

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