The Great Culling – Our Water. Our Food. Our Air

If you think Fluoride is good for you, please take the opportunity and get educated about this devastating poison that has been mixed into our water systems. 

The dentist here in town suggested I use a toothpaste with fluoride in it! When I questioned her further about that it could possibly harm us, she knew nothing about it.  Therefore, to keep you updated on staying healthy I found this documentary film, The Great Culling.  Here is a short excerpt:

In the late 1970s, an amazing monument was erected on a hilltop in Elbert, Georgia. It is known as the Georgia Guidestones. This mysterious monument has been referred to as the American Stonehenge and no one knows who is responsible for its construction. The six granite slabs are perfectly aligned with the celestial bodies. They stand over 20 feet high and weigh almost a quarter of a million pounds. However, its most shocking detail is not its size but the messages engraved on each piece in both ancient and modern languages. This message is called The Ten Commandments for a New Age of Reason. The very first declaration is the most alarming of all. It states: “maintain humanity under 500 million in perpetual balance with nature.”

This documentary begs the question: how exactly do the people behind this cryptic message plan to eliminate over 90% of the population?

When it comes to the water we drink, the reports are contradictory and confusing. Obviously somebody is lying because while some insist that everybody can benefit from drinking fluoridated water and that the benefits for dental health are innumerable, others warn that fluoride is a deadly poison. Many dental health practitioners are taking action to fight fluoridation until it is proven safe for human consumption. Many scientists believe that adding fluoride to water is just part of a social experiment that was started in the mid 1940s.

What is labeled fluoride is not the natural occurring substance. It’s a mixture of chemicals that might include cancer-producing agents, radioactive chemicals, heavy metals, and even elements that cause neurological damage in humans.

According to the CDC — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — by 2010, 73.9% of homes in the US were receiving fluoridated water. According to different investigations and scientific data, fluoride inactivates 62 enzymes in the body, speeds up the aging process, increases incidences of tumor growth, disrupts the immune system, among many other damaging effects. It’s a gradual accumulation of toxins that work to destroy the body through the years.

Not only can fluoride be found in drinking water, it is now even an ingredient in certain foods such as juices and cereals. Once it’s added to a product, it’s difficult to get it out. What can be done to stop this madness? Or is this all just another paranoid conspiracy theory that can be debunked? Watch this free documentary film and decide for yourself.


                         SPLIT ENDS 
Each strand of hair on your head is composed of three layers. The outermost of the layers is the cuticle, which consists of dead cells that overlaps each other. The middle layer is the cortex. It is composed of proteins which gives strength and texture to the hair. The innermost layer is the medulla which is responsible for giving the color to the hair.  When the cuticle is worn away then the shine of our hair also goes away and it looks dry. Our hair breaks and split ends occur and our hair starts looking unhealthy.
It is caused when our hair is damaged and due to lack of nourishment in hair. It is very common among women especially who have long hair.

                                CAUSES OF SPLIT ENDS
  • Exposure to the sun for a long time.
  • Washing the hair excessively.
  • Brushing or combing wet hair.
  • Excessive use of hot styling tools.
  • Excessive use of gels, hair sprays or any alcohol based hair products.
  • Hair coloring.
  • Hair bleaching.
  • Due to use of chemical rich products for hair straightening, perming etc.
  •   Irregular trimming.
  • Use of uncovered plastic rubber bands.
  • Use of cheap and bad quality brushes or combs that have plastic bristles.
  • Use of metal or plastic clip.
  • Due to environmental changes.
  • Ocean salt water.
  • Unhealthy diet especially low-fat diet.

1)- Take a bowl and whisk 1 egg yolk. Now mix 2sp almond oil in it and mix well. Massage your scalp with this mixture and leave it for half an hour. Then wash your hair with water.
2)- Take a papaya and mashed it in a bowl. Now add half cup of plain yogurt in it and mix well. Apply it on your scalp and leave it for 45 minutes.  Then wash your hair with lukewarm water. 
3)- Take 1sp coconut oil, 1sp castor oil and 1sp olive oil in a bowl. Now heat it for few seconds and massage your hair with it from roots to tip. Cover your hair with shower cap and leave it overnight. Next day wash your hair with water.
4)- Take a half bowl of yogurt in a bowl and mix 2-3 sp of vegetable oil in it. Now massage this mixture on your split ends for 15-20 minutes. Then rinse off your hair with warm water. Repeat it 3-4 times a week.
5)- Take a bowl and beat 1 egg yolk in it. Now mash 1 avocado and mix it with egg yolk. Mix 2sp olive oil and 1sp honey in it. Mix well and massage your hair with it. Wrap your head with shower cap for 30 minutes and then wash your hair with water.

  • Use good quality conditioner after shampoo your hair.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Trim your hair regularly after 6 – 8 weeks.
  • Avoid combing wet hair.
  • Cover your hair with scarf or put a hat while going outside to protect your hair from sunrays and dust.


As we all know Protein is very essential for the proper growth and function of the human body.  Your body is always breaking down its current protein stores, so restocking your supply regularly is important. Protein also contains crucial amino acids that your body needs to function properly. 

           Top 10 Protein rich Foods 

  • EGGS

It is an excellent source of protein. It is perfect to start the day. 
1Large Egg contains 6-7g of protein.


Cheese is made of milk and is a very good source of proteins. Low fat Mozzarella and Cottage cheese provide the most protein per calorie.  If one is watching the fat intake then low fat partial skim mozzarella is perfect. 1 slice of cheese (28g) contains 9 -10g of protein.

  • FISH

Fish is one of the best sources of protein. It contains omega 3 fatty acids and helps in fighting the high cholesterol. Tuna, salmon, halibut, snapper and tilapia are the richest sources of protein. 3 oz fillet (85g) provides 22g of protein. 

  • MILK

It is one of the best sources of protein for the vegetarians. You will get whole protein from the milk. You will get 3.3g of protein from a glass of milk (100ml).


They are rich in proteins and fiber. The greater mature the bean, the greater is its protein content. Beans are best eaten with other cereals, corns and vegetables for a good balanced diet. 1 cup of mature soy beans (172g) contains 30g of proteins.

  • TOFU

Tofu is an alternative to meat. It can be used for cooking various kinds of dishes. It is also rich in iron and magnesium.  A slice of tofu (140g) contains 11 grams of protein. 


Lentils and pulses are a very good source of protein. They also provide iron that is essential in the body. They are best added to other dishes. One cup of cooked lentils or dry peas contains about half of the daily fiber recommendation for adults


Chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, veal and beef are the best sources of protein. 1chop (134g) of pork contains 33g of protein. 1pc of beef (20g) contains 7g of protein.

  • NUTS

Nuts include ground nuts, sesame seeds and many others. Apart from having a high protein content, a handful of nuts everyday helps in reducing the heart attacks greatly, hence they are very essential in adding into your diet. 1 ounce of nuts (28g) contains 9-10g of proteins.


It is also an excellent source of protein. It is also available in market in variant flavors. 1 cup of yogurt (245g) contains 13g of protein.


Bones are the body’s foundation. Having strong dense bones is essential to good posture, strength and balance. Now you can get strong bones by adding these foods to your diet

  • Milk – Calcium is the most essential element for strong bones and the best source of calcium is undoubtedly milk. Along with calcium, milk also contain useful nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, riboflavin, phosphorus and Vitamins D, A and B12. All these nutrients are important for healthy bones. A person should drink atleasr 2 glass of milk every day.

  • Yogurt Yogurt contains a good amount of calcium and nutrition specialist say that one cup of yogurt daily is enough to fulfill the calcium requirement of the body. Yogurt also contains Vitamins D, A, B12, potassium, magnesium, riboflavin, phosphorus and protein.

  • Salmon – This Salmon is naturally high in both calcium and vitamin D. It also contain omega 3 fatty acid which  help to increase the absorption of calcium in the body. Regular consumption of salmon helps to improve bone density and bone accumulation.

  • Nuts and Seeds – Nuts and seeds can bolster bone health in several ways. Walnuts and flaxseeds are packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Peanuts and almonds contain potassium, which protects against the loss of calcium in urine. Nuts also contain protein and other nutrients that play a supportive role in building strong bones.

  • Cheese – Cheese contains high amount of calcium ,  Vitamins D, A, B12, potassium, magnesium, riboflavin, phosphorus and protein. All these nutrients are essential for  strong bones . 

  • Broccoli and Spinach – Both these vegetables are rich in calcium and helpful foods for bones . Broccoli contains calcium along with proteins for the healthy and flexible bones. One cup of turnip greens or chopped broccoli contains 200 mg of calcium. Where as Spinach contains calcium , iron , potassium , vitamin A and vitamin C . 

  • Tofu – Tofu is an important food  to promote healthy and strong bones as it contain good amount of calcium . Half cup of tofu contains more than 800 milligrams of calcium. You must add tofu to your regular diet to enjoy strong bones. 

Best way to get rid of Tooth senstivity

                 TOOTH SENSITIVITY

Number of people is affected by the tooth sensitivity. Thinning enamel and dentine exposure causes the pain of sensitive teeth. It becomes very difficult for a person who suffers from sensitivity to eat something hot and cold.
Actually tooth sensitivity is caused when the softer part of our tooth called “Dentine” is exposed. Dentine lies under the tooth enamel.
The dentin contains a large numbers of pores or tubes that run from the outside of the tooth to the nerve in the center. It is filled with fluid. When we eat something hot or cold, it causes change in the movement of fluid and this movement causes the nerve endings to react and causes a pain.

                            CAUSES OF SENSITIVITY
  • Sometimes tooth sensitivity comes due to brushing with too much force or improper brushing or with too hard-bristled toothbrush.

  • Acidic foods and beverages such as soda, tomato sauce, lemon, grapefruit and pickles can cause dentin exposure.

  • Grinding your teeth can also expose the dentin and cause sensitivity.

  • A chipped or cracked tooth can also expose the dentin and cause pain.

  • Chemicals found in teeth whitening toothpastes and mouthwashes.

  • An excessive build-up of plaque on our teeth can expose the dentin and cause sensitivity.

  • Due to some kind of gum disease.

Take a bowl and mix 1sp mustard oil and 1sp rock salt. Now apply it on teeth and massage gently. Leave it for few minutes and then rinse off.

 Take a glass of lukewarm water and add 2sp of salt in it. Mix well and gargle with this 2-3 times twice a day.

Massage your teeth with a clove oil and leave it for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse your mouth with water.

Mix 1sp cinnamon oil and a pinch of salt in a small bowl. Apply it on your teeth with a finger and massage it. Leave it for 5 minutes and then gargle with lukewarm water.

Brush your teeth with desensitized toothpaste.

Take 4-5 leaves of guava and put it in a glass of water. Now boil the water. When it becomes warm then add 1sp salt in it and gargle with it 2-3 times.


  • Always use a soft bristle tooth brush.
  • Brush correctly to prevent recession of the gums.
  • Choose toothpaste specially formulated to reduce sensitivity.
  • Floss daily after eating.
  • Brush twice a day.
  • Avoid acidic foods.