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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Baby milk powder has TOO much aluminium in it - proving breast really is best.

There is too much (indeed - unsafe, so says Professor Exley of Keele  Uni research dept) aluminium in baby milk formula. Breast milk is SO much better and safer on all levels.

Professor Exley has been researching the effects of aluminium on the human body, for the last 30 or so years. He has shown beyond reasonable doubt, the link between aluminium and Alzeimer's disease. Babies are at their most vulnerable - he says he was shocked at the amount of aluminium in the baby milk - it is totally unecessary! So best to not even think of using formula milk.

Pleae click on the link - you can see the levels of aluminium in all the different brands.

Click here

Proof of link between breast cancer and deodrants containing aluminium


Professor Chris Exley has spent the last years studying the effects of aluminium on the human body. He has already establised the link between Aluminium and Alzeimer's disease (see the post before this). He has now conclusively shown that aluminium deodrants do cause breast cancer. This is simply because the aluminium salts stop the sweat excreting aluminium - sweating is extremely important and shouldn't be stopped. Sweating is a natural bodily function - there is a reason why we sweat! One is to remove toxins. Can you imagine every day - stopping the toxins escaping - the toxins build up near the breast tissue, which then turn cancerous.

Luckly there are deodrants which don't have aluminium - they tend to be organic but I have found a reasonable one by a Japanese company which actually works really well at stopping odours. It is called Bionsen.

Here is a link to the professor's article.

https://www.hippocraticpost.com/cancer/antiperspirants-increase-risk-breast-cancer/?utm_source=The+Hippocratic+Post+Newsletter&utm_campaign=ce71a3a527-HP-RSS-Email-Campaign&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f3cabf5716-ce71a3a527-192577205

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Aluminium link to Alzeimers is proved by Professor Exley

The link between Aluminium and Alzeimers is now beyond a doubt - Professor Christopher Exley has spent the last 30 years researching this subject at Keele University. He had access to brains, where he saw large levels of Aluminium in people who died of Alzeimers. Google Christsopher Exley on utube and many of his lectures and talks prove this.

But the good news is that we can flush out the aluminium from our bodies, by simply drinking a litre of silica-rich water, per day. He says for best results, try and drink this water within one hour.

There are 3 main brands - Volvic water is the cheapest - and according to Professor Exley - it has enough silica to flush out the toxins.

Fiji is the other brand - pricey but this one has the most silica of any water.

The other brand is quite new and can only be bought from silicawaters.com
As pricey as Fiji but discounts for large orders.

Other measures - if you can avoid cooking foil - avoid it. You can get deodrants which don't contain aluminium.

Professor Exley is very good at answering emails if you want to ask him questions - it is -
     c.exley@keele.ac.uk

Sunday, 28 May 2017

Recollection Bethany Chapel - Wednesday 12th July 2017

Mrs Pamela Talbot will be hosting another recollection at her chapel on Wednesday 12th July - usual format, 11.30 until 3.30 approximately. This is to honour the Feast of the Precious Blood. Father Gerard Hutton will be the priest.

Please bring an item for the shared lunch.

Diamond Farmhouse
Easons Green
East Sussex
TN22 4BA

All enquiries to  pam.talbot@btinternet.com

Tel - 01825 840305




Sunday, 21 May 2017

Very good documentary on cancer, and why chemotherapy is controversial

This is the first episode of many. A very interesting documentary on cancer and why chemotherapy can be dangerous. Unfortunately the big pharmaceutical companies are bed-partners with the health providers. This episode shows how natural methods are curing cancer with incredible success.

https://youtu.be/KqJAzQe7_0g

Friday, 12 May 2017

The beauty that is the bread machine!

The Our Father has the following - "Give us this day our daily bread..........." Clearly bread is one of the most important foods we eat.

Amidst all the ghastliness which is shattering the Catholic Church - which frankly depresses me to the pits of my stomach. And I am NOT going to write about that now - you will sigh with relief! To lift me out of this depression I have started making bread. It started with soda bread, which takes 40 minutes from start to finish. You can vary it by adding all manner of seeds, herbs, spices - apple puree - you name it - it is incredibly versatile and good for you. I buy organic flours etc, which are not that expensive.

One of the best items I have purchased recently was a Lakeland compact bread maker. It is very small and fits neatly on the worktop. It only makes a small loaf at a time, but as there are no additives, the bread doesn't keep unlike commercial bread, so a small loaf is just right if you make one every other day or so. My breadmaker can be set to come on in the early hours, so we have hot bread ready for breakfast. It is the best 60 pounds I have spent.

You can vary the recipes too - let your imagination run riot - never was bread so exciting!

You can make pizza dough and bread rolls - there is also a cake programme. There is a super fast programme - which I think is as good as the 3.5 hour one.

Here is a spelt loaf with caraway seeds - it was made on the super fast programme.

Oh dear - I can't resist the old cliche´ - the bread machine is the best thing since sliced bread! Sorry.


French loaf with poppy seeds - using french bread flour





Monday, 10 April 2017

Day of Recollection - centenary of Our Lady of Fatima - 17th May 2017

Mrs Pam Talbot is holding a day of recollection at her chapel - "Bethany" - on Wednesday 17th May at 11.30 til 3.30. It will commence with Holy Mass, followed by confessions, a talk, shared lunch, rosary and Benediction. In addition there will be a procession of the Blessed Sacrament followed by the statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

The March recollection was very well attended - 25 people.

Fr Gerard Hutton from Eastbourne will be the priest.

The address is - Diamond farmhouse, Easons Green, East Sussex, TN22 4BA.


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