Primal Diet Newsletter #16 (October 1, 2009)

I struggled for four decades to recover from multiple "incurable" diseases and death-cap mushroom poisoning. My work and Primal Diet focus on helping bodies detoxify from pollutants that cause disease, whether from medicine, cooking or other industrial toxins, and helping bodies heal themselves. Stored pollutants in our bodies can raise their toxic heads at any time in our lives and cause serious problems from infancy to elderly, including cancer. Also, I work to avoid and prevent pollutants from entering the body. My bi-monthly newsletters focus on issues that show the problem and solutions/remedies. All issues require subscription for reading at www.WeWant2Live.com. Thank you for your interest in and appreciation for my work. I continue to wish all of you wonderfully healthy futures!

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Please forgive my newsletter tardiness
In the next issue in about 3 weeks, I will explain how I was abducted and injected with 3 chemicals, how it damaged by concentration and damaged my body, with photos.


Answer to subscriber's question by aajonus vonderplanitz, phd nutrition Hello Aajonus, If something were to disrupt our everyday living, what would you recommend for a 6 week survival kit? [There are] many many [suggestions] on the internet but don’t think I want to buy them without your recommendation. Much appreciated. -- Rose Simons Aajonus: My…


by aajonus vonderplanitz, phd nutrition The WHO’s (World Health Organization – an agency of the United Nations) swine flu epidemic prediction began several months ago. I sent an email showing that the first predicted epidemic of swine flu in 1976 was a hoax, that the swine flu vaccine proved to be harmful and lethal, that…


by aajonus vonderplanitz, phd nutrition Health experts have long warned of the risks of obesity. However, a new study warns that being skinny is more dangerous and that chubby people live longer. People who are a little overweight at age 40 live six to seven years longer than very thin people, whose average life expectancy…

Until my next issue, I wish you happiness along with radiant health.

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