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SARDINE EATERS, BE WARNED!

SARDINE EATERS, BE WARNED!

Posted by: Health Desk - Abuja, Nigeria
Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 6:09 am

Some six years after the disastrous nuclear accident in Fukushima Japan, the worst nightmare scenarios about the consequences of the nuclear spill are beginning to manifest in some parts of the world. For the mere reason that the bulk of the nuclear waste was leaked into the waters of the Pacific Ocean, it has long been suspected that the global risks from the nuclear accident will begin to emerge in fishery and seafood products harvested from the Pacific Ocean. Even though Japan continued to deny the possibilities of local or global risks from the accident, reports are beginning to come out around the world about problems that are being linked to the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

In Alaska, the Division of Environmental Health, the United States Department of Health & Social Services and the Division of Public Health of other states, federal agencies of the Pacific states and Canada, have issued warnings, and have been calming the concerns of seafood consumers. In their reports, they have claimed that even though the risks of nuclear contamination from consuming fish and seafood from the pacific ocean are low, the dangers are not too severe if people ate fish and seafood that are exposed to toxins from Japan’s nuclear leak. These assurances have been particularly encouraging for the seafood industries, but mysterious photographs of contaminated seafood and suspicious tumors found in fish, like sardines and other species, are beginning to send new alarm signals around the world.




Fishermen have reported that bloody cancerous tumors have been seen growing in several varieties of fish. And recently, the most disturbing observations have been the growth of tumors that look like fish eggs in sardines. But these funny looking tumors are not fish eggs, and in fact, should not be eaten as these are suspected to be cancerous tumors resulting from the exposure of these fish species to nuclear waste contamination.

Now, sardines are the seafood of choice for the poorest people in Africa, Asia, Mexico, North, South and Central America. Since this product are usually canned and shipped worldwide, people are afraid that they might never be able to know if the cans of sardine they buy in the market, are free from nuclear contamination or not. As it seems like products of the worst and fraudulent qualities are usually shipped to poor countries around the world, people in Africa should be exceptionally weary that the greed of their shrewd businessmen and importers, are not flooding their markets with nuclear contaminated sardines and rice products.


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Titus -- 'Monday, November 20th, 2017 - 6:53 am '

Thanks for the information real roots magazine. That means all the poor people, bachelors and students in Nigeria will be missing a very important part of their diet
Titus


Laura Lopez -- 'Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 6:54 am '

There is massive contamination of food products from the Fukushima nuclear accident. Not only fish are contaminated, but vegetables, fruits, and rice grown in the area. Japaneese people refuse to eat food from the region, but most of the food are shipped overseas to people who are looking for cheap deals.
Laura Lopez


 

Meet Dr. Kang Of The Medicine Family Of Mount Cameroon

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Houston, Texas
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 - 3:25 am

The annual competition to race up Mount Cameroon (also known as Mount Fako), is internationally acclaimed and it attracts competitors from all over the world to the town of Buea, which sits at the foot of the 13,255 feet tall mountain in Southwest Cameroon. In 1986 and 1987, the competition yielded a record-breaking Cameroonian champion mountain racer known as Timothy Lekunze. The legend of Lekunze was a mysterious story, because his competitors claimed that they only saw the champion when the race began down in the town of Buea. Once up the mountain, no one saw Lekunze again, but he would make his way up to the peak of the mountain, satisfying all of the competition’s safeguards, and making it down again to claim the championship hours ahead of his closest rivals. I composed a song for Lekunze, Reginald Esuka, and Tata Thomas, Lekunze’s closest rivals and subsequent champions in future years.

Last week, my path crossed with a young Cameroonian named Dr. Sharkakang Zoolo Kang at a traditional African event at the SHAPE Center in Houston. Instinctively, I told my legendary Cameroonian story of the Mount Cameroon racers and the song I wrote for them. The reaction I got from Dr. Sharkakang Zoolo Kang revealed to me the mysteries that had for long shrouded my reflections about the great mountain racers. .

“My grandfather is the medicine man for Lekunze”, Dr. Kang said to me. “My grandfather’s medicine gave Lekunze the ancient spiritual edge to transform himself through a totem as he raced up the mountain, and none of the other mountain racers ever had a chance of getting close to him”. That confirmed what I had always heard as unbelievable rumors from my Cameroonian friends. Dr. Kang went further to explain to me how he had gained for himself, from that knowledge of his grandfather, and how he now uses the knowledge to heal people. .

Dr. Kang was born in 1982, in Buea, the capital of the Southwest Province in Cameroon. He was just four years old when Timothy Lekunze was setting his records in the Mount Cameroon race. Dr. Kang learned about herbs and spirituality at the foot of his grandfather, Big Papa Sume. At the time, Big Papa Sume, and Big Papa Simone were the last of the very few medicine men in Africa who could fly and levitate, according to Dr. Kang. Under Big Papa Sume, Dr. Kang grew up to cherish the special powers he inherited from his family which made him one with all nature, able to influence the weather, and communicate with plants, animals and spirits. .

When Dr. Kang came to the United States, he was already a self-educated young man who was diagnosed with asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. After unsuccessful treatments with conventional doctors, he was close to dying. Being away from home had caused him to forget what he had learned as a child from his grandfather. But after western medicine gave up with him, he was forced to embark on a 30-day fasting and spiritual journey. This was when he reconnected with the spirits of his ancestors, and his grandfathers began to remind him about who he was, and how to go back to nature and heal himself.

Dr. Kang said that he became a vegan and stopped eating certain foods that produced mucus, because those were the things that were causing his diseases. It was after this that he became healed from all his ailments. He then began creating natural vegetation super cell food compounds geared for inter cellular cleansing and the revitalization of the cells that make up the human body. According to Dr. Kang, he would receive the recipes for his medicines in his dreams, and he will wake up to write them down. .

Over the years, Dr. Kang has produced a lot of medicinal remedies from his grandfather’s secret recipes, which are passed to him in his dreams. His catalogue of Natural Herbal Blends include remedies for aches and pains, addictions, allergies, asthma, blood circulation, body cleansers, bone health, brain health, cancer, diabetes and a whole lot of health management issues. Professional athletes retain him for nutrition based therapies and healing, and he is on call for service at various natural health institutions around the world.

Dr. Kang has opened a center in Houston Texas, and he is using his knowledge and therapies for the benefit of the poor and the rich. In other words, if you are in need of treatment but feel you cannot afford it, you can rely on the wise counsel of Dr. Kang to help you make simple changes to your lifestyle for your good heath. You can reach Dr. Kang through the Grandpa’s Limitless Remedies Center by e-mail, at Limitlesspowergroupinc@gmail.com.


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