Perfect Storm Of Financial Collapse And WWIII-Michael Snyder

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By Greg Hunter On February 24, 2016 In Political Analysis : USAWatchdog.com

Journalist and book author Michael Snyder says the collapse is not an event, but a “process.” Snyder explains, “I believe it is already in the process of coming apart. . . . One fifth of global stock market value is already gone.  That means we only have four fifths left.  At one point this month, $16.5 trillion had been wiped out from global stock markets since mid-2015.  So, this started last year.

We saw oil collapse.  We’ve seen junk bonds collapse.  We’ve seen commodity prices collapse.  The $16.5 trillion I just mentioned is just for stocks, and when you add up the other losses, that’s trillions of dollars more wealth that has been wiped out all over the world.  What we have seen already has been extraordinary, but we are still in the process.  People want to think of it as an event or a single day or a month, but this is a process.”

Snyder also contends, “The Baltic Dry Index dropped below 300 for the first time ever. We did not even see that during the 2008 Great Recession and financial crisis.  I didn’t know the Baltic Dry Index could go that low.  We are seeing exports decline dramatically in South Korea.  New numbers for Japan came out . . . their exports were down 12% year over year.  Exports in China have been falling month, after month, after month.  U.S. exports were down 7% for the last monthly figure we had.  India’s exports are down.  This is happening all over the world. Real economic activity is grinding to a halt.”

Snyder says the problems with some global banks are far worse than in 2008. Snyder says, “The collapse of Deutsche Bank would be a far bigger event than the collapse of Lehman Brothers was back in 2008.  If you are looking for another Lehman Brothers moment with their derivatives exposure . . . and now the biggest bank, in the biggest and most important economy in Europe, is in the process of coming apart.”

On war, Snyder says keep your eyes on the Middle East and Syria. Snyder explains, “Saudi Arabia and Turkey have to give up and cut their losses or they have to go in and do the job themselves.  The Sunni militants, including ISIS, are not getting the job done.  Turkey and Saudi Arabia are seriously considering a ground invasion of Syria.  Are the Russians and Hezbollah and Iran going to stand aside and let them do it?  I say almost certainly not and, in fact, could very easily erupt into WWIII.”

Either way, Snyder thinks we get “global financial collapse” and “World War III” but does not know which one comes first. Snyder says, “We already have the global economy grinding to a halt, but if we get WWIII, that just accelerates things greatly.  It’s the chicken or the egg, whichever comes first, but without a doubt, we are moving into a time described as a perfect storm.”

On precious metals, Snyder says, “I think silver will absolutely skyrocket in the years ahead. We like gold, but absolutely love silver.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Michael Snyder, creator of TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com.

The Wonders Of Avocado Pear For The Health

AvocadoSliced Avocado pear: Original article published in AWESOME tips.

You’ve probably seen avocados being touted as a heart-healthy super-food in recent years. Realistically, the truth isn’t too far off from the hype. The next time youre grabbing that burrito or turkey sandwich, you might want to consider adding a healthy dollop of guacamole. Here are four reasons that you should consider eating a little bit of avocado each day.

1. You may reduce your risk of heart disease.

Heart disease is the number 1 killer in the United States, affecting nearly 27 million adults, so it only makes sense that we would want to protect ourselves by being more health-conscious in our dietary choices. Avocados have been shown to positively benefit our cardiovascular system in a number of ways due to its low saturated fat and high unsaturated fat content (predominantly the monounsaturated fat (MUFA) variety). Consuming excess saturated fat (>10% of total calories) may raise your LDL and HDL cholesterol and triglycerides. On the contrary, consuming adequate unsaturated fat in your diet may help lower LDL-cholesterol (bad cholesterol), maintain HDL-cholesterol (good cholesterol) and potentially improve your insulin sensitivity.

In addition its nutritious fat content, avocados also contain a potent mix of nutrients (e.g., potassium and lutein), including plenty of antioxidants such as carotenoids, callexanthophylls and phenols. These compounds can help prevent inflammation and oxidative stress in the blood vessels while facilitating improved blood flow.

2. You may have an easier time maintaining your weight

Eating fat to lose fat; who would have thought? Avocados can help with weight-loss and maintaining a healthy BMI by promoting a feeling of satiety. A recent study showed that including avocado in meals helped extend feelings of fullness and reduced the desire to overindulge. The belly-filling properties of avocados is aided by their high fiber content, about 14g per fruit on average. In addition, higher avocado consumption has been associated with smaller waistlines and lower BMIs in observational studies. Lastly, some research has even shown that weight-loss diets higher in MUFA, like the kind avocados are packed with, may prove healthier for your heart than low-fat weight-loss diets.

3. You might reduce your risk of cancer

Avocados provide us with numerous phytochemicals that may help prevent cancer, including the previously discussed xanthophylls and phenols. A protein compound called glutathione, along with the xanthophyll lutein (both found in avocados), have been associated with decreased rates of oral cancer. Preliminary data also show promising results for avocados potential role in reducing risk of both breast and prostate cancers. Additionally, preliminary studies demonstrate that a specific type of fav derived from avocados is able to exert anti-cancer effects on acute myeloid leukemia cells. Together, these studies show that further research needs to be conducted to draw more conclusive results.

4. You will protect your skin and eyes well into old age

As it turns out, avocado carotenoids do quite a number of things for our body. Both lutein and another compound found in avocados called zeaxanthin can slow age-related ocular decline and prevent vision dysfunction. In addition, these same two nutrients also act as buffers against oxidative UV damage, keeping our skin smooth and healthy. The bio-availability (ease of absorption by our body) of carotenoids from avocados compared to many other fruits and vegetables makes eating avocados every day a sensible choice.

http://awesometips.pw/articles/this-is-what-will-happen-when-you-eat-avocados-every-day?

Heath Issues: 2 Million People Can’t Fight This Infection

Capsule23,000 People Die Each Year Because They Don’t Read Labels (Original article published by ‘UNITEDVOICE’

Does your family doctor prescribe an antibiotic when you or a family member get an infection? Doctors routinely use antibiotics as a first line of defense in fighting infections. The drugs work almost immediately to kill off the bacteria that’s causing the infection. Millions upon millions of lives are saved each year with these miracle drugs. Without them, you could easily die from what started out as a small infection in or on your body.

So, what’s the big concern? What if the antibiotics didn’t do their job in your body? What if you were one of the 2,000,000 people each year who can’t depend on antibiotics to do its job in killing infections? What if your were one of the 23,000 each year who die as a result of having developed a resistance to the miracle antibiotic drugs.

Why didn’t the antibiotics do its job?

ACCORDING TO A THREE YEAR STUDY BYCONSUMER REPORTS, AMERICANS ARE EATING FOODS THAT THAT ARE MAKING THEM RESISTANT TO CRITICAL ANTIBIOTIC DRUGS.

Low levels of antibiotics are routinely fed to healthy animals on a daily basis to promote growth and to kill bacteria that can result from conditions under which animals are raised. Over time, some bacteria survive and mutates within the animals to become a bacteria (superbug) that is resistant to antibiotics. When we eat these foods, we can ingest superbugs that are resistant to antibiotics, thus making us resistant to needed antibiotics when we get an infection.

What’s the solution? The Food and Drug (FDA) needs to promote stronger guidelines for raising food animals and farmers need to use better hygiene practices and growth management in raising animals for human consumption. The main problem foods are chicken, shrimp, ground beef, and turkey.

What can consumers do? We can buy foods labeled as Organic, Raised without Antibiotics, Certified Humane Animal Welfare, or American Grass Fed Certified. Finally, we can make sure we are handling uncooked foods properly and cooking it thoroughly.

http://www.unitedvoice.com/2-million-people-cant-fight-this-infection/