Pedophiles at the Highest Level; How to Build Balance and Strength; The Truth Behind Preserved and Processed Food, Law of One

What is being done to protect Aussie children from pedophiles.  Time to stop talking about the flu and recognize real issues for the vulnerable of our  communities around  the world


Not Being Able to Stand in This Position Increases Mortality Risk by 84%

Here’s how to build balance and strength
BY HEALTH 1+1  JULY 26, 2022

Recent studies have discovered that middle-aged and elderly people who cannot stand on one leg for more than 10 seconds have almost double the risk of death in the next decade. Why is the ability to stand on one leg” related to mortality? There are two key reasons, and improving these issues can help reduce the risk of death.

The British Journal of Sports Medicine published a new study assessing the association between the ability to complete a 10-second one-legged stance and all-cause mortality in middle-aged and older adults.

Between 2008 and 2020, a total of 1,702 (68 percent male) volunteers aged 51 to 75 years participated in the study. A total of 20.4 percent were unable to complete the 10-second one-legged stance, and the older the volunteers, the higher the probability of failing the test.

During a follow-up (median of 7 years), 7.2 percent of the volunteers passed away, with cancer and cardiovascular diseases as the main causes of death, as well as respiratory diseases and COVID-19 complications. Among them, 4.6 percent were able to stand on one leg for more than 10 seconds, and 17.5 percent were unable to stand for more than 10 seconds.

Compared with those who passed the test, those who could not stand on one leg for more than 10 seconds had significant differences in age, waist-to-height ratio, and BMI. Moreover, their health status was also relatively poor, mostly suffering from hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and obesity.

After taking age, gender, and underlying conditions into account, the study pointed out that people who were unable to stand on one leg for 10 seconds had an 84 percent increased risk of death from any cause in the next decade, which is equivalent to almost double the risk of people who passed the test.

The length of time a person can stand on one leg is related to his or her sense of balance and muscle strength.

Sense of Balance

Dr. Scott Wang, director of Star Rehabilitation Clinic in Neihu District, Taiwan, pointed out that sense of balance is very important, and elderly people with poor balance are prone to falls.  He said, “Some of my patients in their 60s and 70s will tell me things like they fell again last week, or fell three times in the last month.”

Falls are a major threat to seniors.

This is because the harm caused by falls can be minor or major, ranging from scratches and bruises to serious fractures and even loss of life.

“When I was working in a hospital, a patient fell out of bed, causing a brain hemorrhage, and he passed away,” Dr. Wang said.

Sense of balance deteriorates as one ages, and the maintenance of sense of balance involves vision, the semicircular canals (the organs responsible for the sense of balance) in the ear, and proprioception. Vision deteriorates with age, affecting the elderly’s ability to walk; the semicircular canals are also affected by aging, as well as vertigo; and proprioception does not only deteriorate due to aging, but is also related to diabetes.

Most people can close their eyes and still put the index fingers of both of hands together, which is a function of proprioception. Proprioception allows a person to detect the position of a limb in space without being able to see it.

Diabetic patients with poor blood sugar control can suffer damage to their proprioceptive nerves, resulting in insensitivity of the peripheral limbs and a poor sense of balance. Dr. Wang said that one of his patients doesn’t have feeling in his feet, so when he walks, he feels as if walking on a marshmallow. “This kind of feeling is very scary, and the general population can’t really imagine it,” he said.

In addition, a deteriorated sense of balance may also be a sign of an asymptomatic stroke (silent stroke).

Dr. Chih Hao Lin, neurologist and director of the Brain Stroke Center at Lin Shin Hospital in Taiwan, said that most asymptomatic strokes are small strokes, in which small blood vessels or capillaries under the cerebral cortex become embolized. Since the symptoms are very mild, they may not be detected without special attention or examination. However, these asymptomatic strokes may lead to major strokes.

Patients with asymptomatic strokes may experience a slight loss of balance, unstable gait, weakness in walking, and changes in their field of vision, including not being able to see with one of their eyes. The danger is that the symptoms are so light the patients do not detect them.

Muscle Strength

Muscle strength is also an important factor that affects the sense of balance. “Even if a person has good vision, balance and proprioception, if his muscles are severely atrophied, he is still prone to falls,” Dr. Wang said.

At the same time, muscle strength alone can predict a person’s longevity.

In addition to standing on one leg, a meta-analysis published in the British Medical Journal in 2010 found that people with poor grip strength, a slow walking speed, and slow chair rises also have relatively high future all-cause mortality:

  • Those with the weakest grip strength had 1.67 times the mortality rate of those with the strongest grip.
  • Those who walked the slowest had 2.87 times the mortality rate of the fastest group.
  • The people who took the most time to rise from a chair had 1.96 times the mortality rate of the fastest people.

These abilities are also related to muscle strength. The most effective way to improve muscle strength is weight training, and Dr. Wang emphasized that “weight training can cure various diseases.” Excellent muscle strength brings many health benefits.

As muscle mass increases, it can prevent sarcopenia, increase bone density, reduce the risk of fractures, maintain joint flexibility to reduce arthritis symptoms, lose weight, and increase physical flexibility and balance.

People with a thick waist circumference have a lot of visceral fat accumulation, and their body is in a state of chronic inflammation, with metabolic problems. They are prone to fatty liver, and having high blood pressure, high blood lipid, and high blood sugar levels, and their future risks of cancer and diabetes are also relatively high. Compared to aerobic exercise, weight training has the best effect on reducing and controlling waist circumference.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health published a comprehensive review last year, showing that 60 to 150 minutes of muscle-strengthening activities per week can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by 20 percent to 25 percent, the risk of type 2 diabetes by 30 percent, cancer mortality by 15 percent to 20 percent, and all-cause mortality by about 20 percent to 25 percent.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, a study from Switzerland found that people with greater grip strength had lower hospitalization rates for COVID-19.

Dr. Wang added that weight training is good for blood sugar and blood pressure control. Some people may worry that when doing weight training, people’s faces tend to turn red, so won’t weight training increase blood pressure instead? He explained that the blood pressure will rise during exercise, but it will decrease after exercise. People who do weight training regularly have well-controlled blood pressure when they are not exercising.

Training Can Improve Muscle Strength and Balance

In addition to the sense of balance and muscle strength, whether or not someone can stand on one foot for more than 10 seconds also reflects a person’s exercise habits. People who habitually exercise are more physically fit and can stand on one leg for a longer period of time.

If you want to train your sense of balance and improve your muscle strength, first of all, it is necessary to cultivate exercise habits, and add the following training to your weekly routine:

Deadlifts and Deep Squats

Excellent weight training needs to take into account both upper and lower body muscles, but muscle training of the lower body brings the greatest benefits, because the muscles below the waist account for two-thirds of the total body muscle mass.

Deadlifts and deep squats mainly exercise the lower body. They also work the muscles of the entire body, making them highly efficient exercises for gaining muscle.

Sense of Balance Training

This training method is very simple: on the floor, draw (or paste) a line, and walk heel-to-toe along the line back and forth.

Dr. Wang pointed out that to enhance one’s sense of balance, improving muscle strength is indispensable, and some balance training should also be added to form a complete approach.

Regardless of whether it is weight training or balance training, seniors are advised to have a coach to assist them in doing these exercises to avoid falls and movement errors that can cause sports injuries.

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CDC admits concealing data; Another Questionable Vatican Financial Transaction; Wars are started by Media Lies

NY Times: CDC admits to concealing adverse vaccine data
This is from the NY Times. The truth is the data didn’t support their narrative so they hid it. Do you think they would hide the data if it showed the vaccines worked? Of course not!

NY Times: CDC admits to concealing adverse vaccine data

 

The Vatican is caught in yet another financial row. AUSTRAC has revealed that $1.8 billion were transferred from the Vatican to Australia in the last 7 years. What for?


Julian Paul Assange   is an Australian editor, publisher and activist who founded WikiLeaks in 2006. WikiLeaks came to international attention in 2010 when it published a series of leaks to provided by U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. 

NEARLY EVERY WAR THAT HAS STARTED IN PAST 50 YEARS HAS BEEN A RESULT OF MEDIA LIES.

“Well that means basically populations don’t like wars, And populations have to be FOOLED into wars, Populations don’t willingly and with open eyes go into a war. So if we have a good media environment then you will also have a peaceful environment. Our number one enemy is ignorance…” (Nescience).

Remember Operation Mockingbird implemented by the CIA in the 1970’s.  The video above depicts what MSM has been doing to the masses for a long time. This is MSM spin on Ukraine and Biden Family.


We Are The Plan

Time for U.S. To Take a Stand; Message to the Australian Government; Fraudulent COVID-19 Test and Common Law

We are living in a time where people of all walks of life must join together to stop the tyranny that is happening around the world. If you still believe the the government is here to help you with their draconian restrictions, then you are not living in reality and you have completely discarded your  critical thinking skills.  It is time to wake up from your deep sleep and realize what is happening by seeking the truth. Become part of the freedom movement and resist against the tyranny. United We Stand,  Divided We Fall.    

A step by step guide to handling your child’s school mask mandate policy.

Qantas pilot sends a powerful message to the Australian government.


The report below is just the tip of the iceberg of the widespread fraud occurring globally in relation to “all things Covid.” The tests are crap, the experimental shot is a dangerous even deadly fraud, and the draconian restrictions to curtail the virus did far, far more damage than the virus ever would. This entire drama beginning in 2020 has been the most colossal failure of mankind , government in particular, in human history. The government has committed crimes against humanity.

Center for COVID Control Faked COVID-19 Test Results: Lawsuit

By Zachary Stieber
February 1, 2022 Updated: February 1, 2022

A COVID-19 testing company faked test results and didn’t have licenses to operate testing sites, according to a new lawsuit.

The Center for COVID Control claimed to provide COVID-19 tests throughout Washington state for free and promised to provide results within 48 hours. But in reality, the company gathered patient insurance information and provided “invalid COVID-19 test results or no results at all,” according to the 14-page suit, filed in King County Superior Court by Washington state Attorney General Robert Ferguson.

Former employees told prosecutors that the company, which lacked licenses to operate in much of the state, was not able to process all of the tests it received and owners are accused of refusing to hire more workers.

Instead, the company allegedly stored tests in garbage bags for over a week rather than refrigerating them and backdated collection dates so the samples could still be processed.

“As trash bags of tests piled up and my team was instructed to lie to patients on a daily basis, I had had enough. I first requested a demotion from my shift lead position, and, shortly after that, I quit,” one ex-worker, who was based in Illinois, told prosecutors.

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Trash bags containing COVID-19 tests in a Center for COVID Control laboratory in an undated image. (Washington State Attorney General’s Office)

“Center for COVID Control contributed to the spread of COVID-19 when it provided false negative results,” Ferguson said in a statement. “These sham testing centers threatened the health and safety of our communities. They must be held accountable.”

The company hasn’t responded to requests for comment.

In January, the Center for COVID Control’s founder and CEO, Aleya Siyaj, announced that the company would suspend operations between Jan. 14 and Jan. 22 due to “unusually high patient demand” that had caused staffing shortfalls.

In an update on Jan. 20, the company said it was extending its pause on operations.

“As previously announced, CCC is using this operational pause to train additional staff on sample collection and handling, customer service and communications best practices, as well as compliance with regulatory guidelines. CCC will provide an update on reopening plans when appropriate,” the company said in a statement.

The Washington state suit asks the court to penalize the company in the form of civil penalties and block it from administering or processing COVID-19 tests in Washington.

The Center for COVID Control has about 300 test sites across the nation and 13 in the state.

The company’s Illinois headquarters was raided by federal agents in January several days after Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison sued it for alleged  false advertising.

That complaint, filed in Minnesota district court, said numerous Minnesota residents “have not received any test results from Defendants after submitting samples, let alone within the timeframes promised by Defendants.”

Jack Phillips contributed to this report.

Zachary Stieber

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