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Fibroids Miracle Review – Warning! This is a Fraud!


This woman is using my name and reputation to sell her book. She is using my name illegally to trick women into buying this TRASH!!!!

Don’t fall for her tricks. Warn all the women you know. Tell them that the author of Fibroids Miracle (Amanda Leto) is illegally using my name “Dr. Akilah El” to sell her books. If you see my name in a search, click on the link and see this woman trying to sell you her worthless book………..CLOSE THE BROWSER WINDOW IMMEDIATELY.

She is a fraud and evil con artist. I have nothing to do with this book. I did not co-write this book and I don’t recommend it. I will upload a video showing you her evil deeds.

Breast Cancer Fraud is Rampant

by – Casey Hendrickson

For years now I’ve made it a point to expose ‘Pink Ribbon’ fraud.  Oftentimes, I’m hit with scorn from hypersensitive women who don’t appreciate I’m trying to help prevent such fraud.

Towards the end of this entry … read an older post I did about breast cancer fraud, and then read about the latest $9 million breast cancer fraud uncovered.

Unfortunately, a $9 million fraud was just uncovered.  These ‘Pink Ribbon’ companies maliciously prey upon the sensitivities of women.


A bogus breast cancer charity fraudulently raised more than $9 million over five years as its directors used the funds as a “personal piggy bank” for benefits packages, exorbitant salaries and loans to purchase upscale Long Island homes, as well as personal goods like cellphones, television and Internet services, authorities said.

This is an older post I did a while back …

Regular listeners know of my long standing frustration over companies using breast cancer as a means to make money while the majority of pink merchandise does not benefit cancer research at all. Something that has been confirmed many times, and is a stated frustration from legitimate cancer groups. Nonetheless, there has been an active effort to make every month breast cancer awareness month, and they’ve been successful.

Case in point, my wife and I were at Lowes yesterday, and we were inundated with breast cancer awareness merchandise … In May. Breast cancer awareness month is October. Now ask yourself, does it always appear to be breast cancer awareness month? Of course it does.

There is a couple of major problems with this type of perpetual marketing.

It takes away from the official campaign of awareness in October.

It’s mostly marketing pink products as falsely benefitting cancer research.

And it takes attention away from other, more serious cancers like prostate cancer. If it’s always breast cancer awareness month, how can more deadly cancers gain a foothold for awareness?

Many have asked me why this is happening since breast cancer is fairly mild compared to other cancers (yes it’s still very serious). The answer is remarkably simple. Breasts are one of the most easily marketed things in our country, and women are the most persuadable buyers. Ad the two together and you have an unstoppable recipe for moving merchandise.

Obviously breast cancer is a very important issue, but blindly supporting false advertising year around is no way to benefit its victims. So what can you do?

Don’t buy pink merchandise just for the hell of it. If you do, understand that it is for your own benefit only. Most revenue from pink merchandise does not go to cancer research or treatment. Often, none of it does. Don’t assume you’re helping research when you buy pink products, unless it’s from a reputable cancer group. Do your research before donating.

Donate to cancer research centers directly. This is the only way to know for sure your money goes for its intended purpose.

Don’t ignore other cancers. Sometimes people focus so much on one cancer to raise awareness that they forget there are far more deadly cancers out there. Make sure you get screened for these other cancers regularly.

Here’s some links covering the issue of pink products not benefiting breast cancer.






3 Essential Things to Look for on the Ingredient List

Make grocery shopping a breeze by running all packaged foods through this quick check list.

1. Short lists

When you find a packaged food in the supermarket with a long list of ingredients on the label, just set it back on the shelf and look for a simpler version of the food. (We’re talking here about the “Ingredients” part of the label.) The alarming truth is, many of those ingredients are various kinds of sugars and chemical additives, and they’re not put there for you — they’re there to benefit the company that processes the food. They “enhance” the looks, taste, or shelf life — which is all about marketing and shipping and not at all about your health. Most additives aren’t known to be harmful (although the health effects of some are still open to question), but they aren’t about nutrition or taste as nature intended taste to be. In fact, one of their main purposes is to make up for a lack of those things. So check the list of ingredients every time. Marion Nestle, a professor of nutrition at New York University, says that almost always, the shorter the better.

2. Water

Water is the magic ingredient in prepared foods, and if it’s first on the list of ingredients, that’s a clue that there’s a long list of additives to follow to give that water some taste and texture. You might not be surprised to see water at the top of the list of ingredients in soups. After all, soup does take a lot of water. It’s more surprising to find it so prominent in SpaghettiOs. Many, many salad dressings contain more water than anything else, and since oil and water don’t mix, it takes a bunch of additives to hold everything together. Water is cheap, so the food industry likes it.

3. MSG

Check out the ingredient list on the labels of prepared foods — on soups, for example. Keep reading, because it’s pretty far down on a long list (although if there is no MSG, that’s usually prominently mentioned at the top). MSG (monosodium glutamate) is sometimes listed under its own name but often under other names, among them hydrolyzed soy protein, autolyzed yeast, and sodium caseinate. MSG is a synthetic version of the substance umami, as it is known in Japan, which occurs naturally in some foods, including Parmesan cheese, soy sauce, and mushrooms. MSG, widely used in Asian cooking, went out of favor when it became associated with headaches and other unpleasant symptoms. Now many Asian restaurants proudly advertise “No MSG” on their menus, but the food industry still sneaks it in as a flavor enhancer. So if you’re concerned about MSG, look for it under all of its names.



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“The Harmful Effects of Milk” – Don’t Drink Cow’s Milk

You can also read Dr Akilah’s published article about the harmful effects of milk.  http://www.celestialhealing.net/milkpage.htm