GABA: What Is It and What Does It Do?

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is one of the essential amino acids in the human brain. GABA acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter, meaning it binds to neurons and hinders their ability to receive or respond to signals from other nerve cells. Without GABA in the brain, the nerves and central nervous system would be extraordinarily overactive and cause conditions like seizures, epilepsy, or mood disorders.

Natural Sugar Substitutes That Have Side-Benefits

Far too often, people are focused on what they should not be eating, which is fine, but instead, it is more important to understand what people should be eating. With this, though, people always seem able to construct a new revolutionary diet, from the cabbage and liquid diets in the 1980s to the Atkins and gluten-free foods of today.

Documents Reveal Sugar Industry’s Deception and Scientific Manipulation

In past articles, we had examined several examples of when organizations lied about facts to push their agenda and make a profit, such as Britain’s opium wars and today's Sackler family and conflicts of interest in the scientific community regarding glyphosate research.

Gardasil Vaccine: Think Twice About Its Safety

I have spent much time investigating various aspects of vaccines. For example, in the article “Measles and Vaccines: A Review of Unpopular Opinions,” I brought forth expert opinions about measles and vaccines which rarely make it to the general public because of the bias in the mainstream media, but there is still a lot of information to uncover.