Poisoned Food is Slowly Causing you to Die From a Chronic Disease

You don't have to die from a chronic disease.  There are ways to change your lifestyle so you die from old age instead of endless trips to the doctor and then the hospital where you die from a horrible disease like Coranary Aeterial Disease (C.A.D.) or some terrible chronic disease.

Here is the bad news:

"According to WorldLifeExpectancy.com, which gathers statistics from the World Health Organization, UNESCO, and the Center for Disease Control (among others), 82% of all Americans will die from one of the twenty leading causes of death..."

The good news is almost all of these chronic diseases can be cured and even reversed.

Here is a info graph  of the chronic diseases most American die from:

Some medical professionals believe that the 3rd or 4th cause of death should be medical errors.  Can these outcomes be eliminated, reversed, or in some cases, cured?

The answer is found in this video of how a 65 year old grandmother took matters into her own hands when she was sent home my her doctors to die; they had tried all the pills and surgeries and failed and given up.

Do you like rice served in a Mexican restaurant?  I is easy to make without using any of the boxed mixes.

Mexican style rice.


1 cup rice, white, basmati and jasmine work great
2 cups Progresso chicken broth
1 10oz can Old El Paso enchilada sauce
salt and pepper to taste


In a large skillet or saucepan add the rice, Progresso chicken broth and Old El Paso enchilada sauce. Bring to a boil over medium high heat, stir well, cover the pot, then turn down the heat to a medium.

Cook for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until the rice is completely cooked, stirring occasionally.

Season with salt and pepper.

Top with tomatoes, green onions and cilantro or whatever else you prefer before serving.

I could personally just have rice, or rice and beans for lunch or dinner. I know not everyone feels that way though. This rice works as a filler for burritos as well. You’ll find that it’s simple to remember, too; which allows you to just whip it up whenever as the perfect side. This rice goes so perfectly with pretty much anything that you don’t have to pay too much attention to your main dish.