Entries by Dr. Sina McCullough

Dr. Sina McCullough

Dr. Sina McCullough is the author of "Hands Off My Food!: How Government and Industry Have Corrupted Our Food and Easy Ways to Fight Back." You can connect with her at www.handsoffmyfood.com. Sina holds a Ph.D. in Nutritional Science and a B.S. in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, both from the University of California at Davis. She taught Biochemistry and Bioenergetics at UC Davis before becoming the Director of Research and Development for a supplement company. Dr. McCullough homeschools her two children and offers a limited number of consultations for both individuals and companies.

How and Why I Protect Myself from Glyphosate

Glyphosate is one of the active ingredients in Roundup® – the most commonly used herbicide in the world.  Most of us are exposed to glyphosate every day, often without realizing it.  In fact, an estimated 93% of Americans have glyphosate… 0 Shares |

Autism – Symptoms REVERSED in New Study

Symptoms of autism were reversed in a study published in April of 2017 by Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology.1  Five children, average age of 9 years old, received one dose of suramin – a manmade drug first synthesized in… 0 Shares |

How Trump Won

“The United States is great. Its people are great. The future lies with the dreamers, not the cynics and the critics.” –President Donald Trump How did he do it? How did Donald Trump become the 45th President of the United… 0 Shares |

Fighting the Vaccine Bullies

“CDC cannot withstand a public debate. The CDC’s position is so fragile, it’s an edifice of fraud-fraud stacked upon fraud. It’s so high and so wobbly that even a slight breeze of public scrutiny will topple it.”1 –Robert Kennedy Junior… 0 Shares |

A Solution to Failed New Year’s Resolutions

I love New Year’s!  It’s a new beginning; a fresh start filled with optimism and hope. It’s like hitting the reset button on life. I particularly love New Year’s resolutions.  My whole life, I’ve been a goal setter, which probably… 0 Shares |