Monthly Archives: April 2013

Heart saving cherries

Tart cherries are better for you than drugs! The latest study out of the University of Michigan finds that for the millions of Americans at risk for heart disease or diabetes, tart cherries worked better than what the doctor prescribed. … Continue reading

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Vaccine fail

A vaccine failure happens when someone develops a disease in spite of being vaccinated against it. One reason vaccine failure occurs is that vaccination antibody levels always fall over time. Vaccination is NOT immunization! Our inordinate affair with vaccinations has … Continue reading

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Estrogen and bone health

Women’s bone health and estrogen deficiency: Anything that causes a drop in a woman’s estrogen levels can harm the bones. This is why bone loss speeds up after menopause. For women who have not gone through menopause, estrogen deficiency can … Continue reading

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The amazing hemp seed!

Hemp seeds contain all 20 amino acids – including the 9 essential amino acids our bodies cannot produce. Eating hemp seeds helps immune deficiency diseases and also treats nutritional deficiencies brought on by tuberculosis. Hemp seeds contain a high percentage … Continue reading

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Another vaccine failure

Chickenpox vaccine epic fail: A county in Indiana now has the nation’s largest current chickenpox outbreak. An epidemiologist confirmed that 97% of the children that got-the-pox were vaccinated and 85% of them were fully vaccinated. In an asinine attempt to … Continue reading

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Summer sun naturally

Get ready for the summer sun and start taking your PABA now! Avoid the toxic sunscreens altogether by growing some healthy skin. That’s what I do! I give my whole family 1,000mg a day and we do not sunburn in … Continue reading

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Give a bee a chance (if you want to eat)

Like to eat? You are going to need pollinators. Insects provide pollination services to about 75% of crop species and enable reproduction in up to 94% of wild flowering plants. There is a cocktail of multiple causes that are combining … Continue reading

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How many x rays was that?

Medical radiation is running amok! One CT angiogram of the heart brings 16 mSv. Did you know that this is equivalent to 800 chest x-rays? HUH? How about a typical nuclear scan? Humming in at 41 mSv, it is equivalent … Continue reading

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Milkweed cures

Milkweed secretes latex containing cardiac glycosides that are medicinally valuable in the treatment of heart disease. This same latex is a home remedy for warts and the milky white sap of the common milkweed has long been in used for … Continue reading

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About muscle cramps

So, what causes muscle cramps? Strained muscles are a big cause in exercise induced cramps. Becoming dehydrated can also play a huge role in muscle cramps and a dehydrated muscle is much more likely to cramp. Deficiencies in potassium, calcium, … Continue reading

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Twittering vaccine awareness

Between 2004 and 2008, nearly half of US children below 2 years old received vaccines late or not at all a new study in JAMA shows. Children under-vaccinated by parental choice had fewer emergency department visits than fully vaccinated children … Continue reading

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Fingernails tell about health

The lunula is the crescent-shaped whitish area under the bed of a fingernail located closest to the skin of the finger. The lunula is most predominant on the thumb and the absence of the lunula in the thumb nail indicates … Continue reading

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Phone apps: An inconvenient convenience

Physician phone apps are often designed by Big Pharma and used to help the physician prescribe drugs. Sounds safe enough doesn’t it? Well Reuters reported April 10th that most electronic pharmacopoeia (EP) smartphone apps do not place important safety warnings … Continue reading

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parotid glands swelling in face

The parotid glands are in the face on both sides and are the largest salivary glands. Around 50 years of age is when parotid lesions occur most – and predominantly in females. In autoimmune disease the lesions show up on … Continue reading

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Healthy food vs exercise

People trade their healthy food-prep time for exercise – and vice-versa. New research showed a 10-minute increase in food preparation time brought a corresponding reduction in exercising for 10 minutes in both men and women, single or married, children or … Continue reading

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Pancreatitis straight from your doc!!

Pharmacopia trivia: FDA (Fatal Drugs Allowed) data shows that the drugs Byetta and Victoza may be responsible for 43% of all acute and chronic pancreatitis along with increasing the risk of thyroid cancer, allergic reactions, and even kidney failure!

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Can’t beat the beet!

Beet juice helps high blood pressure better than meds! People with high blood pressure who drank just 8 ounces of beet-root juice had a blood pressure drop of about 10 points. Beets have a high natural nitrate content, as do … Continue reading

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Untested vaccine insanity

Medical Madness: There is a brand-new, untested and unapproved vaccine for smallpox (ya, you read right). The kicker? Our tax dollars just bought about a half-billion bucks worth for some kind of insane government stockpile. The vaccine, Arestvyr, is supposed … Continue reading

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Pluck it or spear it

I often refer to the Paleo Diet as the “caveman diet,” but I think it might be said better naming it the “ancestral diet.” The Paleo diet is simple: eat meat, vegetables and seasonal fruit. Avoid all processed foods, bread, … Continue reading

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Misrepresenting medications

More Big Pharma chicanery: A majority of doctors receive little or no information about the harmful effects of medicines when they get the sales call by pharmaceutical representatives. Of course, these same doctors are likely to start prescribing these drugs … Continue reading

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