Monthly Archives: June 2013

A cure for the common parasite

About one in six people worldwide are infected by parasitic worms. To debug your family, try tincture of black walnut with 8 drops 2X a day for 24 days. But this can be very expensive for a family. That is … Continue reading

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Killing mice the hard way – with vaccines

The Kobe vaccine trials of 2009 injected mice repeatedly with antigens, similar to infant vaccinations, to study how the immune system actually turns on itself to create autoimmune diseases. Antigens were injected without the toxic additives – like mercury and … Continue reading

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Reduce your pancreatic cancer risk with vitamins

Vitamins work! Pancreatic cancer kills over 250,000 people a year and has the worst survival rate of any cancer. The latest study shows that higher intakes of vitamin C, E, and the mineral selenium can slash the risk for pancreatic … Continue reading

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Cigarette costs

If you quit smoking by 39 years of age, you reduce the excess risk of death from any cause by up to 90% according to a NEJM article. Being tobacco-free for 12 months can also get the nonsmoker insurance rate. … Continue reading

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High fructose rats

An animal study recently showed that a high fructose diet rapidly caused liver damage – even without weight gain. Liver damage more than doubled in the animals fed a high-fructose diet after just 6 weeks of the study in the … Continue reading

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For sickness or heath

Are we generally getting sicker or healthier? What has our modern health system wrought for our health? A shocking 70% or so of Americans are now on at least one prescription drug, and over 50% take two medications. A pitiful … Continue reading

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Weight loss without muscle loss?

Eating more protein can raise metabolic rates for up to12 hours and requires more calories to metabolize than eating carbs and fats. The equation is simple: to lose weight you must have a caloric deficit which is achieved by eating … Continue reading

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ED is not an old man’s disease…

ED used to be an “old man’s disease” – the bane of aging men. However, ED (erectile dysfunction) is now becoming quite common in younger men according to the authors of a new study report. Men 40 years and younger … Continue reading

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St. John’s Wort

St. John’s Wort has a lot of scientific studies that back it up as a reliable mood enhancer. St. John’s Wort rose to popularity in the 1990s and has been highly visible in health food stores everywhere since. Did you … Continue reading

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The fat gene

Genetics are either expressed or suppressed by something that turns them off and on. Take the fat genes for instance: If the doctor tells you fat is genetic, then it’s not your fault, just sit back and let it happen… … Continue reading

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The sun is a good-guy after all

How many times have I said: “The sun is not your enemy” But the idiocy of ingrained thinking says “Stay out of the sun, the sun causes cancer”. Would it now help you to know that medical science has found … Continue reading

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Medical childbirth outcomes

Yet once again medical science falls short of mother nature – and medical science proves it over and over. Women who opt for home birth have a lower risk of severe complications than women who plan a hospital birth. The … Continue reading

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A little flu vaccine history

A federally funded study begun in 1942, co-authored by Dr. Jonas Salk, injected experimental flu vaccines in male patients at a state insane asylum in Ypsilanti, Mich., then exposed them to flu several months later to see if it worked. … Continue reading

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Did I ever mention cinnamon?

Cinnamon is a biblical herb that just keeps on doing more and more good. Cinnamon has a history of helping people regulate their blood sugar. Cinnamon speeds up metabolism and is also antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic. But one of the … Continue reading

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Glutathione bags mercury

Glutathione is the primary antioxidant in the body and is synthesized from the amino acids cysteine, glutamine and glycine. Glutathione production decreases as we age, and deficiencies are associated with disease processes such as cardiovascular disease and cancer. The liver … Continue reading

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Supersize physician

When it comes to taking diet advice from a physician – size matters. A new study at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health examined the impact of primary care physician BMI on patients’ trust and perceptions of weight-related … Continue reading

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Butter ban in the Nanny State

NY City has gone crazy over butter! Not a healthy crazy but a maddening ignorant crazy that only a government agency or two can pull off. Seems that they have banned ALL butter from any school kitchens and replaced it … Continue reading

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Drugs for bipolars not working

Scientists at Brown University found no difference in hospital readmission rates among patients who received antidepressants and those who did not – until the got to bipolar depression… When bipolar patients were administered the antidepressant venlafaxine, there was an associated … Continue reading

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DHEA and the adrenal glands

DHEA is the “mother of all hormones” that fuels hormone pathways. DHEA balances estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. But as we age, DHEA levels decline and elevated stress levels also cause DHEA levels to plummet – forcing the adrenal glands to … Continue reading

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Why inflammation?

Inflammation in the body has the distinct purpose to respond immediately and destroy toxic materials in injured or compromised tissues before the toxins can damage tissues further and then spread throughout the body. A huge problem with inflammation arises when … Continue reading

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