Monthly Archives: October 2012

Another reason to go organic:

A Roundup moment… A very recent German study of the urine of white collar city workers found glyphosphate (Roundup) in ALL urine samples – up to 20 times the limit. The lowest number was 5 times the allowable limit. And … Continue reading

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Exercising study proves it!

The latest science proves that exercise makes you trimmer AND smarter! Twice weekly sessions on stationary bicycles and twice weekly resistance training not only cut inches around study participants’ wastes but it also improved cognitive function and brain oxygenation greatly … Continue reading

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BP meds pretty much worthless for mild hypertension

A very recent study is now turning 30 years of medical dogma along with the associated drugging on its head. The latest independent experts now report that blood pressure drugs used to treat mild cases of high blood pressure not … Continue reading

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Spider vein headlines

Butcher’s broom for varicose veins and spider veins recently made some headlines in a study published in the German medical journal, Arzneimittel-Forschung. This study found that patients had significant improvements with no side effects using the treatment made from butcher’s … Continue reading

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Flu shots are medical procedures

Flu shots kill and maim: 30% of flu vaccinations come with adverse reactions, and about 6% of all adverse reactions bring with them serious health events – including death. What the CDC neglects to tell you is that in five … Continue reading

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Shotcut to health?

Sorry peeps, there is NO shortcut to optimal health… Your health starts with proper digestion of nutrient dense, non-GMO foods. Normal dietary fats contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. These fats are chemically soluble in the laboratory with ether, chloroform and … Continue reading

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Vitamin C for the BP

From the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: Vitamin C supplements lower high blood pressure! Studies in 29 trials over 8 week durations now prove that increased vitamin C intake is associated with lower BP readings – with a median dose … Continue reading

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Cancer cachexia

Cachexia is a cancer process through which tumor cells steal nutrition from the body. Cancerous cells need more energy than healthy cells so they syphon off the nutrition that healthy cells would normally get. With cachexia becomes severe, body wasting … Continue reading

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Danger of daily aspirin

A recent Wall Street Journal story “The Danger of Daily Aspirin” began with “If you’re taking a daily aspirin for your heart, you may want to reconsider.” One study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found no benefit … Continue reading

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Studying what we already knew

Your food can prevent disease. And once again, scientists have found that bioactive compounds in plant foods control both genetic and biological factors that lead to chronic disease. We all know that antioxidants in plants fight free radicals that damage … Continue reading

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Aborted fetal cells in this one

The CDC recommends two rounds of the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccinations at 12-15 months of age and again at 4-6 years. Current CDC records report 118 cases of measles January to May 2011 – which was the “highest … Continue reading

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Something fishy in Denmark

But it’s a good fishy! In a study from Denmark, women who didn’t eat fish had triple the risk for heart disease compared to women who ate fish every week. Pregnant women can benefit from 3 or more servings a … Continue reading

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General health checks are generally not so good

Carrying out routine and general health checks makes you doc’s wallet fat but it does not reduce deaths from serious diseases according to Cochrane researchers. These extra visits actually have potential negative implications – like a whole lot of diagnosis … Continue reading

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Take these OTCs after a heart attack and drop dead!

After a heart attack, patients who take NSAID painkillers like Advil or Aleve are 59% more likely to drop dead from any cause and 30% more likely have a second heart attack. Five years after a heart attack the death- … Continue reading

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White willow bark for what ails you

Willow Bark is the original substance used to make aspirin. To save your stomach, salicin is converted to salicinic acid form after it’s absorbed, unlike the stomach-eating synthetic salicylic acid found in aspirin. Ancient Egyptians used white willow for inflammation. … Continue reading

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Hug a child!

Telling us what we already know: The University of Iowa found that infants having close, intimate relationship with at least one parent are less likely to be troubled, aggressive or experience other emotional and behavioral problems at school age and … Continue reading

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The good Vs the evil

It is calcium fluoride that you need. NOT sodium fluoride. The cell salt calcium fluoride is basically a salt of the connective tissue, skin, teeth and bone. Other forms of fluoride like sodium fluoride are chemical byproducts and highly poisonous. … Continue reading

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The “poor” diet

The rich get richer and the poor – well, they buy processed foods. Most households spend their meager food budget on cheap and over-processed foods. Packaged foods have completely taken over the diet of poor Americans and a vast majority … Continue reading

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Tanning booth of death

Millions of people go to tanning salons annually. A new study shows that indoor tanning significantly increases the risk of the most common non-melanoma skin cancers making indoor tanning responsible for more than 170,000 new cases of non-melanoma skin cancers … Continue reading

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Dioxins – Causing generations of damage

Published Wednesday, September 26, in the journal PLoS One: When Washington State University researchers exposed pregnant rats to low-levels of dioxin, the first generation offspring had more prostate disease and two types of ovarian disease than control groups. Kidney disease, … Continue reading

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