Slow, Steady & Easy Breathing

All doctors should know that chronically and even seriously ill people with dangerous acute infections will benefit immediately from controlling the quantity of air going into and out of a patient’s lungs. With a simple breathing device—based on CO2 physiology—in the space of 20 minutes a day, one can begin, quite quickly, to get control … Continue reading Slow, Steady & Easy Breathing

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Stress, Cancer and Sexuality

Anything that compromises your immune system dramatically reduces your chances for long term survival. It’s understandable that sexuality may not be the primary focus for most cancer patients, at least not right away. But at some point, whether because of sexual changes, relationship issues, or difficulties with fertility, patients realize the impact of cancer on … Continue reading Stress, Cancer and Sexuality

Epigenetics: Avoiding the Pull of Pseudoscientific Nonsense

Serious concerns have been raised recently regarding the widespread misuse of the hot new term “epigenetics,” particularly by self-proclaimed gurus or, if you prefer, “legion purveyors of flapdoodle.” Some claim that, with the power of your mind, you can epigenetically cure or develop cancer, that positive thoughts can actually relax and lengthen DNA strands, or … Continue reading Epigenetics: Avoiding the Pull of Pseudoscientific Nonsense

HOW TO AVOID 5 FOOD ADDITIVES THAT HARM CHILDREN’S HEALTH

In a groundbreaking move this week, American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Environmental Health warned of the risks chemical food additives pose to children’s health. Dr. Leonardo Trasande, lead author of the new analysis, explained that children’s developing bodies are uniquely vulnerable, especially when it comes to the functioning of thyroid, estrogen and testosterone hormones. “There can … Continue reading HOW TO AVOID 5 FOOD ADDITIVES THAT HARM CHILDREN’S HEALTH

Gerson Therapy & Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium is an essential nutrient required by the body for maintaining levels of fluids and for providing channels for nerve signaling. Some sodium is needed in your body to regulate fluids and blood pressure, and to keep muscles and nerves running smoothly. Without appropriate amounts of sodium, your body may have a difficult time cooling … Continue reading Gerson Therapy & Sodium Bicarbonate

The Healing Power of Baking Soda

This is the first medical review of sodium bicarbonate in the history of medicine and it will change the way we think about baking soda, change the way we practice medicine and change the way we take care of our children. Our lives are made easier by sodium bicarbonate and that easing of the way … Continue reading The Healing Power of Baking Soda

Alkaline Without Alkalinity

A glass of water at pH 9 can have low, medium or high ALKALINITY – and everything in between, depending on what’s dissolved in it. It is what is in one’s water that makes all the difference. Bottom line—you can have high pH water (highly alkaline) and have just about no alkalinity to speak of … Continue reading Alkaline Without Alkalinity

Ovarian Cancer Treatment May Be Found In Epigenetic Therapy

Ovarian cancer is not the most common of cancers, but it is the leading cause of gynecological cancer related death for women in the U.S. It is often hard to detect; many women don’t display symptoms until it’s in an advanced stage, and then it may be too late for treatment as it can easily … Continue reading Ovarian Cancer Treatment May Be Found In Epigenetic Therapy

Epigenetic Study Reveals That Obscure Protein May Promote Breast Cancer

October is officially recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is dedicated to raising awareness and funding to improve medical research towards curing and preventing this disease that affects so many. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, it is estimated that 1 in every 8 women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer … Continue reading Epigenetic Study Reveals That Obscure Protein May Promote Breast Cancer

Stress Reduction for Cancer Patients – Blowing Bubbles

Breast cancer confronts women with the most profound issues of vulnerability and womanhood. From the moment they receive their diagnosis, women are terrorized on the deepest level with the prospect of losing their breasts to the surgeon’s knife. This is just the beginning of many justified fears that arise when women surrender themselves and their … Continue reading Stress Reduction for Cancer Patients – Blowing Bubbles