Prion & Endobiont in live blood

Enderlein’s Endobiont and Prusiner's Prion Prof. Enderlein observed blood samples with the technique of dark field microscopy, which is also called live blood analysis. As the name suggests, the blood cells and particles are alive and not dead like in stained samples used by hematologists Bacteria in stained sample Bacteria and Symprotits in dark field … Continue reading Prion & Endobiont in live blood

The interactive Live Blood CD and the Certified Training Live Blood Analysis online course

The interactive Live Blood CD and the Certified Training Live Blood Analysis online course is hold by Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD, by email, video chat after appointment. The interactive Live Blood CD is a Self Installs Powerpoint viewer and runs from disk, newer version are on a thumb drive (USB Flash drive). The interactive Live … Continue reading The interactive Live Blood CD and the Certified Training Live Blood Analysis online course

Bones of Ancient Relatives Give Us Epigenetic Clues About Ourselves

We already know a lot about early modern humans based on scientific evidence collected from our ancestors, gaining clues from migration patterns and remnants left abandoned for ages. However, very little is known about our prehistoric relatives, the Neanderthals and Denisovans, who lived thousands of years before us. With little evidence on hand and even … Continue reading Bones of Ancient Relatives Give Us Epigenetic Clues About Ourselves

Using Glutathione and Selenium to Treat Viral Infections

Glutathione is probably the most important cellular defense that allows the body to prevent and fight infections and disease. Glutathione is the natural defense of every cell in our bodies working hand in hand and dependent on a plentiful supply of selenium for its existence and function. Glutathione, the most important antioxidant in the body, … Continue reading Using Glutathione and Selenium to Treat Viral Infections

Navigating Viral Storms and Avoiding Death

It started with a light cough. He burped constantly, and complained of shortness of breath. Family members thought it was no big deal. The doctor said he seemed to have heart problems and suggested him to stay in the hospital. He appeared healthy except for a minor infection in one lung area. Two weeks later, … Continue reading Navigating Viral Storms and Avoiding Death

MCT Oil: 5 Proven Health Benefits to This Impressive Supplement

Source: MCT Oil: 5 Proven Health Benefits to This Impressive Supplement by Dr. Edward Group Every morning, Avigdor Miriam, co-founder of a health and wellness digital marketing agency, starts off his day off like many of us: with a cup of coffee. But Avigdor enjoys his coffee with a twist — he adds one teaspoon of … Continue reading MCT Oil: 5 Proven Health Benefits to This Impressive Supplement

Potential Epigenetic Avenues for ALS Relief

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), perhaps more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a devastating neurological disease that ultimately leads to death.  This disease eats away at nerve cells, causing death to the motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord, resulting in the loss of muscle function and eventual paralysis and respiratory failure. ALS … Continue reading Potential Epigenetic Avenues for ALS Relief

Vitamin D, Ebola and Infectious Disease Processes

For most people today the answer is no, you are not getting enough vitamin D. If you are worried about this year’s influenza pandemic predicted by the CDC or are in fear for your family’s safety because of the Ebola virus then calculate in vitamin D supplementation  as well as Vitamin C, magnesium, iodine, selenium, bicarbonate … Continue reading Vitamin D, Ebola and Infectious Disease Processes

The Epigenetics of Honeybee Memory Offers a Glimpse Into Our Own Minds

The fascinating memory of a honeybee could give us hints about our own long-term memory formation, scientists suggest. According to a new study, epigenetic marks are added to the DNA of honeybees in a response to an enzyme known as DNA methyltransferase (Dmnt) and removed in response to a Dnmt inhibitor drug. This epigenetic mechanism … Continue reading The Epigenetics of Honeybee Memory Offers a Glimpse Into Our Own Minds

Hydrogen Inhalation Treats Brain Cancer

An important case study of a 47 year old woman suffering from multiple tumors of the brain showed how important hydrogen medicine will be in the future of medicine and modern oncology. In my book on Hydrogen Medicine I have already written on using hydrogen for cancer patients. This study sustains what I have written and what I believe, … Continue reading Hydrogen Inhalation Treats Brain Cancer

The 7 Best Vitamins for Healthy & Glowing Skin

Source: The 7 Best Vitamins for Healthy & Glowing Skin by Dr. Edward Group If you want healthy skin — and who doesn't — you want to ensure you get the right combination of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. With so many out there, how do you know what specific vitamins promote skin health? Whether you have adult … Continue reading The 7 Best Vitamins for Healthy & Glowing Skin

One Night Without Sleep Could Trigger Epigenetic Changes and Weight Gain

Even just one night of sleep loss could lead to epigenetic changes that tweak our metabolism and regulation of gene expression, a new study suggests. Researchers at Uppsala University found that one night without sleep was linked to alteration of the human epigenome, weight gain, and the loss of lean muscle mass. Previous research has shown that skipping sleep … Continue reading One Night Without Sleep Could Trigger Epigenetic Changes and Weight Gain