Doctor where could I be getting that MERCURY or other heavy metals from? When you report the results of heavy metal testing on hair, blood or urine patients may have difficulty imagining where they might get some of those heavy metals. Now we find that 10 % of calories for some people is from HIGH … Continue reading Mercury in our Food
Eating less to remember more might become a new prescription for some elderly people, German researchers say. They found that memory and thinking skills improved among healthy, overweight subjects who cut their calorie intake by 30 percent over a three-month period. If further research supports this conclusion, "from a public health point of view, you … Continue reading Cutting Calories May Boost Aging Brains
Specific hormones' role in longevity and healthy ageing is a hot topic at the moment. In fact, it formed the basis of key discussions at the recent International Congress of Neuroendocrinology in Pittsburgh and the Paris Anti-Obesity Therapies Congress. According to the latest theories, the following hormones may be key to healthy ageing: 1. DHEA … Continue reading Balance your hormones to stay young
When you study estrogen receptors, as Margaret Ritchie at St Andrews Medical School in Scotland has for years, you will be as excited as she is about the overall protection offered by H.R.T. Blocking this receptor with this safe natural substance that is 3000 times stronger than Genistein means far less Prostate cancer and Alzheimer's … Continue reading H.R.T. herbal remedy from Thailand
The biggest fear generated by pro-meat eaters and new vegetarians is about not getting enough protein. The real problem is just the opposite: we take in too much protein. According to the Max Planck Institute for Nutritional Research in Germany, considered by Paavo Airola to be the most respected and reliable nutritional rese arch organization … Continue reading Excerpt from Spiritual Nutrition by Gabriel Cousens M.D.
There's a growing segment of the population who are shopping for natural, chemical-free products, out of concern that long term exposure to small traces of common chemicals, can be dangerous. The leader of an advocacy group says the problem is real and probably more dangerous than people think. These are products we all use every … Continue reading Toxic Chemicals Found in Many Common Products
It's often said, these days, that we're a nation of fatties. And, not coincidentally, we're also a nation of fatty livers. Increasingly, millions of those livers belong to children - though most of them don't know it, and neither do their parents and doctors. Usually, no symptoms show up until damage has been done, damage … Continue reading Young, fat and facing liver disease: As obesity rates climb, fatty livers are emerging as a serious threat to children’s health.
Is Integrative Medicine a long ago, forgotten practice or the practice of the future? Think back to a simpler time and visualize a small town where the local doctor was the town's best friend. He would know your entire family on a first name basis and remember when you acquired your first cold. Integrative Medicine … Continue reading What Is Integrative Medicine?
Arterial calcification, a process of hardening of the arteries, may be inhibited and even reversed with supplementation with high-dose vitamin K, suggests an animal study. Atherosclerosis, known as hardening or furring of the arteries is a key risk factor for cardiovascular disease, the cause of over 50 per cent of deaths in Europe and the … Continue reading Study: Vitamin K may reverse arterial calcification
The "Myers Cocktail" is an intravenous therapy consisting of various mixes of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. It can be very useful in situations where oral nutrients or other therapies are not working. When nutrients are given intravenously, your digestive system is bypassed and a much higher level of nutrition can be delivered directly to … Continue reading Intravenous Therapy – Myers Cocktail