Top Causes of Vitamin D Deficiency and Best Natural Remedies

Source: Top Causes of Vitamin D Deficiency and Best Natural Remedies by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Are you getting enough vitamin D? You might think so, but unless you consistently eat a balanced diet, get sunlight exposure, and take supplemental nutrients, you may not get enough vitamin D. You may even have a … Continue reading Top Causes of Vitamin D Deficiency and Best Natural Remedies

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Revolutionary Breakthrough Cancer Treatment

What we are going to look at in this chapter is a new concept in oxygen therapy, or what might be called oxygen manipulation; treatments that would alternate between oxygen deprivation and maximum oxygen saturation to stimulate the immune system, specifically, the white blood cells most responsible for battling cancer. Researchers at UT Southwestern reported that increased … Continue reading Revolutionary Breakthrough Cancer Treatment

Folate Deficiency: Symptoms, Causes, and Remedies

Source: Folate Deficiency: Symptoms, Causes, and Remedies by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  If you're feeling weak or like you have low energy, folate deficiency might be to blame. Folate is one of the essential B vitamins – B9 to be exact. This water-soluble vitamin is essential for making red blood cells and keeping … Continue reading Folate Deficiency: Symptoms, Causes, and Remedies

Epigenetic Marks on a Stress-Related Gene Linked to Suicide Risk

Many people consider suicide to be taboo, and it’s a subject that is often avoided. However, the more we understand the reasoning behind why some people are pressed to commit suicide, the better equipped we may be to offer support and guidance for treatment. Interestingly, certain lifestyles and various environmental factors might be able to … Continue reading Epigenetic Marks on a Stress-Related Gene Linked to Suicide Risk

Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Magnesium in general is essential for the survival of our cells but takes on further importance in the age of toxicity where our bodies are being bombarded on a daily basis with heavy metals. Glutathione requires magnesium for its synthesis.[1] Glutathione synthetase requires ?-glutamyl cysteine, glycine, ATP, and magnesium ions to form glutathione.[2] In magnesium deficiency, the … Continue reading Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione

What do garlic and glutathione have in common? Sulfur! Sulfur is commonly used in Asia as an herbal medicine to treat inflammation and cancer. Organic sulfur has been studied on oral and other cancers and has been found to have remarkable benefit in anti-cancer therapy.[1] Sulfur is an essential element for all life, and is widely used … Continue reading Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione

Promotion: for the time from November 15th to December 15th 2018 you can get our live blood online course 50% off the normal price

Here some books we recommend for the course beside our live blood CD and our comprehensive course material. The Blood and its third ElementDuring his long career as an academic and researcher in nineteenth century France, Antoine Béchamp was widely known and respected as a teacher, an academic, and a researcher. As a leading academic, … Continue reading Promotion: for the time from November 15th to December 15th 2018 you can get our live blood online course 50% off the normal price

Panic Disorder Might Have an Epigenetic Explanation

Fight-or-flight is a physiological response that occurs when an individual has been exposed to a perceived threat. This well-known stress response pathway is critical for the survival of many organisms. However, people with different types of anxiety-driven disorders can experience intense stress even with little to no stimuli. For individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders, the feeling … Continue reading Panic Disorder Might Have an Epigenetic Explanation

Scarred For Life: The Epigenetics of Fear

When someone is truly scared or traumatized, they might say they were “scarred for life”. While this might seem like a metaphor, recent studies show that fear might actually leave permanent epigenetic marks on your DNA, marks you could potentially pass down to your children or grandchildren. Fear is a basic biological process. In their … Continue reading Scarred For Life: The Epigenetics of Fear

Love Is What We Need

According to a study in the recent issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine, people who “fall in love at first sight” do so in a fifth of a second. Sandeep Ravindran’s essay “Euphoria of romance can blunt intense pain, researchers find”starts with, “‘One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life. That word is … Continue reading Love Is What We Need