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

Hydrogen is Serious Medicine for Cancer

It is hard to lose with hydrogen. Hydrogen gas (H2) benefits cancer patients through prevention. It also helps us fight cancer directly minimizing its spread. Useful as an effective adjunct to radiation and chemotherapy treatments. It is easy to imagine hydrogen improving the quality of life of patients receiving cancer treatment. Hydrogen gas inhalation is … Continue reading Hydrogen is Serious Medicine for Cancer

Top 10 Low-Carb, Keto Foods to Add to Your Kitchen

Source: Top 10 Low-Carb, Keto Foods to Add to Your Kitchen by Dr. Edward Group There are a lot of people out there following this trend of a ketogenic diet. This is nothing new! This has been around for a long time — Atkins did it! Ketogenic is nothing more than just eating “low carbohydrate” or … Continue reading Top 10 Low-Carb, Keto Foods to Add to Your Kitchen

Human Photosynthesis

Not only is the water in our cells sensitive to light so is everything else including our genetic material. The cells respond with hypersensitivity to influences that come from outside the cell. We are our cells and then we are more than that, more than the sum of our parts. What you are about to … Continue reading Human Photosynthesis

Epigenetic Regulation of a Single Gene Controls Drug and Stress Responses

Researchers have found that the regulation of a specific gene located in an area of the brain linked to depression and drug addiction can reduce the way someone responds to drugs and stressful situations. A mouse study that focused on the epigenetic regulation of a single gene was carried out at the Icahn School of Medicine at … Continue reading Epigenetic Regulation of a Single Gene Controls Drug and Stress Responses

Iodine Book Review

Healing with Iodine: your missing link to better health (2018) by Dr. Mark Sircus, OMD, DM. (Publisher: Square One Publishers, Inc. at http://www.squareonepublishers.com) Book review by Tamar Clarke www.nutritionalmedicine.info. One of the most startling facts that can be found in this book is that ninety percent (90%) of the population in the United States are deficient in … Continue reading Iodine Book Review

Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus

Source: Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus by Dr. Edward Group With delicate, white floral bouquets atop long branches, the anise plant lends a lovely look to any yard or wild field. Related to fennel and Queen Anne’s lace, anise (Pimpinella anisum) is originally native to the eastern Mediterranean region. While the lacy … Continue reading Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus

Natural Compound in Cypress Trees Might Epigenetically Protect Against Cancer

A chemical in an essential oil extracted from tree bark might actually reduce cancer growth. Researchers are finding that hinokitiol, a compound found in some cypress trees, not only has anti-infective and anti-oxidative properties, but it might also impact the epigenetic tags on top of DNA and reactivate genes that fight against tumor growth. The epigenetic … Continue reading Natural Compound in Cypress Trees Might Epigenetically Protect Against Cancer

Supplements 101: A Guide on Choosing the Right Vitamins

Source: Supplements 101: A Guide on Choosing the Right Vitamins by Dr. Edward Group With so many supplements out there where do you start? Taking supplements can vastly improve your life, alleviating pain, boosting energy, and aiding in many other ways. So, I'm going to give you a crash course on how to get started. Think … Continue reading Supplements 101: A Guide on Choosing the Right Vitamins

Proteolytic Enzymes: 5 Reasons Why They’re Powerful for Your Health

Source: Proteolytic Enzymes: 5 Reasons Why They’re Powerful for Your Health by Dr. Edward Group   Proteolytic enzymes have more than just a cool-sounding name. Pronounced prō-​tē-​a-​li-​ti​k, they offer superior health benefits, as well. As digestive aids, these enzymes break down protein in the foods you eat. They also help to build your cells, boost energy, … Continue reading Proteolytic Enzymes: 5 Reasons Why They’re Powerful for Your Health

All You Need to Know About Castor Oil: An Age-Old Home Remedy

Source: All You Need to Know About Castor Oil: An Age-Old Home Remedy by Dr. Edward Group   Not so long ago, moms everywhere used castor oil as a cure-all for many ailments, from stomach pain to fever to its most famous use — easing constipation. Take a teaspoon, and you are good! Some parents threatened … Continue reading All You Need to Know About Castor Oil: An Age-Old Home Remedy