The wider impacts of gut health

Probiotics and prebiotics are needed every day for optimal health, even to help lower food sensitivity reactions and related allergies. Our intestinal flora cannot be optimal without constant replenishment since we cannot avoid ingesting pesticides and insecticides or GMO foods that elaborate pesticides. This research review will indicate that even allergies are influenced by gut … Continue reading The wider impacts of gut health

Young, fat and facing liver disease: As obesity rates climb, fatty livers are emerging as a serious threat to children’s health.

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.

Study: Vitamin K may reverse arterial calcification

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

Sensational new theory of how cancer lives and grows

Did Otto Warburg get it all wrong? This new theory overturns everything we thought we knew about the biology of cancer. In the 1930s, Nobel Laureate Otto Warburg suggested that cancer cells produce the bulk of their energy by breaking down glucose in the absence of oxygen, a process called glycolysis. The Warburg effect, as … Continue reading Sensational new theory of how cancer lives and grows

SIBO: All You Need to Know About Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Source: SIBO: All You Need to Know About Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  If you frequently experience gas, bloating, abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea or constipation, you might brush off your symptoms or blame it on something you ate. But if those symptoms linger, you might consider whether you have … Continue reading SIBO: All You Need to Know About Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Mom’s Exposure to Microbes Lowers Allergies in Kids

Children born to mothers exposed to microbes during pregnancy may be less likely to develop allergies, German researchers say. They found that pregnant mice exposed to inhaled barnyard microbes gave birth to allergy-resistant offspring. The microbe exposure triggered a mild inflammatory response in the mothers. This response was characterized by increased expression of microbe-sensing Toll-like … Continue reading Mom’s Exposure to Microbes Lowers Allergies in Kids

Lactobacillus acidophilus: A Healthy Probiotic Strain

Source: Lactobacillus acidophilus: A Healthy Probiotic Strain by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Thanks to advances in the understanding of the human body and bacteria, the incredible list of benefits that probiotics offer has been brought to light! Knowing if probiotics are right for you specifically might be a challenge, but knowing a little bit more … Continue reading Lactobacillus acidophilus: A Healthy Probiotic Strain

New and Undefined Diseases

BOOK - Biological Medicine - The Future of Natural Healing - by Thomas Rau Biological Medicine The Future of Natural Healing By Thomas Rau, M.D.Published for the first time in this form, Biological Medicine is a combination of the latest diagnostic technology and a broad range of traditional, natural healing methods including holistic dentistry and … Continue reading New and Undefined Diseases

Dr. Thomas Rau Addresses Living With Cancer And Other Chronic Diseases In the Swiss Secret To Optimal Health

Media attention is newly focused on the recurrence of cancer in both Elizabeth Edwards and White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. Many people are confused over the statements about Mrs. Edwards having "incurable but treatable" cancer. For years, at his clinic in Switzerland, Dr. Thomas Rau has been helping people with cancer and other chronic … Continue reading Dr. Thomas Rau Addresses Living With Cancer And Other Chronic Diseases In the Swiss Secret To Optimal Health

A holistic approach to cancer therapy

The current situation Thorough analysis of the situation in the field of cancer therapy shows that dissatisfaction with the range of treatments offered by orthodox medicine has grown among patients and many of the doctors treating them. More and more patients are rejecting the aggressive forms of therapy used by orthodox medicine and seeking treatment … Continue reading A holistic approach to cancer therapy