Scientific researchers tell us, “Hydrogen is extremely unique since it has the capability to act at the cellular level. Hydrogen is qualified to cross the blood brain barrier, to enter the mitochondria, and even has the ability to translocate to the nucleus under certain conditions. Once in these ideal locations of the cell, previous studies … Continue reading The Miracle of Molecular Hydrogen
We’ve talked a lot about the benefits of being in ketosis lately, but do you know how do you determine if you are in this state? Science has given us a number of methods for doing so, including breath tests, urine tests, and blood tests. To be certain, each has their own advantages and disadvantages, … Continue reading Am I in Ketosis? Four Simple Steps to Find Out!
Health researchers said this month they had found a troubling link between higher consumption of white rice and type 2 diabetes. “What we’ve found is white rice is likely to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes,” said Dr. Qi Sun of the Harvard School of Public Health. In the studies carried out in China … Continue reading White Rice & Diabetes
October is officially recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is dedicated to raising awareness and funding to improve medical research towards curing and preventing this disease that affects so many. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, it is estimated that 1 in every 8 women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer … Continue reading Epigenetic Study Reveals That Obscure Protein May Promote Breast Cancer
This essay is not about MMS (Magical Mineral Supplement), which I have written about before. MMS is not something that ever attracted me; certainly, it is hard to stand its smell. What this article is about are the real magic minerals, which together bring about the miracle of life. Plants often know better than people … Continue reading Magic Minerals for Health and Medicine
Scientists think that they’ve found the key to creating universal blood — and it’s in your poop. At a press conference held by the American Chemical Society earlier this wee a team of chemists lead by Steve Withers from the University of British Columbia announced that they were able to identify an enzyme — found in gut … Continue reading Scientists may have found a way to create universal blood. Here’s how it works.
Tony Wyss-Coray studies the impact of aging on the human body and brain. In this eye-opening talk, he shares new research from his Stanford lab and other teams which shows that a solution for some of the less great aspects of old age might actually lie within us all. Related Post 10 Things Your … Continue reading How young blood might help reverse aging. Yes, really | Tony Wyss-Coray
Professor Jim Al-Khalili traces the story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever: quantum physics. The story of quantum physics starts at the beginning of the 20th century with scientists trying to better understand how light bulbs work. This simple question soon led scientists deep into the hidden workings of … Continue reading The Secrets of Quantum Physics : Let There Be Life (Full Physics Documentary)
This includes all nine House of Numbers special feature mini-documentaries on HIV Testing from the Deluxe Edition DVD: HIV Testing 101, False Positives: Causes and Factors, History and Evolution of HIV Testing, Reading the Fine Print: HIV Test Inserts, The Changing Criteria of Western Blot Testing, Deciphering Test Results for False Positives, Examining the "Gold … Continue reading HIV Testing
Since their discovery in the early 1980s, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) have not been without controversy. Authors Mae-Wan Ho, PhD; Sam Burcher; Rhea Gala; and Veljko Veljković, PhD, examine some of the issues in their book Unraveling AIDS. They begin with the diagnosis itself, which, it turns out, depends … Continue reading Unraveling AIDS: The Independent Science and Promising Alternative Therapies