Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More

Source: Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More by Dr. Edward Group You’re probably familiar with hydrogen peroxide and know it can be used to whiten teeth, sterilize a cut, or as a mouthwash. However, do you know about food grade hydrogen peroxide? Watch below or read on to learn about the basics, benefits, and … Continue reading Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More

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Cancer Still a Mystery to Medical Science

Gaia Health Site Quite a few people make quite a lot of money by insisting on complicating the subject of cancer. Medical scientists continue to explore the far reaches of cell physiology in their still deeply frustrated attempt to understand cancer. As they explore further, the picture only becomes more complicated as a recent article … Continue reading Cancer Still a Mystery to Medical Science

Why Use Baking Soda for Fungus Infections

A projection of the C. auris fungus on a microscope slide. CreditMelissa Golden for The New York Times A hushed panic is playing out in hospitals around the world as a deadly fungus is spreading killing a lot of people. Individual institutions, national, state and local governments have been reluctant to publicize outbreaks of this … Continue reading Why Use Baking Soda for Fungus Infections

Mercury Causes Chronic Disease

The association of mercury to chronic diseases is well documented in the didactic scientific literature. The search for the association between mercury and cardiovascular disease reveals 358 scientific papers exemplifying the relationship; between mercury and cancer we find 643 scientific papers. The association of mercury with neurodegenerative diseases is the most significant, with the references numbering … Continue reading Mercury Causes Chronic Disease

Why Sodium Bicarbonate is an Effective Treatment for Disease and Cardiac Arrest

Sodium and potassium bicarbonates are nontoxic primary alkalizing agents for the prevention and treatment of cancer, liver disease, Type I & Type II diabetes, Lupus, heart disease, pharmacological toxicosis, vascular surgery operation, tonsillar herniation due to cerebral edema, lactic acid toxicosis, and hyponatremia or low salt or loss of salts due to excessive or over-exercise. … Continue reading Why Sodium Bicarbonate is an Effective Treatment for Disease and Cardiac Arrest

Magnesium Bicarbonate – The Ultimate Mitochondrial Cocktail

There are good reasons many believe that there is nothing in mainstream medicine that addresses de-acidification, detoxification, fixing nutritional deficiencies, modulating and boosting the immune system, and increasing full body circulation. Medical science has failed in its attempts at curing degenerative, metabolic, or autoimmune diseases. Without removing toxins and acids from all organs, cells and … Continue reading Magnesium Bicarbonate – The Ultimate Mitochondrial Cocktail

Magnesium – the Ultimate Heart Medicine

Magnesium is absolutely essential for the proper functioning of the heart. Magnesium’s role in preventing heart disease and strokes is generally well accepted, yet cardiologists have not gotten up to speed with its use. Magnesium was first shown to be of value in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias in 1935. Since then there have been … Continue reading Magnesium – the Ultimate Heart Medicine

Epigenetic Transfer of Nutrition ‘Memory’ Ends Before Great-Grandchildren

A child is at an increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes and obesity if his or her mother was undernourished during pregnancy. This risk is caused in part by epigenetic changes thought to persist through generations, but it’s uncertain at which generation these changes stop affecting offspring. Researchers at University of Cambridge give us … Continue reading Epigenetic Transfer of Nutrition ‘Memory’ Ends Before Great-Grandchildren

Inheritance and Transmission of Epigenetic Memory Across Generations

New research has been suggesting that parents can transmit changes to their gene expression to their children. The heritable changes occur as a result of environmental stresses and are known as epigenetic modifications. A previous article covered the epigenetic transfer of nutrition “memory” across several generations. Now, a recent study by researchers from the University of California in Santa … Continue reading Inheritance and Transmission of Epigenetic Memory Across Generations

Run From Your Statin Recommending Cardiologist

There are new guidelines coming out of the world of cardiology from the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology proving once and for all that cardiologists are idiots or worse. They simply, en mass, have abandoned their right to call themselves doctors. I really do not know what to call them but it would be … Continue reading Run From Your Statin Recommending Cardiologist