The number of cases confirmed by the Chinese government rose to 4,515 as of Jan. 27, up from 2,835 a day earlier — although the true figures are generally expected to be much higher. The virus has now spread across China and into at least 16 countries globally. Meaning that the number of people infected by … Continue reading Cornonavirus Killing Even Healthy People?
In the Western world, we are desperately obsessed with killing things off that we feel can threaten our livelihood. Whether it is germs, terrorists, or the next door neighbour, we seek to eliminate anything that doesn’t agree with us rather than trying to maintain a healthy balance between desired and undesirable circumstances. When it … Continue reading Germ vs Terrain Theory – Which Do We Adopt To Be Healthy?
Chris Martenson writes, “Once a pandemic spreads to my neck of the woods, I’m not going to be doing anything in the company of strangers. No shopping, no going to restaurants, and especially no traveling in closed up metal tubes with recirculated air (i.e. planes and trains). I won’t be alone in those behaviors. How … Continue reading Coronavirus Epidemic – Should We Panic Yet?
The Headlines read: China Quarantines a City of 11 Million Over Deadly New Virus. Little is known about the new virus, making it more challenging for authorities to figure out the appropriate action to take, experts say. Unfortunately, they will not take appropriate action because they refuse to look at the fundamental weakness of all … Continue reading Treatment Recommendations For New Virus That Is Shutting Down Entire Cities
Your lifelong health may have been decided the day you were born, says microbiome researcher Henna-Maria Uusitupa. In this fascinating talk, she shows how the gut microbes you acquire during birth and as an infant impact your health into adulthood -- and discusses new microbiome research that could help tackle problems like obesity and diabetes. … Continue reading How the gut microbes you’re born with affect your lifelong health|Henna-Maria Uusitupa
Water has memory - new astonishing results in the water droplet research. Water stores more information than we expected. It reflects the impacts of flowers, stones and also emotions (love or shock), music (classic or rock), mobile radiation and the impact of thoughts by changing the structure in the droplet. A fascinating insight into the … Continue reading Water has memory – Prof. Bernd Kroeplin Water research Germany
Diabetes is a disease characterized by the body’s inability to properly use insulin and it affects over 29 million Americans. With new epigenetic research, however, the disease may be mitigated with a simple blood test that offers early knowledge and the possibility for pre-emptive lifestyle management. Lund University researchers in Sweden published their study in Nature Communications, … Continue reading Could a New Epigenetic Blood Test Predict Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness in which a person’s body cannot produce enough insulin to process blood sugar in a healthy way. It affects millions of people all over the world, and it can be a debilitating and even deadly disease if not properly managed. The inability to metabolize glucose can lead to … Continue reading Epigenetic Marks Found In Blood Test Could Help Save Diabetics
The immune system’s responses begin with physical barriers like skin and mucous membranes, and when they’re not enough, there are phagocytes -- the neutrophils and macrophages. It also features the awesomely named natural killer cells and the inflammatory response, and we'll explain how all of these elements work together to save the day if you … Continue reading Immune System: Crash Course
Find out what lab tests are important to kidney patients, what constitutes normal and when your health team needs to take action. Related Posts 6 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE LABORATORY TESTS THAT YOUR DOCTOR SHOULD BE RUNNING, BUT IS PROBABLY NOT A Brief History of Live Blood Analysis The greatest Benefit of Dark Field Live Blood … Continue reading Understanding Your Lab Results