Could We Reverse Alzheimer’s Symptoms by Restoring Epigenetic Balance?

Fascinating new research out of Drexel University suggests that restoring balance to certain epigenetic enzymes might reinstate memory and lead us closer to a potential therapy for Alzheimer’s disease. This devastating type of dementia causes issues with memory, cognition, and behavior. Could epigeneticshelp reverse symptoms and bring back cognitive abilities in those with Alzheimer’s? The … Continue reading Could We Reverse Alzheimer’s Symptoms by Restoring Epigenetic Balance?

What is Epigenetics?

Epigenetics is the study of heritable changes in gene expression (active versus inactive genes) that do not involve changes to the underlying DNA sequence — a change in phenotype without a change in genotype — which in turn affects how cells read the genes. Epigenetic change is a regular and natural occurrence but can also … Continue reading What is Epigenetics?

Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Epigenetics: The science of Human Empowerment

Through the research of Dr. Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between your mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including … Continue reading Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Epigenetics: The science of Human Empowerment

Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp: “We know today that man, essentially, is a being of light.”

Biophysics is the bridge between biology and physics. Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp invented the Biophoton theory of light. In 1996, Dr. Popp founded the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany. This institute is a worldwide network of biologist, chemists, medical researchers, physicists and other scientists at 14 universities and governmental research institutes. Fritz-Albert Popp (born … Continue reading Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp: “We know today that man, essentially, is a being of light.”

Stephanie Seneff, PhD on Glyphosate (RoundUp) Poisoning

Stephanie Seneff, PhD, MIT CSAIL presents "The 'SAFE' Herbicide that's making us all Sick!" Seneff's three decades of scientific rigor is added to a growing body of independent research that exposes the toxic reality of America's favorite weed killer and biocide; Monsanto's RoundUp. Presented by The SHAKA Movement's Christina Fisher & Seeds of Truth's Melissa … Continue reading Stephanie Seneff, PhD on Glyphosate (RoundUp) Poisoning

Interview with Dr. Thomas M. Rau, Medical Director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic by Electromagnetichealth.org

Thomas M. Rau is the medical director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic. It is world famous for understanding of the root causes of diseases and better outcomes for patients. The Clinic sees 3,000 EHS patients from 10,000 patients that they see annually. Following is a transcribed interview by electromagnetichealth.org and emrstop.org. The transcribers say: This … Continue reading Interview with Dr. Thomas M. Rau, Medical Director of the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic by Electromagnetichealth.org

Mad cow disease prions capable of evolution, even without DNA

The Scripps Research Institute has published a study in the journal Science alleging that prions, lifeless protein particles that are believed to cause serious brain diseases, are able to mutate and develop resistance to drugs in the same way that bacteria and other living things do. Abnormal prion proteins cause at least 20 fatal diseases … Continue reading Mad cow disease prions capable of evolution, even without DNA

Slow metabolism linked to longevity

When we use the word “metabolism,” we are usually referring to resting metabolic rate, which is the amount of energy (calories) that the body requires per day for its basic functions at rest. Most people believe that it is desirable to raise their metabolism, because they will burn more calories and consequently lose weight. Having … Continue reading Slow metabolism linked to longevity

Exercise Guards White Blood Cells Against Aging

Studies have shown that exercise can help ward off heart disease and cancer, and now new research shows that the reason why may be found within cells themselves. Endurance athletes had longer telomeres -- DNA at the tips of chromosomes that protect the cell -- in their white blood cells than healthy, nonsmoking adults who … Continue reading Exercise Guards White Blood Cells Against Aging

Genetically Modified Foods: Why You Should Avoid Them

It’s just as concerning as it sounds. Scientists have introduced into plants and animals, new, scientifically manipulated or chosen, genetic material, to advance and suppress traits as they see fit. The products are genetically modified foods. From as early as the 70’s, scientists have been genetically manipulating crops. Scientists used these soil bugs along with other … Continue reading Genetically Modified Foods: Why You Should Avoid Them