A highly acidic pH level (created by all the above) puts the pancreas, liver, and all the body’s organs at risk. Because of the important role played by the liver in removing acid waste from the body, liver function is particularly at risk when acids accumulate. When acidity prevents the liver and pancreas from regulating … Continue reading Diabetes – Acid Conditions and Treatment with Sodium Bicarbonate
Long-term exposure to cold temperatures could actually affect our gene expression and influence our fat cells, a recent study suggests. Research published in Nature Communications offers more evidence on how lifestyle choices and exposure to our environment can dictate the way our genes express themselves, an overarching theme of epigenetics. A group of researchers based … Continue reading Exposure to Cold Temperatures Can Change Our Gene Expression and Fat Cells
Internationally renowned natural health physician Dr. Joseph Mercola shares a video of Bruce Lipton explaining epigenetics and how your thoughts, and the thoughts of those around you, can directly influence the state of your health. Related Post What is Epigenetics? What Is the Immune System? 4 Natural Ways to Boost Wellness Epigenetics and … Continue reading Epigenetics- How Does it Work?
Viruses can cause many different health problems in humans including HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, herpes, and even cancer. They are an extremely small foreign organism that invade healthy cells, and seek to wreak havoc in a healthy human or animal. Viruses are comprised of either RNA or DNA covered in a protein shell, and cannot reproduce on … Continue reading Viruses Could Epigenetically Modify a Person’s DNA
Dr. Berg talks about the key foods on a ketogenic diet. We want to base this around nutrients. Vitamin C is one, so consume bell peppers, sauerkraut and lots of vegetables. Omega 3s from wild caught salmon and fatty fish is good. Then you have vitamin B1 from sunflower seeds, nutritional yeast. Potassium and magnesium … Continue reading Key Foods on a Ketogenic Diet
Aspergillus is a genus of mold fungi. They like to grow cotton, but also on hemp, jute and kapok, upholstered furniture and foam mattresses. They are found in fruits, vegetables, flour, nuts, jam, bread, hay and silage, but also to animal (bird attitude!) , Wood, paper and carpets. In the bathroom, and in all the … Continue reading What is Aspergillus?
Erythrocyte aggregation is a finding similar to rouleau, however, it is more serious as it results in greater impairment in oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange because of its ability to occlude larger microvascular elements through increased red cell mass. There are several pathological causes for increased attraction between the red cells and most are due to … Continue reading What is a severe Erythrocyte aggregation?
Severe platelet (thrombocyte) aggregation can be a serious finding. Platelet aggregation can contribute to cardio-vascular disease which is the number one cause of death in the western world. Certainly additional laboratory work should be ordered to determine the cause of the platelet aggregation. Several organic substances may promote platelet clumping which include collagen, ADP, the … Continue reading What is a severe Thrombocyte Aggregation?