Doctors who prescribe high dose iodine therapy for other diseases such as breast cancer, are finding that iodine can lower insulin and oral anti-diabetic drug requirements in their diabetic patients, sometimes to the point of their not needing any anti-diabetic medication at all. Iodine is needed for proper glucose metabolism and for preventing the cardiovascular … Continue reading Diabetes and Iodine
Source: What Is Cyanocobalamin? The B-12 Form You Should Avoid by Dr. Edward Group Vitamin B-12 is an essential vitamin that’s necessary for good health. Your body cannot naturally produce it. However, vitamin B-12 is commonly available in various foods and supplements. If you’ve been searching for a B-12 supplement, you might have seen many scientific-sounding ingredients that … Continue reading What Is Cyanocobalamin? The B-12 Form You Should Avoid
Charlotte Gerson, daughter of Dr. Max Gerson, delivers a powerful message at the 2010 Health and Healing Crusade sponsored by Modern Manna Ministries. A brilliant performance from one of the most beloved women on the planet. The Gerson Therapy: The Proven Nutritional Program for Cancer and Other Illnesses Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless A … Continue reading Live Foods For Winning Energy Without Drugs (CHARLOTTE GERSON)
Simple blood tests can both determine if you have anemia and what the cause may be, which helps determine treatment options. When your doctor suspects that you have anemia, a condition caused by the blood’s inability to deliver enough oxygen to the body, the first step is usually a diagnostic test. Blood tests can tell … Continue reading How Anemia Is Diagnosed
Iron is a mineral that plays a vital role in health and well-being. Without it, many bodily functions would malfunction. “The primary role of iron is to carry oxygen in the blood to every cell in the body,” says Bethany Thayer, RDN, MS, director of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at Henry Ford … Continue reading 7 Unusual Signs of Iron Deficiency
Source: Research: TV Food Advertisements Promote Unhealthy Diets by Dr. Edward Group Shocking new research published earlier this year in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association reveals that consuming only the foods most heavily advertised on television makes for an unhealthy diet. All jokes aside, the details that the research provides about just how unhealthy a … Continue reading Research: TV Food Advertisements Promote Unhealthy Diets
Source: How to Perform the Iodine Patch Test by Dr. Edward Group Iodine is one of the building blocks the thyroid uses to produce the hormones necessary for proper metabolic function. As you might guess, without enough iodine, you can experience a number of problems, such as hypothyroidism. One of the most popular ways to test for iodine deficiency is … Continue reading How to Perform the Iodine Patch Test
Source: Pepsi Swaps Aspartame for Sucralose: Is It Worth It? by Dr. Edward Group Soda is hugely popular and many people are addicted to its sweet taste and fizzy texture. It’s a big source of calories from refined sugar in the form of high fructose corn syrup. Diet sodas, which have artificial sweeteners instead of sugar, are said … Continue reading Pepsi Swaps Aspartame for Sucralose: Is It Worth It?
Source: New Study Suggests Vitamin D is Better than Vaccines at Preventing Flu by Dr. Edward Group The Times of London recently published an article covering the effects of Vitamin D in children as a flu preventative . Researchers at Japan’s Jikei University School of Medicine in Tokyo conducted the double blind, fully randomized study during the … Continue reading New Study Suggests Vitamin D is Better than Vaccines at Preventing Flu
Source: Selenium and Cell Function: Is Selenium an Antioxidant? by Dr. Edward Group The element selenium (Se) is a powerful antioxidant and an important micronutrient that’s absolutely essential for human health. Selenium deficiency is a problem that leads to a variety of serious health complications.[3, 4]Fortunately, many foods offer a sufficient amount of selenium; as a bonus, most of the best are … Continue reading Selenium and Cell Function: Is Selenium an Antioxidant?