In November 2012, the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology published a paper titled Long Term Toxicity of Roundup Herbicide and a Roundup-Tolerant genetically modified maize by Gilles-Eric Seralini and his team of researchers at France’s Caen University. (source) It was a very significant study that made a lot of noise worldwide, the first of its kind under controlled conditions that examined the possible effects of a GMO maize diet treated with Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide.
After the research was completed, it went through rigorous reviews, as well as a four month review process by scientists and researchers. It was eventually approved and published, only to be retracted by request of the Journal. Although hundreds of scientists around the world condemned the retraction, and the researchers addressed the criticisms, it was to no avail. Continue reading →
If you’re connected to natural health circles, you’ve probably been privy to a lot of the buzz about fluoride (it’s a subject that just doesn’t seem to permanently go away). Years ago it began as concern among health-conscious people about the substance’s presence in toothpaste. Apparently, toothpaste manufacturers were paying attention; In the past it was nearly impossible to find toothpastes free of sodium fluoride, but luckily that trend has reversed. Continue reading →
In 2014, Israel ended the process of fluoridating water. Israel joined most of the other wealthy Western countries in not adding fluoride to the public water supply. In fact, over 97% of the population of Europe lives in a non-fluoridated area.
Why is Israel stopping the process of fluoridation of the water supply? The answer is simple: The Israeli health ministry realizes that there is no data that adding fluoride to the water supply has any health benefit and they understand that water fluoridation is harmful. Continue reading →
Healthy skepticism needed for some scientific claims.
Independent researchers couldn’t reproduce the findings of more than half of 100 experiments previously published in three prominent psychology journals, a new review reports.
This review should fuel skepticism over scientific claims, particularly if those claims are based on shaky statistics, said one of the new study’s authors, Brian Nosek, a professor of psychology at the University of Virginia. Nosek is also executive director of the Center for Open Science, the non-profit group that coordinated the project. Continue reading →
Kick these surprising habits to keep colds, flu and other bugs at bay.
Muscle Up Your Immunity
Staying healthy isn’t just about using hand sanitizer and avoiding coughing co-workers.
It turns out some pretty surprising daily habits—like how you fight with your husband or whether you stay up late for Letterman—can impact how well your body fends off colds, flu and other pesky bugs. Here’s a list of science-backed tips to add to your stay-healthy arsenal today. Continue reading →
Editor’s NOTE: The time of this writing was 2003. Dr. Kelley passed in January of 2005. (J.B.)
Dr. Kelley developed the Kelley Nutritional-Metabolic Cancer Program in the 1960s which involves four major components: pancreatic enzymes, nutrition, detoxification and spirituality. The Kelley Program defines cancer according to Dr. Beard’s theory that states that cancer is a normal, necessary part of life.
Dr. William Donald Kelley, an orthodontist from Washington State, developed the Kelley Nutritional-Metabolic Cancer Program in the 1960s. In the 1960s Dr. Kelley was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, he developed this program, cured himself and is still alive today, forty years later. He then taught other cancer patients his program, which has had phenomenal results leading to complete cures in many cancer patients. In 1970, Dr. Kelley was convicted of practicing medicine without a license and in 1976 a court suspended his dental license for five years. Despite his hardships with conventional medicine, he continues to help cancer patients by teaching them his program. Continue reading →
A new study based on genetic testing of 150,000 people has found a rare mutation that protects even fat people from getting Type 2 diabetes. The effect is so pronounced — the mutation reduces risk by two-thirds — that it provides a promising new target for developing a drug to mimic the mutation’s effect.
The mutation destroys a gene used by pancreas cells where insulin is made. Those with the mutation seem to make slightly more insulin and have slightly lower blood glucose levels for their entire lives. Continue reading →
We who have done our homework, constantly struggle to convince those who have not, that the very people they trust via elections or government appointment, are in fact complicit with Big Pharma in heinous crimes of willful negligence being perpetrated against an unsuspecting (majority of) humanity, for reasons of greed, self promotion or something even more sinister. Continue reading →
The right foods will help you use your brain to the max, and the more you use it, the more you’ll challenge your brain to grow new cells, create new connections, and improve your problem-solving and memory functions.
Before I tell you about the many great foods that will keep your brain performing at its peak, remember — eat organic foods that are fresh and as close to their natural state as possible. Also, drink plenty of pure, clean water, which is 85% of your brain’s weight. Continue reading →
Have a home spa day and soak away aches, pains, harmful toxins, pesticides and heavy metals
Due to many recent scientific studies, we are more alert about the importance of body detoxification. Just like a car needing a routine oil change, our bodies need to be relieved of overburdening toxins. Though our bodies discharge waste products daily, not all of them are excreted. There are always remnants of unabsorbed nutrients that turn into toxins overtime. It’s absolutely essential to eliminate built up toxins. Accumulated toxins will cause headaches, fatigue and various chronic diseases. Continue reading →
Studies also show side effects including drowsiness, fainting and nausea
A tablet of flibanserin sits on a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals in the company’s Raleigh, N.C., headquarters on June 22, 2015. PHOTO: ALLEN G. BREED/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Food and Drug Administration approved on Tuesday the first pill designed to boost sexual desire in women, but studies show some serious side effects, including drowsiness, fainting and nausea.
The little pink pill, often dubbed “Viagra for women,” in clinical studies had a modest effect in boosting women’s interest in sex. But there are “serious risks” of low-blood pressure and fainting with the drug, especially when taken while drinking alcohol, an FDA analysis said. Continue reading →
A book with over 50 years of planning for 33,000 patients and developing the scientific paradigm for the proper cure and treatment of cancer – and so much more.
“In our time there will never be a cure for heart disease or for cancer because there’s just too much money in it for the elite. Between the AMA, the hospitals, pharmaceutical and drug manufacturers, the money wheel never stops turning – and those who suffer needlessly are bankrupted.” – Dr. William D. Kelley
In this updated and greatly expanded book, Dr. William D. Kelley teaches that, not only is there a recognized cure for cancer – but that cancer is preventable! Continue reading →
~ Forewords ~
As I continue to pour over the archives of the papers of Dr. William Donald Kelley, I keep finding these little gems of wisdom – from HIStory. Enjoy and become enlightened. (J.B.)
As I sit here today writing this message to you, looking back forty-one years ago where this part of the story began, I must admit having terminal pancreatic cancer has been a blessing to me and thousands who have crossed my path on their way to vibrant health.
Today I received a letter in the mail from Dr. Ray Lindquest dated January 3, 2003 which said in part. Continue reading →
I found this in my HEALTH file and thought it might be a good item to share with folks who are trying to get the AMA and Big PHARMA out of their lives. I’ve posted a great deal about changing your pH to the alkaline level – that is KEY in my life. I also make use of the herbs (stinging nettle is my medicine during the time of tree pollen which bothers me).
I would also suggest that you learn how to make use of muscle testing to see what herbs you need. If you aren’t aware of this testing – email me and I will send you links to help you – or – simply do a net search for MUSCLE TESTING.
Cucumber is a widely cultivated plant in the gourd family, Cucurbitaceae. It is a creeping vine that bears cylindrical fruits that are used as culinary vegetables. There are three main varieties of cucumber: slicing, pickling, and burpless – and they are for more than just eating…
Endocrinology is a specialty of medicine; some would say a sub-specialty of internal medicine, which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases related to hormones.
Endocrinology covers such human functions as the coordination of metabolism, respiration, reproduction, sensory perception, and movement. Endocrinology also focuses on the endocrine glands and tissues that secrete hormones.
The word “endocrinology” comes from the Greek endon meaning “within”, and the Greek krinein meaning “to separate”. Continue reading →
Coca-cola is over 120 years old. Only seven people in the history of the world have known the Coke formula. No matter how large, corporations are great at keeping secrets. Drug giant Eli Lilly is no exception. While working as an organic chemist, I was appalled to learn how they methodically kept natural remedies from the watchful eye of the media, especially when it involved effective cancer fighters like Madagascar periwinkle. Continue reading →
In reality, a person very rarely dies of cancer. It is always starvation and toxicity. As the malignant tumor grows it gives off waste products, which must be eliminated through the colon, liver, kidneys, lungs and skin. These waste products accumulate and gradually overburden the body. Most persons then die of toxemia.
Before any disease can be cured, the waste products and impurities must be cleansed from the body. The sooner this is done, the sooner the body can begin repairing itself. Continue reading →
When it comes to treating pain and chronic disease, many doctors are turning to treatments like acupuncture and meditation—but using them as part of a larger, integrative approach to health.
Back in the 1990s, the word “alternative” was a synonym for hip and forward-thinking. There was alternative music and alternative energy; there were even high-profile alternative presidential candidates like Ross Perot and Ralph Nader. That was the decade when doctors started to realize just how many Americans were using alternative medicine, starting with a 1993 paper published in The New England Journal of Medicine. The paper reported that one in three Americans were using some kind of “unconventional therapy.” Only 28 percent of them were telling their primary-care doctors about it. Continue reading →
I’m certain if you were to poll women and ask whether they’d rather have lawns with no weeds or be able to keep their breasts, the answer would be the latter! And yet billions of tons of pesticides are spread all over our lawns, on our kids’ soccer fields, at our parks and on our crops, regardless of the mounting scientific evidence that directly links these toxic chemicals to breast cancer and other types of cancers.
Here’s a list of harmful but common chemicals found in our food, food packaging, food containers, and water supply as well as some ways to avoid or limit your exposure. Continue reading →
“Chemotherapy drugs are derived from World War I nerve gas chemicals.” ~ Nick Gonzalez
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez was a tireless physician for those left behind by Western medicine. In fact, his success with ‘terminal’ cancer patients was second to none. Despite all the ridicule and vicious attacks leveled against him over the years, Dr. Gonzalez remained steadfast in his beliefs, caring for and supporting those in need.
Dr. Gonzalez was a staunch supporter of medical freedom and informed consent. Unlike the conventional cancer industry and its fear tactics, Dr. Gonzalez NEVER tried to convince someone to accept his therapy over standard medical treatments like, surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. Continue reading →
Skull on fire, writhing in pain, one journalist tells his own story about the onset of searing headaches and the feeling of being “hit over the head with a rod of steel.” That’s how journalist Adam Estes described the mysterious “bolts of pain” that shot from the top of his neck and across his skull.
The pain was debilitating and confusing. He was never physically attacked or hit across the head. He hadn’t been in a car accident. He didn’t have a sports injury. The pain stemmed from something much simpler, something right under his nose. It all had to do with his posture. Continue reading →
Recent breakthroughs in cancer treatment come with a hefty price tag.
In 2014, virtually every new cancer-treatment drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration was priced at more than $120,000 a year, according to a new study. And the cost for each additional year lived by a patient as a result of new drugs soared from $54,000 in 1995 to $207,000 in 2013. Continue reading →
How perfumed toiletries—particularly douches—lead to dangerously high levels of chemicals in the body
In a 2010 ad, feminine-hygiene purveyor Summer’s Eve seemed to suggest that using its products will lead to getting a raise. The next year, the company sparked an outcry when a series of its commercials featured stereotypically black and Latina voices—the latter actually cried, “Ay-yai-yai!”
Douche-makers might be running out of ways to make American women want to irrigate their nether regions. By now, the science is clear that shooting scented water into your ladyparts doesn’t prevent or treat infections. In fact, it only promotes yeast or bacterial overgrowth because it disturbs the normal vaginal ecosystem. The practice has also been linked to infertility and a greater risk of STDs. Continue reading →
Below is a clip taken from the “One More Girl” documentary, a film regarding the Gardasil vaccine, which was designed to prevent Human Papillomavirus. In it, Dr. Peter Rost, MD, a former vice president of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world (Pfizer), shares the truth about the ties between the medical and pharmaceutical industry. Continue reading →
Patients mourn the loss of a compassionate, innovative doctor who helped thousands heal from cancer.
Holistic cancer treatment pioneer Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez died earlier this morning, apparently from a heart attack, according to reports Natural News has received from close friends. Dr. Gonzalez is best known as a pioneering holistic cancer treatment doctor who helped many thousands of people overcome cancer through the use of complementary and holistic treatment protocols.
“It is with great sadness that the office of Nicholas J. Gonzalez, M.D. relays news of his untimely death on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The cause of death was cardiac related, it appears, as he suddenly collapsed and was unable to be revived. Dr. Gonzalez was in excellent health otherwise so his passing is quite unexpected,” reports the Dr. Gonzalez website. Continue reading →