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Most of us take for granted the luxury of thinking about our favorite meal, then going home and making it.
For diabetics, that last meal may be the last time you enjoyed your favorite foods, like brownies or a slice of apple pie, without worrying about dizziness, fatigue, or a trip to the emergency room. If you feel like you’ve been swimming upstream in your efforts to get your blood sugar under control, a new study out of Harvard University is downright fishy — for all the right reasons. Continue reading
Statins are the most commonly prescribed medicine in Britain
Sir William Osler, the “father of modern medicine”, said that what distinguished humans from animals was the desire to take medicine. Osler died in 1919, but, like most of his brilliant aphorisms, it is still true, with the added development that now many of us take pills even if there’s nothing wrong with us. He also thought one of the first duties of the physician was to educate people not to take medicine. That idea, that medicines are potentially dangerous and should be avoided if possible, has gone out of the window – and that is a pity. Continue reading
“Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution the time will come when medicine will organize itself into an undercover dictatorship. To restrict the art of healing to doctors and deny equal privileges to others will constitute the Bastille of medical science. All such laws are un-American and despotic.” ~ Attributed to Dr. Benjamin Rush, Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Benjamin Rush accurately foretold a grave possibility facing Americans today, namely, that the art and science of healing be restricted to a select class of allopathic physicians, who have the sole legal right to recommend and administer medicines, and whose pharmacopeia excludes – as a matter of principle – all the healing foods, vitamins and herbs which have been used safely and effectively for countless millennia in the prevention and treatment of disease. Continue reading
It leaves people bed-bound and drives some to suicide, but there’s little research money devoted to the disease. Now, change is coming, thanks to the patients themselves. Continue reading
I was diagnosed with a cancer with a death rate of 99%. I also just published a novel. And the two have become eerily similar.
Six months ago I was discovered to have the tumor Glioblastoma Multiforme living inside my skull. At the same time my new novel Nod was approaching publication in North America. As both the disease and my novel progressed I began to notice eerie similarities between the two, even down to the physical similarity between the eye on the book’s cover and an image of the tumor itself, with its vein-like tendrils spreading out across my brain. Continue reading
With $100 billion a year now being spent on toxic chemotherapy treatments that damage patients and cause “chemo brain” side effects, a panel of cancer experts commissioned by the National Cancer Institute publicly admitted two years ago that tens of millions of “cancer cases” aren’t cancer at all.
Tens of millions of people who have been diagnosed with “cancer” by crooked oncologists — and scared into medically unjustified but extremely profitable chemotherapy treatments — never had any sort of life-threatening condition to begin with, scientists have confirmed. Continue reading
We mostly see them as flavorants, as the little jars of powder that line our cabinets and the bags of dried roots, barks, and leaves tucked away in drawers, designed to subtly or drastically alter the flavor profile of our “smart fuel” creations in the kitchen, but for most of human history, spices were also prized for their medicinal qualities. Turmeric for GI disorders and inflammation. Chili peppers for pain management. Ginger for diarrhea. These aren’t just exaggerated cases of “folk medicine” or “old wives’ tales,” either. Current research has confirmed that many common spices do indeed have medicinal properties. One of the most beneficial is also the most common: cinnamon.
It’s important to realize that there are multiple varieties of cinnamon. Continue reading
In 2006, the National Cancer Institute took the rare step of issuing a “clinical announcement,” a special alert it holds in reserve for advances so important that they should change medical practice.
In this case, the subject was ovarian cancer. A major study had just proved that pumping chemotherapy directly into the abdomen, along with the usual intravenous method, could add 16 months or more to women’s lives. Cancer experts agreed that medical practice should change — immediately. Continue reading
“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
Almonds boost male fertility: Eating seven nuts a day could improve a man’s sperm count and quality
Eating seven nuts a day could improve a man’s sperm count and quality, say Italian doctors.
They are testing the theory in a trial of 100 men being treated for infertility at a hospital in Turin. Continue reading
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric disorder in children. The condition can range from mild to severe, and usually involves not only inattention, but also difficulty controlling behavior.
Between the years of 2003 and 2011, ADHD diagnosis grew by 42%. Continue reading
Many Americans do not understand the importance of magnesium in the same way they understand calcium or iron, for instance. Nonetheless, adequate magnesium levels are crucial for brain, cardiac and muscle function and it is needed, along with silica and Vitamins D and K to promote bone health. Magnesium deficiency is more common than many people suspect, and below are 5 warning signs that could indicate a deficiency in this important mineral. Continue reading
About one-third of the world’s crops depend on the honeybees for pollination. The past decades honeybees have been dying at an alarming rate. Fewer bees will eventually lead to less availability of our favorite whole foods and it will also drive up the prices of many of the fruits and veggies we eat on a daily basis.
While some actions have been taken in the past, our bees are still dying and something needs to be done to make sure our most favorite foods don’t go into extinction. Continue reading
Monsanto hid evidence for 40 years while lying to and defrauding Americans, FOIA documents show
The downfall of the Monsanto chemical empire could go down in history as having had its official launch in 2015, the year that its flagship herbicide Roundup was found by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be a probable cause of cancer in humans. 2015 is also the year that it was revealed that Monsanto has been hiding the dirty details of this deadly chemical formula from regulatory authorities for nearly four decades. Continue reading
During my university years, I used to frustrate my parents by throwing away egg yolks and eating only the whites. No worries, I thought, as my parents just didn’t know enough to realize that I was reducing my risk of heart disease by avoiding cholesterol. Looking back, I’m sure that my parents were wondering how I could so easily toss away precious egg yolks that they were able afford only a few times a year when they lived in Korea.
Today, I am grateful to have a better understanding of the relationship between cholesterol and health. How about you? Are you afraid of having high cholesterol? Are you throwing away egg yolks because you think they’re bad for your health? Are you taking cholesterol-lowering medication or considering starting on one? Continue reading
A gang of 14 state attorneys general, led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, has threatened to file a class action lawsuit against the dietary supplement industry for supposedly selling herbal products that don’t contain the listed ingredients.
According to Reuters, an investigation led by New York’s Schneiderman turned up results suggesting that dietary supplements sold by four major U.S. retailers, GNC Holdings Inc, Target Corp, Walgreens and Walmart Stores Inc, failed to meet efficacy standards, because they allegedly do not contain some or all of the plant materials listed on their labels. Continue reading
Although Americans have been repeatedly told that heart disease and cancer are the two leading causes of death in the US, in fact conventional medicine is the leading cause of death today!
Carolyn Dean MD, ND, and Trueman Tuck, a Legal and Political Rights advocate, authored the no-holds-barred book in 2005: Death by Modern Medicine, which deconstructs modern medicine with the precision of a skilled surgeon removing a deadly cancerous tumor. The book clearly shows via the “Allopathic Investment Industry’s” own data that modern medicine is a scourge on humanity, a black plague, a hidden pandemic. The truth is it’s a monopoly that operates like a mafia and thrives on sickness while discouraging wellness – especially disease prevention. Continue reading
Seniors represent only 13% of the population, but they take over 40% of pharmaceutical drugs in the US. In the UK, 45% of prescriptions are doled out to individuals over the age of 65 years. The practice of polypharmacy has never been more acute than it is in the modern era. So why are we drugging the elderly so profoundly? Continue reading
The story of Daraprim’s huge price hike is part of a trend of exorbitant pharmaceutical pricing.
The drug company Turing Pharmaceuticals is under fire after a New York Times article published Sunday detailing how it raised the price of a toxoplasmosis drug by more than 5,000 percent after acquiring the drug in August. One tablet of Daraprim used to cost $13.50; now, after its acquisition by Turing, it costs $750 per tablet. Continue reading
A reexamination of old data for Paxil found that the antidepressant is more dangerous than the authors let on. How much harm has been done in the 14 years since it was published?
Sara Bostock once sent me a picture of her and her daughter Cecily in happier times, and it’s a happy shot indeed: Mother and daughter, 40-something and 20-something, outdoors in the sun, looking radiant. With their beaming smiles—the same smile, really, for they look so alike—they appear thrilled to be mother and daughter.
One night in 2002, a couple years after that photo was taken, Sara woke in the night thinking she’d heard a bump in her kitchen. When she went to investigate, she found her 25-year-old daughter on the kitchen floor in a pool of blood. Next to Cecily on the floor was a large and bloody chef’s knife. In her chest were two knife wounds. One was shallow; the other was fatally deep.
Sara Bostock has always thought that her daughter was killed that night by an antidepressant called Paxil. Continue reading
(VIDEO) For being one of the only government-approved treatment options for cancer, chemotherapy has a pitifully dismal success rate. Chemotherapy fails upwards of 93 percent of the time depending on which study you look at; some studies show a failure rate of between 97 and 98 percent. Despite this, the cancer industry would have us all believe that it’s the only tried-and-true lifeline for cancer patients.
Many oncologists chide the notion that Rick Simpson’s “Phoenix Tears” cannabis oil or the Gerson Institute’s Gerson Therapy have any therapeutic potential whatsoever in mitigating cancer. Yet at the very same time, these same oncologists will scare patients into signing up for chemotherapy regimens even when their chances of survival on this antiquated protocol are next to nil. Continue reading
NOTE: Posted from a Blog. Great information, but better editing should have been done. Syntax issues – but run with it. I’ll take the dandelions – thank you very much. (Ed.)
Actually what we understood about weeds, it is simply any plant that’s growing where you don’t want it to. It might be surprised you that, some weeds in your own yard can actually be beneficial.
Its been many years, man has depend on nature to cure disease. In the last decade particularly, medicinal plants have been used more and popularity of plant medicines such as dandelions, Stinging nettles, ibogaine and cannabis making headlines for their powerful healing abilities against some of today’s most prominent illnesses. Continue reading
This peer reviewed study should have set alarm bells ringing across America! Originally published in mid 2012 … I don’t even remember hearing about it. The main stream media certainly did not take the football and run with it.
TLB intentionally digs up and re-publishes vital and pertinent articles and information that are seriously (intentionally) overlooked by the powers that be … but vital to We The People in our ongoing fight to remain free and healthy. This despite the tyranny constantly being forced into our brains, and down our throats. This is one such topic. Continue reading
Toothache pain can be extremely distracting and often become a sufferer’s sole area of focus. The time between experiencing toothache pain and seeing an emergency dentist can be excruciating. Tooth pain happens when the nerve is inflamed. Generally this occurs due to compromised enamel which is allowing material to enter directly into the pulp. Here are 12 home remedies for toothache pain. Continue reading
The sun has set, your eyes are heavy and all signs point towards you falling asleep. You get into bed for what you hope will be a restful evening so you can be energized in the morning, but instead you’re left tossing and turning all night. Not only do you wake up the next day groggy, but this vicious cycle continues night after night.
Lack of sleep impairs your energy levels, but it can also have serious health consequences; therefore, it’s important that you get to the bottom of your sleep predicament. Continue reading
Using statistical software about eight years ago, the CDC estimated the number of people in the United States that were living with cancer. The CDC calls people living with cancer “cancer survivors” rather than “cancer victims,” and for the 30 years leading up to 2001, the number of cancer survivors in the US increased nearly seven million, but how? We, as Americans, are consuming MORE toxic food, more toxic water and putting more dangerous chemicals on our skin. Let’s take a look. Continue reading
From sage to sesame seeds, a new book by one of Britain’s leading cancer surgeons is the definitive guide.
Breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women. With 55,000 cases diagnosed every year, an estimated 1 in 8 women face the prospect of developing the disease at some point in their lives.
As consultant breast cancer surgeon at London’s Royal Free Hospital, I know first-hand the impact of this illness on women and their families. But avoiding it isn’t just about luck.
I have become increasingly convinced that diet and lifestyle play a part in the development of breast cancer. Making changes really can reduce your risk. Continue reading
Children’s crayons and toy crime scene kits have been found to contain the cancer causing chemical asbestos.
Crayons affected include Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Saban’s Power Rangers Super Megaforce and those made by Amscan.
Of 28 boxes of crayons tested, four contained the potentially deadly chemical. Continue reading