The choices that a cancer patient makes are the single biggest choices of their life. Nothing compares because the further they get down this road called life, the more reality sets in and they realize what they had been doing is just not working as they had expected it to.
I think it’s pretty obvious to most of us that they have been hammering us with conventional medicines barbaric choices of chop, burn, or poison for way too long. If these had any real success what so ever, we would not even be having this discussion on what to do when you have cancer.
For the past 65 years, we have been observing a losing battle against cancer when they have been promising us a “cure” all along… Continue reading →
When Jennifer Cordts noticed a slight redness on the side of one of her breasts two years ago, she had a feeling that she should be concerned. But when she visited her doctors and subsequently got a mammogram, she was told that it was nothing. There was, after all, no sign of a lump or a tumor. One doctor, in fact, suggested her bra might be too small. Another put her on a course of antibiotics. But time went on and the red mark that looked a bit like sunburn did not go away… Continue reading →
There is no doubt there is an epidemic of thyroid disorders right now and they are on the rise. It seems that the great majority of women have some degree of thyroid dysfunction. Unfortunately, medical doctors do not look for the cause of hypo or hyperthyroidism and prescribe a medication, which masks the actual cause of thyroid issue leading to a worsening of symptoms over time. Continue reading →
Most potatoes we eat today have 100 percent less vitamin A than potatoes did in the 1950s. One hundred percent. That may sound unbelievable, but it doesn’t end there.
An analysis of nutritional records done by Canada’s national newspaper found that potatoes also lost 57 percent of their vitamin C and iron, 50 percent of their riboflavin, 28 percent of their calcium, and 18 percent of their thiamine. Of the seven nutrients analyzed to determine nutrient density, only niacin levels increased in potatoes in the past 50-60 years. Continue reading →
Alternative to removal surgery lets sufferers continue to have sex
A penis cancer cure that allows sufferers to continue to have sex after treatment has been revealed by scientists.
Men with penis cancer routinely have part or all of their genitals removed by surgery to cure their disease.
Yet, an alternative treatment with brachytherapy, a type of radiotherapy, may help sufferers beat cancer and keep their penis intact. A study of more than 200 men with penis cancer found that 79 per cent of patients that opted for brachytherapy survived at least ten years after treatment. Continue reading →
7 Amazing Diabetic Foods that Don’t Feel “Healthy”
When you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, figuring out the diabetic foods you’re allowed to eat (and want to) can be a challenge. I’m a firm believer in foods that fill the gap. Not just fill you up but actually satisfy. These are foods that give you more than a meal item. If you have… (Continue reading)
Is Pink Himalayan Salt Better Than Regular Salt?
Little research on pink Himalayan salt exists, and other people insist that these extravagant health claims are nothing more than speculation. Although the previous description of the following column will lead you to believe that what you are about to read is negative – don’t let that fool you… (Continue reading)
How Energy Drink Makers are Causing Overdoses and Deaths
On April 26, 2017, a 16-year-old South Carolina high school student died after drinking Mountain Dew, a McDonald’s latte and an energy drink all within two hours. His death was ruled a caffeine-induced arrhythmia. Tragedies like the death of David Allen Cripe are becoming all too common in all age groups, and the cause may be… (Continue reading)
Mushroom Powders Linked To Heart Health Benefits
Lady who’s been eating chia seeds and spirulina for 20 YEARS has boundless energy, glowing skin… and doesn’t even have a doctor. The idea of no doctor in and unto itself is reason enough to read this… (Continue reading)
Tomatoes, watermelon, grapefruit and oily fish: The foods that scientists believe could reduce children’s asthma flare-ups this winter
A healthy lifestyle is a well-known preventative measure for child asthma sufferers, but specific foods and antioxidants have been identified as more helpful than others. Lycopene, a naturally occurring chemical found in tomatoes, watermelon and grapefruit, has been identified as one of the key antioxidants that help with the body’s reaction to colds and flu… (Continue reading)
Water, Energy, and the Perils of Dehydration
What if water, plain and simple, was the most critically lacking substance for energy and health promotion in the modern lifestyle?… (Continue reading)
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Homeopathy is a safe and gentle medicine that effectively treats a variety of dis-eases with zero side effects. Homeopathic remedies have no known interaction with any medication. It is a system of medicine that is safe for everyone – from the elderly to pregnant women to infants. Even pets and livestock can heal with homeopathy! Unlike herbal medicine or nutritional medicine, homeopathy works only with energy. This is a medicine that heals by stimulating the vital force of the organism. The vital force is the great intelligence of the body, it organizes our cells, and governs all of our growth and development. It is when the intelligence of the vital force is deranged that chronic dis-ease occurs. Continue reading →
I try to mostly write stories that are positive and filled with hope. Not because I don’t have times of deep pain and loss, but because it’s where I try to stay in my thoughts and in my heart… even when it’s not easy. That being said, sometimes it’s hard to find the positive in a story… Continue reading →
It happens more often than you can imagine, but more Doctors are finally getting caught in the act of misrepresenting their oath and fraudulently diagnosing healthy patients with cancer to turn a quick buck from kickbacks on chemotherapy poisons.
Why shouldn’t Doctors lie when the entire cancer industry is one gigantic fabrication from start to finish?
Is it any wonder that cancer societies worldwide put a far greater financial initiative on chemotherapy and radiation research than disease prevention techniques? Preventing disease doesn’t make money, but treating disease certainly does. Continue reading →
Publisher’s NOTE:Over the past eight-plus months, we have continued to read many stories about the problems with water all over this nation. Some of what is posted below, includes a degree of repetition, however it is worth expanding on this horrible situation – as it DOES affect the health of each and everyone of us. There is an old saying that, “you are what you eat.” Now it becomes important to NOT become what you drink. ~ J.B.
Every state in the nation has breached the Safe Drinking Water Act combining in 80,000 safety violations affecting 77 million people’s drinking water.
A report by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) found that 15 percent of those offenses were health-based contamination, including lead, copper, arsenic or cancer-causing poisons.
These pollutants can lead to liver and kidney damage, cancer and birth defects. Lead exposure is especially detrimental to children with possible learning disabilities and damage to the central nervous system. Continue reading →
Pancreatic cancer is the ninth most common cancer death in women and the fourth in terms of both men and women. According to recent research the five year survival rate for those diagnosed early is only 8% and this drops to 3% for those diagnosed at an advanced stage. This is mainly due to the fact that this type of cancer is extremely difficult to diagnose and is usually discovered when it’s advanced to an almost incurable stage. Continue reading →
Besides being a substance that is almost impossible to pronounce, Methylsulfonylmethane (abbreviated to MSM) is often misunderstood in terms of how it specifically can help the body. It is becoming clear, however, that sulfur supplementation is a necessity in our increasingly toxic world. In addition, current research is discovering the role MSM can play in preventing cancer and even shrinking tumors. Continue reading →
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic sulfur compound and dietary derivative of DMSO, which the body needs to enhance cell restoration.
DMSO is an old fashioned “folk remedy” which has been around for over 35 years, and has been widely used as an effective treatment for reduction of arthritis pain and improved skin softness. MSM, extracted from DMSO, has been extensively tested on both animals and humans (even my wife thinks I’m an animal), and has been awarded 16 different patents. At one time, Kettle Moraine, Ltd. was proud to have made this truly astounding product available to our listeners, but as the world caught on to the overall health benefits of MSM – it became no longer possible to make the product available to our customers at a competitive cost. Because of the fact that MSM has absolutely no harmful side effects and is as totally safe to use as water, MSM can be safely given to young children, teenagers, adults and senior citizens. But there is a lot more to the MSM story – including my personal story… Continue reading →
It may show up decades before disease is diagnosed, say researchers
Getting lost could be an early sign that Alzheimer’s disease might affect you later in life, according to new research.
The Prevent project, based at Edinburgh University, aims to understand early biological and clinical markers to identify risks in young people and to help prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia.
The study, funded by the Alzheimer’s Society, suggests that poor navigational skills could be linked to the disease.
‘Alzheimer’s is considered to be a disease of memory but we now think from our early work that the difficulty people are really having – at least to begin with – is not to do with declining memories but to do with their declining ability to visualise the location of objects or themselves,’ said Karen Ritchie, one of the researchers, according to The Guardian. Continue reading →
Dr. Sherrill Sellman’s book, “What Women Must Know To Protect Their Daughters From Breast Cancer“, says, “Breast cancer will always be a tragedy that befalls a woman. It tears at the very fabric of a woman’s life rippling out to touch all those in her word. The fears, uncertainties, and pain are deeply and profoundly shared by family, friends and co-workers. It is even a greater tragedy when young women are faced with this crisis because the tumors tend to be more aggressive. Young women also have to face the grim reality of a more advanced cancer at the time of diagnosis and higher mortality rates. Not one of them ever suspected, at their age, they would be become a breast cancer statistic. A breast cancer diagnosis always comes as a shock; no one ever expects it, especially young, vibrant and seemingly healthy women.” Continue reading →
Regular low doses of THC dramatically boosted memory and learning in older mice, say scientists, who plan a clinical trial in humans later this year
Older mice given THC improved so much that their performance in tests matched those of healthy drug-free young mice – and benefits lasted for weeks after the infusions ended.
Researchers have come up with an unusual proposal to slow, or even reverse, the cognitive decline that comes with old age: small, daily doses of cannabis extract.
The idea emerged from tests on mice which found that regular, low doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis – impaired memory and learning in young animals, but boosted the performance of old ones. Continue reading →
Today, 2.7% of teens struggle with an eating disorder. Eating disorders have become an epidemic, with 20% of all college students claiming to either be currently struggling with an eating disorder or previously struggled with one. While both of these statistics are concerning, the death toll is terrifying. ANAD, an anorexia research group, states that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness.
If an eating disorder ends up being diagnosed in a child, many parents feel lost as the general consensus is that patients can only heal if they want to be healed and that treatment should not be pursued until the patient chooses it. I believe that only going forward with treatment if the patient wants it is severely dangerous and that parents should look into the Maudsley Approach as a possible treatment option for their child. Continue reading →
“In my view, the situation is almost beyond repair. We need to do something drastic.” ~ Dr. Stephanie Seneff, PhD
Why? Evidence points to glyphosate toxicity from the overuse of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide on our food.
For over three decades, Stephanie Seneff, PhD, has researched biology and technology, over the years publishing over 170 scholarly peer-reviewed articles. In recent years she has concentrated on the relationship between nutrition and health, tackling such topics as Alzheimer’s, autism, and cardiovascular diseases, as well as the impact of nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins on human health. Continue reading →
American health care is in a truly deplorable state. Along with virtually everything else in our collapsing society, the American people are increasingly held captive to the barbaric whims and dictates of a ruling establishment, which holds nothing sacred, and which has acquired unprecedented amounts of wealth and power. Consequently, it was inevitable that in our health care system, the patient would become a mere commodity, to be used solely for purposes of research and profit maximization. Continue reading →
American health care is in a truly deplorable state. Along with virtually everything else in our collapsing society, the American people are increasingly held captive to the barbaric whims and dictates of a ruling establishment, which holds nothing sacred, and which has acquired unprecedented amounts of wealth and power. Consequently, it was inevitable that in our health care system, the patient would become a mere commodity, to be used solely for purposes of research and profit maximization.
In any discussion regarding the current state of health care in America, it is illustrative to use as benchmarks, two of the most prestigious medical institutions in New York City: Memorial Sloan Kettering and Weill Cornell Medical Center… Continue reading →
If you’re in your 50s or younger, then you have grown up in the “era of mass vaccines.” Since the 1950s, the number of recommended and required vaccine shots has gone up by close to 414 percent. Now there is dozens of shots per year on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) vaccine schedule — not just for children but for adults as well.
But how did the current CDC vaccine schedule come into existence in the first place? Here is a basic rundown of how U.S. vaccine policy has developed during the past 60 years. Continue reading →
Top dietitian JANE CLARKE reveals what to eat (and what to avoid) to beat the disease
The Mediterranean Diet has recently been found to reduce the risk of contracting one of the most dangerous forms of breast cancer by 40 per cent
There doesn’t seem to be a day that passes without a new cancer statistic being published — one of the most alarming from recent years is that one in two of us will go on to develop the disease.
It makes so many of us feel vulnerable, and naturally we want to know what — if anything — we can do to protect ourselves. As a dietitian and nutritionist for the past 25 years, I have treated hundreds of people, young and old and often a key question, even if I was seeing them for a different issue entirely, was what we should and shouldn’t eat to reduce the likelihood of developing cancer, and how can food help us fight the disease if we are diagnosed? Continue reading →
Many of us suffer from bad breath, cracked lips and agonising headaches. But they could all be a sign of something much more sinister.
These are just three of the common signs of vitamin or mineral deficiencies, experts have warned on the back of a new poll of 2,000 adults.
Other issues which could point to an insufficient diet include thinning hair, a lower libido, white spots on your nails, dandruff, stress and even dry skin. The findings, commissioned by Healthspan, showed six in ten adults are clueless about signs that could show they are suffering from a deficiency.
But according to Rob Hobson, a London-based nutritionist, adding more spring greens, red meat and nuts to your diet could help combat any distressing symptoms. Continue reading →
A rambunctious seven-year-old Ohio boy was taken from his parents after they refused to have him diagnosed with a mental disorder and put on psychoactive drugs.
Katie Maple knows how to deal with her son, Camden. When he gets bored, he acts out and becomes boisterous, as she puts it, “like children sometimes do.” But at the Bowman Primary School in Lebanon, they don’t know how to deal with Camden, so they demanded the parents force him to undergo a mental evaluation and be placed on drugs to make him more manageable.
The district won’t comment on Camden’s case, but here’s Katie’s side of the story: Continue reading →