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Hidden Dangers Of Mainstream Mouthwash

Posted on October 25, 2009 at 5:08 PM

I discovered long ago that practically everything mainstream recommends has more to do with marketing and money than common sense. Sometimes however, it requires a double-take, because some of the bad advice sounds so logical, it's hard to ignore it.

We are told for instance that good dental hygiene can help prevent gingivitis and periodontitis. The American Dental Associatio...

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Malignant Tumor Apocalypse

Posted on October 24, 2009 at 8:29 PM

A diagnosis of cancer scares patients straight into a spiraling cascade of debt and hopelessness while the industry reponsible for the real life horror movie inflates its coffers.

The essential difference between a living and dying cancer patient is metastasis. That means the spread of cancer and it promotes its own growth by sending chemical signals to initiate the growth...

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Screening Yourself Down Thin Ice

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 10:44 PM

If you read, watch television or listen to the radio, maybe you've heard of the idea of medical health screenings. Early detection sounds good, but are these "health" screens really viable or are they something to be leary of?

Over the last several years I have come to a very strong conclusion, that almost all medical screenings are more dangerous than life saving.


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The Stealth Causes Of Back Pain

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 3:08 AM

Back Pain is a common condition where answers seem dubious when one has already spent years of seeing surgeons and chiropractors.

Chiropractic adjustments can work in some cases, but not all adjustments will hold. When they fail to work it's because the gracilis and sartorium muscles are too weak.

The primary cause is low adrenal function...

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Reversing Osteoporosis Continued...

Posted on October 19, 2009 at 3:05 AM

Previously, I mentioned biophosphonate drugs, but yet another drug emerged in Late 2002, and there was a bit of excitement about it.  Forteo is the name marketed for the drug teriparatide and is given by injection daily.  In laboratory tests it caused cancerous bone tumors in rats.  I might be wrong, but didn't the FDA outlaw the approval of any drug that causes cancer in rats?  Actually they did, ...

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The Right Way & The Wrong Way to Reverse Osteoporosis

Posted on October 18, 2009 at 4:06 AM

Osteoporosis conjures up the notion of calcium deficiency, yet how much calcium is administered has little to do with bone strength and integrity.  It makes little difference how much calcium is received through dietary sources, because there are other factors that really make or break the hips.

If you visit most convalecent centers, very li...

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How Did Prehistoric Girls Survive Without The Flu Shot?

Posted on October 16, 2009 at 8:14 PM

Ever wonder when you were really young how prehistoric guys and girls managed to live their lives without toothpaste, dentists, flu shots, microwaves, etc.?  The obvious answer is, they didn't need any of these!

I never really understood the nature of viruses that well until I heard a theory that I believe explains the true nature of what they are and what their purpose ...

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Oxygenation & Vitality

Posted on October 14, 2009 at 7:38 PM

Lengthy and exhaustive physical activity is heavily promoted by fitness enthusiasts, but does it really give you a longer life?  If you've read the previous daily topic, "Living Longer With Greater Oxygen Capacity" you'll find the answer is no.

The body's tissues need oxygen to stay healthy and to deliver nutrients to them.

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Living Longer With Greater Oxygen Capacity

Posted on October 13, 2009 at 8:17 PM

The crucial difference between the average 70-year old and a 20-year old is their ability to utilize oxygen in their cells.  Forty-five percent of lung capacity drops by the time the average person reaches the age of 70.  The figures are not too dramatically different in decline between the ages of 20 and 50.  By the time most individuals reach the age of 50, they have lost 40% of their breathing capacit...

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More on Diabetes Treatment

Posted on October 12, 2009 at 4:29 AM

Before continuing with diabetes treatments, I should call attention to diuretic drugs commonly prescribed to diabetics.

While diabetic drugs are bad enough since they increase insulin, another class of drugs that are frequently prescribed to diabetics are Thiazide drugs.  These are "water pills" which decrease water retention as a result of high blood pressure....

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Diabetes Drugs Offer Zero Benefits

Posted on October 11, 2009 at 3:33 AM

No oral diabetes drug has ever been shown to do anything really good for any patient according to Hortin Hadler, MD, of the University of North Carolina.  This comes as no surprise to me as I have seen scores of diabetes patients with all kinds of eye problems, poor leg circulation, failing kidneys, heart problems, and everything else that goes wrong with diabetes.

That said...

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More About Lithium

Posted on October 10, 2009 at 6:38 PM

Lithium is a mineral, just as Magnesium, Strontium, Sodium and Potassium.   There's no money in lithium, so no matter how great it is, the media isn't about to mention it.  If they do say anything about it at all, it's put into the catagory of a "drug" used for bi-polar treatment.

Based on research confirmed by MRI scans, lithium has been found to incre...

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Prevent Neurological Diseases With a Controversial Mineral

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 1:39 AM

Lithium has a bad reputation, and whether that is because it's a prescription drug to treat bipolar disorders or that it can be toxic, in its natural form, it's a terrific mineral.  Lithium is found naturally in the ocean and lakes, but regardless of its reputation, it is a very important mineral.

In today's drug oriented culture, it's easy to forget that Lithium is really...

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Prevent Blindness & Age Related Vision Loss Part 3

Posted on September 29, 2009 at 3:26 AM

Glaucoma is an eye disease that damages the optic nerve and retina.  There is normal-tension glaucoma that occurs without increased pressure, and then there is a more severe form which involves increased ocular pressure in the eye.

Normal-tension glaucoma can be helped with the herb, gingko biloba.  According to a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossove...

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Prevent Blindness & Age Related Vision Loss Part 2

Posted on September 28, 2009 at 4:19 AM

In a recent study, three nutrients were found to work especially well for the prevention of macular degeneration as well as improvements to the fundus area of the eye.  The fundus involves the area which is occupied by the optic nerve and vessels.   The combination of omega-3 fatty acids, co-enzyme Q10, and acetyl-L-carnitine.

Improvements were ...

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Prevent Blindness & Age Related Vision Loss

Posted on September 24, 2009 at 2:24 AM

Most optometrists have little idea that nutrition can determine your future vision, sight vision that is. 

Starting with near sightedness (Myopia), Vitamin D levels should be checked and measuring your 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels will serve you right if you're in doubt. 

A lack of vitamin D, which is epidem...

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Problems With Insulin

Posted on September 23, 2009 at 6:38 AM

If you are experiencing any of the following such as high triglycerides, high cholesterol, severe osteoporosis, severe angina of the heart and of your legs (claudication), cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, being overweight then you have an insulin problem.


Insulin is the common denominator in everything about your health. The way to treat virtually ...

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Consequences of Low Thyroid Part 3

Posted on September 22, 2009 at 11:30 PM

Low functioning thyroid is becoming a modern day epidemic and maybe it's no surprise considering how today's modern foods and environmental toxins can impair both the liver and the thyroid. 

One obvious sign of low thyroid is low energy and while this could be indicative of an iodine deficiency or thyroid hormone, it may also in...

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Consequences of Low Thyroid Part 2

Posted on September 21, 2009 at 11:00 PM

Constipation is another very frequently associated sign of low thyroid function and most likely it is a result of low stomach acid secretion and poor circulation.  Fiber just isn't always the answer, as it's often touted to be.

Other signs of low functioning thyroid are decreased heart rate, low ejection fraction, cardiac output, abdominal obesity.  Try inserting y...

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Consequences of Low Thyroid

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 12:05 AM

It should be known that low thyroid function significantly increases the risks of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and of course hair loss.  Yet, there are other more subtle clues that something is not quite right with the thyroid. 

Poor circulation is an excellent initial clue, especially having cold hands and feet.  Do you lack color in yo...

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