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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

GMI: "FDA Pushing To Regulate Homeopathy Out of Existence"

Why is there a sudden push by the FDA to label homeopathic remedies as dangerous? What does the FDA gave to gain? Read Now

Whose Responsibility Is Your Health?

In case anyone isn't paying attention, the train wreck that is Obamacare is about to morph into a nuclear meltdown unless I miss my guess. It won't happen overnight but it will happen. First in the poorer areas of cities, then in rural areas. But eventually, if the economy tanks or the Grid goes down for whatever reason, you may no longer have access to a doctor or hospital. What will you do then? Are you and your family prepared to live like people did 200 years ago? It's time to think about that possibility and prepare. Let me share some of my journey toward health with you.
I grew up during a time when people took care of their own health problems at home. They went to a doctor when things were beyond that scope. When I was eleven I jumped off of the garage roof onto a pile of old boards and drove a huge rusty nail through my foot. After delivering a good chewing to me for being stupid, my mother cleaned up the wound, put some salve on it and realized the next day when a red streak began moving up my leg, it was time to do something more drastic. She drew a pan of very hot water, poured in a cup of Epsom salts and made me soak my foot several times a day. The red streak went away. I'm sure if it hadn't she'd have dragged me to the doctor to get a tetanus shot. Even if you prefer a doctor as your first line of defense, it pays to know how to deal with medical emergencies in case the system collapses, as I think it will.
I still have the same mind set about most medical issues. Not long after the nail incident, I got some kind of viral infection, high fever, feeling generally miserable. I don't know if I'd heard my mother and grandmother talking about hot toddys or I just dreamed it up, but I found a bottle of whiskey and poured a shot into a cup along with a good slug of honey, half the juice of a lemon and very hot water. I dragged every blanket I could find to my bed, covered up and went to sleep. When I woke up several hours later, the bed was soaked, the fever was gone and I felt wonderful. Many years later I had an abscess on one of my tonsils. I took a big drink of unflavored brandy, tilted my head back and held the brandy on the tonsil. Within a few minutes the abscess exploded and drained. Needless to say, in any of these emergencies, if they hadn't worked a doctor would have been consulted. But doctors are busy people. Why bother them with things you can deal with yourself?
Last year my husband began having some serious abdominal pain. Since I knew he no longer had an appendix, I wasn't worried about that. But on seeing a doctor, he was told he'd have to have his gall bladder removed. That's okay if it's really diseased, but I've read that surgery only cures the problems for a little while and then those same symptoms often return. What are they going to take out next? So I went through a few of my 87 health related books, mixed some olive oil into grapefruit juice and gave it to him every morning and once again later in the day. (The man despises grapefruit juice. You know he was hurting.)Within a week and a half he returned to the doctor to find his gall bladder was in wonderful shape and he wouldn't need the surgery after all. WTH? Why not go with something less invasive before opting for surgery when you have that opportunity? Last year, his new doctor told him his blood sugar was almost 400 and he'd need to go on Metformin. I told him it was his choice if he wanted to do that but if he wanted, he could try something else first. I weaned him off of his beloved pasta and onto food combining with me, working out with me at the Y and walking two miles three to four days a week. Over the year his blood sugar dropped like a rock. 80's and 90's fasting and 120-140 random. There wasn't much the doctor could say at that point but for my husband to keep doing whatever worked for him.
I have made it a practice to live as healthy as I can manage and only see a doctor when I don't know what I'm dealing with or can't heal by myself. As I've moved into Medicare, that is becoming increasingly more difficult. Between my insurance expecting me to get one test after the other and the rules surrounding health care, it is a real struggle to get reasonable care for myself. On occasions where I see another doctor (specialist) and am doing the intake, I invariably get asked what medicines I take. Upon telling them Advaire (asthma inhaler) they look at me as though waiting for me to continue with a long list of everything from anti-anxiety drugs to statins to blood pressure medicine. Nope, just the inhaler. When did we get to the point where nearly everyone over the age of 60 has a huge pill pack to get them through the day? My grandparents certainly didn't take meds like this. Of course they grew or raised their own food. It wasn't processed to death. To date, all of my clients have 12-26 pills they take every day. There are a few exceptions.
To give you an idea of what you can accomplish by taking care of your health instead of just relying on the medical community, my husband came home one day and was still in shock. His new client was 104. As he questioned her about her medical history, he was even more amazed. No, she didn't bother with doctors much. No, she didn't take that garbage (medicine) when asked about that. “The only thing I take is Norwegian cod liver oil.” She's only been in a hospital once two years ago when she stepped off her combine and broke her leg. (I kid you not. She is still farming.) She and her 73 year old male companion (I like this woman) drive to Florida and Alaska once a year and she just got her driver's license renewed. I said, “Find out what the hell she's eating.” Iowans are tough.
I don't know how she's managed. But it is becoming ever more difficult to stay off of prescriptions drugs. My cholesterol runs between 200 and 223. The first thing they wanted to do was put me on a low fat diet and statins. Even my daughter, who should know better, tried to talk me into that. First of all, I do not believe that cholesterol is bad for you. If you weren't ingesting any, your liver would still manufacture it. It is that vital to health. Secondly, my triglycerides are 96-98. And I do not believe that my level of total cholesterol is unhealthy. The doctor checks my arteries and says they are clear and I eat whole eggs, butter and occasionally cream. My doctor's husband, also a doctor, at the time, looked at my labs and said “You're about 22 on the inside.” I was 55 at the time. I increased my lecithin to make my daughter happy and threw away the low fat diet. Been there/done that. Doesn't work for me.
I can see right now that Obamacare and I are going to be oil and water. Part of the reason for that is my lifelong love affair with whole body healing. At the age of 23 and pregnant with my daughter, I began reading everything I could find on health, nutrition, supplements, herbs and any related subject. The first thing I learned was that doctors, at least in the seventies, had very little knowledge of nutrition and its relation to the health of the body. There were exceptions, usually the old time doctors who treated the entire person instead of one organ. And now they want to do 'Wellness visits' in your home? Why, so they can snoop? No thanks, if I need to see a doc I will schedule a visit. I am very in tune with my body. I know when something is wrong and generally have a pretty good idea what it is.
I was fortunate to go to one of the newly educated idiots very early on for a recurring problem of an ovarian cyst which would become inflamed and lay me low for a few days. She gave me antibiotics, which admittedly did help but also gave me a whopping case of yeast infection. Also, I asked her if there was any food, drink or other drug I should avoid while taking them. Oh no, anything was perfectly fine. Out of my insatiable curiosity, I bought a prescription drug book and looked it up. It said to there was another drug that was contraindicated. Shouldn't she have known that? On top of that, she and her other OB/GYN partner charged an exorbitant fee for our small town. I don't know about you but when I lay out money I expect to get my money's worth.
After about a year of this 'increasing in duration medical merry-go-round' only cured by lots of yogurt and acidophiles capsules, I decided to take matters into my own hands. More books were bought on natural healing and I studied them until I found what worked for me. Slippery Elm tea and Blue Cohosh capsules. From that time on any time I had a flare up, I would brew the tea and take a couple of capsules two to three times a day. That worked better than the antibiotics as well as the episodes getting further and further apart until any flare ups were rare and no yeast infection! Slippery (red) elm tea is for inflammation and Blue and Black Cohosh are for female health. And it didn't take a medical degree to figure it out.
Beyond that, I realized that what I ate had a huge impact on how I looked and felt. I had already quit smoking at 25, never got into recreational drugs, seldom drank and avoided prescription drugs like the plague. They were considered a last resort only. I knew I was on the right track. My library grew. I refused to jump on the eggs and butter are bad for you nutritional guidance. People have been eating those things for hundreds if not thousands of years. Not buying that crap. Some nutritionists also would have you believe that honey is no different than sugar. I beg to differ. Any diet that called for all cooked food or was heavy on one nutrient to the detriment of other things I learned was just a fad, doomed to fail.
In the mid seventies in the Midwest, it was nearly impossible to find the kind of healthy foods I was reading about, so I joined a local health food co-op. Once a month a couple of us would travel to Iowa City to buy whole grain cereal and flour, cold-pressed oil, natural peanut butter, raw honey, etc. in large quantities. We'd split the cost and the products. As I got to know the members a little better, I could see that some of them looked really unhealthy. Curious, I watched what they ate or quizzed them further and discovered that some were vegans. Since my father was a live stock dealer, I had grown up eating meat. I'd hunted and fished and wasn't about to try their lifestyle, especially since they looked gray around the edges.
I began to experiment with different ways of eating to find what was best for me and my daughter. I found that food that was as close to its source as possible was the way to go. I made nearly all of the meals for us from scratch except for our weekly Sunday dinner with my mom who thought convenience foods were manna from heaven. People would beg me for a share of my homemade bread or healthy cookies. I even went through a Ewell Gibbons phase of learning about finding and fixing food from the edibles in the backyard and woods. My mother pointed out that the cherry tomatoes we were finding growing along the rocks on the river bank, likely came out of the sewage plant up-river! Good fertilizer I guess. They were free.
At around this time I found a wonderful physician who is my GP to this day. She respects my knowledge and I respect hers. She knows beyond my yearly check-up, PAP test, and lab work, she will see me if I have a problem I can't deal with on my own. A very rare occurrence. She also appreciates the fact that I can make the most arrogant doctor at our local hospital nervous enough to look for a side door when he sees me coming down the hospital hallway. It might have been when I told him I did not subscribe to the theory that doctors are just one notch below God and he needed to get off his high horse. He is now my husbands doctor appointed by his insurance. (There is a God)
I think it says a lot about our local doctors when about ten years ago a friend and I, both alternative healers, set up and taught a seminar on complementary/integrative medicine at our local hospital. Not one doctor showed up. (My doc and her husband were out of town) There were lots of nurses, chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncturists, and regular folks who were just interested in the subject. But not one doctor.
Times are changing though and more physicians in our area are wising up about natural practices, supplements, herbal therapies, healthy food and more. They are beginning to understand that their over reliance of antibiotics for everything from an ingrown toenail to a sore throat has caused a huge problem with the super bugs that have mutated to become resistant to them. I believe it was in 2014 that the CDC announced that they no longer had an antibiotic that really worked. That's just wonderful as I believe there is a place for antibiotics and now many if not most can't be relied on to work?
That is where the mindset of mainstream medicine and Big Pharma have taken us. That shouldn't be surprising considering the history of medicine in this country. Unlike in Europe and other areas where alternative therapies are used and respected along with mainstream medicine, in this country they've been treated like a red-headed step child. Why would that be?
The Powers That Be got their meat hooks into medicine about a hundred years ago when John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie had invested heavily in the burgeoning drug industry. They were already well versed in eliminating competition. And the health field would be no exception.
Rockefeller sent one of his minions, a man named Abraham Flexner around to all the medical schools of the day. He reported his findings back to Rockefeller. Just one man determined the fate of these early medical schools. If any of them taught alternative therapies or accepted women or people of color into their schools, they received no funding. If that wasn't enough to close them down, Rockefeller sent his goon squad around to forcibly shut them down. Alternative healing went underground.
From that time on only doctors trained in acceptable methods such as surgery and pharmaceutical drugs would be certified by these schools and by the new medical associations. Doctors were encouraged to fill the positions of any health related field, be it a county health department, child protections services, and hospital boards. When people thought about their health and preserving it, only 'approved' doctors' would be acceptable choices.
Of course country people especially or new immigrants from the old country brought their home remedies with them and shared them with others. But they had to be careful. There were penalties for 'practicing' medicine without that Rockefeller/Carnegie seal of approval and license. And those licenses were only granted to the approved allopathic doctors. Chiropractors had to fight long and hard for recognition. Today you can find alternative modalities and their practitioners listed in the phone book.
I was gratified a few years back to see that a mainstream insurance company like Mutual of Omaha paid for Reiki practitioners in the OR in large hospitals on the East coast. WOW! Someone had finally recognized that Reiki lowered the amount of anesthetic needed for surgery while speeding up healing post op. Even though I'm a Reiki Master, I'm not holding my breath waiting for our Midwestern hospital to follow suit any time soon. Maybe one day. Because times are changing, at least alternative healers don't have to work underground anymore. At least for now. Who knows what will happen if Obamacare isn't repealed?
Are TPTB really afraid that untrained quacks are going to harm people or as I suspect, is it the loss of revenue that makes the bureaucracy go after alternative healers, not to mention mainstream doctors and researchers who find real cures for diseases like cancer that we'll never get to hear about? Most alternative healers I know have the integrity to first do no harm. I am certainly smart enough to know when I've reached my top level of competence. I would never do Reiki on a broken bone until a doctor had set it for instance. If I have a Reiki or hypnosis client that I can see needs a physician or a therapist, that is what I recommend to them. And I will only continue to work with them if they seek that help.
I believe there is a place for all types of healing. Mainstream medicine really excels at emergency care, necessary and reconstructive surgery, research etc. But for every day, simple problems or preventative health care, I'll take alternative every time. And that is the problem. How long will people have that choice of how to care for themselves or others when they are under the full totalitarian control of socialized medicine? Do you think alternative therapies will be acceptable once Obamacare is fully implemented? But where else will people have to turn once the doctors are gone?
In our area, doctors are being forced out of private practice and into hospitals with larger staff to take care of all of the ridiculous extra paperwork. Some have just quit their practice altogether if they were close enough to retirement or like my doctors husband had another business to fall back on. It will only get worse. Our wonderful Supreme Court Fossils have decreed that Obamacare is constitutional.
Apparently they have a different copy of the Constitution than the one I have. Can you say, 'Corporate owned'?
That takes us back to who is responsible for your health? Big Brother bureaucrats who don't have a medical degree or the brains to acquire one? Your overworked physician who's too busy dealing with all the new rules and regulations? Or ultimately, you?
There are things you can do to stack the deck in your favor. First of all educate yourself on health, nutrition, supplements, alternative therapies, etc, as much as you can. Then clean up your act if need be. Stop eating like a teenager whose parents are out of town for the weekend. Your body is a wonderful calculator. It will log in every extra calorie, every speck of sugar or hydrogenated fat, additives, preservatives, GMO's and even a few healthy ingredients that manage to sneak in. If you smoke, stop it. If I can stop a 3 1/2 – 4 pack a day habit cold turkey, so can you. I am not special. If I can make the decision to avoid recreational drugs, even as a teenager, I'm pretty sure a part of you recognizes the damage you are doing to yourself. And I would have to add prescription drugs and OTC meds to that list if over done.
Stop being lazy. Instead of badgering your over worked physician into giving you mood altering anti-anxiety meds, clean up your diet, go for a walk, check out herbs (St. John's Wort and Valerian). Look into supplements. Magnesium is wonderful for jangled nerves and sleeplessness. These things will work better and are safer than dangerous drugs.
If you are becoming too dependent on alcohol, either limit the amount consumed or stop drinking altogether. No, alcohol is not a necessary substance for the human body in spite of the encouragement to consume red wine. They also add, if you don't drink, don't start just for the health benefit. Red grape juice has similar properties and isn't addictive. If you can't control the amount you drink, don't take the first drink. You always have control over the first drink.
As far as diet, I'm so sick of this ridiculous merry-go-round of the scramble to find the latest diet that will melt the pounds off as you read the book. It seems to be what people expect and want as they seldom follow the plan for long. I think people will have to find out with experimentation what works best for them. I know people who follow a high carb/low fat diet and it seems to work for them. I would also have to point out that they are long distance runners. There is a reason why people like the Amish can eat the food they do, including their luscious desserts and stay so slim. Sustained hard physical work all day long. I could eat the same way several years ago when I had a hard physical job and worked 12-16 hours a day at it. Try loading 100 50lb. boxes floor to ceiling in a box truck and then carrying each one up two flights of stairs by hand when delivered. And that was only one part of the job. I could barely eat enough calories to keep me strong enough to load 400-600 lb. wooden ocean freight crates. But as I got older...
Anyway since that time, for me, a low carb diet works best. But don't think I haven't experimented with the 'experts' ideas. After I left the truck driving job, and still a size 6/8 but starting to gain I, like an idiot, decided to try the new way of eating put out by 'government experts'. That oxymoron should have been my first clue that this wouldn't turn out well. This was in the nineties. I think it was called the T-Factor diet based on the new government pyramid. Eleven servings of carbohydrates, ten to fifteen percent fat and low protein. I went from a 6/8 to a 14 so fast I had to borrow a dress from a friend for my daughter's wedding. That book went in the trash where it belonged and I went back to my natural food diet, cut back on carbs and got back finally to my normal size.
Then, I developed asthma and my asthma doctor put me on steroids. I went once more from a size 8 to a 20 this time. Gained eight to ten pounds a year. Did I mention I love prescription drugs? I kept complaining to my asthma doctor who wasn't listening. Finally, I kept a two month food diary of every food and drink that passed my lips and the level of exercise I was doing. Biked or power walked two miles a day and often biked 20 miles on the weekend, hiked 6-8 miles when not biking. Worked out on the Nautilus at the Y three times a week and I showed it to her. There was no way I should have been gaining like that. She looked it over and said, “Well, less than 2% of my clients ever react to the inhaled steroids like that.” I wanted to kick her little size 4 butt all over the room. She had told me it couldn't be the inhaler, yet that was the only new thing besides the job change. Did I mention how much I love doctors? Actually she's a sweetheart. I said, “Marta, why do I get the feeling that I'm going to die from heart disease or complication from diabetes or some other condition from my overweight and you're going to be standing at my grave site saying, 'But your lungs are clear.' There are other problems associated with overweight and I need to get this off of me before I develop them.”
Since that time the only thing I have found that will allow me to lose a little weight is to follow the food combining plan developed by a doctor called William Howard Hay. Actually Natural Hygiene works even better for me. It makes your body more alkaline, reducing inflammation. As one of the proponents of this way of eating said. There is really no disease other than incorrect eating. If you keep the body healthy, germs don't have a chance. Whether this is true or not, I can't say. I'm not a doctor. But this is the man who around the turn of the last century was curing type 2 diabetes eleven years before Banting and Best discovered insulin. So success leaves clues. As I said, you just have to figure out what works best for you, take responsibility for your own health and do your best to follow it.
Work with your doctor but do not put your health solely in his or her hands. You know those donuts, pizza, chips, fast food (I can barely make myself call it food) smoking etc is killing you. It is up to you to care enough about your health to make the necessary changes instead of expecting your overworked physician to work a miracle for you. That doesn't mean you have to be perfect. As I tried to teach my daughter and son, a treat means it is something you indulge in occasionally, not for every meal. I figure if I eat right 95-98% of the time, I'm way ahead of the game.
Locate a Naturopathic doctor if you are lucky enough to find one in your area. Or find a GP like mine who will listen and work with you. Beyond that, start preparing for a time when there may be no doctors. I believe it is coming. So, the answer to the original question would It is your responsibility. How can anyone care more about your health than you do or should? It's time for a new era in health care where your doctor and you are true partners in your care. I, for one, will welcome that.

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How to Protect Yourself Against Diseases You Thought Were Extinct — Leprosy, Plague, Scurvy And More

Many diseases that were thought to be extinct have begun to reappear in different parts of the world, and even ‘ancient diseases’ such as leprosy can still be found in the US. Although most are caused by poverty, poor sanitation, or are transferred from animals, other diseases such as rickets have reappeared as a result of parent’s attempts to protect their children from sun exposure. While the majority of the US population is lining up to get the latest vaccine or flu shot to protect themselves from this year’s ‘superbug’, many people in poor countries are still battling with conditions such as rickets and bubonic plague. Takes a look at four diseases that are still lurking in various parts of the planet, including in the US. MORE:

15 Ways to Reduce Endocrine Disruptors in Your Kitchen

When patients come to me for help in taking charge of their health, one of the essential changes I encourage each of them to make is to reduce their toxic load – specifically to rid themselves of as many Endocrine Disruptors (EDs) as possible. But why the fuss over Endocrine Disruptors? It’s pretty simple: EDs are chemicals that can increase the production of some hormones and decrease the production of others. They can imitate your hormones, interfere with hormone signalling and generally wreak havoc with your endocrine system– making hormones do things they shouldn’t – like stimulating cancer development and triggering immunity, fertility, metabolic, developmental and cognitive problems just to name a few – while stopping them from doing what they should be doing – namely protecting you from the aforementioned and keeping your body’s natural hormones balanced. MORE:

Amazing Benefits of Honey!

Prologue by Benefits of Honey:
benefits of honey image Discover the enormous host of honey benefits; the myriad floral tastes and countless health applications. The versatility of honey and the goodness it can bring into your everyday practical life is WOW!
Just a Sweet Placebo?
Not only does this delectable liquid stimulate your taste buds and whet your appetite, its unique taste and aroma has sprung off many time honor cooking ideas and recipes such as the cannot-be-missed honey baked ham and honey dips. But is honey really good for you? This caramel-like liquid seems to be full of calories. ...sure it tastes good and has a pleasant texture that coats the irritated throat, but is it no more than just a tasty placebo?
benefits of honey image Honey isn't Just Sugar!
Though highly regarded in ancient civilizations, honey is not appreciated enough in today's modern societies. Critics quiz, "How can anything that tastes so good be of any good? Isn't honey just fancy sugar?" The liquid is so sweet and comforting that many people do not give its healing abilities a second thought. Conventional nutritional authorities claim that sugar is sugar, irregardless of its source or state. They however, do not realise that the bee has added an extra goodness of their own. Honey possesses unique life-supporting qualities not found in other sugars and delivers much more than what many medical doctors could comprehend. Know that not all sugars are made equal and don't be too quick to dismiss honey as just another sugar. Honey isn't just sugar. It is more than just the sum of its sugars. There is more than meets the eye!
From Folklore to Scientific Evidence
It's baffling how some people would go about demanding for proofs that honey is good for us and yet not question a word about the processed sugars and even artificial sugars that they willingly eat. Nevertheless, today researchers are turning up more and more new evidence of honey's medical benefits in all directions. The benefits of honey don't just stop at satisfying the palate; honey also offers incredible antiseptic, antioxidant and cleansing properties for our body and health, valuable beauty and skin care tips for ladies, and amazing healing properties as a head-to-toe home remedy, from eye infection to athlete foot. Its powerful healing attributes have long been used thousands of years ago and known to promote healing for cuts, cure ailments and diseases, and correct health disorders for generations after generations. The renowned UMF Manuka honey, perhaps the tastiest natural medicine, is commonly cited in many discussions on health benefits of honey. This honey not only fights infection and aids tissue healing but also helps reduce inflammation and scarring. In addition, it is often used for treating digestive problems such as diarrhea, indigestion, stomach ulcers and gastroenteritis. The page, titled "In What Ways have You Experienced the Benefits of Honey?" is filled with eye-popping testimonies about the healing power of honey. I've lost count of the number of times I have accessed that page, but the stories posted there never cease to move and amaze me over and over again. With more and more health experts and theories, such as the Hibernation Diet, supporting its benefits, this oldest natural sweetener just keeps getting better.
Synergistic Health Effects with Other Foods
Besides its profound medicinal applications, honey also brings great synergistic health benefits when combined with other foods such as bee pollen, cinnamon, ginger and cider vinegar. Discover them, one by one at Honey Cure and Tonic Concoctions and learn what people who have tried them have to say. And with ever growing body of research and evidence of the immense healing abilities of other wondrous bee products such as royal jelly, bee pollen and propolis, we are so overwhelmingly grateful for what the precious bees have presented to us humans... Continue Prologue in Honey Health Benefits. Ruth Tan
Author and Founder
Ruth is the person behind the buzz at Benefits of Honey, an immensely rich, quality resource on honey and its benefits, and a plethora of health-related issues. To discover how incredibly intelligent natural honey is, and why this super-food must be differentiated from other highly processed and refined sugars and artificial sweeteners, join her in this website or catch her on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter @honey_benefits and Instagram. More on the beginnings of this web resource in: About the Author.

Interview with Dr. Georgiou: curing the incurable with holistic medicine

Dr. Georgiou admits that despite all his knowledge in biology and the workings of
the human body at 30 years old his health was a shambles.

He was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Leaky Gut Syndrome and Systemic Candidiasis,
to name but a few.

Over a 23 year period he studied and obtained degrees and diplomas in Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Iridology, Su Jok Acupuncture, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Sexology
and Clinical Nutrition.

He eventually regained his health.

He doesn’t pretend to be an expert on EMFs but his is an incredible story from which there’s
to be learned.

That's why I’m thrilled to have him as my next interview guest.

He’s also director of the Da Vinci Center, a Holistic Health Center specializing in the treatment
of different chronic diseases based in Cyprus.

The interview takes place this Thursday 2nd April at 1:00 p.m. EST (10 AM PST or 6 PM GMT) and it's FREE to attend.

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Treat Cancer With Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture And Ancient Herbs – Studies

The conventional medical community have accepted acupuncture and Chinese herbs, the ancient Chinese system of medicine known as TCM, as a credible treatment for alleviating some of the symptoms of cancer and the side effects of chemo and radiotherapy; however, little is known about its true potential to treat the disease itself. Acupuncture is one of the most widely used alternative therapies for treating a large number of medical complaints, and there have been many clinical trials performed to determine its potential health benefits. MORE:

Today's Healthy Recipe - Warm Quinoa and Walnut Salad

Warm up with this plant-based, protein-packed salad that features warm quinoa and crunchy walnuts. Considered a grain, quinoa is actually a seed that¹s high in protein and fiber. Walnuts contain high amounts of polyphenols, phytochemicals that have antioxidant properties. They're also being studied for their omega-3 fat, alpha-linolenic acid. A classically simple dressing of olive oil, lemon juice, lemon zest and tarragon tops off this nutritious dish.
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Sunday, March 29, 2015

The True Risks of Supplements Revealed

According to the Council for Responsible Nutrition, 69 percent of American adults take supplements. But are supplements dangerous? The UK-based, international campaign group, the Alliance for Natural Health International (ANH-Intl) recently revealed data1 showing that compared to supplements, an individual is:
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A Brief Discussion on Oleander's Effectiveness Against Cancer

(The Best Years in Life) In a recently published article*, Naturopathic PhD Marc Swanepoel discussed how mainstream chemo and certain alternative cancer therapies used the mechanism of increasing Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) to put cancer cells under oxidative stress and why he believed such a course was doomed to failure for cancers which had advanced beyond a very early stage. In this follow-up discussion from the Yahoo Oleandersoup group, Dr. Swanepoel and I discuss how Oleander ties in to ROS and how it actually fights cancer in multiple ways.
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Granola Bar Recepie

Feel Good Hearty Granola Bars

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I’m already starting to think about how I will fuel myself (quickly) after the little bambino arrives this fall. I’m not one who functions well with long periods between meals, so planning in advance is going to be my best ally. The healthier and more balanced, the better I‘m sure I’ll feel. Bring on the healthy, hippie foods, I say! In addition to freezer friendly meals – like veggie burgers and balls, chili, soup, falafel, enchiladas, pasta + pesto sauces, burritos, etc. – I hope to prepare snacks in advance that I can individually wrap and store in the freezer. Things that I can toss into my purse or quickly unwrap when I need a boost will be so handy. Amidst uncertainty, it always feels good to have a back up plan (even if my reality will be take out food more than not).
These lightly-sweet granola bars are a great option because they are only sweetened with bananas and sweetened dried fruit. No sugar crashes here! You could even remove the dried fruit if you really wanted to, but I love how the dried cherries provide a pop of sweetness throughout. But it’s not what the bars don’t have – it’s what they do have. How about hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts, rolled oats, almonds, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, banana, and more. These wholesome bars are crunchy, hearty, and chewy in the best way possible. And super filling thanks to the balance of protein, fibre, carbs, and healthy fats. One bar clocks in at 6.6 grams of protein and almost 5 grams of fibre (you can see the complete nutritional info in the recipe below). If you wanted to boost the protein even more, you can increase the hemp seeds (and maybe reduce the sunflower seeds a bit).
For even more staying power, try spreading on some nut or seed butter (with chia seed jam to make it a party!) or even a bit of coconut oil. That’s never a bad idea. Is it snack time yet?
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Feel Good Hearty Granola Bars

Vegan, gluten-free, oil-free, soy-free
5 from 27 reviews
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Hearty, chewy, and crunchy, these wholesome granola bars will fill up the tank and keep your energy stable. If you are feeding the nut-free crowd, you can easily swap out the walnuts and almonds for more seeds so no one is left out! This recipe is adapted from Anjali's Oat Snack Bars which was originally adapted from Faith's 4-Ingredient Banana Oat Bars.
14-16 large bars
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  • 1.5 cups mashed ripe banana (about 3 medium/large bananas)
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 cups rolled oats (use certified gluten-free if necessary)
  • 1/2-3/4 cup dried cherries, chopped (I used 3/4 cup)
  • 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
  • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
  • 1/2 cup pepita seeds (shelled pumpkin seeds)
  • 1/2 cup sliced almonds
  • 1/4 cup hulled hemp seeds
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon pink Himalayan salt or fine grain sea salt, or to taste


  1. Preheat the oven to 350F. Lightly grease a large rectangular baking dish (approx. 8.5" x 12.5") and line with a piece of parchment paper so the bars are easier to lift out.
  2. In a large bowl, mash the banana until smooth. Stir in the vanilla.
  3. Place the rolled oats into a food processor (or blender on the lowest speed) and pulse until the oats are coarsely chopped (but still with lots of texture). Stir oats into the banana mixture.
  4. Chop the walnuts and cherries and stir these and the rest of the ingredients into the banana-oat mixture until thoroughly combined.
  5. Spoon mixture into prepared dish. Press down until compacted and smooth out with hands until even. Use a pastry roller to smooth out if desired.
  6. Bake for 23-27 minutes (I baked for 25 mins.) until firm and lightly golden along the edge. Place dish on a cooling rack for 10 minutes then carefully slide a knife to loosen the ends and lift out. Place granola slab on a cooling rack for 10 minutes and then into the freezer for another 10 mins. (if you are impatient like me).
  7. Slice into bars once they are cool.
Approximate nutritional info: (per bar, based on 14 large bars using 1/2 cup dried sweetened cherries): 186 calories, 8.7 grams fat, 22 grams carbs, 4.7 grams fibre, 6 grams sugar, 6.6 grams protein. Without dried cherries, bars have approx. 3.6 grams of sugar and 166 calories.
Tips: To wrap these up for freezing, I wrapped the bars individually in parchment paper using 6-inch by 12-inch pieces of parchment. After wrapping up a bar, tie it with string or tape it to secure. Finally, place all of the bars into a freezer-safe zip lock bag, press out all the air, and then seal it shut. I will update this note when I know how long the bars last for, but I expect they will keep for over 1 month in the freezer. 2) These bars aren't super sweet, so if you prefer something sweeter you can always add a touch of sweetener. 3) I also expect these would be great with chopped dark chocolate added in!
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Lakhovsky Multiple Waves Oscillator Demonstration Part 1

Lakhovsky Multiple Waves Oscillator

Demonstration Part 1


Published on Aug 31, 2014
This is part one of a demonstration on how to use the Lakhovsky Multiple Waves oscillator. I built this device in accordance with the George Lakhovsky original MWO device.

The George Lakhovsky MWO device was used in hospitals in France and in Italy from 1931 to 1942. It was used for the treatment of degenerative diseases such as Cancer and Arthritis among many more illness. The results were astonishing,

Often hopeless cases where presented to George Lakhovsky and his MWO with incredible results. However, this device disappeared from sight with the beginning of World War II, or was it intentionally suppressed?

Lakhovsky Multiple Waves Oscillator -- Demonstration Part # 2