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  • What Dandelion Root Does for Your Immune System Read more >

    What Dandelion Root Does for Your Immune System

    Dandelion has been used for healing for thousands of years. But the most powerful benefit to have been discovered by medical researchers is its potential to cure cancer. We now know this powerful root boosts the immune system, and can cure prostate, lung and other cancers better, in some cases, than chemotherapy. Dr. Carolyn Hamm […]

  • Probiotics to Reduce Anxiety and Mood Disorders Read more >

    Probiotics to Reduce Anxiety and Mood Disorders

    Every year in the United States, doctors write approximately 48 million prescriptions for the anti-anxiety medication Xanax®. One of every ten Americans is on an anti-depressant drug. It is estimated 6.7 percent of Americans suffer from anxiety, and and 18.1 percent from depression.

  • Your Number One Heart Health Indicator Read more >

    Your Number One Heart Health Indicator

    For sixty years, medical wisdom held that high cholesterol causes heart attacks. As Americans have lowered their cholesterol levels, however, heart disease has not declined. In fact, it remains the number one cause of death in the U.S. Al Sears, M.D., who specializes in anti-aging medicine, uses another warning system for heart attacks. He measures […]

  • Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells Read more >

    Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells

    Our bodies always have some malignant cells, but most of the time they are controlled by our immune systems. As we’ve seen, however, cancer rates have risen. The causes range from environmental to emotional. But diet is certainly a factor, and you have more control over the development of cancer than you may realize. In […]

  • Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure Read more >

    Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure

    Three years ago, famed singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson was diagnosed with incurable late-stage Alzheimer’s dementia. His family was devastated. Over the next few years, they saw his condition deteriorate, to the point that although he remembered the lyrics to his songs and still performed occasionally, it was obvious to fans that he was no longer the […]

  • Your Body’s Least Known System – and How it Affects You (Part One) Read more >

    Your Body’s Least Known System – and How it Affects You (Part One)

    If you’re a hunter who skins your own meat, you probably know more about fascia than 98 percent of people, including medical professionals. Fascia is a thin, yellowish white membrane that looks rather like cellophane. It is tightly wrapped around the meat and the muscles, much like plastic wrap. Fascia (or the plural fasciae)is composed […]

  • How Doctors in Australia are Making Knee Replacement a Thing of the Past Read more >

    How Doctors in Australia are Making Knee Replacement a Thing of the Past

    In a groundbreaking development, Australian surgeons are using stem cells to regrow damaged knee cartilage. Two separate Melbourne-based clinical trials have been highly successful. Doctors hope the research will soon make joint replacements obsolete. The studies involved 70 patients. In early results, 50 percent of patients treated experienced a 75 percent reduction in pain and […]

  • The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete Read more >

    The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious condition. It is usually caused by a collapse of the soft tissue in the rear of the throat during sleep, blocking the airway. Left untreated, it can result in high blood pressure, heart disease, impaired memory, weight gain and headaches. Until recently, people diagnosed with sleep apnea had […]

  • What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life? Read more >

    What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life?

    Traditionally, wheat bread has been seen as a foundational food, the “staff of life.” But today’s wheat is different, genetically and biologically, than the wheat used prior to the 1960s. Previous generations used to consume ancient varieties of wheat such as Emmer, Einkorn and Kamut. Today’s bread is made from high-yield dwarf wheat, a product […]

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