Women with breast cancer are three times more likely to have low vitamin D levels. If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, did your doctor tell you this?
In the United States, cancer is an industry and a very profitable one. Just think: If every U. S. citizen began taking a daily dose of 5,000 IUs per day of vitamin D3, a very large segment of the medical industry would be hurt, some anti-cancer drug manufacturers would have to close their doors, thousands of patents would become worthless and lucrative consulting contracts between industry and cancer researchers would dry up.
Dr. Kilmer S. McCully says in his book, The Heart Revolution, that B12 methylcobalamin vitamin B6 and methylfolate are absolute preventives for heart disease.
Now Dr. James Braly and Patrick Holford in their book, The H-factor Solution, say that homocysteine levels can be kept in safe parameters with B6, folate and B12 methylcobalamin. Homocysteine levels are a marker for heart disease.
Here’s some helpful advice for those of you looking to drop a few pounds — and keep them off — as warm weather approaches. A recent article in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has some tips about balancing your calorie consumption.
Researchers indicate the importance of learning to determine the energy density of foods in order to eat more and stay fuller for longer on fewer calories. Energy density is defined as the calories divided by the weight of the food. Foods with low energy density tend to be those that are heavy, or dense, but not high in calories. These will keep you satisfied without the high calorie count.
The idea of too much stomach acid is a great paradox. Why? Because the symptoms of low stomach acid give a signal and symptom of high stomach acid or high acidity.
Millions of people take antacids because they believe they have too much stomach acid when, in fact, they need hydrochloric acid (more acid). This paradox was made to order for the drug houses, which have cashed in big time. There’s no telling how many varieties of antacids are on the market. What a hellacious profit market based on a total lie and fabrication!
If you find yourself nodding off at the office or at home, you may be suffering from fatigue brought on by a lack of sleep. In the book The Insomnia Workbook, author Stephanie Silberman, Ph.D., suggests getting ample amounts of sleep — and not letting your daily stresses wreck your sleep schedule.
If you find yourself tossing and turning, Silberman recommends “thought stopping” or picturing a stop sign each time your mind starts to worry.
People can feel nauseous for a variety of reasons, including motion sickness, pregnancy or certain medical treatments. Luckily, there may be a soothing cure for nausea in your kitchen cabinet.
According to research published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, researchers found that chemotherapy patients who drank shakes containing 32 grams of protein had less frequent and severe nausea than patients who ate normally or had lower-protein shakes.
If we obey our doctor without question, we could have huge additional unnecessary risk.
“Tests” are a very big part of conventional medicine these days, and many of them have risk. Who cares? It’s the profit that’s important, and hospitals demand the income.
If you’ve marked the donor box on your driver’s license you have done more than just give up your organs. You’ve given up your right to informed consent.
Doctors don’t have to tell you or your relatives what will happen to your body during an organ-harvest operation. Your rights are gone because you’re dead. Or are you?
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” You’ve heard this saying your whole life. It’s stuck around so long because it’s true.
It can also be said that whole foods (fruits and vegetables, especially eaten raw) every day will keep the doctor away. If more Americans ate their fruits and vegetables, as their mothers told them growing up, there would be much less disease and obesity.
Most physicians come out of medical school brainwashed by Big Pharma into believing that drugs are the cure-all for diseases and that they have all necessary knowledge when it comes to battling disease. They hate to be challenged by knowledgeable patients who resist their “cures” and treatments — especially when it comes to vaccinations. And they hate having their money funnel flow slowed.
“As patients have become savvier and more willing to challenge doctors, physicians have become increasingly reluctant to deal with uncooperative patients,” said Arthur Caplan, a bioethics professor at the University of Pennsylvania recently told The Wall Street Journal. “In addition, doctors may feel financial pressure to see more patients and so have less time to contend with recalcitrant ones.”