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This Simple Device Saves Lives

This Simple Device Saves Lives

A Pulse Oximeter is an uncomplicated device available online or at any pharmacy without a prescription. It measures the amount of oxygen in your blood and your pulse rate.  It's easy to use and completely painless and it could save your life or the life of someone you...

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Exercise May Protect You Against Covid-19

Exercise May Protect You Against Covid-19

  Low to moderate activity may help protect you from influenza infections. A study of almost 25,000 people from China suggests that exercise was protective against the H1N1 influenza. Heavier, or more frequent, exercise was no more protective. Nevertheless, it is...

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Your Knee Pain May Be Coming From Your Back

Your Knee Pain May Be Coming From Your Back

This study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found an increase in knee pain of 65% over the past 20 years. This correlates with an increase in knee replacement surgery. Interestingly, most of the knee pain did not show changes on x-ray leading me to...

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The enemy within: gut bacteria drive autoimmune disease

The enemy within: gut bacteria drive autoimmune disease

Gut bacteria should stay put, but when the balance of microbes is disturbed, the gut barrier can become leaky.  When bacteria and their toxic products enter the blood stream this triggers an immune system reaction in which your defense system turns on you and can...

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Stomach Acid

Stomach Acid

It’s almost incredible to me how medicine gets this one wrong. I have seen many cases of GERD reversed by actually adding small amounts of stomach acid. Of course, this needs to be done judiciously and with supervision. And then it becomes important to ask why? There...

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Autoimmunity is often a key part of chronic disc problems

Autoimmunity is often a key part of chronic disc problems

I see a lot of disc herniations in the spine, causing pain anywhere from the neck on down, from knee and shoulder pain to severe sciatica and more. Most of these will heal with proper treatment– the full protocol I have developed. When these conditions do not heal as...

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Human Longevity Project Documentary

Human Longevity Project Documentary

Do you want to live longer? I know… silly question right? The obvious answer, of course, is yes! However, if you think about it, what’s the point of living longer if those last several years are filled with illness, disease, pain, or conditions like dementia? Not only...

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Gut and Sleep

Gut and Sleep

The bacteria in your gut have a major impact on all aspects of health. The natural ecology of our intestines is constantly assaulted by stress, antibiotics, chemical toxins and unnatural diets.Repairing your gut biome is one of the most important things you can do to...

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Bipolar Disorder and Anti-Thyroid antibodies

Bipolar Disorder and Anti-Thyroid antibodies

Dysfunction of the hypothalamus-pituitary-thyroid axis has been shown to play a role in the pathophysiology of bipolar disorder. Autoimmune thyroiditis is the most common cause of thyroid function alteration. Thus, auto-immune thyroiditis is likely associated with...

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The Danger in Green Smoothies?

The Danger in Green Smoothies?

The potential danger in green smoothies is that for some people they can lead to high levels of oxalic acid which can cause kidney stones and many other health problems. This can be a genetic issue. It can be caused by low levels of certain nutrients such as vitamin...

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Should you see a chiropractor for back pain?

Should you see a chiropractor for back pain?

Duke says YES! Maybe, or maybe drugs or physical therapy. Neither of these alternatives is actually supported by research compared to chiropractic (Manga and others)! Still, one small step forward. This article is pretty generic but was written by a chiropractor, who...

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Astaxanthin and Computer Eye Stress

Astaxanthin and Computer Eye Stress

Astaxanthin - ASTA ZAN THIN.  Never heard of it? It's the red stuff in seafood - think salmon. As an antioxidant, it's 6000 times more powerful than vitamin C.  Studies have shown it to be effective in relieving the symptoms of eye stress from too much computer use....

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Taking NSAID Pain Meds Blocks Vitamin B6

Taking NSAID Pain Meds Blocks Vitamin B6

Cyclozygenase (Cox) inhibitors include all the anti-inflammatory drugs including aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil), naproxen (Aleve), and celecoxib (Celebrex). Vitamin B6 is absolutely critical for hundreds of necessary chemical processes including detoxification, making and...

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Sneeze into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.

Sneeze into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.

Colds and flu are spread by sneezing and this is excellent advice. Sometimes we forget that the other side of the story is host resistance– meaning not everyone exposed to infections gets the disease. It is pretty clear from studies that things like having enough...

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Vitamin K2 and Arterial Stiffness

Vitamin K2 and Arterial Stiffness

Manaquinone-7 is Vitamin K2 (MK-7). Vitamin K1 is important for good blood clotting, but K2 has a wide range of other important functions, You’re going to hear a lot more about this remarkable vitamin. It is one of those nutrients, like omega-3 fatty acids and...

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Greens and Cognitive Decline

Greens and Cognitive Decline

Folates are the starting point of the methylation cycle. Methylation is needed for hundreds of key processes in the body involved with brain, heart, immune function, protecting DNA, detoxification and on and on. A large number of people have mutations, we call SNPs...

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Methylation and Muscle: Creatine is the Key

Methylation and Muscle: Creatine is the Key

Your body makes creatine. It's important for building muscle. Creatine is found in meat and is also available as a supplement. It's been declared a legal bodybuilding supplement for athletes. But under the right circumstances your body should be able to make what you...

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The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer’s

The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer’s

Alzheimers (and other dementias) have been called Type III diabetes. Even moderate blood sugar elevations can damage the brain. Sugar is addictive. Kick the habit! Check out this article recently published in The Atlantic The Startling Link Between Sugar and...

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Vitamin D and Flu Season

Vitamin D and Flu Season

Vitamin D takes part in over 600 chemical processes in your body. One of its key roles is in balancing the immune system: it enhances the part of the immune system that helps you fight off infections and lowers the parts that are involved in autoimmunity and allergic...

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Ginger Turmeric Honey Spread

Ginger Turmeric Honey Spread

The Ginger Turmeric Honey Spread is a delicious treat that doubles as a natural medicine.Turmeric is an amazing medicinal herb and the basis of much traditional Indian cooking.  By itself it is antibacterial and an major antioxidant. Ginger and turmeric together are...

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New Study Gives Hope For Reversing Diabetes Through Diet

Animals with Type I Diabetes can regrow missing islet cells after limiting carbohydrate intake for relatively short periods. This may hold hope for diabetic humans.  The ketogenic diet – the low carbohydrate and high fat diet that I follow – has much the same effect...

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Major Medical Journal Recommends Ketogenic Diet

The Ketogenic diet has become something of a fad because so many people are discovering that it is effective for weight loss and most people feel more energy and well being while on the diet. The diet is very low in carbohydrates – sugars and grains of all kinds – and...

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