How a Flesh-Eating Bacteria that Nearly Triggered the Amputation of My Wife’s Toes Brought About a Powerful Healing Discovery that Will Change Your Life -- and Your Health -- for the Better...Forever!




'Thanks to a very serious and rare infection that nearly triggered the amputation of my wife Kathy's pretty toes...

... you can now produce all of the high-quality micro-particle colloidal silver you'll ever need -- for less than 36 cents a quart -- with a brand new Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator!'

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Yale Professor Explains The Mysteries of Sleep

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'We spend one-third of our lives in bed, yet little is known about the purpose of sleep, says Dr. Meir Kryger, Yale professor of medicine and clinical professor of nursing. For more than 40 years, Kryger has been working to answer some of the remaining questions about sleep through innovative research and clinical practice.'


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Why Colon Cancer Scare Is Fake News



'While all of that may sound frightening, let’s take a deeper look at your risk, and compare that to the risks of colonoscopy screening. The rate of colon cancer mortality among young adults has risen by about 1 death per 100,000 among young adults, to a 3-in-100,000 risk.

However, the risk of death from colonoscopy is anywhere from 1 out of every 16,318 procedures,8 to 1 for every 1,000 procedures,9 depending on the source!

With some 15 million colonoscopies being done each year in the U.S.,10 that means as many as 15,000 Americans die as a result of this routine screening test, and numbers are likely to increase further if guidelines are changed to encourage people under 50 to get tested.'



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Turmeric For Dogs


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'What if I told you a little spice (that’s probably sitting in your kitchen cupboard right now) could make a huge difference in your dog’s health and even his lifespan?

I know it sounds crazy, but research shows it’s true … turmeric (the spice used in curries and mustards) with over 6,000 studies to its credit, is found to trump a lot of fancy, expensive drugs.'


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Cholesterol: It's All Good


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'If media, medical, and marketing brainwashing has you convinced there is such a thing as "bad" cholesterol, you've gotten the science all wrong.

You've heard it repeatedly: there are two kinds of cholesterol: the good high density lipoprotein (HDL) and the "bad" low density lipoprotein (LDL). Now a researcher at Texas A&M University has come to the defense of LDL and says that it may not be so bad after all. In fact, it helps build muscle. '


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Latest Perk for Coffee Drinkers: A Boost of Beneficial Enzymes


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'A recent study has revealed even more evidence to indicate coffee has more to offer than just a boost of energy. Caffeine offers much more, actually, as it may help protect against the development of dementia.

Researchers at Indiana University discovered that caffeine and 23 other compounds kick-start an enzyme known as nicotinamide mononucleotide adenylyl transferase 2, or NMNAT2, and it's this compound that scientists say may block the effects of neurodegenerative disorders.'


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The Eat Wheat and Grain Brain Debate

10 STEPS TO STOP OVEREATING

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'Overeating is really easy to do in our modern world of convenience foods and fast food. Palatable, tasty food is everywhere in easy reach. And it's easy to get into the habit of overeating. In this post, I share with you 10 simple steps to stop overeating.'

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The Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth Benefits


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'From improved digestion and strengthened hair and nails to increased immunity and detoxification, bone broth does it all!

Bone broth has many names. The French call it bouillon. The Italian call it brodo. The Spanish and Portuguese call it caldo.

Why? Because part of the magic of bone broth lies in that it’s a culinary tradition known all over the world to both indigenous cultures and classic cuisines alike. You see, although your Grannie and Julia Child may have differed vastly in their kitchen skills, they were both keenly aware of bone broth benefits, well before we had any scientific research to prove it.'


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Pharmaceutical Crimes Continue Unpunished as Cholesterol Drug Lawsuits Stall

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'Despite several peer reviewed published studies that show both the ineffectiveness and dangers of statin drugs, they continue to dominate the pharmaceutical drug market. 

Cholesterol reducing statin drugs are prescribed unnecessarily and often with serious side effects, even as the whole theory of cholesterol causing heart attacks is being proved as false. 


When pharmaceutical companies are not protected by law from injury lawsuits, the way vaccine makers are, we often look to the court system for some sense of justice. It usually occurs after a grassroots tide of lawsuits accumulate.'

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The 10 Causes of Inflammation

The Microbiome and How It Affects Your Health

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'Coined in 2001 by molecular biologist Joshua Lederberg, the term “microbiome” has begun to get attention just recently in reference to gastrointestinal or “gut” health. 


Besides our microbes’ essential functions such as digesting food and synthesizing vitamins, studies have linked the microbiome to gut health as well as human mood and behavior, human development, and metabolic disorders.'

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The Truth About the Germ Theory

The Truth About the Germ Theory
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'What would you think if a reputable molecular biologist claimed there is no measles virus? German scientist Dr. Stefan Lanka made such a claim and said he would award 100,000 Euros to any scientist who would successfully prove otherwise.

At first it appeared that Dr. Lanka, who has been among several scientists worldwide claiming there is no HIV virus, was going to lose that 100,000 Euro wager. He lost in the first level of German court hearings to Dr. David Barnards.'

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Former DEA Spokeswoman: Marijuana is Safe and The DEA Knows


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'“Marijuana is safe, we know it is safe. It’s our cash cow and we will never give up,” Belita Nelson told an audience of doctors and nurses at the Marijuana for Medical Professionals Conference in Denver, Colorado this month.

Nelson says that was the first thing she learned from her Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) education coordinator, Paul Villaescusa, when she was hired in the Dallas office in April 1998.'

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Vinegar Improves Type-2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance

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'Vinegar is an interesting food. It is tangy and tart, yet has a subtle sweetness that can seriously dress up a salad. But did you know that vinegar can help the body control blood glucose levels, and even reduce type 2 diabetes?'

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Separating Thoughts And Reality - 80 Percent Success Rate In Treating Depression

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'Most if not all negative thinking is based on fear and frequently develops into chronic depression which can damage our health and mental wellness. Depressed individuals "don't need to worry and ruminate," says Professor Roger Hagen, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's (NTNU) Department of Psychology. "Just realizing this is liberating for a lot of people." '

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Why the War on Salt Is Dangerous


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'Studies have clearly shown that having the correct balance of potassium to sodium is far more important than lowering salt alone. Potassium is a naturally occurring mineral your body uses as an electrolyte (substance in solution that conducts electricity), and it is vital for optimal health and normal functioning.'

[Make sure you use genuine sea salt!]



'Potassium works in your body to relax the walls of your arteries, keep your muscles from cramping, and lowers your blood pressure.3 The reduction in blood pressure with added potassium has also been associated in studies with a reduced risk of stroke'

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Broccoli Can Stimulate Brain Regeneration, New Research Suggests

Broccoli Can Stimulate Brain Regeneration, New Research Suggests
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'Ever since Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the father of neuroscience, declared “nothing may be regenerated” in the adult brain, the idea that you can repair or regenerate damaged brain tissue was precluded by this central dogma of neuroscience. 

But compelling evidence for brain regeneration began to surface in the 1960’s with a report by MIT scientist Joseph Altman that the hippocampus of adult rats and guinea pigs and cortex of cats indeed underwent a process termed neurogenesis,1 i.e. the growth and development of nervous tissue.'

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Recent Hospital Sepsis Study Supports the Case for Mega-Dose Vitamin C Therapy


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'Mega-dose vitamin C treatments may someday become the standard of care in hospitals and E.R.s, but don’t expect this to occur without pharmaceutical drugs in the mix. A recent study discovered a combination of vitamin C, thiamine, and hydrocortisone resulted in increased recoveries from sepsis and septic shock under hospital conditions.'


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Black Seed May Treat Hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's Disease), Clinical Trial Reveals


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'A recent clinical trial indicates that the most common cause of hypothyrodism (Hashimoto's disease) may be ameliorated with the addition of only two grams of powdered black seed daily.

A powerful new randomized clinical trial reveals that the ancient healing food known as nigella sativa (aka “black seed”), once known as the “remedy for everything but death,” may provide an ideal treatment for the autoimmune thyroid condition known as Hashimoto’s disease, which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism."


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Maca Is Good for More Than Your Mojo


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'Maca is an "adaptogen," which describes a natural substance that helps your body deal with such stressors as alarm clocks, traffic jams and illness, among others.19

An animal study reported that maca extracts given over 28 weeks appeared to preserve bone mineral density compared to placebos, increase femur diameter and calcium content more than control agents and normalize bone mineral density.20Paraphrasing a Chinese study, the Maca Team21 noted:


"Dietary supplementation with [m]aca may have potential effects on prevention of postmenopausal lipid abnormality and bone metabolism via a different mechanism from estrogen."22

Studies also indicate that maca may make you feel more energized and alert for a day at the office or before playing sports, with the added benefits of quick results after taking it, and no nervous "jitters" such as you might experience after drinking coffee. Muscle Health Fitness notes that workout performance may be improved.'


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Probiotics In Yogurt Reverse Depression Symptoms

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'Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have reversed depression symptoms in mice by feeding them Lactobacillus, a probiotic bacteria found in live-cultures yogurt. Further, they have discovered a specific mechanism for how the bacteria affect mood, providing a direct link between the health of the gut microbiome and mental health.'



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THE STATE OF FOOD FREEDOM


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'Legislative sessions are in full swing in the Houses and Senates in every state across this nation, and your food is on the table (for discussion, that is). I had every intention to fire you up about it, about what is going on in your own state, so that you could investigate how you could help further your own food freedom.'


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Exotic Honey Comes To Rescue In Fighting Deadly C. Difficile Infections

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'Today, an alarming number of patients are falling victim to antibiotic-resistant infections, including those like C. difficile which aren't just resistant to conventional antibiotics but actually caused by them. Thankfully, even when antibiotics fail to produce positive outcomes, ancient medicinal foods like honey may come to the rescue.'


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