The Men Who Made Us Fat

Published on Aug 28, 2012

Around the world, obesity levels are rising. More people are now overweight than undernourished. Two thirds of British adults are overweight and one in four of us is classified as obese. In the first of this three-part series, Jacques Peretti traces those responsible for revolutionising our eating habits, to find out how decisions made in America 40 years ago influence the way we eat now. Continue reading

Selenium and Zinc

(sourced from www.veritas.com)

Selenium

Data suggests that a diet rich in selenium protects against cancers of the stomach, breast, esophagus, lung, prostate, colon, and rectum.

According to Dr. Harold Foster, death rates in the USA for cancer are lower when blood selenium levels are high.[10] One important study found that a high blood level of selenium is associated with a 4-5-fold decrease in the risk of prostate cancer. Continue reading

Take Magnesium to Escape Cancer

Below is a report from Dr. Robert H. Craig from circa 1930 entitled The Value of Magnesium Chloride as an Aid in the Treatment of Cancer. It confirms everything I have ever written about magnesium and cancer and sustains my continued insistence that it remain the number one medicinal in every cancer protocol. When combined with selenium (just 200 mcg a day reduces one’s chance of dying from cancer), sodium and potassium bicarbonate, iodine and cannabinoid medicine we see the nuclear core of the Natural Allopathic way of treating cancer.

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Integrative Medicine

Why we can’t afford to ignore integrative medicine and why we really do have the power to heal ourselves.

Power to heal … Scott Stephens.

By the time Scott Stephens’ doctor leaned forward and said “You know what, mate?… You might just be cancer free,” it had been an arduous road for the then 29 year-old.

After having a melanoma cut out of his thigh at 23, the cabinet-maker was a bit shook up. But, within two months, he was back to life as normal, “drinking beers, having bbqs and heading out on my surfboard.” Continue reading

Magnesium Baths for Safer Pregnancy and Birth

A warm bath is not only safe, but very soothing for the pregnant mom-to-be. Many doctors will recommend the use of a warm bath to soothe tired and aching muscles and alleviate the pain associated with sciatica, the swelling associated with edema and for women suffering from hemorrhoids.

Adding magnesium to the bath (bicarbonate included) will benefit both mother and fetus. Pregnancy cannot be normal unless magnesium levels are adequate.

The concentration of magnesium in the placental and fetal tissues increases during pregnancy. The requirements for this element in a pregnant woman’s organism generally exceed its supply; hence, pregnancy should be considered a condition of ‘physiological hypomagnesemia’

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