Your Best Self Now & Total Biology

March 28, 2017

Elana Terziyska is a health coach who shares her expertise with women who have eating disorders. She brings her own experience, boundless energy, and enthusiasm to the table making her very successful in her work. Elana emphasizes diet, strength training, and emotional support and was particularly interested in whether people should take supplements. I said […]

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The Great Cholesterol Con

March 25, 2017

Dr. Malcolm Kendrick is one of several famous cholesterol researchers whose 2016 BMJ paper is titled, “Lack of an Association or an Inverse Association Between Low-Density-Lipoprotein Cholesterol and Mortality in The Elderly: A Systematic Review.” Dr. Kendrick has been an active critic of cholesterol and statin drugs for many years.

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The Total Biology of CFS

March 20, 2017

Paul Virilio (born 1932) is a French cultural theorist best known for his writings about technology as it has developed in relation to speed and power. I recently read something he said and it struck me as another way to explain Total Body Meltdown. Virilio said “Together with the build-up of information superhighways we are facing a new phenomenon: loss of orientation.

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Magnesium Deficient Anxiety

March 16, 2017

I had a wonderful conversation last week with Shann Vander Leek titled “What You Need to Know About Magnesium Deficiency & Anxiety.” Shann and her Anxiety-Slayer partner, Ananga Sivyer, are dedicated to “…help you feel more peace and tranquility in your life with anxiety release exercises and supportive tools created to slay your anxiety.”

The interview went live today (Thurs Mar 16, 2017) on the AnxietySlayer website, Stitcher, Google Play, and iTunes.

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Still Pushing the Polypill

March 12, 2017

Not heeding my previous warnings about the dangers of the Polypill for heart disease, a recent Lancet article titled “Polypills: An Essential Medicine For Cardiovascular Disease” shows the intent of modern medicine to “educate” the public about their “benefits” in spite of the fact that studies don’t find that they work.

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Selling Sickness

March 4, 2017

An old friend, a brilliant chiropractor/naturopath, recently mentioned a book called Selling Sickness: How the World’s Biggest Pharmaceutical Companies Are Turning Us All Into Patients (2009) by a Canadian drug-policy researcher, Alan Cassels, of the University of Victoria, British Columbia. When I went to purchase it on Amazon, a “bot” that has a bigger brain […]

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Affordable Health Caring!

March 3, 2017

We want affordable health care but we also deserve health care that works. Instead, we’ve come to accept assembly-line medicine consisting of lots of tests, drugs, and surgery, often orchestrated by non-medical health care providers according to standardized protocols. I’ve had people tell me that will use drugs, even though they have side effects, because they are covered by insurance so they don’t have to pay out-of-pocket for natural medicine alternatives.

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Treating Macular Degeneration & Macular Hole

February 25, 2017

Last week a friend asked if there were any natural remedies for treating a hole in the macula. The macula is an oval-shaped pigmented area near the center of the retina of the eye, which forms the back layer of the eye. The retina is sensitive to light and triggers nerve impulses that pass along the […]

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55,000 Supplements to Choose From

February 17, 2017

A blog reader asked me about one of those never-ending advertising pages that come to your inbox; this one was selling supplements to revive your thymus gland. They warn people that: “Modern medicine prescribes replacement thyroid, estrogen, and insulin but fails to prescribe another important hormone, leaving millions of senior Americans with a weak immune system and vulnerability to infection and cancer.” So, right away they have your attention and make you feel “less than,” in danger, and fearful because they say you are missing something.

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