Junk is Junk!

December 24, 2016

Apparently the “experts” still don’t know whether sugar is good or bad for you!! In a recent Medscape article “Junk Science or Junk Food? Experts Debate Sugar Guidelines,” they say that the guidelines on dietary sugar “do not meet the criteria for trustworthy recommendations for reasons that include low-quality evidence and inconsistent advice.” This review, […]

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America’s Other Drug Problem

December 21, 2016

“’America’s Other Drug Problem’: Copious Prescriptions for Hospitalized Elderly” is the title of an Aug 30, 2016 Medscape article. You get the gist from the title and it’s a problem that I’ve been writing about for years. As I’ve said many times, when I was in medical school, we were given a healthy respect for powerful medications and told to use them for as short a time as possible. Nowadays most doctors believe in polypharmacy and expect patients to take a handful of drugs for life, many of them as “preventive” measures.

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Evidence for Nutraceuticals Treating Diabetes

December 16, 2016

Diabetes is the most searched-for health condition on the web today. Millions of people are trying to find out what it is and how to overcome it. However, modern medicine doesn’t have time to educate people about lifestyle and modern doctors know nothing about the minerals that help prevent diabetes. Instead, they prescribe drugs to force the pancreas to produce more insulin, to try and make cells allow glucose to enter. Having been bombarded with too much insulin already, these cells are insulin resistant and won’t accept any more glucose. Thus, the cells starve and no energy is produced and the blood stream is saturated with sugar. Magnesium deficiency is a direct cause of insulin resistance.

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Magnesium Citrate and Ceruloplasmin Clarification

December 15, 2016

As Morley Robbins said in a post to the Magnesium Advocacy Group Dec 14, 2016, he and I don’t agree that magnesium citrate should be avoided. Morley gives the link to a recent paper that I sent him by the highly credentialed magnesium expert, Dr. Andrea Rosanoff, from the Center for Magnesium Education and Research. The paper is called Magnesium Citrate and Ceruloplasmin Consumer Education and Overview.

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ReCalcia is in the House!

December 5, 2016

I’m taking a moment from my endless editing of The Magnesium Miracle (2017) to announce the long-awaited arrival of ReCalcia. I’d also like to explain to people who may be “shocked” that I’m selling a calcium product after I’ve been so adamantly against calcium supplements for so long. Below is an excerpt from the updated Invisible Minerals Part II, which is now about ReMyte and ReCalcia. It will be available within a few days at RnA ReSet. Just look for ReCalcia on the cover along with ReMyte.

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Don’t be Crushed by the Cold

November 30, 2016

On this Summit I spoke about Total Biology and The Conflict Basis of Disease – how emotional triggers and traumas cause the body to react on a physical level in the body’s attempt to solve the emotional conflict. As Dr. Claude Sabbah, the creator of Total Biology says, “Disease is the brain’s best solution to keep the person alive as long as possible.”

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Thanksgiving Gifting

November 24, 2016

I gift I would like to share with everyone, to help celebrate this day, is from my foster daughter, Shakaya. Her gift is a dowloadable PDF file of her 13 Timeless Beauty Treats. There is a special nod to me, because Shakaya uses my ReStructure Protein Powder in making Treats # 12 and 13!

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Homeopathy Endangered!

November 20, 2016

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), not the FDA, has “just announced its intent to pursue manufacturers of over-the-counter (OTC) homeopathy remedies who cannot back up health claims with scientific evidence.” Yes, they used the word pursue – and that’s what they intend to do!

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Help, I’m Having An ACS!

November 18, 2016

Did you know that people are no longer having heart attacks but instead they are suffering Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)? That’s what a recent Medscape article tells me. I’ve noticed a trend in allopathetic medicine that if they can’t cure a disease, they rename it and create subcategories making it more mysterious so they can appear to know more than their patients. Ironically, a couple of subcategories in ACS are defined by EKG changes that have everything to do with magnesium deficiency! They have also unveiled a new heart disease called Takotsubo cardiomyopathy but I know it by another name.

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Birth Control Betrayal

November 14, 2016

I’ve just accepted an invitation to take part in a Hormonal Harmony Summit. It won’t air until Feb 2017, but the information I’ve already gleaned from my host, Kiran Ram, is so important that I want to blog about it and talk about it today on my radio show at 4pm PST. Kiran told me […]

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