Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND – Page 80 – The Doctor of the Future

Reflections on the H1N1 Hysteria of 2009

January 23, 2010

The H1N1 hoax of 2009. Did you notice how both the mainstream and the alternative media blew things way out of proportion? For example: Alternative media scared people witless predicting forced inoculation and concentration camps for those who didn’t submit to the Vaccine Gestapo. Mainstream media predicted H1N1 would kill millions worldwide. Alternative media predicted millions […]

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Is Milk Good For You?

January 21, 2010

“What an irresponsible article,” says one reader in response to Faking Our Foods – where I wrote that a moderate amount of organic dairy fat is healthy. Two others join her to give me quite a lecture based on opinions that they confuse with facts: “Cow’s milk is made for calves – not humans,” they […]

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How The Island from LOST Cured Rose of Cancer

January 19, 2010

In the TV show LOST (of which I’m a big fan) Oceanic Flight 815 crashes on a tropical island in the South Pacific. The survivors soon find themselves cured of chronic illnesses. They heal quickly from minor accidents. Even infertility vanishes. Well, I’m going to show you why I think “The Island’s” healing powers aren’t […]

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2010 – The Year Without Orange Juice?

January 16, 2010

Reports are coming in that as much as 40% of the world’s orange juice supply (mainly from Florida) may be destroyed thanks to the global deep freeze we are currently experiencing. (necn.com) Will 2010 be remembered as the year without oranges? Hard to say. It does sound, however, like there’ll be less of them around. […]

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My Top 12 Wellness Predictions for 2010 (Part 3)

January 13, 2010

Here’s what science fiction writer Ray Bradbury had to say about the future of mankind… People ask me to predict the future, when all I want to do is prevent it. Better yet, build it. Predicting the future is much too easy, anyway. You look at the people around you, the street you stand on, […]

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My Top 12 Wellness Predictions for 2010 (Part 2)

January 8, 2010

Many people are concerned about how the economy will pan out in 2010. Government bailouts tried to keep things together in ’09. But at what price? Did we avoid a recession only to set ourselves up for another great depression? But just because we might all be bartering potatoes and trading with silver coins… it […]

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The Tomato Sauce Did It!

January 6, 2010

Time for the unveiling of the true culprit of my unfortunate night of purging. Yes, it was probably spoiled tomato sauce that caused the food poisoning I experienced a few weeks back (as most of you bright people guessed). Someone gave me the benefit of the doubt saying I probably cooked the sauce before using it. […]

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My Top 12 Wellness Predictions For 2010 (Part 1)

January 4, 2010

Plenty of grim predictions going about for 2010: War with Iran. The Greatest Depression. More taxes. Zimbabwe-like inflation. Oppressive health care. More taxes. Shock bracelets for airline passengers. More taxes. And yet another Batman movie. Sheesh… to everything there are two sides. I like to say “not in my universe.” I predict what I see […]

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Whodunit? Seven Food Poisoning Suspects…

December 30, 2009

As fate would have it, I was finishing Module 39 of Future Health Now! (How to Eat Leftovers Without the Mold, Yeast and Bacteria) around the time of my food poisoning episode. I’ve often said that I like to experience what I’m telling my clients and readers… but this was way beyond the call of […]

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Faking Our Foods

December 29, 2009

“A delicious blend of sugar, wax and condom lube.” That’s how Wired Magazine described the wonders of Cool Whip few years back. In our modern era of “Better Living Through Chemistry” Cool Whip was created as a substitute for real cream. But what was wrong with real cream? The propaganda of our time still claims it […]

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