Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND – Page 88 – The Doctor of the Future

A Prescription Drug for the Annoyingly Cheerful

April 17, 2009

Today, I have a news (video) clip about a new drug that helps people who have a “persistently positive outlook on life.” The following ONN news clip reports that the FDA approved the first ever depressant drug. (Note: NOT an anti-depressant.) It’s a proposed treatment for the “approximately 20 million Americans who are insufferably cheery.” […]

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IBS for Dummies: The Saga Continues…

April 4, 2009

If you own a website, have written a book, or otherwise would benefit from some free publicity, I want to tell you about a new project my sister and I are up to… Three years ago, my sister, writer and EFT expert Christine Wheeler, and I wrote IBS for Dummies. Jeffrey Roberts, President and Founder […]

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Am I a Natural Health Outlier? (Part 2)

March 28, 2009

“People don’t rise from nothing,” Malcolm Gladwell writes in his book Outliers. “They are invariably the beneficiaries of hidden advantages and extraordinary opportunities and cultural legacies that allow them to learn and work hard and make sense of the world … It is only by asking where they are from that we can unravel the […]

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Am I a Natural Health Outlier? (Part 1)

March 23, 2009

I recently finished Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book, Outliers, which takes a new look at what really makes people successful. How did Bill Gates become a billionaire? Why are most pro hockey players born in January? What makes Asians so good at math? What made the Beatles the greatest rock band ever? These are the type […]

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Is The FDA Really at War With Natural Health?

March 13, 2009

Last weekend, I attended Expo West in Anaheim, California where natural health companies from 28 countries shared their latest innovations from Mother Nature. “Every major health trade show hosts an FDA compliance officer (much like a Nazi Gestapo officer),” writes Mike Adams, The Health Ranger (FDA Running Extortion Racket). “[They] walk the show floor and […]

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A Raw Food Diet Doesn’t Stay Raw for Long

March 6, 2009

Last spring, I visited my foster daughter who shared with her delicious nut pâté recipe and other raw food wonders. Your stomach “cooks” everything soon after ingestion.  The acid it produces can eat through a razor blade. Even a strict raw foodist is cooking all their meals. But our internal ovens don’t always get hot […]

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Recession-Pinched Flock to KFC For Sugar-Coated Protein

February 27, 2009

What really saves more time and money… eating at a fast food joint or cooking at home? While tens of millions have lost their jobs, KFC opened 300 new outlets in Britain (guardian.co.uk). Subway sandwiches are offering 7,000 new positions. Domino’s Pizza reports sales have risen 10%. McDonald’s revenue for 2007 reached a record $22 […]

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Would You Travel 9,600 Kilometers JUST to Have Dinner?

February 19, 2009

Every Saturday morning I head down to the local Kahului farmer’s market here on Maui. Much of the food was picked that morning by a farmer waking up at 3 a.m. “[Fisheries] catch white fish in Lake Winnipeg,” explains David Suzuki, “They put them in barrels, ship them to China, where Chinese women fillet them. […]

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