Early Alzheimer recovery is possible. A recent study on patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) found that less than a gram (1,000 mg.) of turmeric daily, taken for three months, resulted in ‘remarkable improvements.’
Fluoroquinolone antibiotics can ruin you! I share this post with the permission of Amy Moser over at Mountains & Mustard Seeds in hopes that you or a loved one can be spared what she and many others have suffered from these dreadful antibiotics!
Hi, there, we need to talk. My name is Amy Moser. I have almost written this post at least 20 times and got too overwhelmed and abandoned it. Well here goes…
Aluminum is a neurotoxin far worse than mercury…(source)
A study in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, admitted that: “Aluminum is now being implicated as interfering with a variety of cellular and metabolic processes in the nervous system and in other tissues.”
Somewhere along the way, I believed pressure cooking harmed our food. I’d heard traditional foodies say, “Pressure cookers cook at super high temperatures when we historically cooked foods slowly over fire. It’s destroys the nutrients.” Because I’ll almost always choose to go with the wisdom of experience when it comes to food and health, this argument made sense.
Then I started hearing from health-conscious food bloggers who used the pressure cooker to make rich broth in a fraction of the cooking time. If pressure cooking is so terrible on nutrients, I had to ask, why then was their broth a perfect, thick jiggly gelatin, a proof-positive sign of its mineral content and collagen goodness?
When I became concerned my ‘made-in-China’ slow cooker could be leaching lead, I started to do my research.
What is brain starvation and what causes it? I recently learned how an easily corrected deficiency in diet can actually cause active brains to function poorly – especially in boys. Please join me as we explore something every parent should know.
Most of us are aware that boys and girls are different. They see things differently, they play differently and they think differently. I was surprised to find out recently that boys also have different nutritional needs than do girls. Is your son’s brain starving?
WebMD is currently the most visited health site on the internet. But is it a truly an independent and objective online health information resource?
Today’s moms and dads, conscientious and watchful for their family’s health, often research online. As a medical researcher myself, I’m always trying to discern if the information a site contains is safe and credible or not. Along the way, there are some you grow to love and some you learn to distrust.
While the general belief is that WebMD is a trustworthy source of unbiased health information, it’s become quite clear that it is an accomplice (a shill), using its influence to primarily promote Big Pharma health strategies and products.
Back in 2010, it was exposed how a free online depression test they marketed was rigged in such a way that no matter how you responded the only answer you could receive was that you were at risk for major depression and should discuss your options with your doctor. This fake test was sponsored by Eli Lilly, the maker of Cymbalta, and its function was quite clear – to get you to inquire about antidepressants.
Eli Lilly was one of WebMD’s original partners and investors, along with Microsoft, DuPont, News Corp, and Silicon Graphics.
WebMD is the first private company to become a partner of the FDA. For every ailment that the health site presents, you get the corresponding pharmaceutical option that the FDA wants you to take. The safe, inexpensive, n0-side-effect alternatives and strategies that can help improve your health (and prevent drug-related injuries) are ignored.
“A patient cured is a customer lost.” ~Big Pharma
Furthermore, their partnerships and subsidiaries suggest that WebMD is anything but an independent consumer website offering accurate and unbiased health advice. (They own four of the top ten most visited health sites on the web, further extending pharmceutical companies influence.)
Monsanto is the latest corporate giant to wield its influence through WebMD’s popularity. (source)
And lastly, in 2013, The Washington Times reported that the federal government awarded WebMD a $4.8 million contract for its agreement to post pro-Obamacare propaganda on its website, including the deceptive article “7 Surprising Things About the Affordable Care Act.”
So if you’re one one of the nearly 12 million people who visit WebMD.com every month, you’re getting a healthy dose of Monsanto propaganda along with your “health research”. I do not obtain medical advice from WebMD whose sponsors consist of unscrupulous, deceptive companies.
“Believe nothing that you hear, nothing that you read, and only half of what you see”. ~My Granddad
“If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.” ~James 1:5
I research many places, but find myself returning to:
What credible and safe sites do you research?