Each night at dinnertime, a familiar ritual played out in Michael Green’s home: He’d slide a stainless steel sippy cup across the table to his two-year-old daughter, Juliette, and she’d howl for the pink plastic one.
Often, Green gave in. But he had a nagging feeling.
There are 2 videos in this post. In the first video, Dr. Stanley Plotkin gives heinous admissions that you might read in Orwell’s predictive book 1984. The second video below is the scientific exposé of human DNA fragments and the connection “with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas.” Getting awareness to more individuals and families can’t happen soon enough….
Oil pulling has my full attention – finally!
I’d heard about Oil Pulling (OP) from Facebook friends’ comments, often with amazing results, but for some reason oil pulling had just seemed too simplistic to me.
I have compiled 6 selected personal accounts of how diligent oil pulling has saved money, pain, and worry, as well as prevented numerous dental procedures. I wish I had done oil pulling years ago! After my recent 7 months of dental nightmares – 2 bone grafts and an implant after finding a deep bone infection with bone loss – I write this because it’s time we embrace that we can PREVENT many dental issues!
At the end I give directions for HOW to oil pull, if it’s SAFE to oil pull with amalgams (metal fillings), and if it makes filling fall out.
Not only are antibiotics becoming less effective, now there’s a Canadian study (funded by the US Office of Naval Research) that shows even low-doses of penicillin (Ampicillin, etc.) may increase aggressive behavior and long-term behavioral changes – especially in children.
[Certainly, there are other causes of antisocial behavior – from bullying at school to genetics and family history, as well as violent, unstable, or tumultuous home life, but that is outside the scope of this post.]
Other studies have shown that broad-spectrum antibiotics in adults can affect behavior, but this is the first study proving that even a small amount of antibiotics can have behavioral consequences in our youngest.…
When I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease about 6 years ago, I had blood tests on a weekly bases. One thing that shocked me was my genetic testing.
From week to week my genes would change. …