In today’s world, fluoride is hard to avoid completely. Here’s how to detox your body. Adding fluoride to the water supplies has been called murder on a grand scale. But whether or not your town adds it to your drinking water, you’re probably ingesting this toxin every day.
You’re exposed to fluoride if you take prescription drugs like Prozac, swim in pools, or sit in hot tubs. Continue reading →
Offering a revolution in medicine, that any person, patient, doctor or alternative healthcare practitioner can practice, Natural Allopathic Medicine offers hope in the 21st century to rich and poor alike. This chapter is an overview of dosages for most of the Natural Allopathic protocol.
Dosages are not an exact science for it varies so much from person to person and from one medical situation to another. Great weight differences need to be estimated in. Obviously infants cannot handle what a full-grown adult could but do not tell that to pediatricians who support vaccinationists who do not pay keen attention to medical Continue reading →
Anyone who cares to learn how to practice Natural Allopathic Medicine principals can do so with ease. Natural Allopathic Medicine should be taught to mothers who are in the front lines of medical care because they are the ones who make most medical decisions for themselves and their families. It should also be taught to high school students and Continue reading →
Hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid, is a very common problem, and there are many reasons for this, including drinking chlorinated and fluoridated water, and eating brominated flour Continue reading →
In the absence of precise data, it is difficult to assess our evolutionary heritage or detail the conditions ancient humans were once adapted to. We were there! Your DNA was surely there, but down through the generations we just forgot. Continue reading →
In the absence of precise data, it is difficult to assess our evolutionary heritage or detail the conditions ancient humans were once adapted to. We were there! Your DNA was surely there, but down through the generations we just forgot. Given that our atmosphere is now lower in oxygen than during Continue reading →
With the recent news that Fukushima’s nuclear situation has once more gotten out of hand, it’s important to ensure your body is nutritionally fortified to withstand as best as possible the damage done by radioactive exposure, however little or large it may be, on an on-going basis. Superfoods and fresh juice intake can accomplish this, but beyond that, it’s also important to have Continue reading →
For years experts have been warning against the dangers of sodium fluoride, but that awareness has grown in recent years, as cities like Portland, Ore. have angered residents with plans to add fluoride, and voters in Wichita, Kan. voting against adding it to their water system for the third time in as many decades. Continue reading →
A tiny gland in the center of the brain named the pineal may seem insignificant, but researchers have found it to be vital for physical, mental and, many believe, spiritual health. Through poor diet, exposure to toxins, stress and modern lifestyle choices, the pineal gland becomes hardened, calcified and shuts down. To awaken this gland from its slumber, detoxification is necessary using diet and herbs, Continue reading →
It should be outrageous to think that the very water we drink is poisoned—but the water actually is. Although calcium fluoride is found naturally in underground and ocean water, the sodium fluoride added to the public water supply is virtually toxic, a wolf in the sheep’s garb of improved dental health. Continue reading →
A hallmark of our modern times is the fact that too many of us now eat processed, chemicalized, ersatz food. So it’s no wonder metabolic and digestive problems are on the rise, as are food allergies and obesity. There are real dangers in consuming the standard American diet. It’s time to get back to real food.
For millennia prior to the Industrial Revolution, most humans lived an agrarian lifestyle and people raised the food they and their families ate. Fast forward to 2012, and other than kitchen or summer gardens, most people don’t grow their own food nor do they put up food for the winter. But growing your own is something that can significantly improve your meals and your health. Continue reading →
Your body loves micronutrients. It doesn’t need a lot of these essential dietary elements — trace amounts are enough. But without these small amounts, you’re in for all sorts of health problems, including added weight. Research has shown micronutrient deficiency to be scientifically linked to a higher risk of obesity and other diseases dangerous to your health.
In the latest health news, a study performed at the Department of Nutritional Research and Education in North Venice, Florida, shows that many popular diets are low in micronutrients — in other words, they may not be helping people to shed extra pounds at all.
Believe it or not, salt is good for your health! But why do we often hear our doctors advise us to stay away from salt or salt-treated foods? Yet we need salt to balance our diet. So are all salts the same? What really makes sea salt different from a regular salt? Let us take a closer look on the big difference between regular table salt and sea salt.
Our old table salt is highly refined, going through a process that removes the magnesium and trace minerals. Various additives are added, like aluminum compound to keep it dry. The natural iodine is destroyed during its refining process and only added back in the form of potassium iodide. As for sea salt, it is naturally dried under the heat of the sun. Therefore retains its natural iodine from the sea. It also means there is still large mineral content. With sea salt you don’t need to use too much of it since it has much stronger flavor than table salt.
According to Ayurveda doctors, sea salts are the most beneficial forms of salt because they don’t increase the sodium content of blood, Continue reading →