Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a very common health problem. While both men and women get UTIs, women are more prone to them. However, urinary tract infections can also lead to kidney infections and other complications if the bacteria spread to the kidneys or bloodstream. Continue reading
Since colds are viral in nature, antibiotics are completely useless and should be avoided, unless your physician diagnoses a serious secondary bacterial infection
Vitamin C is known for its benefits for infectious diseases. Continue reading
Your skin bruises more easily as you get older and may also be due to straining during exercise, certain medications, or underlying medical conditions
A deficiency in bioflavonoids and vitamin C may also lead to easy bruising Continue reading
People who drank green tea one to six days a week had less mental decline and a lower risk of dementia than non-tea drinkers
The epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) in green tea is Continue reading
My ongoing relationship with vitamin C now spans a full 20 years, when I first met Dr. Hal Huggins, Continue reading
Sometimes called the ‘sunshine vitamin’ because it is found in high levels in citrus fruits, vitamin C has a uniquely regenerative role in hormone health and cancer prevention that has been overlooked for over twenty years!
Truly groundbreaking research on the regenerative potential of vitamin C therapy for hormone health as well as cancer prevention was performed over twenty years ago, and yet still today it has received little to no attention. Continue reading
Kale contains more than 45 unique flavonoids, which have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits
Kale is rich in disease-fighting vitamins K, A, and C, along with respectable amounts of manganese, copper, B vitamins, fiber, calcium, and potassium Continue reading
I answer the question, “Which supplements should I take?” Plus, find out which ones I take.
With Thanksgiving and the new year fast approaching, 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
Fibromyalgia, like most modern day ‘syndromes,’ is considered ‘idiopathic’ – a fancy word for “we don’t know,” and often times used as an excuse for not looking deeper into the root causes of the patient’s suffering. Conventional treatment is palliative at best, and harmful at worst — all the more reason why natural approaches are so greatly needed.
A Burning Question – Got the -itis? Bronch-itis, arthr-itis, gingiv-itis? The -itis signifies inflammation, as in flame and burning, but inflammation is also at the root of cancers, heart disease and the rest. Inflammation is an acute and usually obvious “get to the doctor” problem where Continue reading