Should You Drink Lemon Water?

Drinking lemon water is fast becoming a popular everyday trend among the health-conscious. Science vouches for this habit through a number of health benefits brought about by vitamin C and other protective agents in the citrus fruit Continue reading

70 Reasons To Eat More Flaxseed

The science has never been clearer: flaxseed deserves to be top of the list of the world’s most important medicinal foods. For just pennies a day it may protect against dozens of life-threatening health conditions Continue reading

Massacring Cancer with Oxygen and Bicarbonates

Cancer is not a popular topic, and as far as the media is concerned, no one dies from anything except COVID. In terms of medicine, everything is focused on the pandemic, everything on viruses and vaccines. However, the reality is that we have a super monstrous cancer pandemic in progress threatening to worsen. Continue reading

Five Reasons to Eat More Onions

Onions are an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and pro-heart powerhouse that come in various colors and types. Here are five of the vegetable’s important contributions to health Continue reading

Pomegranate: Evidence-Based Benefits of This Antioxidant Superstar

Pomegranate, with its characteristic red arils, is small but mighty when it comes to substantial benefits to your health as a superfood Continue reading

Learn how to make milk thistle extract-the all-purpose remedy for preppers

Milk thistle is an herb that offers some benefits, such as promoting liver and heart health. While others consider the plant an invasive weed, preppers know that milk thistle is useful when turned into a potent extract. (h/t to Continue reading

Mercury, Radiation, Fungus and Magnesium Deficiencies Lead to Diabetes and Cancer

In their book Infectious Diabetes, Doug Kaufman and Dr. David Holland describe a significant link between diabetes and cancer, pointing out that when our immune system is compromised and unable to fight off fungal invasions, we succumb to diabetes and cancer more quickly. Continue reading

Cancer Patients Should Know More Than Their Oncologists

Do you remember sayings about knowing oneself? Lao Tzu said, “He who knows others is wise; he who knows himself is enlightened.” There are many such quotes, but today I introduce a new one. “He or she who knows more than their oncologist will survive their cancer.” I am offering you the opportunity to do precisely this by giving you 80 percent off my comprehensive cancer course. (See details below.) Continue reading

MEDICAL SHOCKER: Scientists at Sloan Kettering discover mRNA inactivates tumor-suppressing proteins, meaning it can promote cancer


There’s a secret layer of information in your cells called messenger RNA, that’s located between DNA and proteins, that serves as a critical link. Now, in a medical shocker to the whole world of vaccine philosophy, scientists at Sloan Kettering found that mRNA itself carries cancer CAUSING changes – changes that genetic tests don’t even analyze, flying completely under the radar of oncologists across the globe. Continue reading

Bicarbonate Miracle and Cancer – Part 1

Sodium bicarbonate is a surprisingly useful tool for treating and preventing cancer. The basic reason that sodium bicarbonate is such a wonderful cancer treatment is that it directly increases CO2 levels in the body. Cancer tumors respond to increased CO2 in a way that does not favor their continued growth. Continue reading

Mount Sinai Extends Cancer Care to the Home With New Telehealth Program

The New York health system is launching a remote patient monitoring program that will allow care teams to track and communicate with patients at home through an mHealth wearable and telehealth platform.

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Hawai’i FQHCs Get $1.3 Million to Launch, Expand Telehealth Services

14 federally qualified health centers on six islands will share $1.3 million in grants to use telehealth and mHealth tools to improve access to care for some of the state’s most underserved populations.

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Researchers Discover Why Gum Disease Causes Heart Disease

Think skipping your nightly dental care routine is no big deal? The results of a recent study linking gum health to inflammatory diseases like heart disease may convince you to never skip oral hygiene again  Continue reading

Retrain Your Brain How to Smell Again

Retrain Your Brain How to Smell Again


  • Loss of sense of smell, a condition known as anosmia, is a common symptom of COVID-19 and also can be caused by aging, vitamin D deficiency, certain medications, diabetes, certain viral illnesses and many neurological conditions
  • The olfactory system is highly responsive to training; in one study, a 12-week smell training session significantly increased the sensitivity to detect odors in those with anosmia
  • The basis for smell training is that using a neural pathway, such as that used by your olfactory nerve cells, reinforces and strengthens it
  • To try it, all you need is four different fragrances, such as rose, lemon, clove and eucalyptus essential oils
  • Actively sniff each scent for about 20 seconds a couple of times a day, such as immediately after waking up and before going to bed; be sure focus your concentration on the scent while you’re sniffing, trying to recall your experience of the scent 

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Vitamin D Reduces Cancer Deaths


  • Several recent studies demonstrate vitamin D can have a significantly beneficial impact on your cancer risk, both in terms of preventing cancer and in the treatment of cancer
  • A secondary analysis of the VITAL study found patients with no prior history of cancer who took 2,000 IUs of vitamin D per day reduced their risk for metastatic cancer and death by 17%
  • The risk for metastatic cancer and death was reduced by as much as 38% among those who also maintained a healthy weight
  • Another meta-analysis found supplementation with vitamin D resulted in a 30% reduction in adverse colorectal cancer outcomes. Vitamin D also improved outcomes among patients already diagnosed with colorectal cancer
  • Research has also shown women who have a vitamin D level at or above 60 ng/mL (150 nmol/L) have an 82% lower risk of breast cancer compared to those with levels below 20 ng/mL (50 nmol/L)

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