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

Hydrogen – The Future of Energy and Medicine

Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant element in the universe, and it is the key to fulfilling the world’s growing energy needs while fighting pollution. Hydrogen is the up-and-coming alternative form of energy and holds promise in part because the main byproduct of hydrogen energy production is water. Continue reading

Eminent doc: Media censored COVID-19 early treatment options that could have reduced fatalities by 85%

An exceedingly well-qualified physician, who was censored by YouTube last year, addressed the Texas State Senate Health and Human Service Committee last month providing thorough information on successful treatments of COVID-19, the present high-level of herd immunity from the disease, the very limited potential of “vaccines,” and the data that shows early treatment could have saved up to 85 percent of the “over 500,000 deaths in the United States.” Continue reading

CMS Expands Telehealth Coverage for Audiologists- Speech-Language Pathologists

CMS has added a number of CPT codes to the list of audiology and speech-language pathology services provided by telehealth that will be covered by Medicare during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Institutionalized Medical Malpractice & COVID

It’s been over six weeks since Iowa dropped all state-level COVID restrictions, and surprise, surprise, hospitalized patients are down 54 percent. But if you try to Google this information, all you will see is death, dying, and it must be the end of the world because of COVID, which miraculously seems to be a cure for the flu. Continue reading

Breathe in: 7 Natural ways to address dyspnea (shortness of breath)

Few sensations are as frightening as not being able to breathe. Shortness of breath is an uncomfortable feeling that can either be mild and fleeting or serious and chronic. Continue reading

A Guide to Lymphatic Health and Sleep

The lymphatic system serves as your body’s waste center, getting rid of infections and dead cells found in tissues. It’s incredibly complex, and if it malfunctions, it can lead to some serious conditions and diseases. Continue reading

Vitamin D deficiency is the primary cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths

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A board-certified pathologist is speaking out about the underlying cause of covid hospitalizations and deaths. Dr. Ryan Cole is the founder of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent laboratories in Idaho. He has studied the real reasons why people suffer from infections. Vitamin D deficiency, which plagues approximately 70 percent of the world’s population, is the real public health issue at hand. Continue reading

Poinsettia Care Guide – How to Grow Poinsettia

Many people, myself included, will either give or receive at least one poinsettia plant during the festive period. Like the Christmas Cactus, this is one of the most popular and recognizable flowers of the festive period. Continue reading

Israel Starts Production of COVID-killing Nasal Spray

Developed by an Israeli biochemist, the anti-viral nasal spray has been shown to kill 99.9% of viruses. Continue reading

Short Bursts of Exercise Slow Cognitive Decline

Want to keep your brain sharp as you age? Exercising for as little as 10 minutes a few times per week can help stop mental decline in its tracks 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 SurvivalSullivan.com) Continue reading

What You Can Learn From the African Hadza Tribe

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  • The Hadza tribe are among the best still-living representations of the way humans have lived for tens of thousands of years. They’re nomadic hunter-gatherers whose diet is primarily meat-based
  • Chronic disease is rare among the Hadza, who remain vital well into old age
  • The Hadza primarily eat meat, including organ meats and connective tissue, tubers, berries, and fruit and honey from the baobab tree. As such it is relatively low to moderate in fiber
  • Raw honey contains nitric oxide metabolites that are converted back to nitric oxide when consumed. Research shows honey increases nitric oxide and total nitrite concentrations and improves endothelial function. Heating decreases the nitric oxide metabolites in the honey
  • There’s an intrinsic happiness that spontaneously arises when you engage in certain types of behaviors, and topping that list is the regular immersion in the natural world

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Osteoporosis Is Scurvy of the Bone- Not Calcium Deficiency

It saddens me to see older women diagnosed with “osteopenia” or “osteoporosis” listening to their doctors and taking supplemental calcium and even problematic drugs called bisphosphonates. These are irrational, dogmatic, harmful approaches to the problem of degrading bone as we age 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