Best Kept Secrets to Prevent, Halt, or Even Reverse Macular Degeneration

Have you ever felt your money was wasted on supplements? That even though you consistently followed the protocol from your health-care practitioner you were not getting the results others obtained with the same program? You may have been right! We’ve helped hundreds of patients with age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) with these healing secrets designed to help “non-responders”; those for whom the average supplement and dietary protocol fails to work. Continue reading

Tests to Assess Your Risk for Chronic Disease and COVID-19

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  • Glaucoma and Alzheimer’s disease frequently follow each other. Glaucoma can be viewed as “Alzheimer’s disease of the eye,” and Alzheimer’s as “glaucoma of the brain”
  • Cataracts are a manifestation of your innate immune response against acute or chronic infection. The infection is what’s causing this unfolded protein response to matriculate
  • Early cataracts are a bad sign for longevity. Most people with cataracts die of some vascular event fairly young
  • Many common lab tests can also tell you a lot about your health and the state of your immune system; the usefulness of 11 lab tests is reviewed
  • Retinal assessment and various lab assays can identify a brewing problem, which can then be addressed using strategies such as nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes

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Jonathan Cahn’s prophecy of Trump

Jonathan Cahn’s prophecy of Trump

Jonathan Cahn gives us a more in depth view of ancient rule of Cyrus of Isaiah 45 and how Donald Trump fits this picture for a now revelation of God’s purpose in our nation. #Trump #Prophecy #Jonathancahn #itsupernatural  Continue reading

Supportive Role of Homeopathy for Corneal Ulcer

Supportive Role of Homeopathy for Corneal Ulcer

Corneal ulcer refers to an open sore or erosion forming on the cornea. Cornea is a transparent part covering the front portion of the eye including pupil, iris and the anterior chamber. Homeopathy for corneal ulcer can help manage the signs and symptoms and halt further progression of the condition.

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The Simple Eating Hack That Could Prevent Most Diseases Including Blindness

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  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., is said to be a disease associated with aging but Dr. Chris Knobbe believes it’s mostly related to diet
  • Nine years of extensive research and investigation has led Knobbe to conclude that AMD is driven by nutrient deficiencies and toxicity, caused by processed foods
  • In 1900, the top four causes of death were infectious in nature; by 2010, this had all changed, with chronic diseases replacing infectious diseases as the top killers
  • The four primary components that make up processed foods that are, in turn, contributing to chronic diseases like AMD are sugar, industrially processed seed oils, refined flour and trans fats; industrially processed seed oils are clearly the worst offender
  • According to Knobbe, there were only 50 cases of AMD described across the globe between 1851 and 1930; this skyrocketed to an estimated 196 million cases in 2020
  • Knobbe believes that by following an ancestral diet, rich in grass fed meat and poultry, pastured dairy, wild-caught fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds, the majority of AMD cases would disappear

 

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Research Finds Blue-Light Glasses Improve Sleep And Workday Productivity

During the pandemic, the amount of screen time for many people working and learning from home as well as binge-watching TV has sharply increased. New research finds that wearing blue-light glasses just before sleeping can lead to a better night’s sleep and contribute to a better day’s work to follow.

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A date with dates: Here are 7 reasons to include dates in your diet

Dark, delectable dates are a staple food for people in Middle Eastern countries. The date fruit itself has been around for millennia, and ancient people had consumed these fruits as both food and natural medicine. Continue reading

Cannabis Use Leads to Fewer, Less Painful Migraines

Do you suffer from frequent or intense migraines? A new study on medical marijuana use shows that inhaling cannabis may be a safe way to get fewer and less painful headaches Continue reading

5 Top Foods for Eye Health

Do you find yourself squinting and straining to read the daily news and wondering why the writing on menus has become so small? Are you interested in keeping your vision sharp no matter what your age? If so, these five best foods for eye health are a natural way to give your vision a boost from the inside out! Continue reading

Scientists create a pattern so complicated it’s impossible to duplicate

It could quash counterfeiters. Continue reading

Pain Behind the Eye: Causes and Treatments

The other day my friend Nell woke up and complained of a sharp pain behind her eye. She said it felt as if she was being stabbed with an ice pick. Continue reading

The Edible Flower Anyone Can Grow — Even in Bad Conditions

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  • Nasturtiums — colorful flowers that are fast and easy to grow — provide edible blooms known for their peppery tang
  • As their name suggests, you can be “nasty” to nasturtiums because they do well in lean soil and thrive even when somewhat neglected
  • Nasturtiums not only contain beneficial amounts of vitamin C, beta carotene, iron and manganese, but they also boast the highest lutein content of any edible plant
  • Some of the purported medicinal uses for nasturtiums include fighting bacterial and fungal infections, neutralizing free radicals, promoting hair growth, soothing colds and coughs, and treating skin conditions

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Some patients experiencing an unusual coronavirus symptom known as “fizzing”

We’ve all heard about the high fever, dry cough and breathing troubles that appear to be hallmarks of a coronavirus infection, but now patients are increasingly reporting another symptom: an unusual buzzing sensation in their bodies that’s been termed “fizzing.” Continue reading