Antioxidants from Food – The Five Best Sources

Cells need oxygen to metabolize minerals and vitamins to survive and thrive. When cells cannot use oxygen to metabolize, they resort to fermenting glucose for their energy.

That’s what cancer cells are about. That’s why anything that oxygenates cells works to cure cancer, and that’s why cancer patients should avoid sugar.

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Artificial Fat Substitutes Actually Cause Weight Gain

Trying to lose weight by eating foods with imitation fat substitutes and artificial sweeteners can actually be a cause of weight gain, according to a new study published online in the American Psychological Association (APA) journal Behavioral Neuroscience. According to researchers from Purdue University in Indiana, consuming low-calorie fat and sugar substitutes appears to actually induce weight gain rather than weight loss.

Dr. Susan Swithers, lead researcher, and her colleagues observed that test rats fed high-fat diets actually fared better in the weight department than rats fed low-fat, low-calorie diets. Using regular Pringles chips, which are high in fat and calories, as well as low-calorie Pringles, which contain olestra, an artificial zero-calorie fat substitute, the team observed that fake fats confuse the bodily response to food intake, and the body basically does not know what to do  Continue reading

Energetic Medicine

If your feel fatigued, vaguely ill or worse, maybe your body voltage is low. A valid correlation between pH levels and voltages has been established. And a device to measure that voltage and recharge voltage levels has been created.

A Short History of Energetic Medicine

The most obvious is acupuncture. Needles inserted strategically at specific points along the body’s meridians to stimulate and restore what Chinese medicine calls chi energy. The meridians are charted flow lines of chi, which is the body’s electrical energy.

Another ancient medical practice,  Continue reading