IV Vitamin C Helps Cancer Patients

Most cancer patients are vitamin C deficient. In fact, it’s fair to say, most chronically ill people suffer (greatly) from inadequate nourishment. Let’s be real – poor nutrition increases your risk of inflammation, toxicity, chronic fatigue and depression. Bottom line, if the goal is to fully recover from a cancer diagnosis, cancer patients must consume high-quality vitamins and minerals for success.

Stop cancer with vitamin C. Over 30 years ago, Nobel laureate Linus Pauling and Ewan Cameron, MD, a Scottish cancer surgeon, demonstrated the effectiveness of 10,000 mg of vitamin C, per day, to reverse cancer Continue reading

The Chinese Answer to Cholesterol

Traditional Chinese Medicine marches to the beat of a different drummer than Western medicine, so it has different ideas about high cholesterol and what natural remedies you can use to lower it. On that note, let’s take a look at health secrets from the Far East. Continue reading

White Button Mushroom Health Benefits Have Been Uncovered

Common Mushrooms Elevated to Super Food Status for Extraordinary Health Benefits

Can mushrooms improve immunity, reduce heart disease, and even fight and reverse cancer? They can do all this and more, according to countless patients and a growing body of medical research. Continue reading

Stress Erodes your Health and Depletes your Serotonin Levels.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) sees stress as qi stagnation: Your life force has stalled. To nudge back into the fast lane, up shift your lifestyle with a more balanced diet, improved sleep routine and exercise. That can steer your health back on track while restoring your vim and vigor.

Stress erodes your health and undermines your quality of life. Western medicine views stress as a psychological issue or a psychosomatic response to what is happening around you. That is to say, it’s a physical manifestation in the body of what the mind perceives and struggles with. The negative effects of stress, then, are to be managed in various ways while you learn new coping skills.

In the East, stress is looked at in different terms. In fact, according to the theories of TCM, stress leads to what is termed “qi stagnation.” Here, qi is described as life force, which is to say the “motive force” within the body. This motive force sustains life by pulling in oxygen, expelling carbon dioxide, moving the muscles, digesting food and, in fact, Continue reading