Monday, November 29, 2010
The Healing Codes
The best gift you can gift your loved ones in a lifetime!
The wonders of Vitamin E are well known to the legions of health practitioners. It's one supplement that should always be a part of our daily intake. So many studies have attested to Vitamin E's beneficial health roles in lowering triglycerides and LDL cholesterol while raising HDL cholesterol; cutting the risk of heart attacks; boosting the body's immune system; minimizing the risk of having cataract problems; and combatting cancer.
Thursday, November 25, 2010
What are the routine options available to you, as a heart patient, when you go and see your cardiologist?
If your doctor belongs to mainstream medicine, you will probably have three options available depending on the severity of your arterial blockage: take statin medication, undergo angioplasty procedure, and go under knife in a heart by-pass operation.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
You've seen or heard it... the self-serving ads of the multi-billion dollar sunscreen industry blaming exposure to sunlight as the cause of skin cancers. And the hype suggests that you should always protect yourself with sunscreens if you want to avoid contracting the disease. This is a myth created by the industry.
In a previous article, I have cited the results of several studies pointing to Vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor in developing autoimmune diseases, among them, certain types of cancers. [read Vitamin D Benefits]
Saturday, November 20, 2010
I used to get up from bed very early in the morning and hit the road while it was still dark. So, do most of the other early morning joggers.
By the time the first rays of the sun start showing, we would already be off the roads or jogging venues. Some would be hurrying up as they still had to prepare for work, while others simply shun sunlight to avoid alleged damage it does to the skin, especially the beauty-conscious ladies.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Stopping underarm sweating is a hygienic concern that confronts everyone, especially those who perspire profusely, and those living in countries with warm climates. But is it healthy to stop underarm sweating?
One of the natural body processes of purging toxins from our body is through perspiration. And the armpit is one of the exit points through which the body pushes out toxic substances. In other words, sweating is a necessary part of the body's natural defense mechanism. Preventing it is, therefore, interfering with a natural function of the body.
Friday, November 12, 2010
Telomeres is definitely still a new word to a lot of people, including me. But according to an article written by a medical doctor which I just recently read, it is big in the anti-aging world. A research on the subject was also last year's Nobel Prize awardee for Medicine.
Telomeres are the caps at the end of each DNA strands. Everytime a cell divides, the DNA copies itself, and the telomeres are shortened. When time comes that the telomeres are already too short and the DNAs can no longer copy itself correctly, the cells stop dividing and eventually die.
Monday, November 8, 2010
I'm posting here the entire article I read in Yahoo about a recent survey which confirms the the extent of influence pharmaceutical firms wield over the conduct of US doctors in the management of their patients.
I suppose the survey's findings reflect the behavior of mainstream medicine in general, worldwide, since these giant drug companies have international presence and conduct their business in a uniform manner in any country.
This is what the "heretics" within the medical profession have been pointing out as one of the reasons why cases of chronic illnesses continue to grow despite the availability of cheaper and more effective and safer alternative cures as attested to by researches conducted by prestigious institutions.
Friday, November 5, 2010
How you're being mislead about the world's #1 health crisis
by Dr Stefan Ripich ND, CNP and Jim Healthy
“Your mind is like a parachute;
it only works when it’s open.”
Anthony J. D'Angelo
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS about diabetes do you believe are correct?
- Prediabetes, or insulin resistance, is a common blood sugar abnormality you can live with “normally” as long as you monitor your glucose levels and keep them controlled with medications.
- Right now Type 2 diabetes is incurable and irreversible but researchers are closing in on a cure.
- Type 1 diabetes is a purely genetic misfortune. There's nothing you can do about it except take your insulin injections and hope for a new research breakthrough.
- Diabetes is no big deal these days. By closely monitoring your blood sugar and following your doctor's orders, you can enjoy a normal life and escape the horrific complications of diabetes, including nerve damage, going blind and losing limbs through amputation -- not to mention heart attack, stroke and Alzheimer's disease.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Perhaps you've seen the news that Price Is Right host Drew Carey reversed his Type 2 diabetes and is now "a new man."
"I'm not diabetic anymore. No medication needed," Carey recently announced.
Of Course, the Medical Community Isn't Buying It
Doctors stubbornly maintain there's no cure for either Type 2 or Type 1 diabetes.
Obviously, they're not reading their own medical journals. Several studies show that Type 2 is easily reversed with a few simple lifestyle changes.
And in our book, The 30-Day Diabetes Cure, Dr. Stefan Ripich describes numerous patients who became entirely free of their Type 2 simply by altering their lifestyle.
Then there's the mysterious case of actress Halle Berry, who cured her Type 1 with a better diet, more exercise and de-stressing her busy life.
Like Drew Carey, these people no longer have any diabetic symptoms and are completely off medications.