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Reversing ED Without Drugs

submitted by: admin on 04/09/2014
Erectile dysfunction is often the presenting symptom of a number of diseases such as arteriosclerosis, diabetes, hypertension, low testosterone, many neurological disorders, and much more according to a University of Adelaide study that was published in the March 2014 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine.  There are an amazing number of drugs...

The Importance of Sleep (video)

submitted by: admin on 02/13/2014
This is a video that is an extensive overview on the importance of sleep. Sleep is critical for quality and length of sleep. Most Americans are sleep deprived because we're living in the "fast track." There are profound effects on osteoporosis, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer and accidents. Sleep is absolutely essential...

Insomnia Protocol

submitted by: admin on 12/02/2013
  A good night's sleep is absolutely essential for good health and most of us need between 7-8 hours every night. Lack of sleep leads to a state of inflammation and high levels of stress hormones, which lead to a wide range of diseases that include type 2 diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, heart attacks, strokes, cancer, obesity and much...

Long Term Manifestations of Domestic Violence

submitted by: admin on 11/25/2013
An excellent article in the November 2013 issue of More Magazine reported that 25% of all women are victims of domestic violence. Two million women are injured annually by domestic violence, 25% require medical care, and 1300 die! Sixty percent of those going to emergency rooms are strangled and one in three lost consciousness.  MDs and dentists...

Vitamin D: The Miracle Hormone with Joe Prendergast

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency that is responsible for a huge epidemic of cancer, osteoporosis, hypertension, diabetes, heart attacks, and immune deficiency disorders. Dr. Prendergast reviews the role of vitamin D in the body and how it affects our health. This is a fantastic review of vitamin D.        

Vitamin D: How Much Do We Need? With Joe Prendergast, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency. There are indications for cancer prevention, hypertension, weight loss, osteoporosis, heart attacks and more. Doses are 50,000 IU per day for two weeks and then once a week.            

Vitamin D's Role in Health and Disease with Joe Prendergast, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency because we don't get sufficient sun or supplementation. Just 1300 units of vitamin D would lower the risk of all cancers by 50%. Toxicity is very low. A combination of Diovan, megadoses of vitamin D and l-arginine restores elasticity of arterial walls.          

Vitamin D in the Elderly

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
The elderly don't get enough sunlight to make adequate vitamin D. There are many diseases that are related to deficient levels such as immune disorders, osteoporosis, diabetes, heart attacks, cancers, hypertension, and even more. Sunscreen propaganda is one of the causes.          

US Healthcare is Getting Worse

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  According to the Institute of Medicine's publication in JAMA in July of 2013, the US is falling behind most industrialized countries in nearly every measure of health care even though it is generally improving in most areas including an increase in longevity by three years. This has little to do with how much we spend on health care because...

Treating Hypertension Using Mindbody Psychotherapy

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
Hypertension is generally treated with drugs in mainstream medicine, but using bodymind psychotherapy can get many people off their drugs and still have controlled blood pressure. This approach shifts the balance of the autonomic nervous system from sympathetic (fight or flight response) to parasympathetic (relaxation response) dominance. This treats the cause...

Tips to Lose Fat and Rev-up Metabolism with Sherrill Sellman, ND

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
In this epidemic of obesity, we have few solutions that make sense. Weight loss reduces inflammation and improves diabetes, hypertension, cancer risk, heart disease, etc. The hypothalamus is the major control system of weight control. Chemicals, stress, eating patterns, traumas, electromagnetic fields, etc have a lot to do with dysfunctional hormone levels regulated...

The Relationship of Insulin and Arteriosclerosis

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
According to Joslin Clinic Studies published in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, high levels of insulin in themselves do not cause arteriosclerosis. Without other factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or type 2 diabetes, high levels of insulin do not cause arteriosclerosis. There must be insulin resistance in endothelial...

The PolyPill: Can It Be Resurrected?

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
The polypill is a brainstorm of the pharmaceutical companies to create a combination of drugs to make it convenient to take multiple medications. However, their real motive is to sell as much drug as possible. Consequently, they have done research under the guise of convenience but with the hope that they can convince the public and the medical profession to...

The ALLHAT Study on Hypertension, Diuretics, and Lifestyle

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
The largest study ever done on how we should treat hypertension showed that thiazide diuretics and lifestyle are what was recommended. It exposes the mercenary nature of big pharma in promoting their new designer drugs that work no better than older approaches that are cheap.

Supplementing for Low Vitamin D Reverses Heart Disease

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
  Supplementing with vitamin D in people with low levels lowers the risk of dying from any cause by 60% according to an article in the November 7, 2011 issue of the American Journal of Cardiology looking at 10,000 people. This is a landmark study documenting that elevating low levels of vitamin D makes a profound difference in mortality. Low levels...

Sun, Vitamin D, and Cancer

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
  We need sunlight to make vitamin D. The types, sources of vitamin D, and physiology of vitamin D are reviewed. The relationship between vitamin D levels and cancer are reviewed.        

Sugar and High Blood Pressure

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
It is well known that salt can cause increase your blood pressure.  Recent research has shown that beverages containing sugar, such as soda and fruit juice, can also increase your blood pressure. The worse thing a person can do is to combine the two; such as "enjoying" a bag of chips and a soda with your lunch. This can double...

Sugar

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Diets high in high fructose corn syrup and other sugars lead to obesity, type 2 diabetes and its complications of heart attacks, strokes, hypertension and cancers. Many sugars provide empty calories.          

Suddenly Sick Syndrome

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
Big pharma redefines the criteria for disease to make more people "sick" and sell more drugs for these conditions. Pre-hypertension, pre-osteoporosis (osteopenia), and pre-obesity are examples. How this happens is described. This creates the "worried well!"          

Stroke

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
The types, causes, and treatment of stroke are reviewed from both the mainstream and CAM approaches.