When Dr. Alejandro Junger first introduced us to Anthony William—author of the fascinating forthcoming read, Medical Medium Thyroid Healing—we were immediately taken by his readings: He can scan the body from afar, and with the help of “Spirit,” explain what ails or does not, whether it’s a benign growth near the liver, an over-taxed adrenal system, or a rare blood disorder that might become a nuisance.
What’s even more compelling is that his explanations for what’s actually going on are rooted in common sense, and he proposes simple, nature-rooted remedies, like Read More
Hormonal disruption from pesticides in your Jeans, Perfumes, Body Products, Till Receipts and Toxic Thoughts and balancing help from Berberine and Chocolate are just some of the topics discussed in this great Podcast with Hormonal expert Dr Sara Gottfried and David Wolfe.. Read More
M most of the world’s population, even in developed countries, has inadequate intake of one or more of the ~40 essential vitamins and minerals, mostly used as co-factors by the proteins/ enzymes of metabolism. A varied and balanced diet should provide enough vitamins and minerals; an unbalanced diet with too much refined food provides calories, but not enough vitamins and minerals. Dr Bruce Ames takes us through the findings of his research and the essential 40 micro-nutrients. You can download his slideshow presentation, read his Triage Theory paper and Order the Biochemical Pathways diagram below. Read More
Fasting and Cancer
Fasting is nothing new. In fact, the practice has been part of medical recommendations and religious practices for centuries. But now we have scientific evidence to back up what we intuitively knew: Fasting can help the body rid itself of disease. One of the first major studies took place in 1945 and showed that intermittent fasting not only prolonged life but reduced the prevalence of breast cancer tumors in rats. Another more recent study in 2009 proved the practice can even reduce the severity of side effects due to high-dose chemotherapy.
W we’re constantly told that everything in our life needs balance – play vs. work, exercising vs. relaxing, veggies vs. chocolate and so on. But how important is that balance? As much as we’d all love to indulge in one thing more than another – usually something that’s more pleasurable and doesn’t require much effort – that sadly isn’t the way life works, and indeed it’s also not the way our body works. Read More
Millions of people suffer from gastrointestinal symptoms and distress each year. Diagnoses of Crohn’s , Celiac disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), SIBO and Auto-Immune Dis-eases continue to grow and researchers still can’t quite put their fingers on why our digestive systems are under attack. Leaky Gut or Intestinal Permeability seems to be Read More
D digestion is a complex process which relies on many factors and steps to properly transport and use the food you eat to fuel your body. When something goes wrong in this process, it can manifest in a multitude of ways, most commonly gas, bloating, abdominal pain, food sensitivities, acid reflux/heartburn, constipation or Read More
T the liver is one of the most important organs in the body. Commonly referred to as a “filter,” the liver is actually more subtle and sophisticated than a passive filter. Every drop of blood in your body moves through your liver every hour of every day you are alive – not to be filtered, but to be restored. Read More