June 18, 2009 @ 8:42 PM
(excerpt) … “Old habits die hard, and it’s convenient for people who like to eat meat to think that there is evidence to support their belief that eating meat is “natural” or the cause of our evolution. For many years, I too, clung to the idea that meat and dairy were good for me; I realize now that I was probably comforted to have justification for my continued attachment to the traditions I grew up with.
But in fact top nutritional and anthropological scientists from the most reputable institutions imaginable say categorically that humans are natural herbivores, and that we will be healthier today if we stick with our herbivorous roots. It may be inconvenient, but it alas, it is the truth.”
June 15, 2009 @ 8:20 PM
A teenager has “correctly” diagnosed herself with an “incurable” disease, Crohn’s Disease.
“For years she went from doctor to doctor complaining of vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and stomach pains. They said she had irritable bowel syndrome. They said she had colitis. They said the slides of her intestinal tissue were fine, but she knew that wasn’t right.”
Let’s hope that the teen continues her self diagnosis and finds www.foodpowers.com When she does she will learn how common foods-even healthy foods-can cause inflammation. And inflammation is the root of most diseases, ...
June 11, 2009 @ 8:18 PM
Just got the word yesterday evening–both my gynecology pap tests are normal. No high-grade CIN III cancerous cells were found. No low grade abnormal cells were found. ALL my cells shown in test were healthy and normal.
How did I convert my high-grade abnormal cells (the stage before cancer) to healthy ones in six months? In short, I
1) abided by my food allergy test
2) controlled my candida with diet and oregano, and
3) took therapeutic doses of a few vitamins.
I will reveal more details on website and here as time permits.
It’s a wonderful day!
June 10, 2009 @ 7:58 PM
“Iatrogenic disease, roughly defined as illness that results as a complication from a doctor’s care” is America’s third leading cause of death according to http://jama.ama-assn.org/
The statement above would be radical if wasn’t true. But when we think about it, most of us already know that’s it’s just common sense to do the best you can to stay OUT of a hospital.
After being educated by independent media I myself realize that the time is over for business-as-usual medicine. Americans by the millions are fully convinced that big corporate business stands between us and the health of our people. Deepak Chopra puts into words this sentiment ...