June 14, 2023 - Category: Adjunctive Therapies
The LDN story begins with Naltrexone (not low dose), a drug first developed in the 1960s as a strategy for reducing addiction to narcotics and alcohol. It is an opiate receptor blocking agent so that, when taken orally in 50 mg. doses a day, drugs like heroin cannot be absorbed into the body and, because…Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) – A Game Changer
September 11, 2021 - Category: Miscellany
Fifty years ago it was perfectly respectable to light up a cigarette in a doctor’s office or most any place else — a behavior that today would be considered outrageous, the height of impropriety! But mores change as we acquire more information, which begs the question: are there current behaviors that demand a rethinking of…Being Smart With Your Smart Phone
September 11, 2021 - Category: Detoxification
What’s old is new again. In ancient times cultures around the world benefitted from the internal and external healing properties of a type of a highly absorbent, mineral-rich clay, derived from volcanic ash deposited in seawater 150 million years ago. In the early 20th Century the clay was used by the British Army in India…Bentonite Clay — The Gentle Cleanse
April 12, 2021 - Category: Food as Medicine
Stop the Celery Powder Con! Newsflash: everything found in health food stores is not necessarily good for your health. Case in point: celery powder. Perhaps you’ve noted it on the ingredients list of foods like organic “uncured” or “no nitrate” bacon, hot dogs, salami and such. Perhaps you’ve even thrilled at the idea that these…Stop the Celery Powder Con!
We live in a fast-paced, hi-stress world where people are too often working long hours, suffering from exhaustion, anxiety and burnout. To counter this, medical professionals in the Netherlands have been prescribing a strategy called niksen — a word that literally means “to do nothing, to be idle or doing something without any use.” In…Niksen — The Dutch Art of Doing Nothing
Be Kind to Your Liver — The Body’s Real Workhorse By Ruth Sackman, Founder and Former president of F.A.C.T.
April 12, 2021 - Category: Understanding Body Function
The heart is considered by medical standards the most important organ of the body because if it stops beating, we die. But the liver is the real workhorse. It has about 300 tasks to take care of and, when it’s working properly, our overall health is enhanced most efficiently. Nearly every human ailment relates directly…Be Kind to Your Liver — The Body’s Real Workhorse By Ruth Sackman, Founder and Former president of F.A.C.T.
January 12, 2021 - Category: Understanding Body Function
Most of us think of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) or Peak Fitness as something reserved for extremely motivated (i.e., virtually crazed) high powered athletes. The Nitric Oxide Dump, however, is an amazing new version of HIIT that can be done by people of all body types and ages, in short, your “average Joe.” Consisting of…The Nitric Oxide Dump!
January 11, 2021 - Category: Emotional Healing
Oxford English Dictionary defines a bath as “an act or process of immersing and washing one’s body in a large container of water.” While technically correct, this hardly captures the essence of this age-old ritual. A bath is something quite profound — a respite from the world with serious restorative benefits, a vehicle for renewal…De-Stress: Take a Bath
January 11, 2021 - Category: A Different Concept of Health and Disease
Will a Covid-19 vaccine, developed at unprecedented speed, restore health and normality to a world in trauma? As of August 2020, over 165 vaccines are in the process of evolution worldwide, some 32 of which have been entered into human trials. And now in early January 2021, several of these have been approved for implementation,…Covid Vaccine Concerns
Bechamp or Pasteur? A Lost Chapter in the History of BiologyBy E. Douglas HumeReviewed by Consuelo Reyes, President of F.A.C.T. In his classic work The Stress of Life, Hans Selye, M.D., quotes these words of Louis Pasteur, famed proponent of the Germ Theory of disease, on his deathbed: “Le germe n’est rien, c’est le terrain…Big Holes in the Germ Theory