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  • Covid Vaccine Concerns

    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

  • Golden Milk

    January 11, 2021 - Category: Drinks & Shakes

    Golden milk, also known as haldi doodh in Ayurvedic medicine, is a healing powerhouse — reducing inflammation, boosting immune function, protecting against infections, etc. Plus it tastes really good! The anti-inflammatory properties are largely due to curcumin, bioactive compounds found in turmeric.  The other spices — ginger, cinnamon, black pepper and cardamom —  contribute important…Golden Milk

  • Easy Ice Cream

    September 17, 2020 - Category: Desserts & Snacks, Recipes

    Easy and delicious, though it does require a little arm exercise. 1 cup heavy cream (preferably unpasteurized, certified raw)About 1 tablespoon raw honey or maple syrup1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extractpinch unrefined sea salt16 oz Mason jarOptional: about 1/4 - 1/2 cup puréed fresh strawberries, blueberries or other fruit Pour the cream, honey or maple syrup,…Easy Ice Cream

  • Big Holes in the Germ Theory

    September 15, 2020 - Category: A Different Concept of Health and Disease, Book Reviews

    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

  • Ashitaba — Live Better Longer

    September 15, 2020 - Category: Food as Medicine

    Ashitaba is an adaptogen — an herb or substance that assists the body in easing stress, normalizing function and, thus, helping to relieve a wide range of health issues. Adaptogens automatically go to where they’re needed most. They know what to do. Ashitba is a superstar adaptogen, considered among the elite 1% of all medicinal…Ashitaba — Live Better Longer

  • Are Germs Really the Problem?

    July 22, 2020 - Category: A Different Concept of Health and Disease

    There is a school of thought about germs that differs radically from the germ theory of disease based on the work of Louis Pasteur (1822-1895). And Pasteur's germ theory is what most of our medical care today is based on. Pasteur believed that germs were the cause of disease and, therefore, the primary goal of…Are Germs Really the Problem?

  • What’s in a “Moo”?

    May 12, 2020 - Category: Studies

    In search of ways to evaluate the welfare of animals, researchers in England have been eavesdropping on "conversations" between cows and their calves. Using highly advanced acoustic equipment and analysis techniques - never before applied for this purpose - they discovered that moos convey a lot more meaning than ever imagined! The scientists spent 10…What’s in a “Moo”?

  • Whole Diet Counts

    May 7, 2020 - Category: Research Studies

    Numerous studies attempt to establish the value of specific nutrients in foods. In a study in Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), reported in 2000, the health effects of overall eating patterns have been brought to light, showing that women who eat a wide variety of healthy foods may significantly lower their risk of…Whole Diet Counts

  • What Causes Cancer?

    May 7, 2020 - Category: Research Studies

    After examining data on 44,788 pairs of twins, researchers report that, in most cases, environmental factors have the greatest effect on cancer risk. As reported in New England Journal of Medicine, researchers studied twins listed in Swedish, Danish, and Finnish registries, concluding that inherited genetic factors make a minimal contribution to cancer risk. Heredity was…What Causes Cancer?

  • The Benefits of NappingSource: Harvard Health Publications

    May 7, 2020 - Category: Research Studies

    After about age 60, we have less deep (slow-wave) sleep and more rapid sleep cycles, we awaken more often, and we sleep an average of two hours less at night than we did as young adults. It was once thought that older people didn't need as much sleep as younger ones, but experts now agree…The Benefits of NappingSource: Harvard Health Publications