An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…

All of us are at risk for getting cancer. A combination of a toxic environment, depleted soil, processed foods, stress and wireless radiation are just a few factors that put all of us at risk.  Additionally, things that increase your risk of cancer are smoking, alcohol consumption, a poor diet and high insulin. Consuming refined … Continued

Dead Doctors Don’t Lie

“Dead Doctors Don’t Lie” is a term Dr. Joel Wallach coined while presenting a public health lecture. One of the topics Dr. Wallach talked about in his presentations was the average life span of medical doctors. Numerous studies (including The Journal of the American Medical Association itself) have shown and continue to show that medical … Continued

Intermittent Fasting

Why intermittent fasting? Yoshinori Ohsumi, a cellular biologist from Japan, became the 2016 Nobel Prize winner “for discovering the mechanisms of autophagy.” The Japanese scientist has scientifically substantiated that fasting is good for one’s health. Autophagy is a natural process by which the body degrades and recycles damaged cells, proteins and toxins. It is the process … Continued

Does Eating Organic Food Really Matter?

Robert Malone on Organic Food Robert Malone (who is he? Click here) writes: “I used to be somewhat skeptical on the importance of eating organic foods. Then in 2018, an important paper in JAMA came out. That study showed that eating a higher proportion of organic food is inversely associated with the overall risk of … Continued