Study: Daily Vitamin D Shows No Harm, Only Benefits Extensive study supports the safety of vitamin D supplementation at doses ranging from 5,000 IU to 50,000 IU. Daily oral dosing of vitamin D3 using 5,000 to 50,000 international units a day in long-term hospitalized patients: insights from a seven year experience, Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio. Vitamin D3 is a hormone produced in the … Continued

New Study Supports Conclusion of Retracted 2020 Study Showing Unvaxxed Kids Healthier Than Vaxxed

If you are not familiar with the Children’s Health Defense® they are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Their mission is to end childhood health epidemics by working aggressively to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable, and to establish safeguards to prevent future harm. They are a wealth of information about health, the environment and the current … Continued

The Truth About Butter…

Below is an article from The Weston A. Price Foundation (for the full article click here.) It addresses the question of “Does butter cause disease?”  The short answer is no. On the contrary, butter protects us against many diseases. Read the a segment of the article below for more information. Butter and Heart Disease Heart … Continued

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

How sturdy is your frame?

Your frame (or skeletal structure) is very important to your overall health. Today, people’s frames are compromised more than ever. Because of modern farming practices, environmental toxicity, sugar, soda pop consumption and processed foods, people are not as well mineralized as past generations. As a result, bones are brittle, joints wear out easily and ligaments are weak.  … Continued

A Word About Minerals And Why They Matter

This newsletter is a bit longer than usual because the topic is SO important. “No man of today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his system with the mineral salts he requires for perfect health.” This statement is an excerpt of a testimony pertaining to the problem of soil mineral depletion. It was … Continued

Hair Analysis

Should you have a metal toxicity and essential mineral hair analysis done?  Testing for heavy metals and essential minerals is a great way to evaluate your health and overall toxicity though your hair. Hair is an excretory tissue for essential, nonessential and potentially toxic elements.  In general, the amount of an element that is irreversibly incorporated … Continued