What Is Vitamin P and How Can It Help Prevent Cancer?

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By: Dr. Veronique Desaulniers You may have heard reference to “Vitamin P” and might even have wondered if and how it could help your health. Actually, “Vitamin P” is not a vitamin at all. It was the term given to a group of super-healing plant substances from the 1930s to the 1950s. Today these substances are better known as flavonoids (or sometimes bioflavonoids) and they can be found in thousands of plant species. Researchers continue to discover both sources for them and how they can be used to support healing − including for various forms of cancer. What Are Flavonoids? (Vitamin P) The phytonutrients we now call “flavonoids” were first referenced by 17th century scientist Robert Boyle, who discussed them in terms of their… Read More →

10 Best Green Foods For Juice and Smoothies

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By Ty Bollinger (thetruthaboutcancer.com) The late inventor Thomas Edison once stated, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” While such a prognosis has yet to fully materialize in today’s world, evidence is building that it just might be on the verge of going mainstream. More and more people − many of them with the full support of their doctor − are now looking beyond just reacting to health problems with drugs and surgery. Instead, they’re proactively looking to adopt the type of healthy lifestyle that helps them avoid getting sick in the first place. For most people,… Read More →

7 Tips To Improve Your Situational Awareness

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By Jeremiah Johnson Never drop your guard…It’s better to face a jury of 7 than to be carried by 6. The situational awareness will help you to avoid complications.  Be aware of your surroundings, and who is in those surroundings.  My wife and I gassing up her vehicle, and as I pulled up to the pump, there were two young men and a young woman just acting stupidly…right in front of the door to the convenience store/gas station.  My wife was going to go in and pay while I pumped the gas.  I motioned for her to stay put while I both paid for and pumped the gas. The men were carrying beer and the woman carousing with both while… Read More →

Prebiotic Foods that Improve Sleep and Shield Body From Stress

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By John Summerly Prebiotic foods are linked with reduced risks of skin conditions, digestive problems and even autoimmune disease. Over two thousand years ago, Hippocrates stated that ‘All Disease Begins In The Gut.’ A first-of-its kind study by University of Colorado Boulder scientists suggests that lesser-known gut-health promoters can have an impact on the body, improving sleep and buffering the physiological impacts of stress. The benefits associated with pro- and prebiotics are strain- and substance-specific, respectively, and must be shown through adequate clinical trials reflective of the dose of pro- or prebiotics present in the food at the time of consumption. Probiotics and prebiotics are components present in foods, or that can be incorporated into foods, which yield health benefits… Read More →

Maintaining A Body Healthy pH

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by Briana McDonald, (UtopiaSilver.com) Antoine Bechamp, a great scientist once said it best; “The germ is nothing, the terrain is everything.”  No germ, bacteria, virus, or cancer (aka fungus) can survive in an alkaline environment. While it’s important to take note of this, it is also important to note that one can be too alkaline as well. Unfortunately we live in a world surrounded by acidic temptations like soda, energy drinks, pasta, coffee, pastries, etc. so you rarely hear of anyone being “too alkaline.” The overall goal, as with all things in life, is balance. Maintaining a body healthy pH is more important than you think; let’s explore how different aspects of the body are affected by an acidic environment…. Read More →

The Problem With Painkillers

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Written By: Linda Woolven & Ted Snider (GreenMedInfo.com) Use of over-the-counter painkillers is staggeringly common. At least 175 million adults in the United States take OTC painkillers. That makes evaluating their effectiveness and safety crucial. But, it has been a very bad few years in painkiller research. Important recent studies have cast serious doubt on their effectiveness and their safety. Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs  Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) include aspirin, naproxen (Aleve), ibuprofen (Motrin), celecoxib (Celebrex) and others. Taking NSAIDs to prevent heart disease, as commonly recommended, has dangerous side effects, like bleeding into the brain or stomach. It has long been known that aspirin is a serious cause of ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding. A meta-analysis of 24 controlled studies revealed… Read More →

Informed Consent Could Protect Children From Mandatory Vaccines

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Written By: Christina England, BA Hons (GreenMedInfo.com) Recently, new laws have emerged surrounding the issue of informed consent, both in the UK and the US. However, very few of us know that these laws exist. We believe that this is because these laws have the potential to protect children against mandatory vaccination. In the UK, a recent ruling titled The Montgomery Ruling states that a patient must have sufficient information to make an informed choice about any medical treatment that is being offered to them. In 2015, the website Medical Protection, which outlined this ruling, stated that: “The patient must have sufficient information to make a choice – without adequate information, patients are unable to make decisions about their treatment…. Read More →

Real Health Insurance is Proper Nutrition

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Feb 24, 2017; by Briana McDonald; (UtopiaSilver.com) With the cost of health care on the rise I can’t help but ask myself if any of it is a necessary expense. Aside from true emergencies like a broken bone or if you are involved in some kind of accident and need emergency care- what are you really insured for? Real health insurance is proper nutrition, i.e. eating well, supplementing when necessary, and daily exercise. These are all much cheaper per year than what we have been paying to insurance companies. Costs: “The Rising Cost of Healthcare” Health insurance for just 1 person can run around $100 per month which equates to about $1200 per year. Most of the time in this… Read More →

Avoid Surgery With Natural Skin Cancer Remedies

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February 24 , 2017, by Paul Fassa (UtopiaSilver.com) When it comes to skin cancer, Big Pharma offers only topical chemo creams and surgery. The chemo creams usually don’t work but often do cause ugly, painful side effects. Removing skin cancer tumors surgically usually results with tumors resurfacing sooner or later. And surgeries often leave ugly scars, but sometimes you can avoid surgery with natural skin cancer remedies. However, there are inexpensive, effective, safe cures for curing skin cancer that are banned or ignored and marginalized by mainstream medicine and not publicized by the mainstream media. Then there are escharotic salves, which can be a bit dicey because they are caustic. But they are effective. One of the components, blood root,… Read More →

Benefits of Lemon Balm Herb

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(UnderGroundHealth.com) Few people use the herb lemon balm, and even fewer grow it. But if they knew about its impressive array of healing effects, this lovely, fragrant and versatile plant would be popping up in gardens and homes everywhere. Used since ancient times to calm the heart and the body, lemon balm with its delicate lemony flavor uplifts the spirit and any culinary dish it is added to. It has been used to sweeten jam, jellies, as an addition to salad, and as a flavoring for various fish and poultry dishes and liqueurs. Further, the herb is used for making perfumes, in cosmetics, and in furniture polish manufacturing. It is often found as a tea in combination with other relaxing… Read More →