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


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


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 →

IV Vitamin C Protects Against Metabolic Syndrome

IV Vitamin C

(OMNS, Feb 1, 2017) Vitamin C is essential for life in humans, as the capacity to synthesize it has been lost in the course of our evolution. Besides its antioxidant properties and its role in collagen synthesis, vitamin C has been shown to boost the immune system, to markedly lower blood histamine concentrations, and to have antiviral activity. Large epidemiological studies have shown that intake of vitamin C and other antioxidants can protect against hypertension and the symptoms of diabetes mellitus (such as diabetic retinopathy), and can increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol (thought to be protective), and enhance endothelial function. When vitamin C is infused intravenously at doses of 10,000 milligrams or higher, it can reach 100 times the level… Read More →

Water As an Antioxidant in Your Body


November 3, 2016 (TheTruthAboutCancer.com) Video Transcript: Can Water Act Like an Antioxidant in Your Body? Ty Bollinger: Blood. 93% water. Paul Barattiero: Yeah. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Ty Bollinger: And then you mentioned the fact that water carries out toxins out of our system. So those are two interesting things. Let’s talk about that a little bit. In light of the fact that blood is the life of the body. One of the recurring themes throughout this mini-series that we’re doing, is that doctor after doctor has said toxicity and not removing the toxicity from the body − one of the primary causes of cancer. So let’s talk about the toxicity factor. Paul Barattiero: Most of the research all… Read More →

Chocolate Boosts Workout


February 22, 2016 (GreenMedInfo.com) Yes, dark chocolate is heart healthy. But it can also improve your exercise performance. Dark chocolate is famous for its heart health benefits. Now British researchers find it also improves exercise performance in cyclists.[i] [Sponsor Links:COLLOIDAL SILVER SALE] The researchers recruited nine young men in their early 20s who were moderately trained in cycling. The cyclists were tested to establish their gas exchange threshold (GET) baseline. GET is often used as a marker of cardio-respiratory fitness and endurance capacity. The subjects then cycled at 80% of their GET for 20 minutes followed by a two-minute time trial. The researchers randomly assigned the bikers to eat either 40 grams of dark chocolate or white chocolate every day… Read More →

Bananas Fight Cancer

Bunch of bananas

February 22, 2016 (AlignLife.com) When I was a kid you couldn’t pay me to eat ripe bananas. I wasn’t trying to be a diva, I just hated the taste of a spotted, bruised, or otherwise “imperfect” banana. Now that I pay my own bills I could probably be bribed to eat a banana that is, in my opinion, past its prime. According to research, if you’re like me you are eating bananas the wrong way – or at least at the wrong time, unless you eat with the peel on, and then that’s just plain wrong. [Sponsor Links:COLLOIDAL SILVER SALE] When is a banana ripe? A lot of people will say when a banana turns from green to yellow it’s… Read More →