Intensive Nutritional Therapy for Alzheimers


by Briana McDonald; ( A disease that was once rare now affects as many as 5.3 million people in the United States, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Ten percent of Americans over 65 and as many as fifty percent of those over 85 are at risk for this devastating disease. How did the rate increase so dramatically? Research shows a few interesting connections to those who have this disease and their vitamin/mineral deficiencies along with the presence of aluminum concentration in the brain. Exposure to excessive amounts of aluminum, combined with a lack of essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants may create the grounds for this disease to develop. If you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or know someone who has,… Read More →

Zinc Extends Life


December 9, 2017 ( One of the biggest mineral deficiencies in the world is zinc, with as many as two billion people around the world being in a daily deficit. A modest 4 milligrams of zinc extra every day in the diet may reduce DNA strand breaks and improve levels of proteins involved in DNA repair, oxidative stress, and inflammation. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, is said to be the first to show that a modest increase in dietary zinc reduces damage to DNA which extends life. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Dietary shortages of crucial minerals like zinc may be keeping almost a third of the world’s people from optimizing their immune system. Studies… Read More →

Zinc Deficiency and Cancer


Sept. 12, 2016 ( Zinc is a mineral required by the body to support immune function and assist in various cellular activities. It also supports more than 300 enzymatic functions. Unfortunately, most of the world is deficient in zinc. Zinc is essential for the development of healthy hormone and immune molecules as well as human growth. This foundational antioxidant to the body stimulates and helps to control a weakened immune system. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] An estimated 25% of the world’s population (about 2 billion people) has a zinc deficiency. Experts believe the primary reason for zinc deficiency is a result of an inadequate diet. However, poor biochemical signaling is also a contributing factor to the deficiency epidemic from… Read More →

Copper Can Help You Mobilize Fat

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June 9, 2016 ( Dietary copper is found in a wide variety of foods, but did you know that deficiencies can alter the balance of your metabolism? Copper is intimately connected to fat metabolism and frequently consuming foods rich in copper regulates the breakdown of fat. [Sponsor Links: Zinc Balance-Copper/Zinc] Copper is a key mineral in many different body systems. It is central to building strong tissue, maintaining blood volume, and producing energy in your cells. Yet, for all its critical importance, you don’t have much copper in your body–barely more than the amount found in a single penny. And those pennies in your pocket are only 2.5% copper by weight. A deficiency in copper can lead to osteoporosis, joint… Read More →

Mineral Magic for Health and Medicine


November 27, 2015 ( This essay is not about MMS (Magical Mineral Supplement), which I have written about before. MMS is not something that ever attracted me; certainly, it is hard to stand its smell. What this article is about are the real magic minerals, which together bring about the miracle of life. Plants often know better than people do. They thrive on highly mineralized soil. They know what is good for them and what they need. [Sponsor Links: IntraMax, IntraKid, LL Complete] The most important essential minerals that make us strong and lubricate the biological process of life are magnesium, bicarbonate, iodine, selenium, sodium, calcium, potassium and zinc. These are the everyday minerals that we need in sufficient quantities… Read More →