Category Archives: Patient Education Guide

Mercury and the Heart

Mercury is a potent metabolic poison; it harms any living cell or process. Although mercury is found in many forms, they all have the same effect once they get in the body and reach the cells. The toxic potential of … Continue reading

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Arthritis (Rheumatoid) and Fasting

In Europe, especially Scandinavian countries, the view that short periods of fasting and even vegetarian diets are beneficial in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis is becoming increasingly popular and has become an everyday topic of conversation among patients with inflammatory … Continue reading

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Insomnia: Causes and Correction

Today the inability to sleep plagues millions of Americans. Sleeping pills, including tranquilizers, represent the most prescribed group of medications in America. Rather than simply treating the symptom, nutritional research reveals that biochemical causes of insomnia can be addressed by … Continue reading

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How to Destroy Your Health

Get emotional and excited over every trifling occurrence, especially if it is no concern of yours. Eat and drink indiscriminately. Cut down your sleep. This is an excellent way to undermine the nervous system. Never relax. Relaxation gives the body a … Continue reading

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Cancer Plan Protocols for Stress

The following supplements are known to strengthen the immune system:  Beta-carotine: 10,000 units: Powerful antioxidant that destroys free radicals. Coenzyme-Q10: 100 mg daily: Improves cellular oxygenation. Garlic capsule: 2 capsules 3 times daily: Enhances immune function, increases the white blood … Continue reading

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Caffeine: A Common Culprit

In my practice I have found caffeine to be the culprit in many cases of fatigue, nervousness, stress, and “arthritis”. Caffeine in coffee, tea, and soft drinks is often responsible for the drained, tired feeling that many people have. Caffeine … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer

Monthly blood testing for breast cancer patients is mandatory. Every patient responds differently to both conventional and alternative cancer therapies. The results of blood tests provide critically important data to evaluate the effectiveness of the therapies being used. The blood tests … Continue reading

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Autoimmune Diseases

What do asthma, food allergies, eczema, psoriasis, lupus, arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis have in common? They are all auto immune diseases. Auto immune diseases have at least two main causes: Changes in the individual’s protein, which is then seen as … Continue reading

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Allergy Update – Food

Asthma, Migraine Headaches and Milk Allergy in Lactase-Deficient Patients In this study from the Emergency Department and Neurology Unit of the Central Emek Hospital, Afula, Israel 48 patients suffering from nonseasonal asthma and migraines participated involving a trial of a … Continue reading

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Arthritis, A Metabolic Approach

Arthritis is not, in a true sense, a disease, but rather a symptom of inflamed joints, the cause of which can be due to a variety of factors. First of all, an extensive range of nutrient deficiencies and excesses are … Continue reading

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