Ever since chemotherapy and radiation became the ‘standard of care,’ oncology has been in the Dark Ages, often causing more harm and human suffering than it alleviates. Could the scientific community finally be waking up to the incomparable cancer-killing power of foods to cure what conventional treatment only makes worse?
Who will know to blame canola when they can’t breathe properly or even remember their immediate relatives?
The slogan on the Whole Foods website says, “Eat real food.” Sure!
The Quest for the Herbal Magic is older that we can possibly know!
Herbal Magic is what gave life to biology, modern medicine and chemistry. At some point, especially during the Dark Ages, preparing herbal remedies were considered ‘satanic’ rituals and all who practiced it could be accused for Witchcraft. And we all know that this didn’t end well most of the times! However, there were bright souls who didn’t bite the dust, and work hard to preserve the ways of Green Witchcraft…. Continue reading
Blueberries are miraculous natural medicine. If they were prescription medications, they would be called a “miracle” health breakthrough and an unprecedented milestone in medical science.
Grapes might be one of the smaller fruits out there, but they punch far above their weight when it comes to providing health benefits. They’ve been revered for everything from their ability to make wine to their convenience and portability compared to other superfoods. Not content to stop there, however, this overachieving fruit is now making headlines for its potential to destroy cancer stem cells. Continue reading
Even if you are not worried about your blood pH levels (if you eat enough healthy foods in a day), these alkaline foods will help your body for many other reasons and can add to your overall wellbeing.…
The health benefits of Astragalus are numerous and include the ability to boost the immune system, boost energy levels, alleviate allergies, protect heart health, prevent various cancers, relieve the side-effects of chemotherapy, and the list goes on.
A common kitchen staple has saved the life of a 57-old woman who had been battling blood cancer for five years. After undergoing three rounds of chemotherapy and four stem cell transplants to treat myeloma, Dieneke Ferguson thought she had exhausted all her options…. Continue reading
There are three topics that can cause derision and division at any coffee or dinner table across the Western world: religion, politics…. and soy. The humble soybean does have a noble and ingrained place in our world today and, whether you are pro or no, it is almost unavoidable.
“But there are some things you need to know that make the soybean of history very different from the soybean of today.”
A recent study published in International Journal of Oncology revealed that cannabinoids, the active chemical in cannabis, can destroy leukemia cells either alone or in combination with other cancer treatments.
The scientific community has long-established that cannabinoids may show potential in cancer treatment, with certain varieties known to promote cell death, curb cell growth, and inhibit tumor-inducing blood vessel development. In order to evaluate the compound’s efficacy against leukemia, a team of researchers at the St George’s, University of London studied cancer cells in a laboratory and tested various combinations of cannabinoids and chemotherapy drugs such as cytarabine and vincristine.
Great news to all chocolate lovers! Italian scientists confirm that cacao, which is used to make chocolate, is an ideal food for the brain. Thanks to flavonols, a substance found in the cacao plant, consuming dark chocolate can enhance your cognitive abilities. This could mean improved memory and attention span.
Think of your thyroid as a car engine. This tiny, butterfly-shaped gland located near the Adam’s apple produces the hormones that are needed by your cells to perform at their optimum level. The thyroid gland influences all systems, but plays a crucial role in the functioning of the heart, brain, kidneys, and liver. External factors such as disease or injury can cause the thyroid to either not produce enough hormones (hypothyroidism) or excessively generate hormones (hyperthyroidism). Either condition is exhausting, and can leave a person more susceptible to various other diseases. Whereas most people turn to prescription medicine to treat a thyroid problem, there are natural alternatives to consider. Herbs, for example, are a fantastic and cheap way to alleviate these symptoms. Listed below are 14 highly recommended herbs to support thyroid function.
Coconut oil is highly regarded for its wide array of uses: From moisturizing skin and clearing up acne to cooking your favorite foods, there’s plenty of reasons why people love coconut oil. But, as you may have noticed, this versatile fat has been getting a lot of bad press lately. For example, the United Kingdom’s Telegraph recently published a hit piece that declared the saturated fat in coconut oil makes it bad for you.
Now, the logic here actually has little to do with the actual composition of coconut oil. When making the claim that coconut oil is bad for you, the Telegraph falls back on the American Heart Association’s general stance on saturated fat as a whole. The argument against saturated fat has been highly contested — and when it comes to coconut oil specifically, this generalization falls short. Why?
The History of the Great Laetrile Lie and Cover-up (3Videos)
You may have read or heard somewhere that laetrile, a condensed purified extraction of apricot seed kernels sometimes sold as B-17 tablets, can cure cancer safely, without serious side effects. Yet mainstream medical “experts” and news sources derisively label it as worthless and toxic… Continue reading
The Federal District Court of Missouri deemed that bleached white flour was unfit for human consumption, in 1910.
Shockingly, the 1st chief of the Food and Drug Administration at the time, H. W. Wiley, said that the law was “halted through the political influence of the flour millers” and “no notice of violations has since been made by the FDA.”
- People who consumed cocoa, especially dark chocolate, one to three times a month were less likely to be diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib), also known as irregular heart rhythm
- Reduced atrial fibrillation risk for women was linked to eating one serving of chocolate per week, while the biggest reduction for men was associated with eating two to six servings per week
- More than 2.7 million people in the U.S. (33 million worldwide) suffer from atrial fibrillation, associated with an increased heart attack risk, heart failure, stroke and even cognitive impairment
- Make sure when you’re reaching for chocolate that you choose the dark variety, as milk chocolate is higher in sugar and lower in antioxidants and sometimes contains damaging artificial sweeteners.
By Dr. Mercola