Cancer

    That seems a funny thing to say, when the very name spreads terror, but it’s true! Cancer has a great deal to teach us about health. Cancer is what happens, basically, when your health gets wrecked. It’s not a death knell but it is a wake up call, telling you things have gone very wrong […]

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    August is the time of the Edinburgh Festival, in Scotland, and a good time for me to catch up with my friend Hunter Walker (see photo, which was just before the cloudburst!). I have known Hunter for over 20 years. He is a survivor of Hodgkin’s lymphoma, possibly the longest surviving in the world. Between […]

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    I am grateful to my friend and correspondent Grant, from Brooklyn, for calling my attention to this article from the UK’s Daily Telegraph. I don’t read British newspapers, since they stopped featuring me years ago… (It’s just a joke, get it? I’m not that vain… no, really…!) At last some scientists are waking up to […]

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    Diet is the root of everything (good and bad) for your physical body. If you feed your body nutritious food, most of the time, you’re going to get a body that works efficiently and for a long time. Those are the scientifically proven odds. You might think to yourself, “Lots of people take care of […]

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    I got a tip off about this article from a good friend in Brooklyn. He pointed out that the mainstream scientists are gradually catching up with me! Hey, I’ll have to move on fast, to stay ahead. Actually, I’m doing that already, with the development of my new and revolutionary science of Being and consciousness […]

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    Penicillin changed the world. Virtually overnight hundreds of diseases that formerly killed millions of people were rendered impotent. Life expectancy shot up by decades. The prospect of a long and happy life became a reality for the majority of those in the Western word. Today, the main killers are self-inflicted: heart disease, diabetes and cancer… […]

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    I want to talk to you about simple ways you can protect your prostate.  The sooner you take steps to safeguard your prostate health, the longer it’s going to function for you. You really (really) want it to function. The prostate is a male-specific gland responsible for the production of semen.  It is about the […]

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    Anyone who reads my work knows I have been saying for nearly 40 years that RED MEAT DOES NOT CAUSE CANCER. It’s pseudo-science nonsense. I have repeatedly stated that I have never seen a single study linking real red meat and cancer. I have only EVER seen studies showing red meat plus processed filth like […]

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    Using food to prevent prostate cancer sounds too easy, doesn’t it?  Research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute confirmed that it really can be as simple as that. Broccoli, cauliflower, rutabaga, arugula, radish, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, greens, watercress, turnips, and kale are members of the cruciferous vegetable family.  Scientifically, they […]

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    As I have written elsewhere, lung cancer used to be an almost unknown disease. I have a paper in which lung cancer is described as a rare form of a rare disease (cancer is rare). While the Victorians did not possess sophisticated diagnostic or screening technology, they were as able to diagnose late stage cancer […]

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    This may seem like a bit of an exaggeration but it’s a common saying of mine that, “we are all battling cancer.” Cancer already overtook heart disease as the number-one killer disease of the West. Current figures worldwide show that 1 in 2 men and almost as many women will get cancer. That’s startling 50/50 […]

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    Remember my jokey piece: Dr. Fido will see you now!1 I wrote about the fact that dogs could be trained to sniff out cancers with a high degree of accuracy (better than blood tests and x-rays). Of course, if dogs can smell tumors, that must mean there are distinct chemicals being produced. So—only a matter […]

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    The United States has the seventh highest cancer occurrence rate in the world.  The causes are traced back to consuming too many processed dairy products, eating too much red meat, tobacco use, and obesity to name a few. It should come as no surprise then that the Western world’s carbohydrate addiction is now being linked […]

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    Got Cancer? Take An Aspirin! A couple years back I ran a newsletter piece under the same jokey title. Maybe you thought I was kidding? No, really, the science is good. Remarkable as it may seem, humble aspirin has a strong effect against cancer cells. This is in part due to the fact that cancer […]

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