Total Health

    In our modern world, there are few ingredients as dominant and dangerous to our food supply as added sugar. I’ve spoken at length about the dangers of sugar (as have countless others in the medical and scientific community) but it seems we’ve underestimated the devastating effects. You read that right. As much as we’ve railed […]

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    One of the stupidest and longest running medical follies is the daft story that sunlight causes skin cancer. It does NOT, it protects against skin cancer. It’s vital for your long-term health that you grasp this and stop listening to the dangerous propaganda being expounded by ignorant MDs and research scientists. Those of you who […]

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    Energy drinks have gained incredible popularity in the last few years. We live in a sleep-deprived world that increasingly expects longer hours or greater production. The lure of “miracle” energy is strong. However, energy drink dangers should not be ignored. Second only to vitamin supplements, and heavily marketed to young people, they promise a boost […]

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    Is there such a thing as internet addiction? Sounds made up, doesn’t it? When I first heard the rumblings of this new condition, I admit, I was skeptical. It sounded like the latest scapegoat for poor choices. Now, I’m not so sure. In the past ten years, all of us have experienced a shift in […]

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    Do you have problems from fatty liver disease? Are you sure? The liver isn’t as interesting to most people as the brain or the heart but, with the help of your kidneys, it removes 99% of the toxins inside you. Your liver prevents the pollutants from the food you eat, the air you breathe, and […]

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    Ask any “properly trained” medical scientist about bacteria in healthy blood and they will answer that there are none. Blood is essentially sterile. This out-moded science is getting a lot of people killed. Anyone who has ever looked at a LIVE blood sample (freshly taken) under a dark-field microscope will tell you that blood is […]

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    Should You Take a Nap?

    by ProfKeith

    Too many people these days react with shock if you suggest more sleep. Despite the fact that it’s proven to heal, energize, fight aging, boost immunity, and so much more, it’s ignored as a valid part of your overall healthy lifestyle. Sleep has evolved into some sort of sign one is lazy rather than proactive […]

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    In the 1970s, anyone but an idiot was listening seriously to the emerging evidence that sugar was a major killer. The really smart ones didn’t get at all distracted by the saturated fat story (I’ve campaigned that we need saturated fat for brain health for over 40 years). The major star of this emerging science […]

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    Fungi are a rum bunch: we can eat some and they are delicious (cèpes, chanterelles, truffles); others are deadly (Deathcap (Amanita phalloides), Avenging angel, Autumn skullcap). Some even make fabulous medicines (Lion’s mane, Turkey tail, Shiitake and Maitake). Delicious cèpes, one of my favorite culinary mushrooms Deadly Autumn skullcap (Galerina marginata), destroyer of livers! Some […]

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    “I’m not afraid of death; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.”  —Woody Allan, Comedian When your Mum passes, it’s a special event in life. Gosh, even if you don’t happen to like her, you can’t get away from the fact that she is your mother; she made you. Did you know […]

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    Telomeres are protective “helmets” found at both ends of your chromosomes. It’s a pivotal part of your base DNA that offers protection from deterioration. Each time your cells divide and replicate, these tiny caps gradually shorten until they disappear entirely. They limit how many times a cell can divide. When the protective benefit of telomeres […]

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    We’ve all seen those couples in a restaurant who seem to argue over their meal. It’s almost always the wife telling her husband that he can’t have this because it’s bad for his heart or he can’t have that because of his blood sugar. I bet most of us feel sorry for the husband. Not […]

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    In the pursuit of easier methods to quit smoking cigarettes, electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) roared onto the scene ten years ago. These devices are hand-held and run on a battery. They heat the liquid (a combination of oils, flavors, water, and so forth) to a vapor so it can be inhaled. While countless studies have been […]

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    In the year 2000, approximately 1-in-150 children were diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The last year for which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has data is 2012 and that number is now 1-in-68 children and becoming more prevalent by the year. An almost 8% climb in twelve years is the […]

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