12 Coronavirus Autopsy Cases Reveal the TRUTH How COVID Patients Are Dying

In all 12 Coronavirus Autopsy cases, the cause of death was found within the lungs or the pulmonary vascular system. Those who did not die of large pulmonary emboli died of extensive inflammation, meaning pneumonia with ARDS. In these Coronavirus Autopsy cases, the lungs were wet and heavy, much like a sponge that is saturated with water. Continue reading

Eight Extra Healthy Benefits that Provide Nutritional Disease Therapy

Every person wants to stay healthy. My mission in preventing cancer is to provide information that not only helps prevent cancer but provides nutritional information that creates more energy, a better immune system, fights disease, decreases medical care. prevent cancer, and live a long healthy life well into the 90s.

Today’s BULLETIN gives some added nutritional therapy that my wife and I practice. There are 8 “healthy helpers “ that I will discuss. But first, I would like to talk about people that are not just being ordinary, but extraordinary. Continue reading

Nearly 2,000 Moderna vaccines compromised in Boston

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Reduce your risk of breast cancer by eating more onions and garlic

Sofrito, a condiment made from onions and garlic, is a staple in Puerto Rican kitchens. Some personalized recipes might feature other healthful herbs and spices like cilantro and peppers, but its most basic ingredients remain the same. It can be consumed as a dip like salsa or used as a foundation for rice dishes. Continue reading

How Stress Affects Your Body, From Your Brain to Your Digestive System

Chronic stress can increase your risk of stroke, high blood pressure, and heart disease, as well as depresson and anxiety.iStock

It’s one thing to feel occasional stress. But when you’re constantly under pressure and have no way to cope, your risk of developing serious illness climbs. Here’s what you need to know about the long-term effects of living a stressed-out life. . . Continue reading

Child Abuse: Masked schoolchildren are harmed physically, psychologically, behaviorally and suffer from 24 distinct health issues

A first-of-its-kind study, involving over 25,000 children, reveals that masks are harming schoolchildren in many physical and psychological ways and have a negative effect on their behavior, focus and interest in learning. These negative effects are censored from social media, under-reported by the media, and ignored by government officials. Continue reading

Attacking Ourselves: Top Doctors Reveal Vaccines Turn Our Immune System Against Us

The research is hard to ignore, vaccines can trigger autoimmunity with a laundry list of diseases to follow. With harmful and toxic metals as some vaccine ingredients, who is susceptible and which individuals are more at risk?

No one would accuse Yehuda Shoenfeld of being a quack. The Israeli clinician has spent more than three decades studying the human immune system and is at the pinnacle of his profession. You might say he is more foundation than fringe in his specialty; he wrote the textbooks. The Mosaic of Autoimmunity, Autoantibodies, Diagnostic Criteria in Autoimmune Diseases, Infection and Autoimmunity, Cancer and Autoimmunity – the list is 25 titles long and some of them are cornerstones of clinical practice. Hardly surprising that Shoenfeld has been called the “Godfather of Autoimmunology” – the study of the immune system turned on itself in a wide array of diseases from type 1 diabetes to ulcerative colitis and multiple sclerosis.

But something strange is happening in the world of immunology lately and a small evidence of it is that the Godfather of Autoimmunology is pointing to vaccines – specifically, some of their ingredients including the toxic metal aluminum – as a significant contributor to the growing global epidemic of autoimmune diseases. Continue reading

6 Grass-Fed Beef Nutrition Benefits that May Surprise You

According to a study at California State University’s College of Agriculture, grass-fed beef nutrition includes significantly more omega-3 fatty acids and more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than grain-fed beef. Grass-fed beef is a red meat that is considered one of the best protein foods around. It’s also higher in precursors for vitamin A and E and cancer-fighting antioxidants compared to grain-fed beef. (1)

If you haven’t heard of CLA yet, it’s a powerful polyunsaturated fatty acid we must obtain from our diets (such as a Paleo or ketogenic diet) that’s been shown to help fight cancer, discourage weight gain and build muscle, and high-quality grass-fed beef and butter from healthy, grass-fed cows or other animals are the top sources of CLA. Continue reading

Why Your Salad Dressing and Corn Chips Will Kill You Faster Than Sugar Will

We haven’t finished an official article on our blog yet on all of the dangers of vegetable oils, so for today, I’m going to write up a quick summary of some of the bigger dangers of vegetable oil and put some quotes from a fantastic article I read the other day on a well known doctor’s website.

When I say “salad dressing and corn chips”, what I’m really talking about as you may have guessed is vegetable oil, the #1 killer in our food supply… and yes, many experts contend vegetable oil is significantly worse for us than even sugar (and sugar in anything but small quantities is pretty bad for us) Continue reading

Preventing Cancer using the Eight Rules of Cognitive Thinking

Most people do not think about how they think. Most of their thoughts originate from experience and information that they have accumulated from reading, hearing, and learning.

Leonardo Da Vinci said, “If you think of a simple way to do a difficult task, you make it easier for more people to learn how to do it.” This quote applies to almost every new idea, invention, innovation, project, or task. Once the thoughts of a person create a new method, idea, project, task, or innovation, other people follow by expanding on the idea, creating options, finding alternate ideas, inventions, procedures, and tasks. Continue reading

The Cancer Monologues: What Causes Cancer?

What causes cancer? While we definitely don’t know everything that can trigger this disease, what is clear is that more people are dealing with this disease. According to the National Cancer Institute, approximately 39.6 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. (1)

Previous research shows that genetics account for only about half of all cancers, suggesting environmental exposures and socioeconomic factors may also play a role. Cancer has quickly risen to one of the leading causes of death, but knowing your risk can help you avoid this devastating diagnosis. Continue reading

In Life, She Defied Alzheimer’s. In Death, Her Brain May Show How…

Rocío Villegas-Piedrahita, at left, and Magaly Villegas-Piedrahita with a portrait of their mother, Aliria, who died in November at age 77 with only mild symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, despite a genetic mutation that should have caused her to become severely ill in her 40s. Credit…Federico Rios for The New York Times

MEDELLÍN, Colombia — Aliria Rosa Piedrahita de Villegas carried a rare genetic mutation that had all but guaranteed she would develop Alzheimer’s disease in her 40s. But only at age 72 did she experience the first symptoms of it. Her dementia was not terribly advanced when she died from cancer on Nov. 10, a month shy of her 78th birthday, in her daughter’s home on a hillside that overlooks the city.

Neurology investigators at the University of Antioquia in Medellín, led by Dr. Francisco Lopera, have followed members of Ms. Piedrahita de Villegas’s vast extended family for more than 30 years, hoping to unlock the secrets of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. In that time they encountered several outliers, people whose disease developed later than expected, in their 50s or even 60s. But none were as medically remarkable as the woman they all knew as doña Aliria. Continue reading