Preventing Cancer from inside the Cancer Cell

Most cancer doctors talk about preventing cancer with a strengthening of the diet and immune system. Today I would like to review the preventing of cancer by exploring the process from inside the cancer cell.

Here’s what most cancer researchers know. First, we must ask, what is the origin of cancer? Cancer starts in the mitochondria of a tiny body cell, which is smaller than the tip of a straight pin. Continue reading

Difference Between Iodine and Potassium Iodide

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Iodine is an essential mineral. Adult men and women should have approximately 150 micrograms of iodine each day, and most people in the United States easily obtain this much through their diet, says the National Institutes of Health. By contrast, potassium iodide is a man-made salt compound of iodine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautions that you should not take potassium iodide unless you have been instructed to do so by your doctor or by public health officials. Continue reading

The Dangers of 5G

Our modern technology usually comes with unforeseen dangers. Sometimes those dangers are known but simply ignored. Simply put our society demands convenience and we don’t pay any attention to the ramifications of those demands. I have heard for years that there is a danger of radiation from cell phones, but we keep plowing forward into a area that has exhibited probable problems. Continue reading


What are the Health Effects, Risks & Dangers of Bluetooth Radiation?

Is Bluetooth Radiation Really Dangerous?
While the ‘official’ word is that radiation from Bluetooth Headsets and other Bluetooth Devices is too low to be considered dangerous to humans, that thinking might be just a little flawed.

While it is true that the levels of radiation emitted by Bluetooth Headsets and Devices is below what the current regulatory agencies consider ‘safe’, there are many who question whether their ‘safe’ is really, well, safe. Continue reading

Does America Have A COVID Problem Or An Obesity Problem?

While we have previously reported – and by now it is common knowledge – that Covid-19 usually kills only the very old with virtually no deaths in the 45 and under category and most deaths in the 75 and over category.

Indeed, as Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid noted when discussing the average age of fatalities from Covid, “it is remarkably consistent around the 80-82 year old mark.” Continue reading

Italian Study Shows Hydroxychloroquine Works vs COVID-19

New research suggests that hydroxychloroquine works to reduce the risk of death by 30% in hospitalized patients. Confused? We don’t blame you

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We have been caught in a drug war. This has nothing to do with cartels, turf battles or addictive chemicals. This is a war of words about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a really old malaria drug being repurposed to treat the coronavirus. When we first started writing about treatments for COVID-19 in March, we were intrigued by preliminary in vitro (test-tube) data. It appeared to us that hydroxychloroquine works by interfering with viral replication. That was the first hint that this medication might be helpful against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Continue reading

The Ultimate Guide To Composting

Each day, I receive many emails for all of our daily websites “offering” to share links to one of our posts – IF – I would post an article which the sender wants me to believe would benefit our site(s). In 99% of those received – I have never heard of them and in each case – what is really being “pushed” is a column which is full of many built in links for something which THEY have to sell. I typically reject ALL of them… BUT – what you are about to read below – although there is an ad built into that – which I am gladly sharing – I feel that the lessons here are far too great NOT to offer – and because of it – I gladly welcome all that has been provided below.

One must also understand, that I was born and spent much of my early years in farm country back in the 50’s and early 60’s, and learned much from my great grandmother about gardening and canning – you know – ‘putting up‘ for the winter – as we used to say. I used to hop the fence into the land that the Arendorfer family leased from our family in order for their cattle to graze. Oh yeah – I learned at an early age, the art of ‘pooper-scooping‘ (dried stuff) to use for Granny’s compost pile. …and just how do think that the tomatoes came out?

So, what REALLY made me want to post ‘The Ultimate Guide…‘? From time to time I HAVE posted several articles as relates to growing one’s own food – whether it be for guidance and the importance of a full garden – maybe even for the near or long-term unknown that we may be facing in America – or maybe because I believe that teaching our children and grandchildren (as I was taught) how to be self-sufficient. Whatever your reasons are – they are GOOD ones… and hey – you will be able to control what you eat – and keep Monsanto and the rest of the poisonous bad guys out of your “farm” – and that is not such a bad idea. You will learn much about how to grow a vegetable garden – and THAT is the best part of all – you can do it as a family. In addition, the nutritional gain that your family will receive – will be of immense to one’s overall health. Besides – it’s all about taking Back CONTROL of your life, your diet and your overall health!

I will be adding several links within this post (OOPS – I already did – right here in the Foreword), which will allow you to gain a better understanding as to WHY I have gladly chosen to share all that is before you ~ and if you should choose to give the great folks at Simple Grow a call – tell ’em where you read of them – won’t you?

I’ll See you at Sundown ~ after the Harvest is done!

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Tribute to Dr. William Donald Kelley – 1926-2005

Alternative Cancer Researcher: William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS

William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS, one of the most significant figures in the history of alternative cancer treatments, passed away on January 30, 2005, at the age of 79. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. He had a long history of heart problems, with severe rhythm disturbances, beginning in the 1960s.

Dr. Kelley was born on November 1, 1925 on an 80-acre “dirt farm” in Winfield, Kansas. His father had died young of a heart attack and, during the Great Depression, his mother raised three sons alone. All three sons went to college, then graduate school, and became successful professionals. Continue reading

Are These Cancer-Causing Foods in Your Diet?

Cancer is a systemic disease with various causes, some of which include a poor diet, toxin exposure, nutrient deficiencies and to some extent genetics. One extremely important way to prevent and/or treat cancer is nutritionally, through eating a nutrient-dense diet and avoiding things that are known to increase cancer risk. Continue reading