Four Important Diet Procedures that Would Save Thirty Five Percent of Medical Costs in the U.S.

There are four diet destructors, if curtailed in the United States, would not only save 35 percent of medical costs, but would also reduce major diseases by up to 35 percent. One of the most valuable medical discoveries was found by Dr. Linus Pauling, when he discovered the double helix bond carbon molecule in 1948. This is a chemical reaction that can occur in certain foods to prevent blood clotting. Blood clots are responsible for millions of strokes, heart attacks, diabetic eye and blood problems, plus “sticky blood” in the start and spread of cancer. Continue reading

The History Of Hydroxychloroquine In India

As most of us are already aware, Hydroxychloroquine has already taken the world by storm as a treatment against COVID-19. Every newspaper is talking about it, and all countries are requesting India to supply it. Now, a curious person might wonder why and how this chemical composition is so deeply entrenched in India, and is there any history behind it. Well, there is an interesting history behind it which goes all the way to the Indian king Tipu Sultan’s defeat. Continue reading

The Cholesterol Diet

Editor’s NOTE: What follows below was originally published in a British magazine some years back and as usual with this type of post – the reference to cholesterol always comes to the forefront. Given our subsequent post – The Cholesterol Myth we invite you to enjoy the food and dietary recommendations within this column, but also pay close attention to the “Myths” which have been perpetrated for many years. ~ Ed

If you suffer from ended up clinically determined to have increased cholesterol or just choose to take on much better caution of one’s health to prevent health and well being issues, an example cheap cholesterol eating routine will make an enormous main difference. Cholesterol is a chemical expressed by the along with, on the most suitable quantity, is known as a very important a natural part of some of our techniques. Cholesterol is essential in order to just about every single cellular phone, although an undesirable healthy eating plan might triggers people to make lots of cholesterol which in turn can lead to dangerous health problems as well as passing away. Continue reading

Magnesium: The Definitive Guide

This important mineral contributes to a healthy energy-yielding metabolism, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, cell division, electrolyte balance, the nervous system, normal muscle function and the maintenance of bones and teeth. Yet even though it is found in many common foods, a lot of us are no longer getting enough. In this article we discuss why magnesium is so important and how you can boost your intake. Continue reading

Canola oil: A Chemical Carcinogen That Doesn’t Belong Anywhere Near Your Food

We all have been trained by the government and food industry to believe that processed vegetable oils, such as canola oil, are healthy, and natural saturated fats coming from butter, lard, or coconut oil increase the risk of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and obesity.

Though canola oil is marketed as a healthy oil, it is anything but healthy. It is a cheap, highly unstable, inflammatory oil that was given a huge push by trusted advisory groups and the government’s dietary guidelines. Continue reading

Not eating enough fruit and vegetables linked with increased risk of anxiety disorders

New Canadian research has found that eating less than three portions of fruit and vegetables per day appears to be linked to a higher risk of having an anxiety disorder.

Led by researchers from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in British Columbia, the new study looked at data gathered from 26,991 men and women between the ages of 45 and 85 taking part in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. Continue reading

The New Ham-Boogers: What’s in Plant-Based Meats?

…and so our diet becomes more manipulated – all in the name of feeding the masses – right along with GMO’s, Monsanto – and your freindly Doctah. OIh I am sure that he or she will have a solution to your dietary ailments.

Take your pick, Burger King, Denny’s and I am sure nearly every fast food dump in the nation… THIS is what we face when dining out! HEY – and don’t forget to wash it down with a fine glass of fluoridated ice water. ~ Ed.
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Top 7 sources of the fuel that feed cancer

For 75 years, the American sick-care system has convinced nearly all Americans that chemotherapy is the only way to even attempt to beat cancer. It’s all been one big horrible lie. First off, we all have cancer cells in our body right now. The only way doctors ever even notice cancer cells is after they’ve multiplied uncontrollably into the billions and attacked some weakened tissue. By then, it’s been occurring for quite some time, and the chemical “gasoline” for that evil “cancer machine” is being pumped into the body daily, probably hourly, with the same “repeat offender” carcinogenic chemicals, which are found in our food and medicine. Continue reading

Dr. Kelley’s Kitchen: February 26, 2020

Can Food Act as Medicine? All You Need to Know& cell phones around schools, young children & fetuses
What you choose to eat has profound effects on your overall health.

Research shows that dietary habits influence disease risk. While certain foods may trigger chronic health conditions, others offer strong medicinal and protective qualities.

Thus, many people argue that food is medicine, yet, diet alone cannot and should not replace medicine in all circumstances. Although many illnesses can be prevented, treated, or even cured by dietary and lifestyle changes, many others cannot…. It’s HERE! (Continue to full article)

Cut Sugar to Prevent Cancer
Skip the sugary stuff! The average American consumes about 180 pounds of sugar each year. That’s roughly one-half pound of sugar every single day, a tremendous increase from just over a century ago, when consumption was a measly one pound annually.

The problem? Sugar feeds cancer, a disease that will afflict one in two Americans during their lifetime and currently claims more than half a million lives each year. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in 1931. He discovered the link between sugar and cancer… (Continue to full article)

Obesity: America’s Self-inflicted Preexisting Condition
Consuming too many potato latkes and Christmas cookies has left its mark on our waistlines. Unfortunately for Americans and their medical care, the seasonal overeating seems to last all year. Indeed, the American Medical Association has declared that obesity is a disease.

It may be more accurate to describe obesity as a contributor to certain diseases. Obesity raises the risk of premature death, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, type 2 diabetes, gallbladder disease, breathing problems, certain cancers, and osteoarthritis. Certainly, obesity can result from certain uncommon diseases and hereditary factors, but most people become obese simply because they eat too many unhealthy foods and do not exercise…. (Continue to full article)

Elderberries Block Flu Virus From Attaching To and Entering Human Cells
Scientists have identified a chemical compound in elderberries that immediately immobilizes the flu virus.

Previous studies have already shown elderberry extract can ease flu symptoms and cut the duration of the illness in half, but a new study explains exactly how the ancient remedy works. The unique phytochemicals found in elderberries block the virus from entering, or even attaching to, our healthy cells, when taken preventatively during flu season.

Even if the flu has already taken hold, the compound prevents the virus from replicating, eliminating symptoms within 48 hour… (Continue to full article)

Butter Nutrition 101: Is Butter Bad for You or Is Butter Good for You?
Are you one of those people who still believe that butter is bad for you? Butter may have had a bad rep over the last decade but it hasn’t always been this way. In the 1900s, butter was a food staple and was used in just about every recipe.

Everyone seems to have a different opinion about butter these days. The government, doctors, and even the media constantly contradict each other on this issue. So, you might be wondering if butter is good for your health or not? While you were told to avoid butter, new research is challenging this myth… (Continue to full article)

Asparagus is a highly alkaline food scrubbing out the bladder, kidneys, and protects liver health
Asparagus has been used to treat problems involving inflammation, such as arthritis and rheumatism, assist with inflammation of the urinary tract and may also be useful for nerve pain and swelling (neuritis).

Asparagus has a truly unique combination of anti-inflammatory nutrients such as flavonoids: quercetin, rutin, kaempferol and isorhamnetin. Asparagus is also rich in saponins compounds including: asparanin A, sarsasapogenin, protodioscin, and diosgenin. Sarsasapogenin is being researched for its potential benefits for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” Inflammation maybe responsible for the death of motor neurons in ALS … (Continue to full article)

Healthy” soybean oil causes genetic changes in the brain linked to neurological disease Details

Study shows the most widely consumed edible oil in the US could be bad for the brain – and that oil from soybeans genetically engineered to be healthier is just as bad

Eating soybean oil has already been linked to obesity and diabetes.[1] Now new research from scientists at the University of California Riverside shows it could also adversely affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, anxiety, schizophrenia, and depression.[2] Continue reading

Prescription drugs aren’t the answer: “Food is medicine

… eating more fresh fruits and vegetables can make you healthier, stronger.

It is becoming increasingly clear that food is some of the best medicine that exists.

We know that eating right can prevent many common diseases, and dietary improvements can alleviate illness as well. Have you ever wondered what would happen if people were prescribed healthy foods the way they are prescribed medicine? Continue reading

I’m A Physician, And I’ll Continue Eating Red Meat

Last month, a group of 14 health researchers led by epidemiologist Dr. Bradley Johnston of Dalhousie University sparked enormous controversy by publishing a series of articles challenging the conventional wisdom that people should reduce their consumption of red meat. Their recommendations in the prestigious Annals of Internal Medicine basically stated that adults could “continue current levels of red meat and processed meat consumption.” Continue reading