Here’s a good reason to add some spice into your life: Chili peppers were found to be effective in managing symptoms of depression. In a study published in the European Journal of Medicinal Plants, chili pepper extracts were found to exhibit anti-depressive effects. Continue reading
Insufficient digestive enzyme in humans is a requirement for supplementation with Papaya Enzyme. If insufficient digestive enzyme in humans goes untreated, a single-celled bacteria called candida is allowed to enter the intestines.
Candida burrows pockets into the walls of the intestines. Undigested and not fully digested food gets trapped in those pockets, and goes rancid, then candida eats it. A digestive enzyme in candida, called CYP1B1, metabolizes that food, and the candida grows into a multi-cellular fungal mucous which is a transmutation of the candida. Let’s call this multicellular transmuted result of digestion an overgrown candida; since it’s a result of candida digestion, it contains the candida digestive enzyme CYP1B1. Continue reading
Your diagnosis was a wake up call. Now you’re going to find out how the world really works, dear; because if you don’t, you’ll die.
Up till now you’ve looked up to, and trusted, authority figures, such as uniformed men and women, about and with everything; you’ve believed they care about you and you’ve trusted that they have your best interests at heart. The uniformed men and women were your protectors, your teachers, your priests, your doctors; they were your external authority so you didn’t have to take full responsibility for your own well-being.
Well now it’s time to wake up and grow up; it’s time to learn the truth about the decision makers in the medical industry. Continue reading
A Colorado man says he was on chemotherapy and painkillers for five years to treat a rare cancer – only to learn he never had the disease at all.
After performing an open lung biopsy, Salaz was told he had a rare form of cancer in which an excess of white blood cells caused tumors to form throughout the body.
Despite immediately undergoing treatment, the abnormalities weren’t going anyway – that is until he visited another doctor who told him he didn’t have cancer, but rather a condition that causes inflamed blood vessels. Continue reading
My story begins on a t-shirt weather summer day.
After my dad’s second chemo treatment, while he was in the hospital – first in palliative care, then in intensive care – where he had several close calls with death’s door – I hadn’t even visited him in his first few days of being in the hospital. I was scared. I didn’t want to believe that he was as much of a flight-risk as he was, as much at risk of joining the angels as he was; I didn’t want to believe it. As long as I didn’t see him, I didn’t have to acknowledge that his health was in as bad of condition as it was.
The hot summer day when this story begins is the day when I decided to visit him in the hospital, after a few full days of him being in the hospital without a visit from me. Continue reading
To all the people whose lives have been sacrificed to the evil overlords of the chemotherapy industry, to the souls of all you who were murdered coldly by an industry that, I acknowledge, is driven only by the money system that was created by the exact forefathers of those very individuals who are now at the helm of the media, the schools, and their direct ancestors even wrote religions to fool your direct ancestors! I sadly acknowledge that the other team tells lies in the textbooks those scoundrels write. The people who study those textbooks the most are the people who want to be doctors.
Those who want to help people have hearts so pure that they strive through a quarter life of school just to help people, so they can’t understand that scoundrels would even exist who strive all life to hurt people, but they do! Those who become doctors have hearts that are so well meaning that the quarter-of-a-life of school-bound studies that it takes to even become a doctor are easily accomplished because their passion is to help, so those who become doctors cannot understand the passions of those who tricked doctors to believe in chemotherapy. ~ A.H.
One of the major changes that occurs when a person suffers from chronic stress is too much adrenaline and cortisol in the system. Now research has discovered a direct link between adrenaline and Breast Cancer.
Adrenaline and the Fight or Flight Response
Adrenaline, also known as epinephrine, is a hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands.
More than likely, you have already heard of the “fight or flight” response, also known as the stress response. The stress response happens automatically and is part of the Sympathetic Nervous System. The body goes into this mode in response to any kind of threat. It could be a stranger walking towards you in a dark alley, a wild animal chasing you, a fight with your spouse or a looming deadline.
I recently got into an argument, again, about cancer. The occasion was a talk by one of my colleagues at Stevens Institute, philosopher Gregory Morgan, on the fascinating history of research into cancer-causing viruses.
The occasion was a talk by one of my colleagues at Stevens Institute, philosopher Gregory Morgan, on the fascinating history of research into cancer-causing viruses. In the Q&A, someone commented on how far science has come in understanding cancer’s causes.
With my usual kneejerk negativity, I lamented that all our knowledge about oncogenes, oncoviruses and other cancer catalysts has not translated into significant reductions in mortality. Continue reading
NOTE: The following was originally offered as a two-part presentation by the author dealing with both the “losing” and what he believed to be the “winning” side of the issue. We present both sides of the war in a single posting for your education and consideration. ~ Ed.
Part I: Losing the War on Cancer
In 1971, President Richard Nixon announced the War on Cancer and promised a cure by the 1977 bicentennial. In 2009 death rates from cancer are significantly increased and…..no cure is forthcoming! The failure of chemotherapy to control cancer has become apparent even to the oncology establishment. Scientific American featured a recent cover story entitled: “The War on Cancer — it’s Being Lost.” In it, eminent epidemiologist John C. Bailar III, MD, PhD, Chairman of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University cited the relentless increase in cancer deaths in the face of growing use of toxic chemotherapy. He concluded that scientists must look in new directions if they are ever to make progress against this unremitting killer.
Cancer incidences have grown from 1 in 500 to nearly 1 in 2 today!
Chives are far more than the little green bits on your baked potato—they have numerous health benefits that make them a worthy addition to a variety of dishes. Add to that the fact that they are easy to grow and maintain, and it’s obvious that chives deserve a place at your table. Continue reading
Scientists have been doing research on a coffee-cancer link for a very long time. Meta-stidies looking at all the scientific literature up to date have clearly shown that not only there is no association between coffee-drinking and cancer, but there is actually a mild inverse correlation between drinking coffee and some type of cancer. In other words, not only does coffee not give you cancer, but it may mildly protect you from some types of cancer, such as breast and liver cancer. Continue reading
Scientists explain how being overweight makes breast cancer cells more aggressive
Researchers from Helmholtz Zentrum München, Technische Universität München (TUM), and Heidelberg University Hospital carried out a study on how extra weight makes breast cancer cells more aggressive. Using human tissue from breast cancer metastases, the researchers found that the enzyme known as ACC1 (acetyl-CoA-carboxylase 1) — a key component of fatty acid synthesis — is inhibited by high levels of cytokines. They found that obesity causes the release of cytokines into the bloodstream that affect the metabolism of breast cancer cells, which in turn make them more aggressive. Continue reading
Moles are a common sight on a person’s body. These dark-colored clusters of pigmented cells usually appear during childhood, but can fade or disappear with age. While most are harmless, some moles may become deadly over time. Moles can be a risk factor for melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Melanoma may sound scary but it’s actually one of the most treatable cancers and, if caught early, can be taken out in its entirety by simply removing the mole. Dermatologists have listed five warning signs to watch out for; so if you want to know if your mole is cancerous, just remember ABCDE: Continue reading
The story of ‘Victory’…
Being in the unique position to have been trained by Kelley and having worked with him for the last seven years of his life, I felt privileged to have been asked by his son John Kelley to take over the editing and publication of Dr. Kelley’s Self Test for the Different Metabolic Types in 2013. Did we do a rewrite? NO!… But there were editing issues that we felt needed to be corrected, a chart which badly needed updating – in addition to other pertinent information, which Kelley had always published separately in the past – and we chose to merge these publications into one.
noun word·smith \ˈwərd-ˌsmith\
a person who works with words; especially : a skillful writer. (Courtesy: Merriam-Webster)
About one in every nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. The risk for developing prostate cancer is greatest for men over the age of 65, especially those who African-American. In the Unites States, second to skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in men. It’s estimated that about 164,690 new cases of prostate cancer are detected each year, and about 29,430 deaths annually are caused by prostate cancer. This makes it all the more important to pay attention to any prostate cancer symptoms you may notice. Continue reading