Speaking Out Against Gluten

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Food sensitivities can manifest not only in a myriad of diseases. Not only that, but chronic illness often involves a state of inappropriate vigilance of our immune/defense system in which food allergy gets involved even if it is not the cause of the problem, leading then to chronic inflammation – which translates into disease.

Most people, including doctors, do not receive ...

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Why Milk Is So Evil

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Dairy products – including all milk products, milk, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, kefir, ice-cream, etc. – are related to all kinds of diseases including cardiovascular diseases, autoimmune diseases, cancer, allergies, asthma, digestive diseases, thyroid problems,  neurological diseases, etc.  The list is unlimited and I wish I could include it here, but for sake of space let us concentrate on ...

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Dental Inflammation, Heart Attacks and Health Tips

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This study confirms that gum disease is related to heart disease, it is again the inflammatory link. People with periodontitis have a higher than normal risk of heart attack and stroke. People with these conditions have elevated C-reactive protein, a sign of inflammation. Also, people with diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis have a higher risk of developing periodontitis and ...

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Delicious Buckwheat Date Bread – Gluten and Dairy Free!

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There IS life after gluten and dairy, and here is the living proof.  This buckwheat date bread is not only delicious and nutritious, but it is very easy to make and it is a great substitute for sweet bread.  Gluten, dairy, and egg sensitive people can eat it without any harm done, as it doesn’t have these ingredients.  Enjoy!!

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Warning Signs of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS), is a disabling condition affecting approximately 500,000 Americans. Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that fewer than 20% of CFS patients in the United States have even been diagnosed. Patients are usually women in their 40s and 50s, but anyone can develop CFS. Patients with CFS typically have a compromised immune system, elevated blood ...

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Stats for thought

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Autoimmune, Cancer and Heart Disease

Up to 40 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease [Stephen Edelson MD and Deborah Mitchell, What your Doctor May Not Tell You About Autoimmune Disorders]. Of that number, about 75% are women, making it the fourth largest cause of disability in women.
Autoimmune disease is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in female children and women in all age groups up to 64 years of age.

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H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Facts

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Teresa Forcades i Vila is a Benedictine nun at Sant Benet of Montserrat’s monastery, near Barcelona, Spain. Before joining the monastery Teresa practiced medicine for several years as a physician specialized in internal medicine and she has a PhD in Public Health from Barcelona’s University. She also carried out her specialization at NY State University, USA.

In these series of videos, Teresa discusses the swine flu’s origins and how WHO’s definition of pandemia was morphed to fit this swine flu as ...

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Aphasia: When Your Karaoke Skills Come in Handy

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People who will sing but not speak.

There are some cases when a person who is not able to speak will still be able to sing as the result of a specific aphasia.

Aphasia is an impairment or loss of the faculty of understanding or using spoken or written language, even though there is integrity of the neuromuscular structures that produce language.  Aphasia is caused by brain damage, and is produced by left brain hemisphere damage ...

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Judgement at Nuremberg: The Medical Trial

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Paul Weindling is an expert on medicine in Nazi Germany and is author of Health, Race and German Politics, Epidemics and Genocide in Eastern Europe, and Nazi Medicine and the Nuremberg Trials.

According to Weindling, there were four main phases in the atrocities performed during Nazi Germany. The first phase (1939-41) is called the neurological which was linked to the euthanasia program, but it was actually a testing ground for killing techniques. He ...

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The Flu Threat: Swine Influenza, Greedy Pigs, and How to Keep Yourself Healthy

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Here we go again with the flu threat, this time a swine flu with the potential for a global pandemic – or so we’re told. I’m kind of tired of the same old “be afraid, be very afraid” tone in regards to the whole flu threat. There are really other threats with greater implications for our well being! But still, the subject is certainly worth our attention, as there ...

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