Epigenetics of Cervical Cancer

Epigenetics also means that gene doctors are not going to solve all your health problems with gene therapies and gene surgeries. If you are doing something that is causing your genes to express unnaturally, that must be resolved in order to overcome "genetic" disease. For many women, cervical cancer is considered a genetic disease. It is surmised that a "flawed gene" problem causes the blueprint that makes cervical cells go awry and become cancerous. So the future for any woman with the … [Read more...]

Epigenetics: The Giant Hole in the Gene Theory

"the gene theory of disease headlines are dramatic and puzzlingly high-tech. The public is becoming hoodwinked into believing that frail and flawed genes are programming us all for disease and destruction. And if you think that medicine today is high-tech or expensive, you ain't seen nothing yet! Despite the fact that most studies shoot the gene theory full of holes, you are continually being brainwashed into believing that new "gene scientists" are going to solve all your … [Read more...]

Gut Flora Even Affects Cancer

Thanks again to the micro biome research, we now know that patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) have a very different and less diverse micro biome (flora) than healthy patients. That means they have less different forms of bacteria, less healthy bacteria, and more unhealthy bacteria in their gut. And amazingly this seems to be related to cancer -in this case CRC. This latest research published in the December 6, 2013, Journal of the national Cancer Institute is nothing short of astounding. … [Read more...]

Colon and Rectal Cancer and your Gut Bacteria

The ideas and concepts put forth by alternative practitioners about the health of your gut and flora (the bacteria in your gut) and how it influences your health has been universally condemned by medicine for decades as some nutty idea. Well, thanks to a burgeoning amount of data on gut flora, we now know that the physicians condemning gut flora information had no idea what they were talking about. Those who promoted a healthy gut flora were right all along and way ahead of their time.  And the … [Read more...]

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

The term "colitis" comprises several types of inflammatory intestinal disorders, as distinguished from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a "functional" disorder of motility in which inflammation is not apparent. The main types of colitis are ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn's Disease (CD), which have different characteristic appearances and radiological and blood testing presentations. They are collectively referred to as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). While CD and UC have not generally been … [Read more...]

How To Be a Hunter Gatherer (almost!)

Perhaps no scientific topic has generated more controversy and confusion in recent times than the ideal diet.  The modern human is inundated with infinite choices of food and a multitude of “healthy” diets.  Many of these so–called healthy diets are simply by products of high technology, military defended shipping routes, and gasoline powered transportation and shipping.  What if you could only eat what was in your immediate surroundings?  I think we would all be very surprised, delighted, and … [Read more...]

SpringTime is here!

It's official!  March 21st marks the beginning of springtime!  Its my favorite season of the year as flowers begin to bloom, the temperatures warm up and the sun shines its life-force on us all.  Springtime encourages us to open all the windows and clean out the old to make way for the new. Our bodies are no different during springtime and the need to wear less clothing, be more active, and eat lighter and fresher is strong!  In Chinese Medicine, springtime is associated with the liver and gall … [Read more...]

Why the DNA in your Food Matters

Many of us have known for decades that minute amounts of genetic material from food make their way intact into the bloodstream -producing profound effects on your health. This knowledge had been utilized since 1947 when Dr. Royal Lee, founder of Standard Process, wrote one of his books, Protomorphology: The Principles of Cell Auto-Regulation (Milwaukee, Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research, 1947). The book details how doctors use raw supplements made from extracts of plants, glands, and … [Read more...]

Lupus, difficulty in diagnosis

Lupus  is a poorly defined, poorly diagnosed, and poorly treated disease. Lupus attacks the connective tissue (the glue of the body), primarily affecting the skin (lupus erythematosus ). It becomes more serious when it affects the organs, where it is termed systemic lupus erythematosus. There is no known cause. It affects primarily the skin, joints, kidneys, nerves, blood, and mucous membranes. Many but not all lupus sufferers have a characteristic "butterfly" rash on their … [Read more...]

How is your medication affecting the nutrients in your body?

Are you Taking NSAIDS (Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatories)?  Taking NSAIDS may deplete folic acid from your body.  Folic acid depletion is linked anemia, anorexia, birth defects, cardiovascular diseases, cervical dysplasia, cognitive defects, colon cancer, diarrhea, headaches, fatigue, insomnia, and nausea. Are you taking any of these? Diclofenac, Diflunisal, Etodalac, Fenoprofen, Ibuprofen, Indomethacin, Ketoprofen, Ketorolac, Meclofenamate, Mefanamic Acid, Nabumetone, Naproxen, … [Read more...]