• Now Available: Order Frankincense Oil & Other Essential Oils

    Hello Everyone! My last post caused quite a stir (in a good way)! If you didn’t catch it, click here! So many women have dense or fibrocystic breast tissue. Fibrocystic breast tissue can be caused by: Low progesterone levels Low iodine levels Intake of too much caffeine Imbalanced Estrogen levels My last post showed the

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  • Can low-back pain be due to lumbar-artery disease?

    This is a picture of the abdominal aorta and all of the arteries that branch off of it. The abdominal aorta  is the largest artery in the abdomen that provides blood to the organs and tissues of the abdomen, pelvis, and legs. It branches off into several places to form major arteries of the abdomen. One of the places that

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  • Eating Avocado With Meat, Blunts The Inflammatory Effects of The Meat Consumption

    If you are not convinced about the universal awesomeness of avocados, then there is no hope for you. Just kidding! Check out this interesting study on on how avocado blunted the harmful effects of eating a hamburger patty #GuacPower. Li et al., 2013 conducted a study that investigated the effect of adding avocado to a hamburger on

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  • Foods That Get Rid Of H. Pylori

    Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that colonizes the stomach lining. It is found in the majority of cases – over 90% of duodenal ulcer patients and 70% of gastric ulcer patients infected. The prevalence of H. pylori infection varies from 20 to 50% in industrialized countries to over 80% in developing countries. The infection

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  • Iron Anemia: The Viral Connection

    In 1982, Melvin Ball hypothesized that Herpes Simpex Virus 1 (HSV-1) was causative in Alzheimer’s Disease. He proposed that HSV-1 located in the 5th cranial nerve, (called Trigeminal ganglia) could travel up the cranial nerve when reactivated, and ascend along known nerve pathways into the Limbic system and areas of the brain most affected in

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  • Thermography: Detecting breast cancer many years earlier than Mammography

    “Thermography measures the temperature of the breast and there is no need for any mechanical pressure or ionizing radiation.” – John Gofman, MD, nuclear physicist, & one of the worlds leading experts on radiation damage. This is a comparison of my thermography’s done in 2008 and 2016. I’ve been doing thermography scans since I was

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