Health and Nutrition
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I posted real good articles about Vitamin D3. There is no end to the blessing from this vitamin.
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This is cutting edge nutritional and health related information. It may save your life or someone you know. It might give you an option when dealing with the Babylonian doctors.
Honey Makes ‘Comeback’ as Natural Disease Fighter This is NOT the honey that you buy in the super market. This honey is NOT heated and maybe lightly filtered. The store bought honey is basically sugar and is worthless. This honey could save your life if you ever get one of those hospital infections. This honey will kill everything.
“Amid growing concern over drug-resistant superbugs and nonhealing wounds that endanger diabetes patients, nature’s original antibiotic — honey — is making a comeback.Called Medihoney, it is made from a highly absorbent seaweed-based material, saturated with manuka honey, a particularly potent type that experts say kills germs and speeds healing. Also called Leptospermum honey, manuka honey comes from hives of bees that collect nectar from manuka and jelly bushes in Australia and New Zealand.”
Can Vitamin D Deficiency Cause Crohn’s? If you know someone or you have Crohn’s disease get them on Vitamin D3 ASAP.
“The recent study found that vitamin D directly impacts two different genes that have already been linked to Crohn’s disease in previous research. Researchers concluded that vitamin D deficiency could actually contribute to the onset of Crohn’s disease. They also noted that people who are at an increased risk of developing Crohn’s disease could benefit from taking vitamin D supplements.”
Inflammation is the cause of nearly all disease – Here’s how to prevent it This is a real good article about how to protect yourself from the degenerative diseases.
“Persistent, systemic inflammation is at the root of practically all known chronic health conditions, including everything from rheumatoid arthritis and high cholesterol to dementia and cancer. These conditions are not necessarily inevitable, and neither is chronic inflammation, but you have to know what lifestyle and dietary steps to take in order to avoid them, many of which are fairly simple and straightforward.”
Italian Court Reignites MMR Vaccine Debate After Award Over Child with Autism In America the medical association, aka Babylonians, have fought furiously to suppress the dangers of these vaccinations. Please do research before your allow your children to be vaccinated. Make sure the vaccinations are spread out and not all at once. Stand up to the Babylonians if they try and force things on you.
“Valentino Bocca was given an MMR shot in 2004, at the age of 15 months. According to his parents, the change in his behavior was immediate. That same night he refused to eat, and he developed diarrhea during the night. It quickly went downhill from there. Within days he was no longer able to put a spoon to his mouth, and he spent nights crying in pain. His parents immediately suspected the vaccination, but were told this was “impossible.” Valentino progressively regressed, and received the diagnosis of autism a year later.
In the final analysis, the Italian Health Ministry disagreed with the initial conclusion of the pediatrician, conceding that the vaccine was at fault.”
Baldness Drug Tied to Severe Depression “Sixty-four percent of the ex-Propecia users reported moderate or severe symptoms of depression compared to none in the control group. Forty-four percent of the drug users reported suicidal thoughts, while only 3 percent of the control group did.”
Drinking and smoking give you Alzheimer’s, new research reveals A lifestyle like this is deadly.
“The lifestyle links to the condition, the most common form of dementia, emerged in two studies presented to neurologists in the US. Research suggests that heavy drinkers and smokers as well as those who indulge in junk food risk succumbing to the disease eight years soon than those with healthier lifestyles.”