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The GMO battle is only beginning

GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms. It is being done to our food now and without our knowledge because of lobbyists from the chemical industry surreptitiously putting big money up to get legislation passed in strategic farm states to not have to give GMO food a GMO label. The following came to me in an [...]

What Redox Signaling Means for You

If you have been listening to Dr. Dave’s health and wellness teleseminar then you know he covers a broad range of valuable and useful health information designed to optimize how you feel and perform in your daily lives. His program is not about one product over another, but about what you can do to improve [...]

Gifts of Bounty in Times of Austerity Make for Comfort

What pops into your mind when you think of your favorite food for the holidays? Is it the special dessert that Nana makes just for Christmas day? Or the hot cocoa that Grandma serves on the first night of Chanukah? If it’s seasonal fruits and veggies then hands are clapping loud because they provide the [...]

Post turkey day, tighter jeans and pepper spray

How’s everyone after a hectic day of post-Thanksgiving victories at the mall or Walmart? I’m hoping for all of your sakes you weren’t faced with pepper spray and overly zealous shoppers with eating withdrawals determined to beat you out of the latest ‘deal’ on only three 50 inch tv’s available for every 1,000 customers. Ridiculous [...]

Learning How to Carve a Turkey…Planning ahead!

This is a great video. You’ve got to watch it if carving a turkey has ever been for you an experience that is daunting and one where you never quite know exactly what you are doing. This fellow, Gordon Drysdale from The Food Network, makes it an artful task you just might want to embrace [...]

Salt—love it, leave it or eat it

Seventeen million lives are lost each year to stroke, heart attack and cardiovascular disease. Triggered by high blood pressure, the condition of hypertension until now has been thought to stay under control, in part, with a reduction in salt consumption. Now, a series of studies challenge that premise and they have some proponents of the [...]

How to keep your brain on the track

OCTOBER is BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH! Help all you can! Two weeks ago I wrote on the “number one economic challenge for European health care.” It was about a study on the brain and the myriad disorders that are coming into play around the world. This past Saturday I was listening to a lecture by [...]

What is WADA? And why do you care?

WADA is the World Anti-Doping Agency that became the authoritative organization on banned drugs in Olympic competition in 1999. In 1968 the first drug use controls were instituted at the Winter Olympics, but it wasn’t the first time performance enhancing tactics were employed. Such things are as old as the first Olympics in Ancient Greece. [...]

Enzymes lead the fight against cancer

The thymus gland, part of the endocrine system, is made up of loosely related cells, tissues and organs. When all these elements come together and are in sync it is called homeostasis otherwise described as the internal stability between all cells, organs and tissues. It is the key to regulated metabolic functioning. And metabolic functioning [...]

Kidney disease and how to prevent it

Kidneys are the final buffer for the body to keep its acid and alkaline conditions in balance. Kidney disease, when you finally discover it, has likely been present for many, many years. On that first trip to the bathroom in the morning is your urine a dark yellow with a pungent ammonia smell? If so, [...]