Vol. 22, No. 3, May/June 2013

Well Being JournalINSIDE THIS ISSUE: 

FEATURES
Stress, Nutrition, and Type 2 Diabetes.
Scott Miners offers more evidence that stress and nutrition play the biggest roles in blood sugar imbalances and their effects on the body. Stress management and healthy nutrition reverse the ills.

The Lipid Hypothesis: The Big Fat Lie.
Pauli Halstead confronts a faulty hypothesis, upon which the AMA still bases its fats and oils recommendations; she provides evidence that saturated and monounsaturated fats are basic healthy fats.

Red Palm Oil.
Bruce Fife, N.D., celebrates the nutritional qualities of red palm oil, a healthy saturated fat; it contains carotenes, vitamin A precursors, vitamin E, vitamin K, CoQ10, squalene, phytosterols, flavonoids, phenolic acids, and glycolipids.

Nitric Oxide: Spark of Life, Feel Good Molecule.
Christiane Northrup, M.D., reveals recent research showing that nitric oxide (NO) allows blood to flow more freely, and shows how we can influence the amounts of NO production in our bodies.

Medicine and the Benefits of Prayerful Thoughts.
Leigh Fortson interviews Larry Dossey, M.D., who relates cases of spontaneous healing. He advises medical doctors to acknowledge the healing power in the spiritual life of their patients.

The Disruptive Nature of Chronic Stress.
Kathy Gruver, Ph.D., outlines the diseases that come from unmanaged stress and offers methods of relaxation to help balance hormones and benefit the cardiovascular system.

Integrating Healing Methods.
Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D., writes that illness is affected by emotional factors that have specific effects on the body, and, if we are to fully heal, we have to pay attention to the messages from our bodies.

Peace for the Heart: Factors in Cardiovascular Health.
Shannon McRae, Ph.D., presents several cases illustrating that there are two prime factors in heart health: positive, peaceful thinking and emotions as well as healthy nutrition.

IN BRIEF
Psychiatric Drugs and Gun Related Violence 
The Greater Good: A Vaccine Documentary 
The Aging Cure, by Jorge Cruise
A Glimpse into the Afterlife, by Annie Kagan, D.C. 

HEALTH NOTES AND RESEARCH BRIEFS

Diabetes: Diagnosis and Natural Treatment • Labeling Genetically Modified Foods in the U.S. • Natural Antibiotic Berberine for Lowering Cholesterol • Iodine and Potassium Remedy • Kale: A Nutritious Food • Caffeine: Does it Really Make You Sharper • Herbs for the Heart • Modern Diet and Tooth Decay • Ways to Reduce or Alleviate Stress • British Columbia Nurses Reject Flu Vaccine • Banaba Reverses Insulin Resistance • A Stolen Life • Calcium Supplements and Heart Attacks • Brain Training Exercise

 

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