INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Igor Tabrizian, M.D., writes about how many doctors fail to recognize magnesium deficiency symptoms and are reluctant to suggest magnesium supplements. He recommends natural magnesium supplements you can use.
Soybeans: Food or Drug?
Kaayla T. Daniel, Ph.D., C.C.N., tells how herbalists and midwives have long known that certain plants and herbs have a contraceptive effect. Scientists have identified estrogenic activity in more than 300 plants, but only one commonly appears in the food supply—soy.
Prevent Cancer, Allergies & Stress: The Role of Inflammation.
Nancy Appleton, Ph.D., explores the evidence that the growth of cancer is due to inflammation and excessive cellular growth, and she explains how to curb inflammation naturally with nutrition.
The Heart of the Issue.
Scott Miners questions why president Bill Clinton did not choose alternatives that research and clinical experience have shown to be much preferable to bypass surgery.
Preventing Gallbladder Disease: The Role of Allergy Elimination.
James C. Breneman, M.D., writes about a discovery (in the 1960s!) that tells how to prevent gall bladder attacks: Don’t consume anything your body is allergic to! He then explores common allergies.
Willie Nelson: On the Road Again with Biodiesel.
Music legend buys diesel vehicle to use cleaner burning fuel. Biodiesel reduces soot, greenhouse gases and air toxins, making it better for the environment and human health.
Eye Health and Vitamin C Supplementation.
Scott Miners tells the story of Elton Baker, who took high doses of vitamin C for relief and recovery from glaucoma.
Flu Vaccines: Dangerous and Unnecessary.
The media is replete with commentaries of health professionals critical of the flu vaccine and those with pharmaceutical ties who push it onto the public.
Mistreatment of Animals Creates Disease.
Scott Miners writes about the Peaceable Kingdom. We all have a God-given responsibility to treat all creatures with love, kindness, compassion and respect.
Genetically Modified Organic Food?
Jeffrey M. Smith reveals that even if we could stop pollen or seeds from genetically modified organisms from traveling or cross-pollinating, accidental mixing occurs in harvesting equipment, during storage or transport or though human error.
Why You Should Pass on Bypass.
Julian Whittaker, M.D., writes, “Looking to me for an ‘intelligent’ discussion of Bill Clinton’s recent bypass surgery would be like asking me to discuss ways to rid your house of termites with only a twelve-gauge shotgun.”
An interview with Shannon McRae, Ph.D., who explains how heightened sensory perception can assist communication and understanding.
Things that Make You Go Hmm…
Judge: No More Health Benefits • Vaccine and Increase in MS • The Beauty of Age and Observation • The Hospitals and the Insurance Game • Cost of Health Insurance • EPA will use Poor Kids as Guinea Pigs in New Study on Pesticides • Schizophrenia More Common Where Soils are Deficient in Selenium •
HEALTH NOTES AND RESEARCH BRIEFS
Eating Simply and Indigestion • Elevated Blood Sugar Risk for Heart Disease • Hemp Food Ban Reversed • Berries Prevent Illnesses • ADHD? Spend Time with Nature • Taking Supplements Saves Health Costs • Interstitial Cystitis and Acidosis • On “Normal” Cholesterol Measurements • Dangers of Statin Drugs • Biodiesel Fuel • Hybrid Taxis • Less Heat & Healthier Meat • MSG, Processed Food and Obesity • Schools Offer Prizes to Healthy Eaters • MSG, Processed Food and Obesity • Schools Offer Prizes to Healthy Eaters • EPA Clean School Bus Grants to Fund Biodiesel Programs • Magnesium, Not Calcium, May be the Missing Factor • See with Vitamin C • Longevity and Vegetables • Hazardous Lead Levels in Municipal Water • Fast Food and Toxic Fats • Better Health for Kids • Irradiated School Lunches • Industry-Paid Doctors • How Chelation Aids Cardiovascular Health • Has the Future Passed You By? • Do Your Heart Math