INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Sleep Your Way To Cancer Prevention, by Johnathan V. Wright, M.D.
Sleepless nights can affect your health. Research on melatonin, a hormone encouraged by darkness, shows an increased incidence of breast cancer if the melatonin production is suppressed.
The Obesity Epidemic: Are MSG and Aspartame Playing a Major Role? by Jack L. Samuels.
There is no question that there is an obesity epidemic in our country. The main cause for the obesity epidemic may be the ever-increasing use of MSG and aspartame in our food supply.
Whole Food Nutrition for ADHD, by Gina L. Nick, Ph.D., N.D.
In addition to EFA deficiencies, numerous studies have indicated specific vitamin and mineral deficiencies in ADHD sufferers.
Editor’s Notes, by Scott Miners.
Learning to focus on more positive feelings and thoughts can improve our state of health. Our future hinges on where we are now, physically, mentally and emotionally.
Drugging Our Children, by Gwen Olsen.
The serious danger posed to children by potent, mind-altering chemicals warrants closer investigation and greater awareness on the part of parents and teachers alike.
Nutritive Soups, by Marisa Luskey.
Luskey shares her recipes for her special, favorite homemade soups. Soup can be a fast food, or a first course or the main meal, depending on how hungry you are.
Mother Nature’s Anti-Aging Herbs and Nutrients, by Michelle Schoffro Cook, D.N.M.
Why pop patented pills and potions when Mother Nature has a vast array of herbs and nutrients that fight the effects of aging?
Excitotoxins in Your Diet, by Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.
Excitotoxicity is a word most people have never heard before. Among neuroscientists, excitotoxicity is something that is connected with virtually everything bad that can happen to the brain. By secreting small amounts of special chemicals, brain cells can excite nearby brain cells, thereby sending signals.
Alzheimer’s Reversed with Foods and Nutrients, by Marilyn Knox.
Within three months of a protocol including eliminating drugs and food additives such as MSG, her mother was back to her prior self, and exhibited no Alzheimer’s-like symptoms.
The Biggest Culprit in the Heart Disease Pandemic, by Shane Ellison, M.Sc.
In 2004, Time magazine told the world that there’s just one problem with the cholesterol hypothesis: “sometimes it’s dead wrong.”
Intuitive Medicine: Healing Power of Personal Insight, by Shannon McRae, Ph.D.
An interview with Shannon McRae, Ph.D. reveals how many people are becoming more and more aware of thoughts and emotions and how these can effect our physical bodies.
Minds Beyond Brains, by Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D.
“I suggest that our minds extend far beyond our brains; they stretch out through fields that link us to our environment and to each other.”
HEALTH NOTES AND RESEARCH BRIEFS
Genetic Law Challenged • Medical Records: Keep it Simple • experimenting on Soldiers • The Sun and EvolutioN • Tumeric and Arthritis • Onions and Garlic Ward Off Illnesses • Cleansing and the Grape • A Medicinal Sweetener: Stevia • Detoxifying the Lymphatic System • Walking and Joint Health