Maybe you don’t know that avocados are already considered a super-food, meaning it is exceptionally nutrient dense compared to other foods. The myth of fat dangers has held them in a bad light until that 50 plus year old medical myth began eroding recently
It is not only nutrient dense for daily nutritional requirements, a super-food can have disease deterring qualities and even contribute to reversing certain diseases. (more…)
With all the trolls, shills, and so called “real science” debunkers and mindless idiots swarming about on the internet, when a person goes very public with a valiant cancer cure outside of mainstream oncology, those dogs will bark. And barking dogs do confuse those who are uncertain and cancer fearful.
Here’s a story of a devoted and persistent wife who dedicated thousands of hours of research to heal her husband’s aggressive cancer while protecting him from the ravages of radical surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. She didn’t stop to celebrate her success.
Trevor and Carol Smith
NOTE: She has gone on to tell others what they did, even wrote a book, Taking Control: My Journey of Alternative Healing, under a pen name, Alyssia Sade’. She also changes the name of everyone involved in this story of healing, even her husband’s. He’s called Perry in the book. Apparently the aliases were out of concern for legal issues where they live – Dubais.
BUT – I will reference Perry by his real name in this article – Trevor Smith. (more…)
Celery has been is a traditional Asian folk remedy for many ailments for thousands of years. If you think celery is just a crunchy, low-cal vegetable, it’s time to bring it more into your daily nutrition as a key part of your health support. Recent research has greatly bolstered our knowledge about celery’s anti-inflammatory health benefits, including its protection against inflammation in the digestive tract itself.
James Duke, Ph.D., author of The Green Pharmacy, found more than 20 anti-inflammatory compounds in celery and celery seeds, including a substance called apigenin, which is powerful in its anti-inflammatory action. Adding celery seeds to soups, stews or as a salt substitute in many recipes can boost the flavonoid content of these preparations.
The antioxidant support we get from celery is largely due to its phenolic nutrients that have been shown to help protect us against unwanted oxidative damage to our cells, blood vessels, and organ systems. (more…)