Nervous-System Damage From the Sky

Chemtrails rain aluminum nanoparticles on man, beast, and land. “Chemtrails” is a spin-off from “contrails,” which are the condensation trails sometimes left behind flying aircraft. Some believe these contrails are chemical trails being deliberately sprayed from aircrafts for unknown reasons.

There is current concern in the United States about the increasing number of neurodegenerative patients. Since 2000, the number of Alzheimer’s patients has increased from 4.5 million to 5.4 million in 2012. One in eight people 65 or older have Alzheimer’s. A yearly increase seems inevitable because of the aging population, but environmental factors also play a role. (more…)

7 Crazy Things Pesticides Are Doing to Your Body

 Leah Zerbe, Rodale’s

Waking Times

Agrochemicals, home bug sprays, and lawn treatments could be causing chronic illness in your family.

Pesticides are designed to kill, although the mode of action they use to put the stranglehold on pests varies. Whether it’s nerve gas–like neurological disruption, the unbalancing of key hormones, or the stunting of a plant’s ability to absorb life-sustaining trace minerals from the soil, none of the chemical interventions seems all that appetizing, especially considering that chemical residues routinely wind up on and even inside of the food we eat everyday. Pesticides are also blamed for diminishing mineral levels in foods. (more…)

High intake of cholesterol shown to actually repair damaged brains

Including high-cholesterol foods as part of a healthy diet may not be the poor dietary choice we have all been told it is, suggests a new study published in the journal Nature Medicine. It turns out that cholesterol actually helps increase production of an important component of the nervous system that facilitates proper nerve cell communication, and prevents the onset of brain diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.

The study focused specifically on patients with a condition known as Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease (PMD), in which nerve cells are unable to properly manufacture protective myelin sheaths. It is these myelin sheaths, which are composed of lipid fats and proteins, that allow nerves to communicate and send appropriate electrical signals that trigger movement and cognition, and that protect nerves from damage. (more…)

Vitamin K2 found promising in Parkinson’s treatment

 Health Benefits of Vitamin K2Vitamin K2 has shown promise in the treatment of Parkinson’s, a condition characterised by lack of movement, tremors and muscle stiffness.

Using vitamin K2, Patrik Verstreken, from the Flanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) and colleagues from Northern Illinois University, succeeded in undoing the effect of one of the genetic defects that leads to Parkinson’s. (more…)

Curry Spice Compound May Combat Parkinson’s Disease

Curry Spice Compound May Combat Parkinson's Disease

Affecting more than 4 million people worldwide, Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a chronic motor system disorder characterized by tremor, rigidity; bradykinesia (slowness of movement) and postural instability.  There presently is no cure, and medications, while offering symptom control, can become less effective over time. Basir Ahmad, from again State University (Michigan, USA, and colleagues revealed that curcumin, the compound that gives the spice turmeric its bright yellow color, is effective at preventing clumping of the protein, alpha-synuclein, involved in Parkinson’s disease, and increases its reconfiguration rate, particularly at high temperatures. Consequently, the study authors conclude that: “Curcumin rescues the protein from aggregation by making the protein more diffusive.” (more…)

You’re slowly being poisoned

Want a shock? Go get tested for heavy metals. Your jaw will drop when you see the results.

I know, because I see the reactions in my own clinic every single day.

The reality is, nearly everyone has way too much lead, mercury, arsenic, and other toxic heavy metals inside them — and these metals are a major cause of supposedly incurable conditions.

I say “supposedly” because I often can cure or improve them, and I’ll tell you everything you need to know to get started on your own cure in a moment.

First, a new study confirms the role of toxic heavy metals in autoimmune disease — especially among women battling disorders such as thyroid disease, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and lupus. (more…)

Even Low Levels of a Pesticide Used In Corn Crops, Almonds, Orange and Apple Trees Causes Irreversible Changes in the Brain

Even low levels of one of the most widely used pesticides in the world, chlorpyrifos, frequently applied to crops of cotton, corn, almonds, and fruit trees including oranges and apples, leads to long-term, potentially irreversible changes in the brain structure of the child, according to a new brain imaging study by researchers.

In the US, chlorpyrifos is registered for agricultural use, where it is “one of the most widely used organophosphate insecticides”, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). (more…)

Silica Eliminates Aluminum Toxicity

Silica is sometimes called the beauty mineral because it improves skin elasticity and hair and nail growth. Lately a few other more important aspects of silica have been explored, and the mineral is gaining notice for these important functions.  One of these functions is the detoxification of heavy metals – especially aluminum. (more…)

Curcumin Outperforms Pharmaceuticals and Prevents Disease Without Side Effects

Adding to the wealth of research confirming that high antioxidant spices protect the body and prevent disease more effectively than drug based treatments, a Michigan State University researcher has found that curcumin, a compound found in the spice turmeric, is proving effective at preventing clumping of a protein involved in Parkinson’s disease.


One of the most comprehensive summaries of a review of 700 turmeric studies to date was published by the respected ethnobotanist James A. Duke, Phd. He showed that turmeric appears to outperform many pharmaceuticals in its effects against several chronic, debilitating diseases, and does so with virtually no adverse side effects. (more…)

Acetyl-L-Carnitine Helps Stabilize Myelin Sheathing of Nerves

A new study shows that acetyl-l-carnitine1 has a regulatory effect on the genes that control the myelin sheathing of nerve axons, helping to promote their stability and integrity. When myelin sheathing is seriously compromised then nerve signals leak out and we have the problem known as multiple sclerosis. However, long before that ever happens a reduction in myelin sheathing integrity slows brain speed and new science indicates it also will interfere with brain communication. (more…)