The arteries are major blood vessels the heart uses to pump blood from the it to the rest of the body. Over time, arterial walls can become congested with a fatty substance known as plaque. When this happens to a severe point, the arteries may begin to harden and the blood flow can become compromised and ultimately result in a heart attack. Mainstream medicine’s approach for treating plaque is to use drugs or surgery. However, there are natural ways to prevent and remove plaque.
Despite Big Pharma’s press releases promoting vaccine safety, many are recognizing the dangers of vaccinations. Additives and adjuvants to preserve and enhance the purported efficacy of vaccines, such as thimerosal (mercury), aluminum, formaldehyde and squalene, are causing serious damage, usually neurological, to more and more who are vaccinated. Yet parents continue to be coerced into exposing their children to dozens of vaccinations before they become adults.
Substances found in green tea and high fiber foods have been found effective in the treatment and prevention of pancreatic cancer, an extremely virulent form of disease with few effective treatments. Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., so any indication of an effective preventive and treatment is very good news.
It is typical following traumatic brain injury that chronic fatigue sets in and last for years. A new study shows that this fatigue and its severity are predicted by the extent of vitamin D deficiency1 in these patients. I believe that this finding can be generalized to most situations of chronic fatigue, regardless of their cause. (more…)
If you happen to be an individual who struggles with chronic pain, then some recent research findings by the Mayo Clinic1 will certainly interest you. Individuals low in vitamin D need twice as much narcotic pain medication to get the same level of relief compared to someone with adequate vitamin D status. (more…)
While many factors may predispose a woman to breast cancer risk, having low vitamin D appears to facilitate the aggressive spreading of the cancer to other areas of the body, according to research presented this week at the American Association for Cancer Research Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities. (more…)