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  • Nov 1, 2017 0

    Another Alzheimer Drug Bites the Dust

    Another potential blockbuster drug has flopped. Despite this,  the feds still have natural alternative treatments in the crosshairs. From Forbes: Investors poured hundreds of millions of dollars into Axovant and its experimental Alzheimer’s drug, intepirdine. But in the end, the medicine was no d...

  • Oct 31, 2017 1

    Sit Down and Eat Your GMOs

    Consumers are targeted by the FDA’s newest GMO propaganda campaign. From the FDA: The U.S Food and Drug Administration is announcing public meetings to be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, and San Francisco, California, regarding its Agricultural Biotechnology Education and Outreach Initiative. ...

  • Oct 9, 2017 1

    Leyla Weighs In: Getting to the root of acne

    By Leyla Muedin MS, RD, CDN Acne is not just the scourge of teenagers swimming in raging hormones, but in adults too who may have hormonal imbalances (i.e., perimenopause) or other health conditions that present as inflammation leading to a breakout. Rather than resorting to antibiotics which will e...

  • Oct 9, 2017 3

    Ronald Hoffman, MD- Top supplements for immune support this flu season

    ImmPower – AHCC to increase natural killer (NK) cell activity and immune support. One capsule twice daily. AHCC (Active Hexose Correlated Compounds) are beta glucan compounds derived from mushrooms. They specifically activate NK cells, which combat infections and cancer. In Japan, AHCC is used ext...

  • Oct 9, 2017 1

    Dr. Richard Nahas- Lymph and the Brain

    This recent discovery of a lymphatic system in the brain has been reported as a revolution in neuroscience. It was always assumed that there was no connection between the brain and the immune system of the body. But powerful new evidence, which includes beautiful images, shows that a rich network of...

  • Sep 13, 2017 1

    Dr. David Perlmutter: Blood sugar and your brain

      September 13, 2017 | By Dr. David Perlmutter Several years ago, when I wrote Grain Brain, I had a long discussion with our publisher centered around choosing the best subtitle. Ultimately, we decided to emphasize the toxic role of sugar and carbs on the brain, and with good reason. Since tha...

  • Sep 9, 2017 0

    Richard Jaffe, Esq.- The Regulation of Stem Cells

    In the last year or two, the regulation of stem cells has dramatically changed. My take on it is that the FDA got tired of the wild west stem cell clinics which had proliferated in the mid to late 2000’s. I take some of the credit/blame for it as I was one of the first attorneys (if not the first ...

  • Sep 8, 2017 0

    Brain Maintenance: Out with the Old, in with the New!

      What if we could slow the process of cellular aging and even reverse it, at least partially? What if we could eliminate older, malfunctioning cells anywhere in our bodies—including our brains—more efficiently, and then stimulate the growth of new, young replacement cells, which could in t...

  • Sep 8, 2017 0

    Protect Natural Health Care—Join the Alliance for Natural Health!

    ANH members rescued bio-identical hormones in 2008 In the 1980s (before ANH) los federales “morphed” a very effective natural insomnia supplement(GHB) that cost (at most) $360 per year into a “drug” now costing $143,604 per year (not kidding!) Join ANH now, stop los federales from “...

  • Sep 8, 2017 0

    The History of the D-mannose Cure for Urinary Tract Infections

    While it’s well-known that comprehensive bio-identical hormone replacement therapy was first used in clinical practice at Tahoma Clinic, it’s not as well known that the safe, natural cure for approximately 90% of all bladder infections also was used for the very first time in clinical practice a...