Voltaire allegedly said, "Doctors are men who pour drugs of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, into human beings of whom they know nothing."
Strong Bones Need Silica
August 8, 2014
Terry’s Bottom Line Strong bones need a lot more than calcium. And they certainly need better than synthetic prescription drugs that claim to build bones but actually just make them more prone to fractures. The best choice is a clinically-studied …
In some areas of the country, 50% of the kids in school are on drugs legally prescribed.
To breathe free and reduce the incidence of allergies and asthma…
Glutathione, the Master Antioxidant. Glutathione is the Master Antioxidant Providing Protection for Every Cell in the Body. It is so important that it’s not left to chance that it could be supplied to our body from an outside source.
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Cholesterol & Statin Drugs
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Recently, in one of my earlier blogs, I reported the benefits of vitamin D3, which for several decades was recommended at 400 IUs of vitamin D3 daily.
July 29, 2014
Now in most cases, experts are recommending several thousand units of vitamin D3 daily with little or no side effects but huge health dividends. This is a classic example of how outdated our nutritional research has become. Like any research …
<p>The world of natural medicine is full of “myths” and misunderstandings. Today, Terry and Chris bust some of the most common myths surrounding herbs, health, and the science of medicinal plants.</p>
Q. Dear Terry, “I was just diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes about 3 weeks ago. I am totally overwhelmed when it comes to changing my diet. Hoping you can provide some guidance.” — Joe C., San Antonio, TX
Q. Dear Terry, “I’m 72 and have been experiencing general fatigue for a few months. I have seen my doctor, who says that I am in good health. I walk 2-3 miles every morning. My blood work is good, but I’m just tired a lot, and even feel the need to sleep early in the afternoon. What would you recommend for increasing energy levels?” — Bob L., Anchorage, AK
Q. Dear Terry, “My daughter takes her vitamin and mineral supplement in the morning on an empty stomach. Is this the best way to get the most out of them?” — Lisa C., Lexington, KY
Glutathione, the Master Antioxidant
Glutathione is the Master Antioxidant Providing Protection for Every Cell in the Body. It is so important that it’s not left to chance that it could be supplied to our body from an outside source. It is manufactured in the liver through a process of a combination of amino acids. For reasons unexplained and unknown, our glutathione levels can drop significantly low. It is at that stage that the aging process, filled with a variety of diseases, starts to escalate. There is a YouTube which shows Dr. David Perlmutter working with a Parkinson’s patient who can barely walk and talk but resumes a normal gait and speech ability after an injection of glutathione. There has been a great interest in developing an oral dietary supplement of glutathione that could complement the injectable form. Previously, most oral glutathione supplements were of very little value and actually could make matters worse. Finally, a French research team developed an oral glutathione supplement that can increase blood levels by up to 230% when taking approximately 300 mgs daily after just 11 days. It has been available in Europe and will soon be introduced to the U.S. market.
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