Tuesday, June 5, 2018

A Hot Tub Gives Your Body A Cellular Tune-up


Dr. Julian Whitaker reported that a hot tub or Jacuzzi can give your cells a
tune-up. Immersing yourself in hot water generates what are called heat shock proteins that protect against stress related damage. These proteins ensure that other proteins in the cell are properly folded and they tag old or misshapen proteins for destruction. So...get into a Jacuzzi, feel the heat and know you are tuning your cells to a healthier level.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Find Out If You're Getting The Right Cancer Treatment

Ralph W. Moss, PhD, has been researching cancer therapies for more than 25 years. He has a website that has covers over 200 types of cancers. Go to www.cancerdecisions.com to read his reports and recommendations.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Creating Smarter Kids With Choline

Dr. Julian Whitaker in his newsletter reported that women taking supplemental choline during pregnancy boosted the memory and intelligence of their children. Choline is actually a building block used in the membranes of brain cells. So...if you're pregnant, make sure you have choline in your supplement, and watch those smarter kids start popping out.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Magnesium Prevents Type 2 Diabetes

We are in the midst of an epidemic of people getting Type 2 Diabetes. Two recent studies published in Diabetes Care found some amazing results from taking magnesium. One study of 125,000 people over an 18-year period found that those taking the highest levels of magnesium were the least likely to develop Type 2 Diabetes. The other study found that even overweight women with the highest levels of magnesium were 22% less likely to develop Diabetes. So...make sure you include 500-1,000 mg a day of Magnesium in your diet or your supplement.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Vitamin D May Stop Depression - Especially Winter Depression


In a study published in Nutrition Journal, researchers gave subjects who had a strong possibility of depression either 600 or 4,000 IUs of Vitamin D. They started taking the supplements in the summer and continued through the winter.

A year later, subjects taking both doses reduced their depression. The ones taking 4,000 IUs per day had the greatest response. By starting in the summer the subjects in the study felt better. So...it's not too late to start taking your Vitamin D, especially if you get winter depression.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Another Way To Boost Brain Performance



Piracetam is another way to boost your brain's performance. It was discovered in the 1960s and is a compound that enhances memory and learning and protects the brain from physical and chemical injuries. Studies have focused on its ability to help with dyslexia, post-strokes and head injuries, alcohol withdrawal, Alzheimer's cognitive impairment and dementia. Piracetam is non-toxic and has no sedative, stimulating or behavior altering effects.

One study followed 104 Alzheimer's patients with cognitive decline. Within a few weeks nearly all the participants had significant improvements in tests of memory and concentration-psychomotor speed. It even helped patients with depression.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Vitamin A May Reduce Emphysema In Smokers


A report in the Thie Newsletter reported on research from Kansas State University that found that rats that had a high level of Vitamin A and were exposed to cigarette smoke experienced a great reduction in emphysema. So…if you're a smoker or exposed to secondary smoke, you might want to make sure you include Vitamin A with your other supplements.