Are you impatient? You might be aging faster due to shorter telomeres. Researchers discovered that women who scored as more impatient on a common psychology test have cells that show signs of more rapid aging. In a new study conducted by National University of Singapore, researchers reveal that for young women seeking longevity, just a little more patience may help you live longer. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes the results they found. Researchers investigated the possible long-term health consequences of patience in a large group of 1,158 healthy young participants. The participants were asked a series of questions that involved instant or delayed contentment. In fact, participants had to play an economic game in which they could either be given a gift… Read More
Monsanto Don’t Want You to Know – Many Foods You Eat Found to Have 1,000 Times The ‘Safe’ Limit of Glysophates!!
A FDA-registered food safety laboratory tested iconic American food for residues of the weed killer glyphosate (aka Monsanto’s Roundup) and found ALARMING amounts. Just to give you an idea of how outrageous these amounts are, independent research shows that probable harm to human health begins at really low levels of exposure – at only 0.1 ppb of glyphosate. Many foods were found to have over 1,000 times this amount! Well above what regulators throughout the world consider “safe”. Just to give you an idea of how outrageous these amounts are, independent research shows that probable harm to human health begins at really low levels of exposure – at only 0.1 ppb of glyphosate. Many foods were found to have over 1,000 times this amount! Well above what regulators throughout the world consider… Read More
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Everyone knows that exercise is good for you, but what type of training helps most, especially when you’re older — say over 65? A Mayo Clinic study says it’s high-intensity aerobic exercise, which can reverse some cellular aspects of aging. The findings appear in Cell Metabolism. Mayo researchers compared high-intensity interval training, resistance training and combined training. All training types improved lean body mass and insulin sensitivity, but only high-intensity and combined training improved aerobic capacity and mitochondrial function for skeletal muscle. Decline in mitochondrial content and function are common in older adults. High-intensity intervals also improved muscle protein content that not only enhanced energetic functions, but also caused muscle enlargement, especially in older adults. The researchers emphasized an important finding: Exercise training significantly enhanced the cellular machinery responsible… Read More
Most people think vitamin C is helpful to fend off colds, sore throats and sinus infections. Though vitamin C certainly boosts immune system functionality, it does plenty more for the human body. Recent research indicates this vitamin is also important in the quest to combat cancer. Though there are numerous cancer therapies available, the majority cause unpleasant side effects. Some such treatment modalities are even toxic. In certain cases, cancer does not respond to the treatment modality, leaving doctors puzzled as to the next course of action. At the moment, the medical community believes cancer stem-like cells are responsible for cancer’s return and metastasis. This is precisely why doctors and cancer patients across the globe are welcoming vitamin C as a cancer cell-killer with open arms. Cancer’s Rapid and Expansive Rise The… Read More
Article via Organic Titanic In the latest of dozens of studies proving the healthful benefits of cannabis, researchers in Canada found not only can marijuana be effective in managing pain, but it can reduce a user’s dependency on tobacco, alcohol, and can replace a number of prescription medications — including antidepressants. Weed, they also found, simply isn’t the “gateway drug” politicians and detractors have claimed it is for decades. Published in the International Journal of Drug Policy, the study — comprised of 271 participants enrolled in Canada’s Marihuana for Medical Purposes program — is considered one of the first to evince how cannabis can help alleviate substance addiction. “[T]his study is the first to specify the classes of prescription drugs for which cannabis is used as a substitute, and to match this… Read More
The well-known cancer-healing formula Essiac, based on an old Ojibwa recipe, was brought to the modern world by the Canadian nurse Rene Caisse in the 1920’s. What is inside Essiac that makes it so effective and why don’t more people know about its almost-magical ability to heal cancer? The answer may surprise you … Essiac Tea has a colorful history Close to 100 years ago, nurse Rene Caise got word that a woman she knew had been cured of breast cancer by using an ancient Native American remedy based on local herbs. Intrigued, she investigated. Little did she know, Caisse was to spend the next fifty years researching and administering “Essiac” tea. Can you tell where the name comes from? Essiac is Caisse spelled backwards! Despite eventually becoming a target for persecution… Read More
By Alex Pietrowski via Waking Times Ostensibly, the purpose of adding the fluoride to public drinking water supplies is to improve dental health in the community, yet even the U.S. Government had to modify this claim by lowering the national fluoride levels in 2015, citing increases in dental fluorosis. In 2012, a major Harvard study found that public water fluoridation poses a risk to the developing intelligence of children, essentially lowering the IQ of those in communities with public water fluoridation. This study invigorated the public debate on this issue, yet, fluoridation continues, despite the known risks, and all the while, scientific evidence continues mounts in the case against fluoride. A new study published in December of 2016 by the International Society of fluoride Research in New Zealand, entitled, Developmental neurotoxicity of fluoride: a quantitative risk analysis 379 towards… Read More
How Long Will the DEA and FDA Continue to Ignore How Cannabis Ravages Cancer Cells? This Video Will Blow Your Mind!
Believe it or not, marijuana actually has a long-standing use in Native American traditional medicine and was considered a cure-all in the early days of modern western medicine. In fact, the plant was only outlawed from hospitals and doctor’s offices in the mid-1900s. Thankfully, marijuana is gaining more and more traction in the United States as a respected medicinal treatment. Many people have even come forward with testimonies of having cured themselves of cancer thanks to the powerful plant. However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved Cannabis as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition, but many states have legalized its medicinal use (1). Ironically, although the FDA refuses to recognize its value, cannabis-derived drugs like as dronabinol and nabilone have been approved for the treatment… Read More
By Dr. Mercola Photobiology is the therapeutic use of light to improve health. In this interview, Dr. Alexander Wunsch, one of the leading experts in photobiology, explains the historical significance of photobiology. I recently interviewed him about the dangers of light-emitting diode (LED) lighting. That interview has nearly three-quarter of a million views at this point. If you haven’t seen it already, please take a look, as that interview went into some very practical, real world aspects of photobiology. Here, we focus on the historical component to help you get a better appreciation of its potential. Historical Use of Light Therapy Light has been used therapeutically for thousands of years. Humans have not only evolved to adapt to sunlight, but also to the influence of fire — near-infrared and mid-infrared radiation that… Read More
This article by Sean Adl-Tabatabai originally appeared at Your News Wire. A team of scientists from Yale University have found disturbing evidence of a link between vaccines and various neurological disorders. The team of researchers from the Yale School of Medicine and Penn State College of Medicine say that children aged between 6-15 who receive vaccinations are at greater risk of being diagnosed with certain neuropsychiatric disorders than their non-vaccinated counterparts. A team of scientists from Yale University have found disturbing evidence of a link between vaccines and various neurological disorders. The team of researchers from the Yale School of Medicine and Penn State College of Medicine say that children aged between 6-15 who receive vaccinations are at greater risk of being diagnosed with certain neuropsychiatric disorders than their non-vaccinated counterparts. Robert F. Kennedy’s new article! Should I Get the Flu Shot? CDC Data Raise Concerns… Read More