Category Archives: Medication

Herbs And Spices – My Top 10 Herbs For Health

This is a long post, so I’ll cut to the chase. Herbs and spices are among the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, and they’re packed with powerful essential oils that kill bacteria, boost antioxidant protection, and prevent disease. Try adding a few of the top 10 herbs mentioned below (and top 10 spices…

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The Pharmaceutical Hat-trick

Marijuana is an example of a gateway drug, because it encourages the use of other drugs in the future. Which may or may not be true; but if that’s the case, you could make the same argument for statins. The only difference being, the statins come from the trusted guy in the lab coat, while…

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More Antibiotic = Less Probiotic

One of the great debates of the 21st century, is why we’re seeing such a drastic increase in gastrointestinal problems, food sensitivities, and auto-immune conditions. Since 1974 Celiac Disease has increased 5-fold in the United States! Sure, there’s been a decline in food quality, sleep, and activity, and a rise in stress, environmental toxins, and…

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STOP Taking Antacids for Heartburn & Reflux

Medical doctors and TV commercials may have you believing otherwise, but the underlying problem with heartburn or reflux is too little acid, not too much. As otherwise, we’d see school children popping Rolaids instead of middle-aged men: But the sad part is, by taking an antacid to lower stomach acid (which is already declining with…

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“A Family History of Heart Disease” is Total BS

Once you understand that most diseases are preventable with a proper diet and lifestyle intervention, it becomes pretty clear (pretty quick), that a family history of heart disease, diabetes, and dementia – or what they sometimes refer to as genetic predisposition – is a giant load of crap. Especially when you consider the desired outcome…

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