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The Million Women Study Fact Sheet

Posted by on 8:03 am in Allergies, blog, Cancer, Hormones, Labs, Plants, Uncategorized, Women | 0 comments

Here I will summarize the blog post below.  There is a study that was done with a million women in England and what has been concluded is that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) causes cancer.  It is conclusive; end of summary.  Feel free to read through the post below for more details.    The Million Women Study was a national study of women’s health involving around one million UK women aged 50 and over. It was a collaborative project between Cancer Research UK and the National Health Service Breast Screening Program, with additional...

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Hormones and Hormone Labs

Posted by on 7:32 pm in Female Hormone Imbalances | 0 comments

Since I specialize in helping women with hormonal imbalances and people who have difficulty with their thyroid gland. I thought I would take the time to discuss hormones just a bit. Hormones exert a powerful influence over all physical, intellectual and emotional behavior. Problems with weight, memory, sleep, digestion, blood pressure, high cholesterol, cravings, addictions, sexual dysfunctions, and problems associated with the immune system, are all influenced by the endocrine system. Endocrine problems lead to a wide spectrum of symptoms...

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10 Hormone Myths

Posted by on 7:27 pm in Female Hormone Imbalances | 0 comments

“We put drugs of which we know little, into our bodies of which we know less, to cure diseases of which we know nothing at all.” – Voltaire Hormonal issues are often misdiagnosed and mistreated. I would like to use this newsletter to inform you of the common misconceptions associated with hormones and what you can do to protect yourself. If you would like to learn more about hormones and holistic health you can click on this link below to listen to a radio show that Dr. Skolnikoff recently did. http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/86262 Hormones...

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Hormones and Hormone Labs

Posted by on 8:59 am in Hormones, Labs, Women | 0 comments

Since I specialize in helping women with hormonal imbalances and people who have difficulty with their thyroid gland. I thought I would take the time to discuss hormones just a bit. Hormones exert a powerful influence over all physical, intellectual and emotional behavior. Problems with weight, memory, sleep, digestion, blood pressure, high cholesterol, cravings, addictions, sexual dysfunctions, and problems associated with the immune system, are all influenced by the endocrine system. Endocrine problems lead to a wide spectrum of symptoms...

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Plant and Animal and Human Truths.

Posted by on 1:36 am in blog, Plants | 0 comments

Amazing Plants Post by Smithsonian Channel. The Secret Life of Plants How Cows Could Repair the World This video is about Dr. Emoto and his work with water and...

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Blood Labs – Confusion

Posted by on 3:40 am in Cancer, Labs, Uncategorized | 0 comments

      There have been lots of interesting things happening lately in the world of health and in the world in general.  We are faced with far more confusion than we have faced at any other time in history.  In the midst of all of this confusion the new iPhone 6 is coming out this week – as though it will somehow solve all of our problems to have a bigger, badder, sleeker, faster, more powerful, and smarter phone. Many young people will purchase a $100 case for their phone, but they are having unprotected sex because they never learned...

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Wheat and Corn and Soy and Beans

Posted by on 8:30 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

This entire blog post comes from Noelle Thomas, N.D. and also Dan Jackowiak NC, HHP.  None of this information is my own material.  Nothing here may be printed out or reproduced in any way.  There are no permissions granted.  Of course, you may direct people to this blog post should you choose to.     Grains Are Not Suggested on the Candida Diet and there is a Good Reason Why Let’s be direct here, people are addicted to grains.  We will get to that in a minute.  People often want to know why it is recommended that they avoid eating...

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Hysterectomy: Power Morcellators

Posted by on 7:56 am in blog, Cancer, Women | 0 comments

    Hysterectomy is the second most common medical procedure in the United States.   Below here is an image of a large ovarian cancer: Power Morcellators are a device that are commonly used in hysterectomies.  As you know, a hysterectomy is done when a woman experiences a disease of her ovaries or uterus.  The ovaries and/or uterus are removed or sometimes both are removed.  When both are removed this is called a “total hysterectomy.”  It would probably be a better idea to discover what is causing a woman to have disease of her...

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Allergies and Women’s Health

Posted by on 3:51 am in Allergies, Cancer, Women | 0 comments

          We now have a society that no longer makes sense.  I do my best to keep the blog posts focused on health, however, health encompasses all areas of life.  If we look at our government we see a great deal of sickness and disease – not just literally but metaphorically.  One of the greatest and most successful Free Enterprise governments ever to succeed on the planet is also deeply troubled.  The United States has troops in over 150 different countries.  Essentially, this means that the United States is at war with 150 different...

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Triad Of Health Treats Cancer Patients – Cancer and Marijuana

Posted by on 9:39 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Thank you very much for taking out the time to read this blog post.  Despite what you may think, I do realize that most of us have a limited amount of time in this day and age and that reading through numerous blog posts on health care providers websites may not necessarily be your number one choice of how you spend your time.  However, it this is your number one choice of how you spend your time then my hat is off to you and I commend you for it.  That makes my job all that much more rewarding and enjoyable. Your government, media, friends,...

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