Finally! Epigenetics is coming into the mainstream of science & medicine. Epigenetics explains the relationship between your genes and your lifestyle. How you can make or break your life by what you do. I have been teaching this for nearly 20 years but even doctors have argued with me. Now the science backs ME up. Not them. Good genes treated badly => sickness & disease …

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Source: Natural News Most people are familiar with type-1 diabetes and type-2 diabetes, but did you know researchers have discovered a third type of diabetes? Type-3 diabetes, as they are calling it, affects people who are extra sensitive to electrical devices that emit “dirty” electricity. Type-3 diabetics actually experience spikes in blood sugar and an increased heart rate when exposed to electrical pollution (“electropollution”) from …

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Source: NaturalNews The breaking news is that Fosamax, the popular drug for supposed bone strength, may cause “spontaneous fractures.” That means you could end up like Sandy Potter, 59, of Queens, New York on ABC News who claims she was in excruciating pain when she broke her femur due to jumping rope. Who knew? Well, the signs were there: hidden in plain sight. “Fractures” are …

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Doctors and Nurses Love to Inject by Mark Sircus Parents around the world need to stop bringing their children in to pediatric doctors except for broken bones and stitches and such because the chances are high that these doctors will inflict serious harm on their young charges. The majority of pediatricians are mean and arrogant and they love their poisonous needles and take every opportunity …

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We have often heard that certain products can slow down and/or reverse Biomarkers of Aging (Ageing). “The good news is that, while you can’t turn back the calendar, you can do something to affect your biological age—the toll the years take on your body and your health.” Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter (May 2006) “Strength training is really the key to the Biomarkers program.” …

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Give your business a powerful competitive advantage which can shoot you up the search rankings and achieve more leads than your non-blogging competitors. When suggesting a Blog to clients we usually get asked “What exactly is a blog?”, which gets followed by, “I don’t have time to play around with one of those” or “Where would I get the time and what would I write …

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Here’ a fantastic audio and document on Adaptogens. Listen to the Adaptogen Educational Audio Kevin Thomas is the Founder and CEO of Vitarich, supplier of adaptogenic herbs from the Tunguska Blast region of Russian Siberia. Download the Adaptogen Educational Document What are Adaptogens? Adaptogens are natural substances found in a few rare plants and herbs that shield the body against the impact of stress – …

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(Reprinted from NaturalNews) University of Michigan (U-M) Comprehensive Cancer Center scientists say they’ve found a compound that could help prevent and potentially treat breast cancer. It’s not a drug or a new radiation treatment but a natural component of broccoli and broccoli sprouts. And it has the remarkable ability to target cancer stem cells — the specific cells responsible for fueling the growth of cancerous …

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(NaturalNews) As NaturalNews reported previously, Canadian scientists have found that consuming chocolate regularly significantly reduces the odds of having a stroke (http://www.naturalnews.com/028278_c…). Now other researchers have just published a study in the European Heart Journal providing even more evidence that chocolate — especially the dark variety — benefits the cardiovascular system. In fact, eating just one small square of chocolate a day can lower your …

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A 2005 study concluded that a push in Denmark to screen large numbers of women for breast cancer with mammography had reduced breast cancer deaths in Copenhagen by a whopping 25 percent. Sounds like proof that regular mammograms are truly life-savers, right? Wrong. Scientists from the Nordic Cochrane Center in Copenhagen and the Folkehelseinstituttet in Oslo have re-examined this pro-mammogram study along with additional data …

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