Human parasites are not only a problem for people living in underdeveloped countries. Many modern health practitioners are assisting patients in the United States remove parasites, perhaps having caused them trouble for years or decades.
Turmeric self-repairs the brain; multiple studies have shown that cholesterol medications, antidepressants, pain and inflammation medications, some diabetes drugs and many others, can potentially be replaced by the ancient spice.
Due to magnesium’s ability to be absorbed through the skin, its sulfate form — Epsom salt — has been used for centuries to help detoxify the body.
Health professionals are divided over the anti-aging effects of pregnenolone, but studies have confirmed that production of this hormone in your body declines with age. According to Mercola.com, pregnenolone has been reported to reduce high stress-induced fatigue. A study published in the November 2001 issue of “Brain Research Reviews”, indicates that pregnenolone and DHEA can also improve the effects of aging.
I realize that high cholesterol levels are found in heart disease, but nutritionists contend this is but a symptom of the disease, not the cause. High cholesterol is symptomatic of many other diseases as well and is caused by an underlying nutritional deficiency, dietary intake and lifestyle. A deficiency of the B vitamins and magnesium harm artery walls and weaken the heart muscles. Rancid and hydrogenated oils are very toxic to the heart. Lack of exercise, high stress levels and depression all contribute to heart disease.
While statins have probably saved many, many lives, for some people the quality of life can be mildly or seriously diminished due to the drugs’ side effects. These include muscle inflammation resulting in mild to severe aches and pains, cognitive problems such as speech and memory loss, and statin induced diastolic dysfunction which weakens the heart’s pumping ability causing fatigue.
Both low serotonin and low vitamin D status can affect mood and many people find their mood changes as we move into the winter season, due to the diminished amount of light available.
Because oceans cover 90 percent of the planet, experts believe future sustainability will depend on more harvesting opportunities from that source, and that doing it intelligently and responsibly is our best option for surviving in health and plenty.