This is world breaking news, literally hot off the news wires. When you study all this, it reads like a Dan Brown “DaVinci Code” novel. Except this story is true, not fiction.
For ages now, scientists have been baffled by the invisible power of Vitamin D-3 on the immune system. Particularly on diseases like Multiple Sclerosis, Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Parkinson’s and worst of all, Cancer.
How did the presence of Vitamin D-3 have such profound power in defeating these diseases without drug intervention?
Read every word of this HEALTH ALERT. Here is the answer and it is just incredible evidence once again of the power of Vitamin D-3 on any disease.
Vitamin D is vital in activating human defences and low levels suffered by around half the world’s population, may mean their immune systems’ killer T cells are poor at fighting infection, scientists said on Sunday March 7th, 2010.
Make a note of this momentous date in natural medicine history.
Scientists find why Vitamin D, the “Sunshine Vitamin“, is Crucial
The findings by Danish researchers could help the fight against infectious diseases and global epidemics, they said, and could be particularly useful in the search for new vaccines.
The researchers found that immune systems’ killer cells, known as “T cells”, rely on Vitamin D to become active and remain dormant and unaware of the possibility of threat from an infection or pathogen if vitamin D is lacking in the blood. Continue reading “CRACKED: The Vitamin D-Vinci Code”
“The biggest and best New Year’s Resolution you can make is to vow to finally overcome any health concern or worry or disease you are suffering from.
Stopping smoking, overcome obesity and diabetes, stress, osteoporosis, arthritis, high cholesterol and blood pressure – make Twenty Ten (2010) the year you break through – and beat these epidemics that are taking far too many lives, and could take yours too if not attended to.
This article holds the magic key to making it happen.”
A New Year – A New You!
To do it, I want you to use the oldest health remedy in existence. Not some new-fangled, superstar endorsed gimmick. It’s called “fasting”, the basis of detoxification.
Every single ailment I treat starts with the two “D’s”: Detoxification and Diet.
Without these, you’re pinch-hitting trying to get better.
I don’t care if the problem is just a simple headache or terminal cancer – you have to get the body purified first, and then put pure food into that pure body. There’s no magic bullet or prescription drug that will make it all better, although that’s what the big drug companies would have you believe.
Detoxification and Diet is using the Power of What Created Us All, and then in turn to create what I call Contagious Health that resides within all of us.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control (CDC) are bracing for potentially billions of people across the globe (and millions of Americans) who may become infected with swine flu this fall.
“This virus travels at an unbelievable, almost unheard of speed”, Dr Margaret Chan, the WHO Director-General was quoted as saying last week.
The “most worrying fact,” according to the Director-General, is “that 40 percent of the fatalities concern young adults – in good health – who die of a viral fever in five to seven days.”
Did you catch that? “40 percent of the fatalities concern young adults – in good health”
CDC Confirms Ties to Virus First Discovered in U.S. Pig Factories
Dr. Michael Greger, Director, Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Humane Society International wrote an in-depth research report tracing the origins of the swine flu to pig farms in the US. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
In August 1998, however, a barking cough resounded throughout a North Carolina pig factory in which all the thousands of breeding sows fell ill. A new swine flu virus was discovered on that factory farm, a human-pig hybrid virus that had picked up three human flu genes. By the end of that year, the virus acquired two gene segments from bird flu viruses as well, becoming a never-before-described triple reassortment virus—a hybrid of a human virus, a pig virus, and a bird virus—that triggered outbreaks in Texas, Minnesota, and Iowa.
Mainstream media has finally woken from a centuries-long deep sleep!
Earlier this week, USA Today broke the story picked up by broadcast news channels all across the country. News I’ve been screaming about for over 15 years – milk is a rotten food.
Once past infancy, most of us can’t digest the so-called “perfect food”. Belching, diarrhea, flatulence, acne, clogged arteries, weak bones and teeth are all caused by milk consumption.
Here’s the story published in USA Today:
By Elizabeth Weise
USA TODAY NEWS
Got milk? If you do, take a moment to ponder the true oddness of being able to drink milk after you’re a baby.
No other species but humans can. And most humans can’t either.
The long lists of food allergies some people claim to have can make it seem as if they’re just finicky eaters trying to rationalize likes and dislikes. Not so. Eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish soy and gluten all can wreak havoc on the immune system of allergic individuals, even causing a deadly reaction called anaphylaxis.
But those allergic reactions are relatively rare, affecting an estimated 4% of adults.
Vitamin D & Curcumin Combo Offers Brain Health Potential
A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease shows promise that vitamin D-3 and Curcumin (from the turmeric root) may boost the immune system and help it clear the beta-amyloid protein plaques linked to Alzheimer’s.
The build-up of plaque from beta-amyloid deposits is associated with an increase in brain cell damage and death from oxidative stress. This is related to a loss of cognitive function and an increased risk of Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia and currently affects over 13 million people worldwide.
The direct and indirect cost of Alzheimer care in the United States is over $100 Billion dollars, while direct costs in the UK are estimated at $31 Billion dollars.
“We hope that vitamin D3 and curcumin, both naturally occurring nutrients, may offer new preventive and treatment possibilities for Alzheimer’s disease,” said Dr Milan Fiala from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Dr. Jennifer Ashton Discusses New Research Linking Stimulant Drugs and Sudden Death
Research released Monday by The American Journal of Psychiatry gives more support to the claim that stimulant drugs usually prescribed for ADHD could increase the risk of sudden unexplained death in children.
On The Early Show Monday, CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton what the study might mean for the 2.5 million children taking medication for the disorder.
The study found the rate of stimulant use in children and adolescents who died suddenly or from cardiac dysrhythmia was 1.8 percent, compared to 0.4 percent for youth who died as passengers in motor vehicle accidents.
Ashton said all the drugs commonly prescribed to children with ADHD are amphetamines. While amphetamines have been shown to give children the ability to keep focus and attention, Ashton said they can increase heart rate and blood pressure.
“(Amphetamines) do have very potent effects on the body,” she said.
Vitamin D levels in the body at the start of a low-calorie diet predict weight loss success, a new study presented at The Endocrine Society’s 91st Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. found.
In this study, the authors attempted to determine whether baseline vitamin D levels before calorie restriction affect subsequent weight loss.
They measured circulating blood levels of vitamin D in 38 overweight men and women before and after the subjects followed a diet plan for 11 weeks consisting of 750 calories a day fewer than their estimated total needs. Subjects also had their fat distribution measured with DXA (bone densitometry) scans.
On average, subjects had vitamin D levels that many experts would consider to be in the insufficient range, according to Sibley. However, the authors found that baseline, or pre-diet, vitamin D levels predicted weight loss in a linear relationship.
HBO, the cable network, in partnership with the National Institute on Aging and the National Institute of Health, launched a four-part documentary series along with 15 supplemental films this week called, The Alzheimer’s Project, aiming to bring new understanding to this dreadful disease.
Alzheimer’s is now the 2nd most-feared disease, right behind Cancer. A staggering 1 in 8 of our population over the age of 65 have Alzheimer’s; that’s more than 5 million people – and the number is estimated to SOAR to over 11 million as baby boomers move through retirement.
Is there a solution to this terrifying problem? Yes, and it’s a resounding yes! Learn about it now before it’s too late.
I’ve been following with huge interest the Swine Flu epidemic that originated in Mexico City and is now confirmed in the United States.
This is serious stuff, because this is not your ordinary flu bug – it’s a combination of pig (swine), bird (avian) and human viruses, of which we humans do not have a natural immunity for.
Reports are showing at least 1,400 people infected in Mexico and from 80-200 people dead.
Earlier today, the Obama administration declared a “public health emergency,” as U.S. health officials warned that further cases of swine flu are likely to emerge in the U.S.
Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano described the declaration as “standard operating procedure” to allow the federal and state governments easier access to flu tests and medication.
Richard Besser, acting director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that over time “more severe” cases of disease are likely to surface. He said that officials so far have identified 20 cases in the U.S.
People who live in neighborhoods with fast-food restaurants like McDonalds and Burger King are far more likely to suffer strokes, researchers said on Thursday, Feb 19th, 2009.
Residents of one Texas country who lived in neighborhoods with the highest number of fast-food chain restaurants, had a 13% higher risk of experiencing a stroke, that those in neighborhoods with fewer restaurants.