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  1. Re: Can this inexpensive nutrient help you avoid Alzheimer's?

    A bit late for this post, but if you are using Aluminium cookware STOP NOW!
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    Re: New forum coming soon!

    In Oz currently there is Legislation in place to grow and trial Medical Marijuana for specific patients - which I think is great. My only problem is that when I was a student, we used to attennd...
  3. Re: In Season: Cauliflower Rice In 13 Delicious Recipes

    Have for the past six months been converted to the book 'The Real Revolution' by Prof. Tim Noakes from South Africa. For me, with middle age spread and high cholesterol and triglicerides, I have lost...
  4. Re: Vitamin C kills tumor cells with hard-to-treat mutation

    Have to agree with Islander, there has been no double blind studies to prove one way or another that Vitamin C is active as a preventative - if you are sceptical check the literature. Vitamin C has...
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    Re: A Glut of Antidepressants

    My middle daughter is a Clinical Psychologist who works in a regional Health Service. She has stated many times that the number of people she has referred to her who are taking antidepressants is...
  6. Re: Monsanto’s Losses Widen as Seed Sales Decline

    Best news I have heard for a while - lets hope the same is happening this side of the Pacific.
  7. Re: If You're Taking Aspirin For Your Heart, You're More Than Twice As Likely To Go B

    Has anyone had any experience with the use of Far Infrared saunas for joint inflammation ??
  8. Re: Alzheimer's Disease Is Type 3 Diabetes–Evidence Reviewed

    This would have to be one of the best articles I have read in a long time. What a brilliant concept of using nasal insulin spray.
  9. Re: Gareth Morgan: Pharmac bashers need a dose of reality

    Totally agree Julieanne, our PBS scheme in Oz makes for some pretty alarming reading when you go into it.
    PS. Love your earlier analogy about having more fish hooks than a Japanese long-liner ! Am...
  10. Re: Laughter May Be As Effective As Meds In Dementia Treatment

    The SMILE study came a little too late for my late mother in law, interestingly our family noticed a few years back when she had to be placed in care, that if anyone visiting her told a joke she...
  11. Re: Aspartame: Putting the DIE Into Dieting Since 1981

    I have been personally crusading to tell everyone I know, and some I don't, who use Aspartame to stop immediately. It's a bit like the Statin controversy, if the disorder doesn't kill you, the...
  12. Re: New Blood Testing Technology is Cheaper, Faster, More Accurate And Less Invasive

    An interesting article but a couple of concerns. Fingerprick blood collection is not new. Any laboratory operating at a plus or minus 30% accuracy rate should be shut down immediately (there is no...
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    Re: I soaked my nuts and I'm disappointed!

    I don't think I am even going to attempt to touch this topic !!??
  14. Thread: Carnitines

    by LabDoc

    Re: Carnitines

    Reesacat, I don't think there would be any studies on this, he wouldn't have been bothered because he would have been concentrating entirely in getting it up, his upper brain would have been...
  15. Re: Dietitian Organization Attempts to Cash In on Obesity

    My youngest daughter has an Honors Degree in Dietetics and Nutrition. Now I don't know what the education system is like in the US, but here in Oz, virtually anyone can read a book on nutrition and...
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    Re: Fibromyalgia Mystery Solved?

    Sounds like a good topic for those of you out there looking for a PhD. Alternative Bob, these protocols you mention sound really interesting. The NO/ONOO (nitrous oxide) theory is also advocated by a...
  17. Re: Increase Glutathione: 5 ways to restore this major antioxidant and detoxifier to

    Very interesting point number 5 in your reference Aaltrude, Lifewave Glutathione Patches. As I mentioned recently in the Patches forum, I used them recently for detox and they worked so well. I have...
  18. Thread: Skin Patches

    by LabDoc

    Re: Skin Patches

    Have just tried Glutathione Patches for Detox. Boy they work so well, but don't stray too far from a restroom. Am still amazed how effective the various patches are considering nothing actually...
  19. Re: 18 Signs That Massive Economic Problems Are Erupting All Over The Planet

    Aussie economists have been saying for a while that we are having trouble keeping up with the demand for raw materials for China and there is no sign of their slowing down - which is great for our...
  20. Re: Scientists Discover Correlation Between GMOs And Leukemia

    The March Against Monsanto is very encouraging, but my comment still stands. I for one won't be holding my breath till Monsanto ditches GMOs from their agenda.
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    Re: Your Coffee Has Ground Up Bugs In It

    Like Reesacat, I always drink decaf organic instant, haven't quite been able to set up my own decaffeination plant at home yet - but give me time. They seem to think that after the nuclear holocaust,...
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    Re: Allergy Protection Via Pacifiers

    BLEEAH ! You would never know where it has been. Your mouth I mean.
  23. Re: 18 Signs That Massive Economic Problems Are Erupting All Over The Planet

    I am a firm believer in spending, what my children probably believe will be their inheritance, NOW. Life is too short, live it to the fullest.
  24. Re: Gut Biota Never Recover from Antibiotics: Damages Future Generations

    An emerging, and encouraging trend in Oz currently, is the provision of a pre and pro biotic when antibiotics are prescribed, with most antibiotic courses prescribed for 5 days only then a return to...
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    Re: Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

    I have been a 'boatie' for 25 years and have never read such informative articles on drowning - well done wr7476 and Jane.
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