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  1. Re: Eight Unexpected Health Benefits of Ginger

    I prefer this article to the "50 Ways" article I posted a few months back. It's condensed into a shorter but more specific and useful list of the multiple benefits of ginger root. Personally, I like...
  2. Eight Unexpected Health Benefits of Ginger

    GreenMedInfo Research Group
    Wednesday, June 15th 2022

    If you only think of ginger as a condiment that you eat with sushi, say "Hello" to the powerful therapeutic benefits this plant packs...
  3. Re: 'Food Sequencing' Really Can Help Your Glucose Levels...Eating Salads before Carb

    Not to be intrusive, but you have often described your breaking fast in detail, and my memory is that about half of that meal is protein (eggs and lamb or sausage or other meat). I remember carbs as...
  4. Re: These Nine Vegetables Healthier For You Cooked Rather Than Raw

    This is interesting since, by and large, I prefer all of these vegetables cooked. Of course I like carrot sticks and green pepper strips to replace crackers for dips, and I've been known to chow down...
  5. Re: Vitamin D Deficiency Can Lead To Dementia

    I think it's tragic that in the US, at least, very little publicity is given to the multiple powers of vitamins C and D.
  6. Re: MNT Investigates: Can 'Good' Bacteria Treat Crohn's Disease?

    During the time that I was a medical marijuana caregiver, I treated a patient with Crohn's disease for five years. During that time he was occasionally hospitalized but I don't believe that he ever...
  7. Re: The Link Between Nightshades, Chronic Pain and Inflammation

    Maurya, I think sometimes people read a few disparaging words and stop there, because they don't want to know.
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    Re: Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

    Curious. Is Melita some kind of special filter?
  9. The Link Between Nightshades, Chronic Pain and Inflammation

    Tuesday, April 10th 2018
    Elisha McFarland

    Few people are familiar with the term nightshades, and many will be surprised to learn that consuming foods from this plant group may be contributing...
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    Re: The New Earring

    LOL, good one!
  11. The Real Expiration Date of Common Drugs in Your Cabinet

    This information comes from an email and is not available on the webpage. Since I think it's worth reading, I'm posting it in its entirety.







    By law, an expiration date (or...
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    Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

    Erin Chamerlik, MS
    Monday, June 6th 2022

    What busy person doesn't love the idea of having a personal cup of coffee instantly with the push of a button. Many people are delighted when the ...
  13. Re: Research Confirms Benefit of Supplements for Slowing Vision Loss From AMD

    The formula I created personally, based on the PreserVision formula available on the market, has kept my macular degeneration static from the day of diagnosis to the present, so I can confirm that...
  14. Re: Oatmeal Is Still the World’s Best Performance Breakfast

    OK, sorry for the misunderstanding. Even so, 3 cups divided over a seven day period is almost half a cup a day. Probably fine for you but again, as a diabetic, I would stay with my 1/3 cup and...
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    Re: 7 Cconditions Masquerading As Dementia

    At 81, I'm not personally worried about Alzheimer's because I think if I were to have it, symptoms would have shown up by now. Of course I have memory loss, but at my age that's to be expected, and...
  16. Re: Japan Has The Lowest Infant Mortality Rate Following Ban On Mandatory Vaccinatio

    Thanks for finding this, Julianne. It's strongly supportive of what Hawkes' Health stands for: safe and natural alternatives to pharmaceuticals. I dare say that similar studies have been done on...
  17. Re: Can A Single Foodstuff Have Amazing Health Benefits

    This is a serious, brief but in-depth look at why some foods have seeming super powers. In fact, the source, The Conversation, is an Australian publication that I would put in the same class as...
  18. Re: Oatmeal Is Still the World’s Best Performance Breakfast

    1. As a diabetic, I'd like to point out that for me, 3 cups of oats/day is way too many starchy carbs. In fact, that daily amount may be fine for a horse but could be putting you on a pre-diabetic...
  19. A Natural Approach to Preventing and Overcoming Dementia

    Gary Null, PhD
    Tuesday, March 4th 2014

    Contrary to mainstream medical belief, safe, natural, and nontoxic treatments can alleviate the symptoms of senile dementia. Research has demonstrated...
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    Re: How Eating Eggs Can Boost Heart Health

    Grulla, a friend plucked your recipe off the Internet and sent it to me, since I no longer visit the site where it was posted. It might interest the other 600 or so visitors to read the entire list...
  21. Re: Oatmeal Is Still the World’s Best Performance Breakfast

    If I were to buy a 50-pound, or even a 25-pound sack of oat groats, I think I would have to include that in my will… Since at the age of 81, and at 1/3 cup per day serving, I don't think I'd live...
  22. Re: Cholesterol Pills (Statins) are Probably Really Bad for Your Brain

    I always understood that it was the liver that manufacture 1200 milligrams of cholesterol per day. This article tells me it's manufactured in the brain. Either way, the claim is that the human body...
  23. Cholesterol Pills (Statins) are Probably Really Bad for Your Brain

    Dr. Cate
    May 9, 2022

    Cholesterol-lowering pills called statins are among the most prescribed drugs in the USA. In a recent CDC report, 43% of all Americans aged 60-74 were taking a statin. Over...
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    Re: How Eating Eggs Can Boost Heart Health

    I often eat an egg or two for my first meal of the day — often but not always. But look at Grulla, who puts away three eggs every morning… And that's only the first layer of his breakfast. Maybe...
  25. Re: Heinz Is Developing a Paper Ketchup Bottle

    A paper bottle of anything is a small but positive step in the right direction toward addressing climate change. But scanning the article, I see no mention of the process involved in making any kind...
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