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    Re: Can Dates Help With Managing Diabetes?

    I don't know whether I'd eat 7 to 10 dates in one sitting. My A1c is now down to 4.6 and I don't want to mess it up. The thing about dates is that, like anything sweet thing, after two or three bites...
  2. Re: Vitamin C Infusions Retained By Cancerous Tumours, Study Finds

    I seem to remember well-documented stories from years ago about an Australian Doctor Who cured cancer with IV vitamin C. Julieanne, does that ring any bells with you?
  3. Re: Dietary And Blood Cholesterols: What To Know

    We've posted enough about it here that surely there are studies to confirm it. I just can't be bothered to find them. Let those who want to know, look for them!
  4. Re: What Are The Symptoms Of Too Much Vitamin D?

    I would challenge every one of the assertions in this article. Virtually everyone who isn't particularly health-conscious — and that's most of us — are deficient in both magnesium and vitamin D, so...
  5. Re: Dietary And Blood Cholesterols: What To Know

    The creator gave humans a liver that is programmed to manufacture the cholesterol our body needs. Dietary fat, as the article points out, has virtually nothing to do with the level of serum...
  6. Re: Study Backs Links To Vitamin D And Covid-19 Severity

    I fail to understand why funds keep being granted for further studies on the effect of a sufficiency of vitamin D, since these results are well known.
  7. Why women should monitor blood pressure differently, according to a new study

    Ada Wood
    February 26, 2021

    Women may have a lower normal healthy range of blood pressure than men, new research has suggested.

    When you visit the doctor, often the first order of business is...
  8. Re: Can Increasing Vitamin C Intake Help Stop Bleeding Gums?

    My morning dose of C is the one with L-lysine and L-proline. The rest of the day I use a product that contains bioflavonoids and quercetin (is that another bioflavonoid?) I had been ordering that...
  9. Re: Probiotics For Weight Loss: What Is The Evidence?

    So we are still looking for the Holy Grail of a weight loss, yes? In these studies, the difference was between one and 2 pounds a month. Seems to me that a dose of willpower added to an increase in...
  10. Re: Cheap Steroid Inhalers Suppress Severe Covid Symptoms, Study Finds

    A couple of questions. Are all inhalers steroid inhalers? And are they OTC drugs in the US?

    A search says that at least one is an OTC inhaler but apparently they are all steroid inhalers, since my...
  11. Under Federal Law, Can Your Employer Make You Get the COVID Vaccine?

    Greg Glaser, Esq.
    Mary Holland
    01/29/21

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  12. Government Consigned Israeli Population to be Human Subjects in a Massive Experiment

    I am debating whether to post this detailed article on Facebook. It contains information that is not yet publicly available, that is to say, information that has been withheld from the public....
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    Re: My Expulsion From Medical Practice

    This is an outrage but it is not a surprise. Although the story originates in Australia, I have been hearing similar reports from people all across the U.S. At first I was inclined to doubt the...
  14. Re: Green Tea Compound Aids P53: 'Guardian Of The Genome' And Tumor Suppressor

    Note to self: drink more green tea!
  15. Re: The Treatment of Viral Diseases: Has the Truth Been Suppressed for Decades?

    Glad to see you back, Katee!

    Just BTW, over the last few years I have been gradually surrounded by a community of Amish. Their children are wonderfully active and healthy, and of course none of...
  16. The Treatment of Viral Diseases: Has the Truth Been Suppressed for Decades?

    "Most physicians today don’t learn that the mortality of childhood diseases in well-nourished, unvaccinated, First-World children was negligible prior to the advent of ...
  17. Re: Vitamin D Supplementation: Posssibe Gain In Life Years Combined With Cost Savings

    This is no surprise. What's surprising is that so many Americans are unaware of how vitamin D deficient they are. There's an assumption that if you have your lunch outdoors with sun shining on your...
  18. Re: Short Afternoon Naps May Aid Cognitive Function As We Age

    From what I have read, closing business for several hours after a leisurely lunch is common in many countries in tropical or semi tropical zones. There's time for a refreshing nap, while you avoid...
  19. Re: Mediterranean-Style Diet Linked To Better Thinking Skills In Later Life

    If you take a little tour around the Mediterranean Sea, list all the countries that you pass. There's no need to charter an expensive ship; you can do this tour on a map. My point is, you'll be...
  20. Essential Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

    Mark Hyman, MD
    Undated

    IT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT MOLECULE you need to stay healthy and prevent disease — yet you’ve probably never heard of it. It’s the secret to prevent aging, cancer, heart...
  21. Re: Oats Nutrition, Benefits, Downsides And Uses

    As an intermittent faster, I don't break my fast until sometime after noon, but several times a week that meal consists of rolled oats. A half cup of raw oats is too much for me; 1/3 cup is about...
  22. Re: Short Afternoon Naps May Aid Cognitive Function As We Age

    That's interesting, because in the last week or 10 days my body has been asking for a nap shortly after lunch. Usually it doesn't last longer than a half an hour although occasionally I may sleep a...
  23. COVID-19: February and March Will Be Horrible

    Jon Barron
    January 28, 2021

    The first official death from COVID-19 was announced by President Trump on the last day of February 2020. Although we now know that people in the...
  24. Re: What Have We Learned From The World's Largest Nutrition Study?

    Computing the multiple factors that influence nutrition is indeed complex. Diet clearly can't stand alone; genetics and lifestyle must be factored in. That said, Don't we all know the basics of good...
  25. Re: Could Intermittent Fasting Reduce Breast Cancer Risk In Obesity?

    I've been practicing intermittent fasting for years. I break my fast between noon and 1 PM and eat the second meal of the day around 6-6:30. The object is to limit your consumption to roughly a...
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