Vitamin D Can Save Your Life by Dr Don Colbert Vitamin D Can Save Your Life Studies show 50-78% of the general population has lower than optimal levels of vitamin D. This places them at a high risk for several degenerative diseases including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and respiratory disease. Further, an estimated 36% of the […]
July 28, 2014
May 26, 2014
Eight Steps to Eliminating Allergies by Dr Don Colbert Let’s see, you’re not even sure what you’re allergic to – if anything. You can still prevent many allergic reactions long before they begin, or reverse them once they’ve started, by taking some simple nutritional steps. Here are eight important ways to take it a little […]
January 6, 2014
by Dr Don Colbert As the holidays approach, illness is an inconvenience that no one wants and few can afford. Unfortunately, common holiday foods, habits and activities actually decrease your body’s natural ability to protect you from invading bacteria. By placing an emphasis on your well-being, you can accomplish all you want this winter, without […]
November 10, 2013
UV light is known to activate an important skin hormone called solitrol. Solitrol influences our immune system and many of our body’s regulatory centers, and, in conjunction with the pineal hormone melatonin, causes changes in mood and daily biological rhythms. The hemoglobin in our red blood cells requires ultraviolet (UV) light to bind to the oxygen needed for all cellular functions. Lack of sunlight can, therefore, be held co-responsible for almost any kind of illness, including skin cancer and other forms of cancer.
January 16, 2013
You’ve probably never heard of “excitotoxins,” but chances are that you’re familiar with MSG, Aspartame, NutraSweet and Equal, and other low-calorie sweeteners. They come in the little packets you find in restaurants, but major food companies also add low-calorie sweeteners to diet soft drinks, low-fat foods, and virtually every processed food ranging from broth to frozen dinners to cereals.
July 8, 2012
Excerpt from the Townsend Letter “The Infection Deception” Click here to read the entire articel. On October 23, 2009, President Barack Obama declared the swine flu outbreak a national emergency, plunging the H1N1 controversy ever more deeply into an Orwellian world of disinformation, fear, and confusion. The government’s program of swine flu vaccination was already […]
April 5, 2011
D-Mannose for Urinary Tract Infections by Gail Bowman I get calls from people who are suffering from UTIs all the time. A UTI is the most horrible pain, and there is nothing that you can do for yourself to help. The doctor will tell you to “drink Cranberry juice”. Well, the insensitive doctor that tells […]
March 16, 2011
In Fighting Radiation and Chemical Pollutants with Foods, Herbs, and Vitamins (Vitality, 1991), Steven Schecter tells us that both black and green tea showed radioprotective effects whether taken before or after exposure to radiation. Among other modes of operation, tea catechins absorb radioactive isotopes and remove them from the body before they do damage. The action is similar he says, to that of sodium alginate (the active ingredient in kelp seaweed).
Eating any amount of reishi, or cordyceps (mushrooms) reduces damage from radiation.
October 24, 2010
Then, one night in early September, I was sitting in front of the fire reading a book. I was really sleepy and my chest was burning, and even my face was itchy and burning. I kept thinking, what is wrong with me? By the time I finally got the strength to turn off the fire and go tell David that there was something wrong, I was really sick.
The next day, we called the gas company and they came out to check the gas and found a really bad leak in the valve that was next to the fireplace that was on! Ok. That’s scary.
So, they “red tagged” the house and the landlord had one week to fix the gas or they would shut down the building and no one could live there!
February 21, 2010
Analyses of data collected on 60,524 adults showed that people who drank two or more sugar-sweetened soft drinks a week were at greater risk of developing pancreatic cancer compared with individuals who did not.