Please Note…

Any discussions of supplementation, or even natural food sources, have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. No supplement, or food, that is discussed should be construed as being intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent, any disease.

You should consult your own, local healthcare provider in regard to any change in your diet, or health regimen.

Traditional Naturopath Podcast # 21

The Traditional Naturopath Podcast – 21 – (12/27/06) Click on the “Play” button (the black triangle pointing to the right) below to play it as Streaming Audio. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Download MP3 (Right-Click on the Link Above and Save)

Show Notes: A drop in breast cancer cases may be due to […]

Olive Oil Use May Prevent Cancer

“Adding plenty of olive oil to a diet could help protect against cell damage that can lead to cancer, experts say. A study of 182 European men found those who had 25 milliliters of olive oil per day had reduced levels of a substance which indicates cell damage. The Danish team said it may explain […]

Vitamin D Protects Against Multiple Sclerosis

Our old friend Vitamin D is proving valuable again in a new research study!

Vitamin D May Protect Against MS

“There is new evidence supporting the idea that vitamin D helps prevent multiple sclerosis, but it is too soon to recommend taking the vitamin to lower your risk, researchers say. In the first large-scale study […]

An Allopathic Cure for Diabetes Soon?

I have long said that there should not be a schism between Allopathic treatment and Naturopathic treatment. We do not have to be “at odds.” I have pointed out that Allopathic treatment tends to be “heroic” in nature. They tend to take a rather sudden, and drastic approach… but many amazing results can be shown […]

Will “Big Pharma” Be Able to “Steal” Herbal and Natural Remedies?

In the drive to develop expensive pharmaceutical drugs that can generate huge revenues for drug companies, the big drug firms are looking more and more at natural remedies that work well. Natural remedies are safer and, in many cases, more effective than artificial drugs. The questions is, when they “steal away” these natural substances by […]

Drastic Drop in Breast Cancer Cases Due to Reduced Use of HRT?

You are always “experimenting” with your health if you try unnatural, artificial treatments. One that became very popular was HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy.) In recent years, that treatment has come under suspicion, and use of it has declined… with it, there has been a resulting drop in breast cancer. Amazing!

Breast cancer drop linked to […]

Traditional Naturopath Podcast #20

The Traditional Naturopath Podcast – 20 – (12/09/06) Click on the “Play” button (the black triangle pointing to the right) below to play it as Streaming Audio. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Download MP3 (Right-Click on the Link Above and Save)

Show Notes: Eating your food slowly can cut your calorie consumption by […]

Is Chicken Soup Good for Fighting Off a Cold?

The short answer… yes!

Chicken Soup Inhibits Neutrophil Chemotaxis In Vitro

“Chicken soup has long been regarded as a remedy for symptomatic upper respiratory tract infections. As it is likely that the clinical similarity of the diverse infectious processes that can result in “colds” is due to a shared inflammatory response, an effect of […]

What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Coke

This is priceless! It is so good… I am printing it in its entirety:

“Have you ever wondered why Coke comes with a smile? It’s because it gets you high. They took the cocaine out almost a hundred years ago. You know why? It was redundant.

* In The First 10 minutes: 10 teaspoons […]

Eating Slowly Reduces Calorie Intake Significantly!

“You can maintain weight and even lose it if you eat your food slowly, according to a new University of Rhode Island study. The theory that eating slowly means a lower food intake has been around for at least 30 years, but this study is the first to lend scientific proof to the idea. ‘It […]



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