• The Hidden Mineral Deficiency That Induces Hypertension

    Posted November 29, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Prologue:

    The following report links high blood pressure (hypertension) to a shortage of zinc due to poor dietary intake, impaired absorption and/or lack of bioavailability. The report is requisitely lengthy to fully document the problem to the scientific community and other demanding reviewers. For time-pressed readers, the first four pages cover the main findings of this report.

    The issue of whether zinc is involved in the etiology of hypertension has been mired in confusion for years as various animal and human studies employed overdoses of zinc, which actually does induce hypertension.

    However, a compelling quadratic intersection of geographical factors, reported for the first time in this report, provides compelling evidence that hypertension emanates from poor zinc nutriture.

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  • See If You Can Catch The Misdirection In The Following Statement: “Humans Cannot Hope To Live Longer Than 115 Years Despite Medical Advances.”

    Posted September 2, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Notice the word “hope.”  Don’t be starting to expect you will live beyond what life insurance actuaries have planned or you will gum up their projected profitability schemes.

    Before readers even get past the first paragraph of this report, I can hear many saying in the back of their minds, “Oh, I never want to live that long.”

    That is because modern medicine has instilled into everyone’s mind an indellible image of wrinkled, feeble, drooling, mindless, incontinent, wheelchair-bound seniors as what they have to look forward to if they live exceptionally long.  If that is the negative image you have of old age, watch for my next report that takes you to a geographical place where humans simply defy the biological clock hands of time, don’t need doctoring and don’t even look their age.

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  • Another Wonder Drug; It Makes You Wonder

    Posted August 29, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    If you think cholesterol-lowering statin drugs are an affront to your intelligence because they were approved on the false promise they save lives yet have only been proven to spare one non-mortal heart attack among 70 high-risk or one in 200 healthy adults over a 5-year period, then you will be just as outraged at the latest blockbuster drug Big Pharma just pulled out of its bags of tricks.

    The drug, a monoclonal antibody called Ilaris (canakinumab), which is not new (first described in the medical literature in 2009), is being lauded in the news media (the sycophants of the drug industry) as a wonder drug that could save thousands of lives.  It is being “hailed as the biggest breakthrough since statins. “

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  • Marriage, Sex & Frustration

    Posted August 17, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    The Less-Tosterone Problem

    All the agony for only imagined ecstasy. Men being shut out of bedroom activity like they have fleas – it’s a growing epidemic in America. All of the heart ache, frustration and futility a man faces when he is perplexed over how to successfully arouse his wife only to feel rejected time and again, and finally feeling forced to think of the unthinkable, a break from marriage vows to seek physical affection elsewhere, or resorting to view pornography as a substitute, or worse, a dissolution of marriage altogether. Why is this happening in epidemic proportions in America?

    I don’t know how many times men have said to me: “What marriage? It’s more like I’ve got a roommate, not a wife.”

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  • Fiber Hailed As Remedy For Wear-And-Tear Arthritis (But Is All As It Seems?)

    Posted May 27, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    A recently published study hails high fiber diets as a preventive for wear-and-tear arthritis (osteoarthritis) of the knee.  [New York Times, May 24, 2017; Annals Rheumatic Diseases May 23, 2017] Another recently published study corroborates the association between high fiber diets and reduction in knee pain. [Arthritis Care Research Nov 2016] But is all as it seems?

    Not all sources of fiber are the same.  Within whole grains (rice, wheat, oats) is bran that contains an iron-binding molecule called phytate or IP6 (inositol hexaphosphate).  It is this molecule that controls the iron-induced inflammation in joints.  Patients with arthritis of the knee are more likely to have high iron storage levels (as measured by ferritin; 20-70 is normal range).  In one study patients with arthritis knees had a mean ferritin level of 273-655. [Scandinavian Journal Rheumatology 2010]

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  • Don’t Let Modern Medicine Bury You In Your Grave Just Yet!

    Posted February 14, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Getting behind the curtains on the stage of modern medicine like I do, one gets the distinct impression that people are just being allowed to die on time for the benefit of life insurance companies and/or to fulfill covert population control agendas.

    Modern medicine prescribes replacement thyroid, estrogen, and insulin but fails to prescribe another important hormone, leaving millions of senior Americans with a weak immune system and vulnerability to infection and cancer. The only proposed remedies are stem cell injections or organ transplants that are expensive and impractical since replacement of this hormone would be universal among adults over age 60.

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  • Who Is In Charge Of Gut Microbes?

    Posted December 29, 2016: by Bill Sardi

    There are a lot of crossed wires in modern medicine these days.  At the speed modern society is moving, futurist Ray Kurzweil says there is an exponential increase in knowledge that means humanity should be able to cure every disease by the year 2030 or even sooner.  [San Diego Union-Tribune]

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  • Ageless Women

    Posted November 21, 2016: by Bill Sardi

    Sophia Loren, Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren, Christie Brinkley, Jane Fonda – they appear to be ageless women.

    At least for females, the quest to remain young cosmetically far exceeds the desire to remain youthful biologically, though the two should not be separated.

    A woman doesn’t have to grow old any longer, at least not cosmetically.

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  • Natural remedies for addictions

    Posted November 19, 2016: by Bill Sardi

    I have often wanted to deliver a speech to graduating high school seniors about the land mines and traps that lay ahead of them.  Alcoholism, divorce (50% now divorced), illicit drugs, even food addiction.

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  • Which is it: more or less vitamin D?

    Posted November 12, 2016: by Bill Sardi

    When an iconic source of information in modern medicine, The New England Journal of Medicine, publishes a report saying Americans don’t need more vitamin D, contrary to many other published reports, how is the public to sort out this scientific debate?

    According to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) report only 6% of Americans are vitamin D deficient.  The NEJM claims too much vitamin D can lead to a slew of health problem that includes constipation, abnormal heart rhythm and kidney stones.  [New England Journal Medicine Nov 10, 2016]

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