• A $475,000 And A $5 Cancer Cure Announced In The Same Week

    Posted September 4, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    In striking contrasts, a university-based team just announced it has developed a five-dollar treatment that completely abolishes cancer in the same week news headlines hailed the Food & Drug Administration’s approval of a $475,000 immunotherapy treatment for blood cancer (leukemia).

    I’m sure readers want to hear about the five-dollar cancer cure first.  A university-based team set out to develop a cancer cure that could be performed in third-world countries where incomes are low, equipment unavailable and even electricity nonexistent.  What they came up with needs just a needle and a syringe and a steady hand.

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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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  • AUTHORS OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT SURVEY FAIL TO NOTE MASSIVE OVERSIGHTS IN THEIR ANALYSIS

    Posted September 1, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    The most recent survey of dietary supplement use in the U.S. has just been published and it’s a shocker.

    Almost a third (29%) of surveyed individuals that take dietary supplements use 4 or more of them on a regular basis.

    While a considerable portion of postmenopausal women take calcium supplements about half as many take a mineral balancing magnesium supplement while a far greater number take vitamin D pills that help prevent calcifications that can possibly be induced by supplemental calcium.

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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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  • HOME SAPIENS MODERNUS

    Posted August 24, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Enslaved By Vocation Or Addicted By Choice To Hours In Front Of A Computer Monitor? You Had Better Down A Lutein Pill Every Day

    A recently published report cites the fact that ~35% of people born 1965-1996 and now living in developed countries spend at least 9 hours a day in front of digital devices. Such intense use of digital devices has been found to have undesirable effects on sleep quality, alertness during waking hours and also fatigue, headaches, muscular, skeletal and visual strain.

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  • Garlic abolishes risk for intravenous catheter infections in the intensive care unit

    Posted August 17, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Hospital acquired (nosocomial) infections are common, particularly in the intensive care unit. Researchers gave a 400-milligram garlic pill to 47 patients and a placebo pill to 47 patients admitted to the ICU. Venous catheters were cultured to determine infection at the venous entry site and urine samples were taken. Here are the results of that study.

    Garlic Placebo
    Number of subjects 47 47
    Infected venous catheter tip culture result 0 5
    Infected urine culture 2 (5.7%) 6 ((12.3%)

    Source: Electronic Physician April 25, 2017

  • Marriage, Sex & Frustration

    Posted : 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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  • Study Reveals The Plight Of Modern Civilizations Plagued By Vitamin C Deficiency

    Posted August 16, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Due to a long-ignored gene mutation, public health authorities worldwide continue to game modern society, leaving 7+ billion humans in a chronic state of vitamin C deficiency that produces mentally dull, lethargic, overweight populations that are chronically ill with a false reliance upon doctoring and drugs to remedy the problem.

    A recently published study reveals the consequences experience by human societies that solely rely on their diet to make up for a gene mutation that affected humanity generations ago.

    Human populations can consume all the fruits and vegetables they can get their hands on.  They will still fall short of obtaining adequate amounts of vitamin C, as a recent study reveals. [Nutrients Aug 3, 2017]

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  • Every Individual With Macular Degeneration Should Supplement Their Diet With Omega-3 Fish Oil To Avoid The Advanced Stage Of The Disease

    Posted August 6, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Researchers are making a link between advanced stage macular degeneration and a hormone secreted from central body fat.  The ramifications of this discovery are profound and are likely to save the sight of millions of senior adults.

    First some background information.  When light receptor (photoreceptor) cells at the back of the eyes are deprived of oxygen, new blood vessels outcrop to counter this problem but invade the bloodless visual center of the eye (the macula).  The outcropping of these new blood vessels is called neovascularization or angiogenesis.

    Eye doctors call this wet macular degeneration, which is the fast progressing neovascular form of the disease that can permanently destroy vision, leaving a subject legally blind.

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  • Making Up For A Genetic Flaw In Humans With Vitamin C

    Posted July 25, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    Over a decade ago I wrote an article at LewRockwell.com entitled .

    I explained the biological predicament of humans, that a gene mutation occurring long ago in human history shortened the human lifespan.  Gulonolactone oxidase is among four liver enzymes most animals utilize to internally convert sugar to ascorbate (vitamin C).  A mutation in the GULO gene for this enzyme also occurs in fruit bats, guinea pigs and primate monkeys and has forced these species along with humans to totally rely upon dietary sources of vitamin C to maintain health.

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