• Lead Toxicity 4th Leading Killer

    Posted April 28, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    Continual Exposure To Ubiquitous Toxic Lead In The Environment Suggests The Public Begin Habitual Lead Removal Measures With Dietary Supplements
    (Garlic, Vitamins C & B1, Rice Bran IP6)

    • With the realization that the toxic metal lead is ubiquitous in our modern world;
    • And blood levels of toxic lead in the environment over the past 50 years are still 10-t0-100 times higher than people living in the pre-industrial era (700-1000 years ago);
    • And that no blood level of lead is safe;
    • And only 9% of Americans have undetectable blood/lead levels;
    • While the Centers For Disease Control arbitrarily recommends blood levels of lead stay below 5 micrograms per blood sample, a massive 388% relative increased risk for death was recorded for adults with a blood/lead level below 3.8 micrograms compared to 2.0 micrograms!
    • And lead toxicity produces over 400,000 newly recognized deaths annually due to heart and blood vessel disease alone (now the 3rd leading cause of death);
    • And widespread chelation therapy is impractical and requires repeated treatment;
    • The masses, in particular young children who are most vulnerable to lead toxicity, must begin to habitually incorporate a daily dietary and supplement regimen to continually chelate (remove and dispose) of toxic lead from the human body.
    • Widely available and economical natural remedies such as garlic (allicin, the best tested natural chelator), vitamins C and B1 (thiamin), and IP6 rice bran have been shown to non-toxically remove lead from the human body (even bone) as effectively and safer than doctor-prescribed drugs (penicillamine).
    • The Centers for Disease Control says more acute cases of lead poisoning (greater than 45 micrograms/blood sample) need chelation (key-lay-shun) therapy, but even this advice does not consider the gravity of newly published data on the health risks posed by very low levels of lead.
    • Because lead interferes with iron and zinc balance and absorption, foods rich in iron (red meat) and zinc supplements (there are no zinc-rich foods outside of oysters) should be consumed particularly by children as well as adults to ward off anemia.

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  • Down’s Syndrome Children Lead Humanity To A Cure For Alzheimer’s Disease

    Posted July 7, 2013: by Bill Sardi

    The inconceivable is being contemplated – that the intellectual disability among individuals with an inherited developmental disorder (Down’s syndrome) is being partially reversed in animal models of this syndrome with small molecules (example: EGCG from green tea) and may be ready for human application within the next decade, say medical researchers.

    Genetic researchers are raising the possibility that certain features of Down’s syndrome, an inherited developmental disorder that affects an estimated 5.8 million people worldwide, can now be reversed or partially corrected by use of small natural molecules.  Recent successes in the animal lab provide hope.

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  • All Roads Lead To & Away From Resveratrol

    Posted September 30, 2011: by Bill Sardi

    All roads to adult wellness and longevity lead to resveratrol, but the public isn’t buying it. An estimated 345 producers of dietary supplements have all raced to enter their version of resveratrol pills into the marketplace, but not much more than 100,000 American take these red wine pills. It is inexplicable why resveratrol continues to astound in the research laboratory but physicians are loathe to recommend it and consumers reticent to take this pill that may be the pill that ends all other pills.

    The broad biological scope of the red wine molecule resveratrol is becoming legendary. Dr. Dipak Das at the University of Connecticut has documented the large number of genes that resveratrol controls. Resveratrol is beneficial for brain, heart, liver, blood circulation, immunity, cholesterol, blood clotting, etc, etc. It is difficult to address the breadth of resveratrol’s biological action without writing an encyclopedia.

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  • THE ANGRY GRANDMA

    Posted December 27, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    (Or why old folks get angry as they age and what can be done about it)

    Angry Granma

    Type in ANGRY GRANDMA in your web browser and you come up with a YouTube star simply named ANGRY GRANDMA.  She reportedly has been featured on YouTube by her grandson since 2013 and viewed 39 million times.  She comedically talks a lot of cuss words, so I won’t provide the direct links.  But in real life a lot of grandkids report their grandmothers and grandfathers are more than just cranky, they are a-n-g-r-e-e.  That means more than ornery.  Often the very reason these elderly family members have been institutionalized is because they are so combative.  About 6% of nursing home patients are classified as combative.  But there are a lot more than that.

    Anger interspersed with mental depression is commonly observed in nursing home patients. One reason for their anger is that they have been placed in a nursing facility and they want to go back home.  They simply medically sedate these people in nursing facilities, they haven’t a clue how to manage them beyond Xanax.

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  • Drug Companies Push For Patients To Take Their Drugs As Prescribed

    Posted December 18, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    But Patients Can’t Remember To Take Their Medications Because Of Drugs That Rob Them Of Their Memory And Few Patients Will Ever Benefit From The Drugs That Are Prescribed For Them Anyway

    Drug companies are exploring new ways to increase sales by getting patients to take their drugs on time.

    Numerous surveys show many patients fail to take their prescribed medicines for a variety of reasons.  One survey shows 90% of patients said they take their medications as directed, but in reality, only 25% did.  Surprisingly, use of reminder devices, such as digital timer bottle caps, do not improve drug adherence.  Even notices sent to smartphones may only be marginally effective at improving drug adherence to daily drug regimens.

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  • THE ANTI-CHOLESTEROL STATIN DRUG PA(CH)ARADE CONTINUES

    Posted November 14, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    The nation’s corps of elite medical news reporters isn’t touching this one.  It’s a commentary entitled “Systematic Review of The Predictors of Statin Drug Adherence For the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, published in PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE (PLoS One), in January of 2019.

    Facing off seven manufacturers of statin drugs that sell billions of dollars of these cholesterol-lowering drugs, leading critics of the “statin drug parade” said this:

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  • Must Be Those Anti-Vaxxers Causing A Worldwide Outbreak Of Measles

    Posted November 10, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    No time to wait.  This just in…… a worldwide outbreak of measles is infecting hundreds of thousands and needlessly killing an untold number of innocent children so far.  The outbreak is 3 times greater than the prior year and threatens to result in the US losing its “measles-free” status.  I’m pulling my hair out, those damn anti-vaxxers, they’ve spread their venom around the world, haven’t they?

    But in this day and age we have to ferret out fake news from truth.  We have to get to the bottom of this.  Somebody or some-thing is to blame for this.

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  • PEDIATRICIANS DON’T PRESCRIBE THE SAME MEDICINE FOR THEIR PATIENTS TO THEIR OWN CHILDREN

    Posted October 5, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    In An Era Of Mandated Vaccination, Pediatricians Don’t Always Vaccinate Their Own Children According To CDC Guidelines

    A study published in 2017 among 1038 general practitioners found 14% recommended certain vaccines for their patients but not for their own children.  Among physicians who had all of their children vaccinated, 35.9% did not always recommend the MMR vaccine to their childhood patients; 28.5% did not always recommend the meningococcal meningitis C vaccine; 47.2% did not always recommend the Hepatitis B vaccine; 27.4% did not always recommend the vaccine for the human papilloma virus.

    Another study published in 2012 showed that 9% of pediatricians and 21% of specialized pediatricians deviated from CDC vaccination guidelines for their own children, mostly for newer vaccines introduced since 2009 such as human papilloma, meningitis, hepatitis and influenza vaccines.

    Israel, Canada and Japan don’t have mandatory vaccination programs and aren’t overwhelmed with infectious diseases among school children.

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  • FORCED VACCINATION: Where is the Moral Force in America?

    Posted October 4, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    If We Can’t Protect Our Children Are We A Civilized Society?

    There is a (raspy) voice in America that is gaining bigger audiences, that is resonating with more and more Americans, that is calling Americans at all ends of the political spectrum to stand up against what is wrong in America.  It is a voice of integrity, a voice that seeks to protect defenseless children, a voice that calls for freedom of choice and free markets in healthcare, a voice that calls for America to rally against an American democracy that has morphed into fascism (industry control over government).  That raspy voice is that of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  (I say raspy because Mr. Kennedy has spasmodic dysphonia, spasms in the muscles in his voice box that interrupt his speech).

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  • Walking in the door of a Doctor’s Office

    Posted September 24, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    What your doctor should tell you about your health walking in the door  (but you will probably never hear about)

    Just walking into a doctor’s office, there is a lot that is already known about you that can be directed toward keeping you healthy but goes unmentioned.  Just walking in the door of a doctor’s office, without blood tests or other diagnostic studies having been done, there are a lot missed opportunities to prevent inherited or intrinsic disease from ever occurring.

    For example, red haired individuals, particularly females, are prone to develop multiple sclerosis.  There is a strong association between red hair and low blood levels of vitamin D.  Makes sense because red haired individuals sunburn easily and avoid the sun which leads to low levels of sunshine vitamin D.  Prophylactic vitamin D pills would be in order.

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