• Answers to question about restless leg syndrome

    Posted February 14, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    Q: My wife, 66, has suffered for a few years now with sever night-time leg cramps which affect her sleep. We’ve tried a dozen different magnesium supplements, potassium, and other electrolytes all with no affect. Magnesium Chloride baths, foot baths, and sprays—no improvement. Any recommendations?

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  • Resveratrol And The Over-Nurturing Female

    Posted January 24, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    Nurturing is a female characteristic.  Caring for the helpless is a universal yearning given to females.  A pet cat or dog helps fill that yearning for many women.  But then again, women who date helpless men pursue trouble.  It’s common for young women to date “losers.”

    How many fathers end up chasing away pathetic boyfriends their daughters bring home with them?  I always wondered why the most beautiful girls in high school wouldn’t date the class president who had his own job, bought his own car, got good grades.  He didn’t need to be rescued, that is why.

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  • Investigators Find The Genetic Delivery Man of Disease – And It’s In A Milk Carton

    Posted January 7, 2019: by Bill Sardi

    Disease investigators are calling for ultra-heat treatment of unfermented cow’s milk products, in particular infant formula, to abolish the transmission of genetic material that programs humans for disease. [Journal Translational Medicine 2019]

    While most cow’s milk undergoes heat Pasteurization to kill off potentially pathogenic germs, that is not sufficient to block the transmission of genetic material (microRNAs) that program humans for disease.

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  • The Delayed Disease Bomb

    Posted November 7, 2018: by Bill Sardi

    A biological reality is that many Americans may have been genetically pre-programmed to develop diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, become obese, even suffer with mental depression and other mental problems, based upon circumstances in their mother’s womb and very early childhood.  That is when the human library of ~25,000 genes that resides in the nucleus of every living cell in the body develops what are called epigenetic tags or marks.

    Genetics is the arrangement of steps (nucleotides) on the DNA ladder that is fixed whereas epigenetics involves the dynamic protein-making aspect of genes (called gene expression or gene silencing) that helps humans adapt to their immediate environment.

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  • Lessons About Salt and Health

    Posted August 13, 2018: by Bill Sardi

    The Idea Salt Is/Isn’t Bad For Your Health Depends On What Your Definition of Is Is.

    Do you find yourself reaching for the saltshaker and then deciding not to salt your food because scientific reports say not to?

    Join the confused.

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  • The Baking Soda Cure-All Redux

    Posted August 11, 2018: by Bill Sardi

    It tastes salty.  It is in your kitchen.  And it’s dirt cheap.  And it’s threatening Big Pharma?  What is it?

    Just tell your doctor: “Hold the steroid shots, anti-inflammatory drugs and pain relievers.  I’ll take a quarter teaspoon of baking soda straight up with water.” Could Big Pharma be brought to its knees by sodium bicarbonate pills?

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  • The Baking Soda Cure For Almost Everything

    Posted April 26, 2018: by Bill Sardi

    The three trillion-dollar income stream produced by the medical industrial complex is about to come demolished by a home remedy – baking soda. Buy stock in Arm & Hammer. (Church & Dwight Co. Ltd.)

    Now for the details:

    Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia have discovered a nerve center in a cell layer in the spleen that controls the immune response and therefore inflammation throughout the body. Given that virtually all chronic age-related disease involves inflammation (called inflammaging), this discovery is of monumental significance and has widespread application for virtually every organ and tissue in the body as the spleen is not only an abdominal organ that is involved in the recycling of old blood cells but is also a key part of the human immune system.

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  • 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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