Saturday, July 27, 2013

Exercise May Help Fix a Broken Clock


                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


           Continued From Last Post

    Since a broken internal clock can wreak havoc on your health,

researchers became interested in how one might repair it. Exercise
seemed a viable possibility.

    They designed a study comparing the circadian rhythm effects of
exercising at various times of day, using two groups of mice: one healthy
group, and one group with biologically induced circadian disruptions. He
found that all of the mice showed positive benefits from exercising,
regardless of what time of day they exercised (for mice, exercising meant
running on a wheel). But the benefits were much higher for the mice whose
internal clocks were impaired in the first place.

    For those discombobulated mice, after several weeks of running, their
internal clocks were much more robust, particularly among the mice that
exercised in the afternoon. This finding was a real surprise to researchers
who expected to see the highest benefit from morning exercise, which tends to
be favored by athletes. Mice exercising in the late evening showed the least
benefit, some developing even more circadian disruptions, including poor
sleep (which was not a surprise).

Exercising in the Morning Versus Afternoon: 

Good Arguments on Both Sides

    It is interesting that this study favors afternoon exercise over morning
exercise, at least when it comes to circadian rhythms. There is a good deal
of evidence to the contrary — that exercising first thing in the morning is
preferable in several ways. Many, including me, prefer exercising in the
morning for a couple of reasons. First, it gets the task done early in the
day, before time pressures invariably tend to interfere with your best

    Secondly, there is strong evidence that exercising in a fasting state,

which is easiest to do before breakfast, offers the highest metabolic
benefits. A 2010 study in the Journal of Physiology5 showed that exercising
in a fasting state improved insulin sensitivity, which has great implications
for weight loss/fat loss and prevention of type 2 diabetes. The metabolic
benefits of exercising are, of course, some of the strongest motivators for
getting people to the gym.

    Could it be that exercise has different types of benefits, depending on

the time of day it’s performed?

    From a circadian point of view, it makes sense to see higher benefits
from afternoon exercise. Circadian rhythms control your body temperature,
which has an impact on your workout. Your body temperature tends to be a
degree or two warmer in the afternoon than in the morning, resulting in
better muscle performance and decreased risk of injury. You are also
generally more alert in the afternoon. Plus, if you tend to hit that wall
around 1:00 or 2:00pm, going to the gym might be a good way to get over it.

    However, on the other hand, the argument Ori Hofmekler makes strongly
favors pre-breakfast workouts. Ori is a fitness expert and author of several
books, including The Warrior Diet. He is a huge proponent of the combination
of calorie restriction with exercise as the best way to optimize our health.

    In a nutshell, 

Ori explains that your body has a preservative mechanismthat protects your
 active muscle from wasting itself. So, if you exercisewithout fuel in your
system (i.e., before breakfast), you’ll tend to breakdown tissues other than
your active muscle, which is what you want. In otherwords, your body
 spares the active muscle during exertion.

    Instead, your body burns up the worn out tissues for fuel. It digests and
recycles damaged proteins, tumors, sick cells, etc., into the amino acid
building blocks for new and stronger muscle tissue. Not only is the timing of
your exercise important, but what you eat after exercise is also important if
you want to maximize your benefits.

 The Bottom Line... Listen to Your Body to Decide

    Even though there are discrepancies in the scientific literature about
the best time of day to work out, most experts will agree that the best time
for YOU to exercise is when you will do it consistently! One thing is
certain: any exercise is better than none, regardless of when you do it.

    If you enjoy exercising in the morning and have successfully organized
your schedule around it, then don’t change it. The most important thing is to
choose a time of day you can stick with, so that exercise becomes a habit. I
would generally discourage exercising in the evening, IF you have an
alternative, especially if you struggle with your sleep. Exercise raises your
heart rate and body temperature, which are not conducive to sleeping.

    The researcher of the featured study, Dr. Colwell, 

admits it’s too earlyto conclude that afternoon exercise is more beneficial to
 circadian rhythmsin humans, since his study involved mice. But it’s possible
afternoon sessions may produce stronger benefits for your internal clock.

    It seems to me that, until new research answers the remaining unanswered
questions, you can do some experimentation on your own. Perhaps try a month
of exercising in the morning, followed by a month of exercising in the
afternoon, as your schedule allows. Maybe you can exercise on your lunch hour
— you might even convince a couple of friends to join you. Then see how you
feel, and let your body be your guide.

Thank You Dr. Mercola


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Friday, July 26, 2013

Why Afternoon May Be the Best Time to Exercise


                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


Do you often feel sluggish when the clock rolls around to 1:00 or 2:00

in the afternoon?

A psychiatry professor at the University of California, Los Angeles’s Brain
Research Institute may have an explanation about why many people hit “the
wall” shortly after lunch hour.

    Circadian rhythms, or circadian cycles, affect nearly every living
organism, including plants, bacteria, insects and human beings. Circadian
rhythms, largely based on signals of light and darkness, are your body’s
internal clock sending signals to all of your cells directing how and when to
conduct certain physiological processes.

    The reason newborns wake up in the middle of the night isn’t because they
aren’t yet “trained” to their parent’s schedule — it’s because their internal
clocks haven’t yet developed1.

    Your sleep and wake cycles are governed by this internal clock, which
acts like a “choreographer” so that all your body’s systems can work together
smoothly. How does it do this? By altering genetic expression, which controls
the protein messengers your body sends to your heart, brain, liver and other
vital organs. These proteins are vital to internal communication and
coordination — and for staying healthy.

    The featured study, appearing in the December 2012 Journal of
Physiology2, found that exercise helps regulate your circadian rhythms, and
the effect may be most profound if it’s done in the middle of the day.

A Broken Internal Clock Comes with Serious Health Risks

    If you have trouble sleeping at night or staying awake during the day,
your internal clock may be broken. This is a growing problem in today’s world
of ever-present electronic devices, globalization, and around-the-clock
media. Your circadian rhythms may become confused, for example, by sleeping
in a lit room when your body expects darkness, or by working the night shift.
Or by jet lag, which is a common temporary disruption. Aging appears to
worsen people’s internal clocks, according to Dr. Colwell3:

        “By middle age, most of us start to have trouble falling asleep and
staying asleep, then we have trouble staying awake the next day.”

    The problem is, research shows there are potentially serious health
consequences of disrupted circadian rhythms, such as increased risk of
diabetes, obesity, hypertension, memory loss, headaches, indigestion, mood
disorders, learning problems, and even certain types of cancer. Disrupted
sleep cycles have the potential to stimulate cancer growth by altering the
hormones your brain makes while you sleep, such as melatonin. Melatonin is
known to suppress tumor development. For help getting a good night’s sleep,
refer to our comprehensive sleep guide. Lack of sleep and altered circadian
cycles can exacerbate other serious diseases such as:

        Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases
        Multiple sclerosis
        Gastrointestinal tract disorders
        Kidney disease
        Behavioral problems in children

    Decreased melatonin can even accelerate the aging process of your brain.

 Your Circadian Clock Switches Genes On and Off

    Scientists at the Salk Institute have actually determined the specific
genetic switches that synchronize liver activity to your circadian cycle,
which sheds some light on how a damaged internal clock predisposes you to
health problems.

    The headquarters for your circadian clock is located in your brain, in a
structure called the suprachiasmatic nucleus4, a tiny area sitting just above
your optic nerves. However, there are other clocks in your body, including in
your visceral organs, which tell specific genes when to make certain
proteins. The switching on and off of genes is regulated by your “epigenome,”
a set of molecules that signal to your genes how to direct your body’s
physiological processes.

    According to research scientists Satchidananda Panda of the Salk
Institute, your liver’s clock regulates genes that control the timing of your
metabolism of fat, glucose and cholesterol. You can’t control what genes
you’re born with, but you CAN help control their expression, and exercise is
one of the ways you can stack the deck in your favor.

    Panda explains :

        "We know that when we eat determines when a particular gene turns on
or off; for example, if we eat only at nighttime, a gene that should be
turned on during the day will turn on at night. In response to natural
cycles, our body has evolved to make glucose at nighttime. But if on top of
what you eat, you're creating excess glucose and that damages organs, which
leads to diabetes. It's like over-charging a car battery. Bad things will


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Don't Fall for the Latest 'Designer Water' Fad...


                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


           Continued From Last Post

Designer Water' Fad...

    As a general rule, I advise using water as your primary form of beverage.
Many simply do not drink enough water these days. But don’t be fooled by
slick marketing. There are a number of “designer water” products available,

and none of them can really beat plain, pure water. For example, on April 1,
Coca-Cola released its latest enhanced water product called “Fruitwater,”
described as “a great tasting, naturally flavored zero calorie sparking water
beverage.” Despite its name, the product does NOT contain any juice. Rather
it’s sweetened with sucralose and “natural fruit flavors.” Sucralose
(Splenda) is an artificial sweetener that, like aspartame, is associated with
a host of side effects, including:

        Gastrointestinal problems
        Seizures, dizziness and migraines
        Blurred vision
        Allergic reactions
        Blood sugar increases and weight gain

Artificially Sweetened Water is a Recipe for Poor Health

Different artificial sweeteners have been found to wreak havoc in a
number of different ways. Aspartame, for example, has a long list of studies
indicating its harmful effects, ranging from brain damage to pre-term
delivery. Sucralose has been found to be particularly damaging to your
intestines. A study published in 2008 found that sucralose:

        Reduces the amount of good bacteria in your intestines by 50 percent
        Increases the pH level in your intestines, and
        Affects a glycoprotein in your body that can have crucial health
        effects, particularly if you're on certain medications like chemotherapy,
        or treatments for AIDS and certain heart conditions

    In response to this study, James Turner, chairman of the national

consumer education group Citizens for Health, issued the following


        "The report makes it clear that the artificial sweetener Splenda and
its key component sucralose pose a threat to the people who consume the
product. Hundreds of consumers have complained to us about side effects from
using Splenda and this study ... confirms that the chemicals in the little
yellow package should carry a big red warning label."

    That was nearly five years ago, yet many are still in the dark about
these health risks. Having healthy gut flora is absolutely vital for your
optimal health, so clearly, any product that can destroy up to half of your
healthy intestinal bacteria can pose a critical risk to your health! Many are
already deficient in healthy bacteria due to consuming too many highly
processed foods. This is why I recommend eating fermented vegetables every
day, or at the very least taking a high quality probiotic.

    Believe me, if you continuously destroy up to 50 percent of your gut
flora by regularly consuming sucralose, then poor health is virtually
guaranteed. So please, do not make “Fruitwater” a staple drink thinking
you’re doing something beneficial for your health... Remember, pure water IS
a zero calorie drink. You cannot find a beverage that contains fewer
calories. If you think about it, why on earth would you choose artificially
sweetened water over regular mineral water? If you want some flavor, just
squeeze a little bit of fresh lemon or lime into mineral water as they have
virtually no fructose in them.

    Unfortunately, most public health agencies and nutritionists in the
United States still recommend these toxic artificial sweeteners as acceptable
and even preferred alternatives to sugar, which is at best confusing and at
worst seriously damaging the health of those who listen to this well-
intentioned but foolish advice. Contrary to popular belief, research has
shown that artificial sweeteners can stimulate your appetite, increase
carbohydrate cravings, and stimulate fat storage and weight gain. In fact,
diet sodas may actually double your risk of obesity. So much for being an
ally in the battle against the bulge...

The Case Against ALL Bottled Waters...

    While we’re on the subject of commercially available water products, let
me remind you that bottled water in general is a bad idea. Not only are you
paying about 1,900 percent more for the same or similar water you get
straight from your tap, water stored in plastic bottles have other health
risks as well. The plastic often used to make water bottles contains a
variety of health-harming chemicals that can easily leach out and contaminate
the water, such as:

        Cancer-causing PFOAs

        PBDEs (flame retardant chemicals), which have been linked to
        reproductive problems and altered thyroid levels.

        The reproductive toxins, phthalates BPA, which disrupts the endocrine
        system by mimicking the female hormone estrogen

    If you leave your water bottle in a hot car, or reuse it, your exposure
is magnified because heat and stress increase the amount of chemicals that
leach out of the plastic. So the container your water comes in needs to
receive just as much attention as the water itself, and plastic is simply not
a wise choice from a health perspective … not to mention the extreme amounts
of toxic waste produced!

What’s the Healthiest Beverage You Can Drink?

    Sweetened beverages, whether it’s sweetened with sugar, HFCS, naturally-
occurring fructose, or artificial sweeteners, are among the worst culprits in
the fight against obesity and related health problems, including diabetes,
heart- and liver disease, just to name a few. Remember that sweetened
beverages also include flavored milk products, bottled teas, and “enhanced”
water products. Ditching ALL of these types of beverages can go a long way
toward reducing your risk for chronic health problems and weight gain. So
what should you drink?

    Your best, most cost effective choice is to drink filtered tap water. 

The caveat though is to make sure you filter your tap water. I've written a large
number of articles on the hazards of tap water, from fluoride to dangerous
chemicals and drugs, to toxic disinfection byproducts and heavy metals, so
having a good filtration system in place is more of a necessity than a luxury
in most areas. Remember, nothing beats pure water when it comes to serving
your body’s needs. If you really feel the urge for a carbonated beverage, try
sparkling mineral water with a squirt of lime or lemon juice.

    Another option to consider is 

to bottle your own water from a gravity-fed spring. There's a great website
called where you can find natural springs in your area.
This is a great way to get back to nature and teach your children about health
 and the sources of clean water. The best part is that most of these spring water
sources are free! Just remember to bring either clear polyethylene or glass
containers to collect the water so no unsafe chemicals can contaminate your
water on the way home. If you choose to use glass bottles, be sure to wrap
them in towels to keep them from breaking in the car.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Sugary Drinks, Soda, Linked to Over 180,000 Deaths Worldwide



                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


Dangers of Sugary Soda.

    I’ve been warning you of the dangers of soda since I started this site
over 16 years ago, and the list of reasons to avoid this beverage just keeps
getting longer. Americans in particular get most of their daily calories from
sugar, primarily in the form of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in soda and
other sweetened beverages.

    Half of the US population over the age of two consumes sugary drinks on a
daily basis,1 and this figure does not even include 100% fruit juices,
flavored milk or sweetened teas, all of which are sugary too, which means the
figure is actually even higher.

    Many people mistakenly believe that as long as you are drinking fruit
juice, it's healthy even though it's sweet, but this is a dangerous
misconception that is fueling the rising rates of weight gain, obesity, fatty
liver disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes in the United States
and other developed nations.

    It’s important to realize sugary drinks, soda and even fresh squeezed
fruit juice, contain fructose, which has been identified as one of the
primary culprits in the meteoric rise of obesity and related health problems
—in large part due to its ability to turn on your “fat switch.”

    So-called “enhanced” water products are another source of hidden
fructose, and/or artificial sweeteners, which can be even worse for your
health than sugar. I recommend drinking plenty of pure water as your primary
beverage of choice instead.

Sugary Drinks Linked to 180,000 Deaths Annually

    Preliminary research presented at the American Heart Association’s
Epidemiology and Prevention/Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism 2013
Scientific Sessions suggests sugary beverages are to blame for about 183,000
deaths worldwide each year, including 133,000 diabetes deaths, 44,000 heart
disease deaths and 6,000 cancer deaths.

    Among the 35 largest countries in the world, Mexico had the highest death
rates associated with sugary beverage consumption. There, the average
consumption of sugary beverages was 24 ounces per day.

    Bangladesh had the lowest death rates. The US ranked third, with an
estimated 25,000 annual deaths2 from sweetened drinks.3 (Many might have
expected the US to come in first place, but remember that American processed
foods contain far more sugars than other nations, so Americans also consume a
lot of “hidden” sugar in products other than beverages.)

    Interestingly, and quite disturbingly, the death rates associated with
sweetened beverages were highest in those under the age of 45. According to
the featured article:4

        “[W]hile the connection between excess sugar and chronic disease is
well-known, the latest research is the first to quantify deaths correlated
with sugared drinks worldwide.

        ...To reach their conclusion, the scientists analyzed data from the
2010 Global Burden of Diseases Study and recorded how much sugar-sweetened
beverages people drank, dividing up the data by age and sex. Then, they
figured out how the various amount corresponded to obesity rates.

        Lastly, they calculated how much obesity affected diabetes, heart
disease and certain cancers and determined the mortality rates from these
diseases, ending up with the number of deaths that could be attributed to
consuming sugary beverages by age and sex.”

    Co-author Dr. Gitanjali Singh told Time Magazine:

        “Our findings should push policy makers world-wide to make effective
policies to reduce consumption of sugary beverages, such as taxation, mass-
media campaigns, and reducing availability of these drinks... Individuals
should drink fewer sugary beverages and encourage their family and friends to
do the same.”

    As you may recall, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently tried
to ban the sale of sugary beverages over 16 ounces in restaurants, food carts
and theaters, but the day before the ban was scheduled to go into effect, a
Supreme Court judge overturned it.5 Bloomberg has stated he intends to appeal
the decision.

    Personally, I believe the most appropriate strategy is to educate people
on the facts about sugar consumption, and encourage personal responsibility.
Taxation and eliminating sweet drinks from schools and other venues may have
a beneficial effect, but to really put a dent in the problem, you need to be
properly informed about the consequences of your choices. Voting with your
pocketbook and avoiding purchasing these products will cause them to
disappear from the marketplace as companies will not produce items that don’t

Scientific Statement from American Heart Association about Sugar Consumptionand Heart Disease Risk

    In 2009, the American Heart Association (AHA) issued a scientific
statement6 about sugar intake and heart health, pointing out that there is
evidence for a relationship between the two. According to the abstract:

        “High intakes of dietary sugars in the setting of a worldwide
pandemic of obesity and cardiovascular disease have heightened concerns about
the adverse effects of excessive consumption of sugars.

        In 2001 to 2004, the usual intake of added sugars for Americans was
22.2 teaspoons per day (355 calories per day). Between 1970 and 2005, average
annual availability of sugars/added sugars increased by 19%, which added 76
calories to Americans’ average daily energy intake. Soft drinks and other
sugar-sweetened beverages are the primary source of added sugars in
Americans’ diets. Excessive consumption of sugars has been linked with
several metabolic abnormalities and adverse health conditions, as well as
shortfalls of essential nutrients...

        [T]he American Heart Association recommends reductions in the intake
of added sugars. A prudent upper limit of intake is half of the discretionary
calorie allowance, which for most American women is no more than 100 calories
per day and for most American men is no more than 150 calories per day from
added sugars.”

How Much Sugar Do You Eat or Drink Each Day?

    Let’s start with soda. One hundred calories isn’t much. Just one 12-ounce
regular soda contains about 140 calories; the equivalent of 10 teaspoons of
sugar. Similarly, one eight-ounceglass of orange juice has about eight full
teaspoons of sugar, and at least 50 percent of that sugar is fructose.

Drinking just one eight-ounce glass of orange juice will wallop your system
with about 25 grams of fructose, which is more than you should have the
entire day...

    Fructose has been identified as one of the primary culprits in the
meteoric rise of obesity and related health problems, and while the majority
of the problem is caused by the large quantities of high fructose corn syrup
added to so many processed foods and sweetened beverages, naturally-occurring
fructose in large amounts of fruit juice is also a problem. Fructose is also
a likely culprit behind the millions of U.S. children struggling with non-
alcoholic liver disease, which is caused by a build-up of fat within liver
cells. Fructose is very hard on your liver, in much the same way as drinking

    Around 100 years ago the average American consumed a mere 15 grams of
fructose a day, primarily in the form of whole fruit. One hundred years
later, one-fourth of Americans are consuming more than 135 grams per day
(that's over a quarter of a pound!), largely in the form of soda and other
sweetened beverages.

    Fructose at 15 grams a day is unlikely to do much harm (unless you suffer
from high uric acid levels). However, at nearly 10 times that amount it
becomes a MAJOR cause of obesity and nearly all chronic degenerative
diseases. As a standard recommendation, I strongly advise keeping your TOTAL
fructose consumption below 25 grams per day. However, for most people it
would actually be wise to limit your fruit fructose to 15 grams or less, as
it is virtually guaranteed that you will consume “hidden” sources of fructose
from most beverages and just about any processed food you might eat.


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A famous "Old Natural Cancer Remedy" is still one of the best.



                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


Tea for "C"...The Big "C".

       One of the best-known alternative cancer answers is called Essiac tea.
Even people who don't know much about alternative medicine sometimes know
about Essiac. It's the kind of thing people tell their friends. It's been the
subject of many books, articles, TV programs, radio shows and websites.

       I first learned about Essiac a couple of years ago when I first got
involved in researching alternative cancer treatments. I could see right away
it was the real deal. And that's saying something in this business where
there are dozens of dubious medicines.

       Thousands of cancer patients have used Essiac tea successfully for
about 80 years. Many of them got pain relief, extra years of life and in some
cases full, 100% remission. It's almost totally safe -- as even its critics
have to admit (more on this in a minute).

       The woman who pioneered the treatment in the 1920s conducted
scientific tests and based her claims on decades of clinical experience with
cancer patients.

JFK's personal physician cured himself with Essiac

       President John F. Kennedy's personal physician and trusted friend,
Charles Brusch, M.D., provided Essiac at his Massachusetts clinic.

       In 1990 Dr. Brusch signed an affidavit describing his experiences with
Essiac: "Clinically, on patients suffering from pathologically proven cancer,
it reduced pain and caused a recession in the growth. Patients gained weight
and showed a great improvement in their general health. . .Remarkably
beneficial results were obtained even on those cases at the 'end of the road'
where it proved to prolong life and the 'quality' of life."

       Dr. Brusch added something especially important: "I endorse this
therapy even today for I have in fact cured my own cancer, the original site
of which was the lower bowel, through Essiac tea alone."

       I don't know about you, but I like it when doctors practice what they
preach. That's quite a difference from conventional American cancer doctors.
Many say in private they'd never use chemotherapy on themselves or their

The first remedies I learned about are still among the best

       Dr. Morton Walker included Essiac as one of his top ten picks in
"Natural Cancer Remedies that Work". This Special Report was the first one we
published. It was a great success and enabled us to keep going and publish
more reports including Cancer Defeated, Cancer Breakthrough USA and The
Missing Ingredient for Good Health.

       Considering we were new to cancer reporting, Dr. Walker was a lucky
find. I've learned a lot about alternative cancer treatments that I didn't
know a couple of years ago when we were pulling together Dr. Walker's report,
but his ten treatments in Natural Cancer Remedies would still be at the top
of my personal list.

       That's amazing when you consider there are hundreds of alternative
cancer treatments, ranging from excellent to worthless. Even when people mean
well, it's easy to go wrong. Dr. Walker is a peach, and we're indebted to him
for being our first teacher on this subject.

       The Number One treatment in "Natural Cancer Remedies that Work" is a
therapy called hyperthermia. I'd insist on it if I had cancer. I wouldn't go
to a clinic that didn't offer hyperthermia.

       The evidence for it is overwhelming. It's used extensively in clinics
outside the U.S. What's more, it's safe and noninvasive. You'll learn more in
the report if you decide to buy it. And of course you'll get all the details
on nine other top therapies including Essiac.

What is Essiac?

       Essiac tea is based on ancient herbal treatments from the Ojibway, a
tribe of Native Americans or "Indians," if you will. You might know this
tribe better as the Chippewa. The original formula was made up of eight

       This valuable therapy might have been lost forever if a medicine man
hadn't revealed it to a white Canadian woman suffering from breast cancer.

She was cured, and years later, when she was very old, she revealed the tea
to Rene Caisse, the head nurse in a Canadian hospital. The year was 1922.

       Not long after, Rene Caisse's aunt was diagnosed with "terminal"
stomach and liver cancer. Seeing no alternative, the doctor let Nurse Caisse
treat her aunt with the Native American tea.

       The aunt fully recovered and lived another 21 years.

       This simple incident launched a Canadian legend. In fact, Essiac is
just "Caisse" spelled backwards. Rene Caisse spent the next five decades of
her life in unselfish devotion to cancer victims.

       She refused payment for her services and took voluntary contributions
instead -- sometimes farm-fresh eggs or hand-knit sweaters. She became
beloved all over Ontario for her acts of charity. Her work brought relief to
hundreds of cancer patients.

A missed chance for medical acceptance

       What's rare for any alternative, the tea came very close to full
acceptance by the Canadian medical authorities as a mainstream cancer
treatment. It was a near miss.

       Some Ontario doctors petitioned their government in 1926 to accept
Essiac. They'd seen what it could do for cancer patients with their own eyes.
In 1935, 17,000 Canadian citizens petitioned the government again, asking
acceptance for Essiac.

       "Legalization" never happened. And for once, it wasn't mainstream
medicine's fault. By all accounts, Rene Caisse was a stubborn, eccentric
person. She refused to cooperate with mainstream scientists -- many of them
pro-Essiac. Her actions prevented the remedy from winning acceptance.

       In spite of that, Essiac is less controversial than it was thirty or
forty years ago. Decades of experience by thousands of patients reveal no
adverse side effects, although people who take too much sometimes complain of
short-term headache, dizziness or nausea. It's not recommended for pregnant
or lactating women.

       Can you drink the tea to prevent cancer? It makes sense, but there's
no firm proof one way or the other. At least it does no harm as far as we

Endorsed by one of America's top alternative doctors

       Julian Whitaker, M.D., editor of the popular Health & Healing
newsletter, writes, "Rene Caisse never claimed that Essiac was a cancer cure,
nor that it would help everyone. But neither should we dismiss it as just
another old folk remedy. The individual herbs in Essiac tea have all been
shown in recent years to have anticancer activity, and thousands of cancer
patients in the past 70 years have claimed to have been helped by Essiac

       My take is that the evidence is good for pain relief, tumor shrinkage
and general improved well-being among cancer patients who try Essiac tea.
When it comes to full remission, there's less evidence. It sounds like such
cases are a small percentage but they do happen.

       You should not assume Essiac is a full-blown "cure" and personally I'd
use it as one of a battery of natural therapies, not as my only hope.

Absolutely get help from a health professional if you have cancer. Discuss
Essiac with them, if you're interested in trying it.

       And meanwhile I urge you to get your own copy of Dr. Morton Walker's
Natural Cancer Remedies that Work for more details about Essiac and nine
other treatments.      

Kindest regards,

Lee Euler

P.S. You'll get a kick out of this story. One of our printers who prints
"Natural Cancer Remedies that Work" for us found out he had an eye tumor. He
wasn't especially a fan of alternative medicine, but since he'd seen our
report, he obtained one of the remedies Dr. Walker talks about -- it's from
Chapter Two in the report. Then he found a U.S. healthcare giver to
administer it intravenously (that's why I can't reveal names here, the doctor
could get in trouble). Our printer's eye tumor cleared up -- 100% remission.

Health Disclaimer: The information provided above is not intended as personal
medical advice or instructions. You should not take any action affecting your
health without consulting a qualified health professional. The authors and
publishers of the information above are not doctors or health-caregivers. The
authors and publishers believe the information to be accurate but its
accuracy cannot be guaranteed. There is some risk associated with ANY cancer
treatment, and the reader should not act on the information above unless he
or she is willing to assume the full risk.

Thank You Lee Euler

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Monday, July 22, 2013

SPECIAL REPORT...ObamaCare...Dhimmitude



        The word "Dhimmitude"  


        is found in the new health care what does it mean?

        Thought this was interesting and worth passing on.

        Obama used it in the health care bill.
        Now isn't this interesting?
        It is also included in the health care law.

        Dhimmitude -- 

I had never heard the word until now. I typed it into Google and started reading. Pretty interesting. It's on page 107 of the healthcare bill. I looked this up on Google and yep, it exists.. It is a REAL word.

        Dhimmitude is the Muslim system of controlling non-Muslim populations conquered through jihad (Holy War). Specifically, it is the TAXING of non-Muslims in exchange for tolerating their presence AND as a coercive means of converting conquered remnants to Islam.


allows the establishment of Dhimmitude and Sharia Muslim diktat in the United States . Muslims are specifically exempted from the government mandate to purchase insurance, and also from the penalty tax for being uninsured. Islam considers insurance to be "gambling", "risk-taking", and "usury" and is thus banned. Muslims are specifically granted exemption based on this.

        How convenient. So I, as a Christian, will have crippling IRS liens placed against all of my assets, including real estate, cattle, and even accounts receivable, and will face hard prison time because I refuse to buy insurance or pay the penalty tax. Meanwhile, Louis Farrakhan will have no such penalty and will have 100% of his health insurance needs paid for by the de facto government insurance. Non-Muslims will be paying a tax to subsidize Muslims. This is Dhimmitude.

        I recommend sending this on to your contacts.

        American citizens need to know about it --
  Health Insurance Exemptions

        Apr 13, 2010 ... Dhimmitude is the Muslim system of controlling non-muslim populations ... The ObamaCare bill is the establishment of Dhimmitude and Sharia ...

        Keep this going. Every non-Muslim in the United

        States of America needs to know about it.

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Sunday, July 21, 2013

The Importance of Maintaining Optimal Sodium-Potassium Ratio



                The Solution For Disease FREE Health.


World's #1 Publisher of Information About Alternative Cancer Treatments


            New - Reverse Your Diabetes Today


           Continued From Last Post

 As mentioned earlier,


another important factor that needs to be taken into account is the  potassium to
sodium ratio of your diet. Imbalance in this ratio can not only lead to hypertension
(high blood pressure) but also contribute to a number of other diseases, including
those highlighted in the featured research, along with a few others:

Heart disease and stroke...Memory decline...Osteoporosis...Ulcers and stomach
cancer...Kidney stones     Cataracts...Erectile dysfunction...Rheumatoid arthritis

    The easiest way to achieve this imbalance

is by consuming a diet of processed foods, which are notoriously low
in potassium while high in sodium. (And, to reiterate, processed foods
are also loaded with fructose, which is clearly associated with
increased heart disease risk, as well as virtually all chronic diseases.)

    Why is potassium so important?

    Among other things, your body needs potassium to maintain proper pH
levels in your body fluids, and it also plays an integral role in regulating
your blood pressure. It’s possible that potassium deficiency may be more
responsible for hypertension than excess sodium. Potassium deficiency leads
to electrolyte imbalance, and can result in a condition called hypokalemia.

Symptoms include:

        Water retention
        Raised blood pressure and hypertension
        Heart irregularities/arrhythmias
        Muscular weakness and muscle cramps
        Continual thirst and constipation

    According to a 1985 article in The New England Journal of Medicine,
titled "Paleolithic Nutrition," our ancient ancestors got about 11,000 mg of
potassium a day, and about 700 mg of sodium. This equates to nearly 16 times
more potassium than sodium. Compare that to the Standard American Diet where
daily potassium consumption averages about 2,500 mg (the RDA is 4,700
mg/day), along with 3,600 mg of sodium... As mentioned earlier, if you eat a
diet of processed foods, you can be virtually guaranteed that your
potassium-sodium ratio is upside-down.

    This may also explain why high-sodium diets appear to affect some people
but not others. According to a 2011 federal study into sodium and potassium
intake, those at greatest risk of cardiovascular disease were those who got a
combination of too much sodium along with too little potassium.

    The research, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, 

was one of the first and largest US studies to evaluate the relationship of salt,
potassium and heart disease deaths. According to Dr. Elena Kuklina, one of
the lead authors of the study at the Centers for Disease Control and 
Prevention (CDC), potassium may neutralize the heart-damaging effects of
salt. Tellingly, those who ate a lot of salt and very little potassium were
more than twice as likely to die from a heart attack as those who ate about
equal amounts of both nutrients.

How Can You Ensure Proper Sodium-to-Potassium Ratio?

    So, how do you ensure you get these two important nutrients in more
appropriate ratios?

        First, ditch all processed foods, which are very high in processed
salt and low in potassium and other essential nutrients.

        Eat a diet of whole, unprocessed foods, ideally organically and
locally-grown to ensure optimal nutrient content. This type of diet will
naturally provide much larger amounts of potassium in relation to sodium.

    I do not recommend 

taking potassium supplements to correct a sodium-potassium imbalance.

Instead, it is best to simply alter your diet and incorporate more potassium-rich
whole foods. Green vegetable juicing is an excellent way to ensure you’re getting
enough nutrients for optimal health, including about 300-400 mg of potassium per cup.
By  removing the fiber you can consume even larger volumes of important naturally
occurring potassium.

Some additional rich sources in potassium are:

        Lima beans (955 mg/cup)
        Winter squash (896 mg/cup)
        Cooked spinach (839 mg/cup)
        Avocado (500 mg per medium)

    Other potassium-rich fruits and vegetables include  Fruits: 

papayas, prunes, cantaloupe, and bananas. (But be careful of bananas as they are
high in sugar and have half the potassium that anequivalent of amount of green
vegetables. It is an old wives tale that youare getting loads of potassium from bananas,
the potassium is twice as highin green vegetables)


broccoli, Brussels sprouts, avocados, asparagus, and pumpkin

Putting Salt Consumption into Proper Context

    More than 80 percent of the salt most people consume is from processed
foods. Indeed, there is far too much sodium in processed foods. But you
shouldn't be eating those foods anyway—sodium is just one of MANY ingredients
in packaged foods that will adversely affect your health. The salt added to
these convenience foods is bleached out, trace mineral deficient and mostly
sodium—as opposed to natural salt, which is much lower in sodium and contains
a myriad of other critical trace minerals. Himalayan salt, for example,
contains about 86 different minerals, and in terms of taste, you cannot
compare it to regular table salt. Natural salt has flavor, over and above
just salty taste.

    The more you can move toward 

a diet of whole organic foods in their natural state, the healthier you'll be—
whether it's veggies, meat, dairyproducts, or salt. And increasing your vegetable
 intake will help insure you’re getting the ideal ratio of sodium-to-potassium,
which may be more crucial for overall health than we currently imagine.

    Given that salt is absolutely essential to good health, I recommend
limiting, or ideally, eliminating processed foods and processed table salt
and switching to a pure, unrefined salt. Generally speaking, it is perfectly
fine to salt your food to taste, provided the salt you're using is natural
and unrefined and you’re eating plenty of vegetables.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513