Saturday, August 24, 2013

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    There are several ways to test for your LDL particle number. 

Kresser recommends using the NMR LipoProfile, offered by a lab
called Liposcience.

The test uses FDA-approved technology for testing LDL particle
number, and it’s the test used in most of the scientific studies
on LDL particles.

    The NMR LipoProfile test is easy to get and all major labs
offer it, including LabCorp and Quest. Most insurance policies
cover the test as well.

Best of all, even if your doctor were to refuse to order it, you
can order it yourself via third-party intermediaries like Direct
Labs, or you can order the test online, and get blood drawn

    In Europe and other parts of the world, LDL particle number
is more commonly measured using an indirect marker, apolipoprotein
B (apoB). ApoB is a protein required for the formation of the LDL
particle. About 90-95% of apoB particles are LDL particles, which
makes apoB a fairly accurate measure of LDL particle number. If you
live in a country where the NMR profile is not available, you can
use the ApoB test to roughly determine your LDL particle number, and
then use triglycerides, HDL, fasting blood sugar, blood pressure
and waist-to-hip ratio to determine if you have insulin resistance.

    Remember, since your heart disease risk may be an accurate
predictor of your future dementia risk, the NMR profile test may be
useful for assessing both your heart disease and dementia risks.

Reducing Fructose is Essential for Preventing Both Heart 

Disease andCognitive Decline.

    You may already know I have become passionate about warning
of the dangers of fructose. There is no question in my mind that
regularly consuming more than 25 grams of fructose per day will
dramatically increase your risk of heart disease, dementia and
Alzheimer's disease, as consuming too much fructose will inevitably
wreak havoc on your body's ability to regulate proper insulin
levels. This does not mean you can’t have any fruit, rather it
just means keeping your total fructose below 25 grams every day.
There are charts on our site that show how much fructose is in
most fruits.

    Although fructose is relatively "low glycemic" on the front
end, it reduces the affinity for insulin for its receptor leading
to chronic insulin resistance and elevated blood sugar on the back
end. So, while you may not notice a steep increase in blood sugar
immediately following fructose consumption, it is likely changing
your entire endocrine system's ability to function properly
behind the scenes.

    Additionally, fructose causes damage to your circulatory system,
upon which the health of your nervous system and heart depend. Since
the average American is exceeding the 25 grams a day fructose limit
by 300%, this is a pervasive and serious issue. I view significantly
reducing fructose consumption as the MOST important step you can
take to lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease, dementia and heart

More Tips for Protecting Your Heart and Brain Health

    The good news about finding the similarities between common
chronic diseases is that many of the preventive strategies are over
lapping. For instance, the beauty of following my newly revised
nutrition plan is that it helps treat and prevent all chronic
degenerative diseases, from heart disease, cancer and diabetes to
obesity and Alzheimer's. So please read the plan, and implement it
in your life, as soon as you can. It is divided into three helpful
sections, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced to help you start
at the right level. My other top tips for optimal heart and brain
health include:

   Optimize your vitamin D levels with safe sun exposure Keep your
fasting insulin levels below 3 (following the nutrition plan will
help you do this); if your fasting insulin level is not lower than
three, consider limiting or eliminating your intake of grains and
sugars until you optimize your insulin level.

   Consume enough high-quality animal-based omega-3 fats, such as
   krill oil.

   Exercise regularly, including high-intensity interval training
   like the Peak Fitness Technique

Thank You Dr. Mercola.

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

Heart Disease Test May Predict Dementia Better than Cognitive Tests


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    At first glance, heart disease and dementia

may seem to ave little in common, but these two chronic
degenerative conditions appear to have a common underlying

    This was recently revealed by new research looking at how
to best test for your future risk of these conditions. It turns
out that the same test that predicts your future risk of heart
disease is better at predicting your risk of dementia than a
specific dementia-risk test.

Heart Disease Test Better at Predicting Dementia Risk.

    During the 10-year study, middle-age participants were tested
for their risk of both heart disease/stroke and dementia.

    While the heart disease and stroke risk tests factored in age,
blood pressure, cholesterol levels, smoking and diabetes, the
dementia risk test included such factors as education, body-mass
index (BMI), and whether the participant had a gene associated with

The heart disease and stroke risk scores were taken from the
Framingham study.

Memory and thinking abilities were tested three times over the
study duration, and each time all three tests were able to predict
cognitive decline.

    However, the heart disease and stroke risk tests had a stronger
association with dementia risk, suggesting that they are better tools
for predicting future cognitive decline than the dementia risk test.
This makes perfect sense, since many of the risk factors associated
with heart disease are also associated with poor brain health as
you age.

Heart Disease and Dementia Have Similar Risk Factors

    The sooner you realize that your entire body is interconnected,
and imbalances or damage occurring within it can impact your health
on multiple levels, including leading to numerous chronic diseases,
the better.

    This is certainly the case with heart disease, stroke and dementia,
which share several underlying risk factors; for instance, arterial
plaque. If plaque builds up in your carotid arteries, the blood flow
to your brain can be compromised, since your carotids are the primary
arteries serving your brain.

    This arterial obstruction can lead to many different serious
conditions, including stroke, heart attack and dementia.

    Diabetes is another risk factor for both heart disease and
Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia. And while it’s widely known that heart
disease is often caused by a poor diet, recent research showed that
Alzheimer’s disease may have dietary roots as well.

    It's becoming increasingly clear that the same pathological process
that leads to insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes may also hold true
for your brain.

    As you over-indulge on sugar and grains, your brain becomes
overwhelmed by the consistently high levels of insulin and eventually
shuts down its insulin signaling, leading to impairments in your thinking
and memory abilities, and eventually causing permanent brain damage.

    Insulin resistance is the basis of all of the chronic diseases
of aging, including heart disease, dementia and diabetes.

One of the Best Tests for Determining Your Heart Disease Risk

    Most conventional heart-disease risk tests factor in your
cholesterol levels as a primary component of the score. But you can
have low or normal LDL (“bad”) or total cholesterol and still be at
high risk from heart disease. Alternatively, you can have high or
normal total or LDL cholesterol yet be at low risk.

    I recently spoke with Chris Kresser, L.Ac., an acupuncturist
and a licensed integrative medicine clinician, who has investigated
risk factors for heart disease and promotes the use of a relatively
novel method for assessing your heart disease risk based on your
LDL particle number.

According to Kresser, this is a much more accurate predictor of your

heart disease risk.

He explains:
        “To use an analogy: if you imagine your bloodstream’s like a
river, the LDL particles are like the boats that carry the cholesterol
and fats around your body. The cholesterol and fats are like cargo in
the boats. Right now doctors are usually measuring the amount of cargo
or cholesterol in the LDL particles.

        But what we should be measuring is the number of LDL particles,
or the number of boats in the river, so to speak, because that’s a much
more accurate risk factor for heart disease.”

Where to Find the LDL Particle Test: NMR LipoProfile

    The NMR is a relatively expensive test so another inexpensive
alternative to determine if you have a large number of LDL particles is
to simply measure your triglyceride:HDL ratio. Ideally that ratio should
be below 2.0. However, clearly the NMR is a more precise measure of LDL
particles. Some groups, such as the National Lipid Association, are now
starting to shift the focus toward LDL particle number instead of total
and LDL cholesterol, but it still has not hit mainstream. Fortunately,
if you know about it, you can take control of your health and either
ask your doctor for this test, or order it yourself.


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Larry Nelson
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Belton, Tx. 76513

Friday, August 23, 2013

Eight Tips for Eating and Drinking




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    Throughout history, 


new discoveries have revolutionized the way societies of the time regarded meal times. First, the discovery of fire changed a predominantly raw ancient diet to one of cooked foods, which some believe gave humans the extra calories they needed for their brains to get bigger, ultimately allowing for the use of tools and the creation of art and religion.

    Much later, historically speaking, the relatively new invention of the fork altered the way we eat and chew our food, such that it changed the structure of the human jaw.

    In the modern day, you may think there’s not much new to be discovered when it comes to eating and drinking, but science is still uncovering all kinds of wondrous information that can help you to live healthier.

    In some cases, the tips that follow may challenge you to step outside your culinary comfort zone; in others, they may take you on a trip to the past to embrace culinary techniques of generations past. In any case, there’s a good chance you might learn something new about food, drinks and how to structure your diet.

8 Tips for Eating and Drinking

    1.  Eat Fermented Foods

        The process of fermentation can transform ordinary vegetables into superfoods, a “secret” that has been embraced by many cultures for thousands of years. The culturing process increases the presence of beneficial microbes that are extremely important for human health as they help balance your intestinal flora, thereby boosting overall immunity.

        Your gut literally serves as your second brain, and even produces more of the neurotransmitter serotonin — known to have a beneficial influence on your mood — than your brain does, so maintaining a healthy gut will benefit your mind as well as your body.

        Fermented foods are also some of the best chelators and detox agents available, meaning they can help rid your body of a wide variety of pernicious toxins, including heavy metals.

        Ideally, you'll want to include a variety of cultured foods and beverages in your diet, as each food will inoculate your gut with a variety of different microorganisms. Fermented foods you can easily make at home include the following, and you can find detailed instructions for how to ferment vegetables here:

            Cultured vegetables (including pureed baby foods)
            Condiments, such as salsa and mayonnaise
            Cultured dairy, such as yoghurt, kefir, and sour cream
            Fish, such as mackerel and Swedish gravlax

    2.  Include Sprouts in Your Diet

        Sprouts are another superfood that can contain up to 30 times more vital nutrients than even raw organic vegetables. When seeds are sprouted, the protein and fiber content increases, as does the content of vitamins and essential fatty acids. Minerals such as calcium and magnesium also become more bioavailable. In general, sprouts have the following beneficial attributes:

        Support for cell regeneration
        Powerful sources of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and enzymes 
        that protect against free radical damage
        Alkalizing effect on your body, which is thought to protect 
        against disease, including cancer (as many tumors are acidic)

         Abundantly rich in oxygen, which can also help protect against abnormal cell growth,
         viruses  and bacteria that cannot survive in an oxygen-rich environment.

        Sprouts are incredibly easy and inexpensive to grow at home, making them a nutritional powerhouse that virtually everyone can enjoy. I used to grow sprouts in Ball jars over 10 years ago but now I am strongly convinced that growing them in soil is far easier and produces far more nutritious and abundant food. It is also less time consuming. I am in the process of compiling detailed videos to explain this process for future articles but you can see some of my preliminary sprouting photos now.

    3.  Rethink Your Breakfast

        If you’re still eating a sugar-filled, grain-heavy breakfast (bagels, pancakes, toast, cereal) this is among the worst choices for the morning. A recent study found that eating a breakfast high in protein, such as eggs and meat, makes you less likely to binge on junk foods later that night,1 but even this may not be the best breakfast choice.

        However, omitting breakfast entirely, as part of an intermittent fasting schedule (see tip #4 below), can actually have a number of phenomenal health benefits, from improving your insulin sensitivity to shifting your body into burning more fat instead of sugar for fuel. This is because eating first thing in the morning coincides with your circadian cortisol peak, that is, the time of day when your cortisol (a stress hormone) levels rise and reach their peak.

        The circadian cortisol peak impacts your insulin secretion, such that when you eat during this time it leads to a rapid and large insulin release and a corresponding rapid drop in blood sugar levels, more so than when you eat at other times of the day.

        If you're healthy, your blood sugar levels won't drop to a dangerously low level (such as can occur with hypoglycemia) but they can drop low enough to make you feel hungry. So, although skipping breakfast goes against the conventional idea that you should not skip meals, omitting breakfast could actually make it easier for you to control food cravings and hunger throughout the day.

    4.  Intermittent Fasting May Help You Achieve Optimal Health

        Intermittent fasting, also known as “scheduled eating,” does not necessarily mean abstaining from all food for extended periods of time. Rather it refers to limiting your eating to a narrow window of time each day. Simply eat all meals or snacks during a limited window of time.

        Ideally, you’ll want to limit your eating to a window of about 6-8 hours each day (say from noon to 6 p.m.), which means you’re fasting daily for 16-18 hours. This is enough to get your body to shift into fat-burning mode, and applies whether you’re restricting the number of calories you consume during this time or not.

        Typically you start by not eating anything for three hours prior to going to sleep. This will give you a head start to the fasting process so if you sleep for 8 hours you’ve already fasted for 11 hours when you awake. The next step is to wait as long as you can before you start your first meal or “break” your fast. You can gradually extend the time that you have your first meal by 15 to 30 minutes a day. So after several weeks you will be having your first meal at lunch. Generally, the more your body uses carbs as its primary fuel rather than fat, the longer this will take. Once you shift to fat-burning mode, modern research has confirmed some of the benefits to be:

            Normalizing your insulin sensitivity, which is key for optimal health as insulin resistance is a
           primary contributing factor to nearly all chronic disease, from diabetes to heart disease and
           even cancer
            Normalizing ghrelin levels, also known as "the hunger hormone"
            Promoting human growth hormone (HGH) production, which plays an important part in
            health, fitness and slowing the aging process
            Lowering triglyceride levels
            Reducing inflammation and lessening free radical damage

    5.  Take Time to Chew Your Food

        A good portion of your digestive enzymes is actually produced in your mouth, not in your stomach. Digestion actually begins in your mouth, and chewing your food longer allows the food to be broken down better. As you chew, enzymes from the salivary glands also begin chemically breaking down food molecules into a size your body can absorb.

        If you often find your stomach feels like a big knot after you've eaten, you're probably swallowing your food in pieces that are far too large. Chewing your food properly has a number of additional beneficial side effects. For example, chewing your food twice as long as you normally would will instantly help you control your portion sizes, which naturally decreases calorie consumption. You're also likely to find that you actually enjoy the taste of the food more if you eat slower.

    6.  Eat Locally Grown and Organic Food as Much as Possible

        There are a number of reasons why eating locally grown organic is better for you and the environment. Organic foods expose you to fewer pesticides -- about 30 percent on average while organic meats also reduce your risk of antibiotic-resistant bacteria by an average of 33 percent. Plus, research has shown that organic fruits and veggies can be more nutritious and better at fighting off diseases like cancer.

        For instance, one recent study showed that fruit flies had greater fertility and longevity when fed organic food. Another major benefit of organically grown foods is the reduction in your toxic load through reduced exposure to agricultural chemicals, such as synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides, which can cause a wide variety of health problems.

        From an environmental standpoint, organic farming is far better for the health of the planet and the animals being raised for food. If you're on a tight budget but want to improve your diet by shopping organic, animal products like meat, raw dairy, poultry and eggs are the place to start. Since animal products tend to accumulate toxins from their pesticide-laced feed, concentrating them to far higher concentrations than are typically present in vegetables, I strongly recommend you buy only organically raised animal foods, ideally from a small farmer or food co-op in your community.

    7.  Your Diet Can Dictate Your Mood

        You may turn to junk food when you’re feeling stressed out, bored or lonely, but doing so is likely to make your bad mood worse. Sugar is one of the worst offenders, and is known to suppress activity of a key hormone called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which is critically low in depressed patients. It also promotes chronic inflammation, which is thought to be a primary cause of depression.

        The secret to improving your mood is also in your gut, as unhealthy gut flora can impact your mental health, leading to issues like anxiety and depression. In fact, the greatest concentration of serotonin, which is involved in mood control, depression and aggression, is found in your intestines, not your brain! My free nutrition plan can help you choose the right foods to support a positive mood.

    8.  Too Much Alcohol Can Make You Fat

        Alcohol is high in empty calories, of course, but it can add extra inches to your waistline through another mechanism as well. When you drink alcohol, your body stops burning fat and calories in order to break down the alcohol first. This means that what you ate recently is likely to be stored as fat. Drinking alcohol also impairs your prefrontal cortex, which is related to impulsivity, making you more likely to binge on unhealthy foods.

        When it comes to alcohol, I generally define "moderate" alcohol intake (which is allowed in the beginner phase of my nutrition plan) as a 5-ounce glass of wine, a 12-ounce beer or 1 ounce of hard liquor with a meal, per day. As you progress further, I do recommend eliminating all forms of alcohol.

 A full 80 percent of the health benefits you reap from a healthy lifestyle can be attributed to your diet, with the remaining 20 percent coming from exercise. The challenge is that dietary advice can be a bit of a moving target. It needs to be regularly revised based on new research and wisdom from personal explorations of applying this research.

In my recently revised nutrition plan, you can take advantage of information that has taken me more than 30 years to compile, newly updated with recommendations such as the addition of fermented vegetables as a source of healthful probiotics and using intermittent fasting and high-intensity exercise to really optimize your health. I encourage you to go through it from the beginning, as this plan is one of the most powerful tools to truly allow you and your family to not only optimize your eating but also take control of your health.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

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Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Worst Fish to Eat in Terms of Environmental Toxins.




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The Best and Worst Fish to Eat in Terms of Environmental Toxins

    Interestingly enough, and fortunately for us, the types of fish that tend
to suffer the least amount of toxic contamination also happen to be some of
the best sources of fat and antioxidants. So, by choosing wisely, the
benefits of a diet high in fish can still outweigh the risks.

    Most major waterways in the world are contaminated with mercury, heavy
metals, and chemicals like dioxins, PCBs, and other agricultural chemicals
that wind up in the environment. However, the risk of authentic wild-caught
Alaskan sockeye salmon accumulating high amounts of mercury and other
toxins is reduced because of its short life cycle, which is only about three years.

Additionally, bioaccumulation of toxins is also reduced by the fact that it
doesn’t feed on other, already contaminated, fish.

    If you still want to take precautions, you can do what I do: Whenever I
eat fish, I eat it with chlorella tablets. The chlorella is a potent mercury
binder and if taken with fish will help bind the mercury before your body can
absorb it, so it can be safely excreted in your stool.

    Other fish with short lifecycles also tend to be better alternatives in
terms of fat content, so it’s a win-win situation – lower contamination risk
and higher nutritional value. A general guideline is that the closer to the
bottom of the food chain the fish is, the less contamination it will have
accumulated. This includes:


    If you insist on eating typical, store-bought fish and want to know more
about the extent of your mercury exposure, I urge you to check out the online
mercury calculator8 at to get an idea of the risks.

Additionally, as mentioned above, you may want to consider taking natural
mercury chelators with any fish dinner. This includes zeolite (green clay),
chlorella, and fermented vegetables. Larger fish, which tend to live longer
and have the highest contamination levels and should be avoided include
(please note this is not an exhaustive listing):

Tuna (tuna steaks, sushi, and canned)
Sea bass and largemouth bass 
Sword fish    
White croaker

 Enjoy Your Fish, But Choose Wisely!

    Fish has always been the best source for the animal-based omega-3 fats
EPA and DHA, but as levels of pollution have increased, this treasure of a
food has become less and less viable as a primary source of healthful fats.
However, there are still exceptions, and the key is to understand which types
of fish are the least contaminated.

    I strongly recommend buying wild fish, and Wild Alaskan salmon is in my
opinion one of the absolute best, both in terms of nutrition and potential

    Remember, fish farms are the aquatic version of a confined animal feeding
operation (CAFO), and just like land-based cattle and chicken farms, fish
farms breed disease due to crowding too many fish together in a small space.
They also produce toxic waste, and fish of inferior quality. These fish are
further contaminated by drugs and genetically engineered corn and soy meal
feed, and in the case of salmon, synthetic astaxanthin, which is made from
petrochemicals that are not approved for human consumption.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

 Beware, as Media Tries to Mislead You...


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 Beware, as Media Tries to Mislead You About Healthful Fish Choices

    According to lead author Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard, the reason we need omega-3 is because 95 percent of your cells’ membranes are made of fat. Without fats such as omega-3, your cells cannot function properly. He recommends eating one or two servings of fatty fish per week to optimize your blood levels of omega-3. Interestingly enough, the New York Times gets quite specific about the types of fish recommended:

        “...3.5 ounces of farmed salmon, 5 ounces of anchovies or herring, or 15 to 18 ounces of cod or catfish.”

    Farmed salmon?

    I think not... That is one of your WORST options, for a number of reasons that I will detail below. Cod and catfish also primarily come from aquatic fish farms these days. Unfortunately, fish farming has become big business, and a protected one at that. To learn more about this sad state of affairs, please see my recent article on the film Salmon Confidential, which details how salmon farms threaten the entire ecosystem in Canada’s British Columbia, and how the Canadian government is covering it up to protect the farming industry.

    Let me put it to you plainly: If you want to maximize health benefits from fish, you want to steer clear of farmed fish, particularly farmed salmon, and even more specifically genetically engineered farmed salmon. On December 21, 2012, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took a giant step closer toward the final approval of the first genetically engineered (GE) food animal – a salmon designed to grow abnormally fast,4 and to an unnaturally large size. It now appears the first GE fish could reach your dinner plate within the next year or two, unless a sufficiently strong opposition is mounted.

How to Identify Wild Salmon from Farm-Raised

    Unfortunately, salmon are often mislabeled (and genetically engineered foods don’t require any labeling at all as of yet). Studies have shown that as much as 70 to 80 percent of the fish marked "wild" are actually farmed. This includes restaurants, where 90-95 percent of salmon is farmed, yet may be mis-listed on the menu as "wild."

    So how can you tell whether a salmon is wild or farm-raised? The flesh of wild sockeye salmon is bright red, courtesy of its natural astaxanthin content. It’s also very lean, so the fat marks, those white stripes you see in the meat, are very thin. If the fish is pale pink with wide fat marks, the salmon is farmed. Avoid Atlantic salmon, as typically salmon labeled "Atlantic Salmon" currently comes from fish farms.

    The two designations you want to look for are: “Alaskan salmon,” and “sockeye salmon,” as Alaskan sockeye is not allowed to be farmed. So canned salmon labeled "Alaskan Salmon" is a good bet, and if you find sockeye salmon, it's bound to be wild. Again, you can tell sockeye salmon from other salmon by its color; its flesh is bright red opposed to pink, courtesy of its superior astaxanthin content. Sockeye salmon actually has one of the highest concentrations of astaxanthin of any food.

Why Farmed Salmon is an Inferior Choice

    As the first video discusses, there are three major differences between wild-caught and farmed salmon, and once you realize how different the fish are, based on how they were raised, you’ll see why opting for the cheaper alternative isn’t the wisest choice – especially if you’re seeking to improve your omega-3 to omega-6 ratio:

        Nutritional content – Wild salmon swim around in the wild, eating what nature programmed them to eat. Therefore, their nutritional profile is more complete, with micronutrients, fats, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants like astaxanthin (which gives salmon its pink, or in the case of sockeye, red-colored, flesh.)

        Farmed salmon, on the other hand, are fed an artificial diet consisting of grain products like corn and soy (most of which is genetically modified), along with chicken and feather meal, artificial coloring, and synthetic astaxanthin, which is not approved for human consumption, but is permitted to be used in fish feed.

        Mother Nature never intended fish to eat these things, and as a consequence of this radically unnatural diet, the nutritional content of their flesh is also altered, and not for the better. Farmed salmon taste different than wild-caught, and much of it has to do with the altered fat ratio, which is dramatically different. Farmed salmon contain far more omega-6, courtesy of their grain-based diet.

        The ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fat of wild salmon is far superior to farmed. Wild salmon typically has 600 to 1,000 percent more omega-3s compared to omega-6s. So whereas farmed salmon has a 1 to 1 ratio of omega-3s and omega-6s – again due to its “junk food” diet – the ratio for wild sockeye salmon is between 6 and 9 to 1. This is important, because if you’re trying to improve your omega-3 to omega-6 balance, you simply will not accomplish it with farmed salmon.

        Fish Health – Wild salmon return to their native spawning grounds each year, without you having to do anything, while farmed salmon are kept in pens. Naturally, fish swimming in the wild get more exercise, and this alone make wild fish healthier than their incarcerated counterparts. As explained by Tony Farrell with the University of British Columbia Zoology department, fish kept in constrained environments become the aquatic version of “couch potatoes,” with similar health consequences as humans face when we don’t exercise enough.

        Recent research has shown that survival rates of fish that have received sufficient exercise is 13 percent higher than the “couch potato” controls, and the exercise-conditioned fish had better growth, and stronger immune systems, courtesy of certain gene activations.

        Environment – Nearly 99 percent of farmed salmon are raised in net pens in the open ocean. All the excess food that is dropped in ends up going out in the environment – the genetically engineered ingredients, the pesticides, the antibiotics and chemical additives. Anything the fish do not consume, along with all their now unnatural waste products, end up contaminating the environment. To learn more about the many hazards of fish farming, check out Farmed And

    There’s also the vegetarian or vegan ethical aspect. Wild sockeye salmon are the vegetarians of the salmon world. Their diet consists of krill, plankton and algae, and they are caught at the very end of their life cycle. By the time they enter the fishing grounds, they’ve lived 95 percent of their natural life in the wild. At the end of their life, they fight their way up-river to spawn, after which they die a natural death – unless they’re caught by fishermen or get eaten by some other predator.

Lethal Salmon Virus Found in Every Region with Installed Salmon Farms

    According to whistle blower Dr. Rick Rutledge, professor and fisheries statistician at Simon Fraser University in Canada, wild river inlet sockeye have been found to be infected with Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus (ISA), also known as salmon influenza. This highly lethal and much-feared virus is directly attributed to farmed salmon, and has proliferated in every region across the globe where Atlantic salmon farms have been installed.

    At least 11 species of fish in the British Columbia’s Fraser River have also been found to be infected with ISA, yet the Canadian food inspection agency has aggressively refuted the findings. In fact, everyone who has spoken up about these salmon viruses, which can be traced back to salmon farms, have been shut down in some way or another. By muzzling scientists looking into this problem, the Canadian government is allowing potentially contaminated farm-raised salmon to be sold, exported, and consumed, which is yet another reason to avoid farmed salmon.

    In fact, Canadian farmed salmon purchased in various stores and sushi restaurants around British Columbia have tested positive for at least three different salmon viruses, including ISA, salmon alpha viruses, and Piscine reovirus, which gives salmon a heart attack and prevents them from swimming up river. Aside from the unknown effects on human health from eating salmon with lethal fish viruses, these contaminated farmed salmon may also pose a threat to local watersheds far from the site of origination, as viruses are preserved by cold so when you wash the fish the viruses get flushed down your drain...


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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Wild Alaskan Salmon...


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    A slew of media reports encouraging you to eat more fish 

have surfaced lately, following the publication of a study on omega-3 fats and health. The research, published in The Annals of Internal Medicine,1 suggests that eating oily fish once or twice a week may increase your lifespan.

    Naturally, there’s still the issue of environmental pollution and contamination, which was not addressed in this study. Do the benefits of eating fish really outweigh the risks of contamination?

    In my view, I believe the benefits CAN outweigh the risks, provided you make really wise choices. There are few uncontaminated fish available these days so you need to know what to look for.

    Needless to say, toxins like mercury and PCB will not do your health any favors.

    Lately, I’ve shifted my own diet a bit, and am now eating three ounces of Wild Alaskan salmon about every other day. But this is really the ONLY fish I’ll eat on a regular basis, and the only one I feel comfortable recommending as a good source of healthful fats.

Higher Blood Levels of Omega-3 Associated with Longer Life Span

    The featured study investigated how eating fatty fish affected health. Nearly 2,700 American seniors in their seventies were included in the study. None of them had prevalent coronary heart disease (CHD), stroke, or heart failure at the outset of the study.

    Rather than rely on food diaries, the researchers measured blood levels of omega-3’s instead. Since none of the participants took omega-3 supplements, their levels were indicative of their omega-3 consumption primarily from fish.

    Phospholipid fatty acid levels and cardiovascular risk factors were measured in 1992, and the relationships with mortality and incidents of fatal or non-fatal CHD and stroke were assessed through 2008 – a total of 16 years. According to the featured NPR article:2

        “After controlling for factors like age, sex and lifestyle, the researchers found that, on average, adults with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids lived 2.2 years longer. In particular, these adults had a 35 percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease – which is in line with other studies that have tied omega-3’s to cardiovascular benefits. Higher levels of fatty acids were most strongly associated with decreased risk of coronary heart disease and stroke.”

    Compared to those in the lowest percentiles, those with omega-3 blood levels in the highest 20 percent were:

        27 percent less likely to die of any cause
        40 percent less likely to die of coronary heart disease, and
        48 percent less likely to die of an arrhythmia

    One drawback is that since it was not a randomized trial, the findings cannot prove causation, meaning there’s no way of telling whether higher omega-3 blood levels were solely responsible for the health effects. That said, there’s ample evidence that omega-3 is critical for optimal health, particularly cardiovascular health, so this research provides additional support for the value of optimizing your omega-3 intake.

    In the following video, I interview Randy Hartnell, founder-president of Vital Choice Wild Seafood and Organics, about the differences between wild and farmed salmon. Hartnell spent more than 20 years as a commercial fisherman before forming his company in 2001, which features sustainably harvested wild salmon that are particularly low in heavy metals.


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Monday, August 19, 2013

What is Mammography Industries Solution?


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What is Mammography Industries Solution?

    The “new and improved” 3D TOMOSYNTHESIS mammogram, still requiring mechanical compression, and 30 percent more radiation! We know all levels of ionizing radiation can cause cancer but, astonishingly, radiologists still want you to have your traditional mammogram screening first, followed by tomosynthesis mammogram for those with dense breasts or an area of suspicion. When my local Radiology Community approached me in an effort to disprove my concerns, I posed one simple question: Can you show me, one well-designed study that proves screening mammography has improved ultimate survival rates? I am still waiting for their answer.

    We cannot prove that screening mammography improves the ultimate survival rate. A quick look at the SEER data would suggest treatment has improved, by a decline in the death rate since 1998 of 1.9 percent.8 For every 1,000 women in this country, today 125 will ultimately be diagnosed with breast cancer. Of those 125, over 40 will be over-diagnosed, and receive treatment they never needed, and suffer the potential psychological consequences of a cancer diagnosis. That leaves about 80, of which 28 will die of breast cancer. The decline since 1998 in the death rate means that for our 28 women who would have otherwise died from breast cancer, 2 more out of 1000 women diagnosed with breast cancer survived due to over a decade of treatment advances.

    But, we really don’t know what actually saved those 2 women, of the 125 diagnosed with breast cancer for every 1,000 women in our group. If we attribute anything to lifestyle changes we have emphasized recently (which has been shown repeatedly to work), then either we wipe out any improved survival rate from decades of treatment advances, or worse, we cause death to some of those 40 women who were over-diagnosed!

If You Have Dense Breasts it is Even Worse

    Breast density laws have now been passed in California,9 Connecticut, New York, Virginia and Texas making it mandatory for radiologists to inform their patients, who have dense breast tissue (40 to 50 percent of women) that mammograms are basically useless for them. Dense breast tissue and cancer both appear white on an X-ray, making it nearly impossible for a radiologist to detect cancer in these women. It’s like trying to find a snowflake in a blizzard. A law is now being considered at a Federal level as well.

    Some radiologists already provide density information to their patients, and encourage them to utilize other options like thermography, ultrasound and/or MRI. I believe it reasonable for a woman to trust that her radiologist is not withholding vital density information. Unfortunately, many have kept this potentially lifesaving data from women for decades, and our government agencies have failed to protect them from this unethical practice.

    I know it is extremely difficult to navigate through all of the contradicting information and study findings. It would better serve women if efforts, money and resources were utilized on educating women on cancer prevention, being that 95 percent of disease is lifestyle related. Yet 40,000 women continue to die of breast cancer each year. The only way to reduce this number is through utilizing preventative therapies.

Basic Cancer Prevention Strategies

    As mentioned above, many women are completely unaware that the science backing the use of mammograms is sorely lacking, and that more women are being harmed by regular mammograms than are saved by them. Many also do not realize that the “new and improved” 3D tomosynthesis mammogram actually delivers even MORE ionizing radiation than the older version. This is not a step forward...

    Please understand that there are other screening options, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, and you have a right to utilize those options. Also remember that in order to truly avoid breast cancer, you need to focus your attention on prevention.

    A few simple, yet great options to assist in your efforts to avoid breast cancer are: making sure you are getting enough vitamin D, K2 and iodine; that you utilize lymphatic massage; use stress management techniques, exercise often, and balance your hormones naturally. It is also wise to eat a Mediterranean diet consisting of organic foods. Avoid processed and GMO foods; and toxic environments.

    In my practice, I recommend breast thermography, even for young women to get a baseline, but also combine the imaging not only with a review of the findings, but more importantly, as a venue to educate women on breast health. It is far more effective to prevent breast cancer, than it is to wait until it is there and then treat it. We are all different so make sure you consult with your doctor and do your own research before utilizing any of these suggestions.

    The advice I give all of my patients is to be your own health advocate, do your own research and always ask questions before agreeing to any therapy or treatment, screening and/or procedure.

About the Author:

    Dr. Johnnie Ham, MD, former Lieutenant Colonel of the US Army Medical Corps, is the Medical Director of Coastal Prestige Medical Services, Pismo Beach, CA. Coastal Prestige Physicians offer top-notch comprehensive healthcare, with an emphasis on evidence-based primary care and preventive health for all ages.

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Sunday, August 18, 2013

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Mammography: Are There Pros, or is It Just a Con?

    Many women are completely unaware that the science backing the use of
mammograms is sketchy at best. As was revealed in a 2011 meta-analysis by the
Cochrane Database of Systemic Reviews, mammography breast cancer screening
led to 30 percent overdiagnosis and overtreatment, which equates to an
absolute risk increase of 0.5 percent.

    There's also the risk of getting a false negative, meaning that a life-

threatening cancer is missed.

    Unfortunately, even though some high-profile people agree that
mammography has limitations as well as dangers, others prefer to ignore the
science and continue to campaign for annual screenings without so much as a
hint at the risks involved.

    Now, they’ve unrolled “new and improved” 3D TOMOSYNTHESIS mammogram,
which still requiring mechanical compression, and delivers 30 percent more

    In order to make better informed decisions, I provide my patients with
all of their screening options, their strengths and weaknesses, and I
reinforce that they have a right to utilize those options. Some of the
options may include; self and clinical breast exams, thermography, ultrasound
and/or MRI. My role as a doctor is to diagnose and treat, but I am also an
educator. I want my patients' focus to be on prevention to improve their
health and well-being.

The Industry of Cancer

    Breast cancer has become big business, starting with the multi-billion
dollar goliath, mammography. No other medical screening has been as
aggressively promoted. My passion is providing integrative primary care as an
MD for hundreds of patients. I also have over 23 combined years of military
experience as an OB/GYN, trauma surgeon, experimental test pilot, and master
army aviator.

    My training prepared me to navigate through challenging, and sometimes
life threatening situations. Unfortunately, most women do not have the
training I received, yet they could certainly use some of it to help navigate
through the fear based methods of the breast cancer industry.

    The tide of thought on mammography’s benefits is rapidly changing as
evidenced by recently published studies in the Archives of Internal

Medicine, the Lancet Review, the British Medical Journal and the Nordic
Cochrane Center; and the fact that the US Preventative Services Task Force
and the Canadian Task Force on Preventative Health Care.

Why are Nearly All Health Care Professionals Not Following Current Mammogram


    Nearly every woman age 40 and older continues to be told by their primary
care physician, their gynecologist, the media, self-proclaimed advocacy
groups, and even their medical insurance carrier, “get your annual
mammogram!” despite the fact that nearly every recent authoritative study
concludes that women should know all of the facts before agreeing to a
mammogram screening. Yet nearly all health care professionals insist on
mammograms. If a woman dare refuse, she may be chastised or worse,
threatened. These efforts have gone beyond persuasion to guilt and even
coercion, “I can’t be your doctor if you don’t get a mammogram.” Women need
to stop this runaway train, not only for their sake, but for the sake of
their daughters.

    In November 2012, the New England Journal of Medicine published a study
by Dr Archie Bleyer, MD from The Oregon Health Sciences Center, and his co-
author, Dr H. Gilbert Welch, M.D., M.P.H., from Dartmouth, challenging the
validity of mammogram screenings and concluded that mammograms have little to
no influence in the reduction of the number of women who ultimately die of
breast cancer.

    Thirty years of US government data studied found that as many as 1/3 of
cancers detected by mammography may not have been life threatening, and that
over 1 million women have been over-diagnosed; leading to unnecessary
treatments involving disfiguring surgeries; radiation and chemotherapy. They
also showed that mammogram screenings have increased from about 30 percent of
women 40 and older in 1985, to about 70 percent of women screened, proving
how effective we have been at convincing women they need to get a mammogram.

    I have witnessed this strategy for decades and I have seen the profound
psychological effect it has had on many of my patients. This paradigm has
seriously misled women regarding the actual effectiveness, and the benefits vs.
potential dangers of mammograms. They also have women confused about the
erroneous belief that mammography is their only tool. Some women actually
believe mammograms can prevent cancer, or do not realize they have the right
to say, no!

    Most women comply with the current “gold standard” in fear of the ravages
of breast cancer, convinced their annual mammogram will save their life
through early detection. It is nearly impossible for them to negate decades
of slick marketing, annual reminders from radiology imaging centers and the
exploitation of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month blitz. All of these
efforts beautifully packaged, tied up with a pretty pink ribbon.

    I take my oath to do no harm very seriously. After many years of research,
clinical practice; and due to my wife’s personal experience with mammography,
I cannot in good conscience recommend mammograms. I inform mypatients
that mammograms are considered the current “gold standard”, but Ialso make
certain they know the facts about the screening and that there are other screen
tools available.

Facts and Persisting Concerns: Mammograms

    More women are refusing mammograms. This is reflected in the dramatic
decline of 4.3 percent in 2010. Previously, mammography use had increased
annually by 1 percent between 2005 and 2009. Mammograms:

        Are incorrect 80 percent of the time (providing a false negative or
       false positive).

        Require repeated ionized radiation that can cause cancer

        Use compression, which can damage breast tissue or potentially spread

        Are not effective for up to 50 percent of women (women with dense
       breasts or implants)

        Can lead to over-diagnosis and over-treatment of non-invasive cancers

        Can lead to the disturbing practice of “preventative” double mastectomies


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