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Blood Chemistry Analysis with Dr. Weatherby

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Tips for choosing a grass fed supplier

1. Make sure your rancher raises grass fed beef so that you can take advantage of the health benefits associated with higher omega-3 fatty acids, CLA, lower saturated fats, lower cholesterol, and fewer calories. 2. The cattle should be grazing in an open, clean pasture and with no use of artificial supplements, grain or animal by-products (mad cow disease is transmitted via cows eating animal by-products). 3. Your grass farmer should be committed to using NO herbicides, NO pesticides, NO hormone implants, NO antibiotics. 4. Cattle must be moved directly from pasture to processor with no stop in a feedlot. The incidence of E.coli is dramatically reduced in cattle raised on forage and mad cow is not an issue with forage-raised beef. 5. Make sure your beef is processed in a plant that takes pride in processing each animal one at a time… not the big, high speed, factory assembly-line … Continue Reading

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Why Bone Broth is Important

Good broth will resurrect the dead,” says a South American proverb. Said Escoffier: “Indeed, stock is everything in cooking. Without it, nothing can be done.” A cure-all in traditional households and the magic ingredient in classic gourmet cuisine, stock or broth made from bones of chicken, fish and beef builds strong bones, assuages sore throats, nurtures the sick, puts vigor in the step and sparkle in love life–so say grandmothers, midwives and healers. For chefs, stock is the magic elixir for making soul-warming soups and matchless sauces. To read more click on the link below By Lind Defever

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The Thyroid: Part 1

Could thyroid be THE most important hormone in the body? According to Dr. Ray Peat PhD, it can help increase calorie burning, accelerate healing, initiate regeneration, keep sex hormones levels high, lower inflammation, improve digestion and create an overall feeling of happiness. The thyroid gland cannot do this alone. It needs the right diet and life style factors to support it. SYMPTOMS OF LOW THYROID Symptoms of hypothyroidism (low) are: fatigue, cold hands and feet, weight gain, low body temps, poor reflexes, high (usually in the 90′s) or low pulse rates, infertility (men and woman), depression, poor concentration, constipation, dry hair and skin, and as you age the outer third of the eyebrow can disappear as well as the hair on the bottom two-thirds of the leg. HYPERTHROIDISM High or hyperthyroidism is rare. It is referred to as Grave’s disease. It results in a high metabolism. When you are truly … Continue Reading

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Vaccines: Weapons of Mass Destruction

Vaccines: Weapons of Mass Destruction By Chris Dillon Read this article first! Early this week Bill Gates announced at the TED Convention  “if we do a really great job on new vaccines… we could lower [world population] by 10 or 15 percent?” This is coming from the man who donated hundreds of millions of dollars towards the vaccine industry. Clearly, this statement implies that vaccines are a method of population reduction. What was Bill Gates thinking? This is another reason why I am an Apple user. I am not going to get into the deep details of vaccines and the horrendous damage that it can do to our society because there is plenty of information out there to support this. Since 2002, Flu virus vaccines contained “live” viruses and produced many severe reactions. The new formula for flu vaccines is called “subvirion”, which basically is a mutilated virus. It has … Continue Reading

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Blood Sugar Regulation 101

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The Flu: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Truth

The Flu: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Truth. By Chris Dillon Driving by my local supermarket today, I see a long line of senior citizens. I was wondering if there was a special today on Metamucil. Then it hit me, its time for the their flu shots. It is so heart breaking seeing them lined up as cattle going into the slaughter, which isn’t too far from the truth. I am going to share in brief the truth about the flu, the myths of the vaccines and their benefits and what we can do about it. Viruses don’t kill people. If someone is sick and also has a virus, they are not sick because of the virus. A sickness must first exist before a virus can show up. Viruses are inert proteins that the body produces in order to attack and dissolve such noxious substances. Viruses are not … Continue Reading

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Eclampsia: The WHY’s Behind It!

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Repiration..neck pain, constipation and more!

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Estrogen Dominance

When your hormones are in balance, everything from digestion to immunity works properly.  You feel great, look great, have the energy of a teenager, and your sex drive is normal.  This is your body performing at its best. Hormonal imbalance is created when the ratio of estrogen to progesterone sways too much one way or another.  The most common extreme imbalance is excess estrogen in relation to progesterone.  This is called “Estrogen Dominance.” For an overview about hormones and their changes over a woman’s lifetime, please read the Hormonal Balance  page. The information below about estrogen dominance provides more in-depth information about hormones and estrogen dominance, for both women and men. Estrogens and Progesterone Overview Two types of sex (steroid) hormones are estrogens and progesterone. There are three estrogens: B-estradiol, estrone and estriol.  B-estradiol is by far the most potent. It is 12 times more potent than estrone and 80 … Continue Reading

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