My most prominent topic is cardio-vascular disease (you will see later that I just broke one of my own rules). I have a book for those that want to dig into all the details and an article for those who want to understand the major points but not spend as much time. First comes the article:
Here’s my book on osteoporosis. An important part is based upon the “Theory of Biological Transmutation of Elements” first described by Louis Kervran.
HIV/AIDS has a reputation as being a deadly infectious disease. It certainly has been implicated in the deaths of millions in the past few decades. But if you understand how the HIV virus works, you will see that it’s not very infectious and easy to control with nutritional therapy. Most of this article is based upon the book “What Really Causes AIDS” by Harold Foster PhD.
Your immune system is key to preventing and limiting all infectious diseases but also cancer. Therefore keeping you immune system “topped off” is important for everyone.
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) is in conventional medical circles a mystery disease with no known cause and no known cure. But there is ample evidence that it is just an extreme form of vitamin C deficiency and therefore very easy to prevent. It’s also much easier to treat when you know “the nature of the beast”.
It is a paradox that one of the most dangerous places to be is in a hospital. Here is an article that is essentially a “safety manual” for hospital stays as well as preparing for going into the hospital.
Medical science is essentially “for sale” on the open market to the highest bidder. This has become so prevalent that any physician worth his salt needs to be able to pick apart a medical study to see if the conclusions can be used to guide treatment and further investigation or if they were just engineered to meet the financial needs of the organization that funded the study. Here is a study that I pulled apart as an example. The results were not encouraging.
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) has a very unusual characteristic. I will pass through human skin very easily and it will take almost any small or medium-sized molecule with it. This bring up the possibility of using DMSO as a “carrier” in unusual circumstances. The following article was published in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and it describes a successful treatment of a painful calcium deposit on my hip and a long-standing and painful case of spinal stenosis.
Statin drugs are a contentious topic among both physicians and heart patients. There are a lot of side effects, and the “benefits” are debatable. This is an article by Stephanie Seneff PhD, MIT researcher, that is my favorite article to describe that actual functions of statins. With her permission, I have re-written section 10.
Hundreds of millions of people across the globe take an aspirin-a-day in an attempt to prevent a heart attack. Owen Fonorow in 1999 wrote and article that I commonly refer to in my heart disease talks. The article questions the use of aspirin therapy and also proposes an alternative.
ARDS is a mysterious disease that, just in the United States, strikes over 200,000 people and kills almost 50 thousand each year. It has an odd collection of associated syndromes and five decades after it was first described, it still remains a disease that has no known cause and no known cure. This article will identify the cause which will also pin down the cure. Hint: It’s something you can both prevent and treat without a medical license.