Thursday, November 9, 2017

Increased Childhood Cancer Rates: Looking at the Why


Increased Childhood Cancer Rates: Looking at the Why 

 

It is amazing how we see the increase of disease, but we look for ways to improve current treatments, rather than examining how or why diseases have increased. Take, for instance, childhood cancer. Over the past 40 years, it has risen 25%, and the rates are not slowing but accelerating. According to The Lancet, "In 2012, observations revealed 975,396 new cancer cases and 358,392 cancer-associated deaths among young adults worldwide, which equated to an ASR of 43.3 new cancer cases per 100,000 people per year and 15.9 cancer-associated deaths per 100,000 people per year." The current cancer risk in society overall is one in two.

What we need to do as a society is demand an inquiry to examine the evidence on what changed and why it was allowed to continue year after year for the past 40 years. Instead of resting in a state of complacency, as a society, we must demand a change--not in the treatment of disease with stronger chemo, radiation, vaccines, and more drugs--but instead, compare the events from 40 years ago to today. What we do differently now that was not done then should be the focus of discussion in order to stop the morphing global cancer monster that is killing our children.

The Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health published an essay titled, "Is It Time to Reassess Current Safety Standards for Glyphosate-based Herbicides?" They concluded that the current safety standards for glyphosate are outdated and may fail to protect public health or the environment. They also list several possible ways to improve, including epidemiological studies of exposed agricultural workers, and pregnant women and their children.

Following the glyphosate chain, Cheerios could be another culprit. Although they are commonly one of the first solid foods parents feed to their infants, independent testing found that Cheerios contain 1125.3 parts per billion glyphosate residue.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is also a growing concern, as it is the number one cause of mouth and throat cancer. We also see the global push for HPV vaccines as a means of prevention for non-infected girls and boys. When examining the evidence, HPV is mainly circulated and contracted from oral sex. Instead of vaccines, the message should be directed to prevention by practicing safe sex, and knowing your partner’s health condition before engaging in oral sex.

The cart before the horse approach is getting society nowhere, but it sure is adding to the wealth of the pharmaceutical companies selling their drugs in an accelerated manner. 
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Friday, November 3, 2017

Lyme Disease Challenges and Protocol

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Lyme Disease Challenges and Protocol 

 

Lyme disease is usually associated with ticks and summertime. However, the after effects of exposure can last much longer.

According to the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation:
Lyme is a borreliosis caused by borrelia bacteria, which commonly infects animals like birds, mice, other small rodents, and deer. Ticks pick up the bacteria by biting infected animals, and then pass it on to other animals, including human hosts. There are many strains or genospecies of borrelia that cause Lyme disease (borreliosis) in humans just as there are many strains of the flu virus that cause flu symptoms in humans, with some strains more virulent than others. Lyme disease symptoms can appear quickly or gradually over time, and they are incredibly varied and can wax and wane. The first physical signs of Lyme infection are often flu-like symptoms – sore throat, headaches, congestion, stiffness, etc. – so many people, including doctors, dismiss the symptoms as the flu or the common cold. Although a rash (specifically, a “bull’s eye” rash) is common, less than 50% of people bitten will get an over-emphasized rash.

Complicating matters, evidence now suggests that the symptoms of lyme disease may stay around in the body after treatment is completed. For 10-20 per cent of patients, the flu-like symptoms continue long after treatment is complete.

The pathogen for Lyme disease is not yet defined by traditional medicine; it is a bacterium and must be treated as such.

Each case is unique supported by patients’ blood work or other supporting pathogenic tests. This information is not intended to treat or replace the advice of a health practitioner, and only provided as a guideline for consideration with discretion given with firsthand knowledge in treating a patient.

Lyme disease must be treated aggressively or it will result in chronic weakness associated with fibromyalgia and lead to a host of other seriously underlying neurological disorders.

First thing in the morning, before breakfast and again before dinner, taken in 1 glass of water, for 8 weeks:
  • Raw apple cider vinegar, 2 TBS
  • Black Walnut 30 drops
  • Worm Wood 20 drops
  • Goldenseal 25 drops
  • Cloves 1/8 tsp.
  • SAMe liquid 15 drops 
  • Laktokhan probiotic 1 x 2
  • Calcium ascorbate 1 TSP
  • Aluminum free baking soda, ¼ TSP
  • L-Lysine 1,000 mg x 3  
Thymus Gland 2 capsules 3 times per day with food

Adrenals must be supported:
  • Adrenal Gland – take one capsules with breakfast and lunch. 
  • HGH+ 8 drops empty stomach 3 per day
  • Thyroid Support as per label instructions 
  • Colloidal Silver 3 sprays x 3 per day 30 minutes before or after food or beverages. 
Depending on each case, the Thyroid gland should be supported with glandular therapy.

For arthritic symptoms associated with Lyme disease:
  • Opti Cal/Mag with K2 Complex, 2 with breakfast and 2 with dinner
  • L-Tryptophan is most useful to take 1,500 mg per day; taken on empty stomach beginning at 8:00p.m. in the evening. Need 8 per day due to restrictive dosages with licensing.
  • Melapure Melatonin, taken before bed one 3 mg capsules or 21 drops of Sweet Dreams liquid melatonin. 
Depending on the stage of Lyme disease, if affecting neurological systems, take
Neurotransmitter Support at 3 per day on an empty stomach before breakfast. The L-Tryptophan protocol is most useful for MS and other neurological disorders, take as advised above, and increase the dosage to 9 mg of Melapure Melatonin before bed.
 
For extracting inflammation: prepare turmeric golden paste. My suggestion is to use 50% organic Turmeric, and 50% of 95% organic Curcumin.

Ingredients:
  • 1/2 cup turmeric powder (125 mls) – Use organic powder. Here are some tips to buy a good one
  • 1 cup water (250 mls)
  • 1/2 cup water extra, if needed (125 mls)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground black pepper (7.5 mls) – We need this as turmeric is absorbed poorly in body. Piperine present in black pepper helps in its absorption. Read more here.
  • 70 ml cold pressed Olive or Coconut oil – Adding fats is another way to increase the absorption of turmeric in body. Choose healthy oils such as virgin coconut to virgin olive oil.
Instructions:
  1. Add turmeric to water in a pan. Heat gently along with stirring. Do this till you get a thick paste. This can take anywhere from 6 to 10 min.
  2. If you feel your paste is watery, add some more turmeric; if you feel it has become too thick, add some water. In case you see bubbles in the mix, it means that you have not stirred it enough. But don't worry – do the stirring and after sometime it will be all right.
  3. At the end — add the pepper and oil.
  4. Keep stirring to ensure that all ingredients are mixed properly.
  5. Allow it to cool.
Notes:
One great thing about this paste is you can keep it in a jar and refrigerate it. This will ensure you can make it once and use for a few days.
Opinions vary on how long we can keep the jar, in my opinion 1-2 weeks is okay. Not more that that.
 
In the summer months, and especially if spending time outdoors in the woods, naked body inspections should be performed regularly for irregularities--be it bites, bruises, itching or rashes, new moles or lumps. In addition, we must be cognizant of what being in normal health is. So often, we ignore the small changes and begin to compensate, and within time, we feel run down, lethargic, and self-treat with added stimulants such as coffee or energy drinks, though you may be dehydrated or sleep deficient. Be aware and treat your body as soon as abnormalities appear, for when infections or disease remain untreated, they take a much greater hold than when first contacted. Practice prevention: being proactive while remaining healthy.
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