Yesterday, I phoned one of the biggest eye hospitals in the world, and asked them this question: "Do you want to cure cataracts?" The dialog went like this:
Q: Do you want to cure cataracts?
A: We remove them.
Q: I didn't ask you that. I know you remove them. I asked you, if you wanted to cure them.
A: Cure means, treat the disease. No, we can't do that. We remove them.
Q: I didn't ask you whether you can, or you can't, cure them. I asked you whether you wanted to cure them.
A: We remove them. (GAME OVER).
It was clear they did not want to cure them. To explore this further, I then phoned the university ophthalmology institute attached to the hospital, and asked them if any eye doctors from the hospital were doing research on eye diseases. Yes, they said, many eye doctors at the hospital were also doing research, please look at the website for details. There, I saw a list of around 50 names of professors and doctors, and the eye diseases they were working on. But not one of those names listed cataract in their work. I got back to the reception, and they couldn't come up with an answer either. Since cataracts are responsible for more than 50% of blindness in our world, 90 million people are living a visual nightmare because of cataracts, and cataract surgery outcomes are not always good - don't you think that's passing strange?
Cataracters, let's have some fun! Phone your local eye hospital or university ophthalmology department, and ask them whether they WANT to cure cataract. If they say they do want, ask them what they did in the past, and what they plan to do in the future. If they say they do not want, ask them why not. If you get any interesting responses, please post them here. The answers should be very entertaining!
It’s a question that has come up over and over again in the past few years. “Is canola oil the same as vegetable oil?”, “Is it as healthy as vegetable oil?”, “Canola oil vs vegetable oil in baking, which one is better?”.
The answer to these questions might surprise you. To that end, we have the answer to those questions as well as nutritional data and facts to back it up. We’ve got all the answers so that you can provide you and your family with the proper decisions for everyone’s health.
Not qualified to make a for certain answer re: defibillator and CS, but my gut feeling is that CS on the wrist would not affect the electrics of something in the chest.
Especially with this product.http://tinyurl.com/hfm2zu7 which is CS in a gel form. You can just put a dab on a individual sore, or spread it completely over the rash. Then wrap it with a gauze bandage to keep it from getting on clothes, or bedding. This will keep it in contact longer. It is advised with all CS products that you re-apply until it does it's job.
I use this product and can tell you it works, but the decision is yours.
Give feed back on how it did.
It’s hard to say which rice is the best for you as all of the different varieties have different pros and cons when it comes to rice nutrition facts, but the least healthy for you is white rice.
That is not to say that white rice is bad for you; it isn’t, but compared to the other types of rice out there.
The milling process that makes white rice white also takes a lot of the fiber away from the grain. Brown rice and wild rice are much better for you than white in terms of fiber and other nutrients.
However, white rice tends to have fewer calories than the other types of rice. Taking brown rice as the example, brown rice has more micronutrients and a lower glycemic index than white rice, but it also has more carbs and calories than white rice.
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Aerobic exercises: Aerobic exercises safely increase your heart rate. Aerobic activities include hiking, water aerobics, cycling, swimming, running, kickboxing and dancing. Picking the right aerobic exercise should be based on your personal needs, abilities and what you enjoy doing. If you’re just starting off with exercise, it’s a good idea to begin with lower impact and gentler moves, like walking and swimming. Once your heart starts to become stronger you can move up to longer hours of dancing or cycling.
Resistance training: Resistance training involves the use of weights or any other mechanism which adds resistance. When muscles are met with resistance they require more oxygenated blood which in turn increases heart rate.
At first you can use your own body as resistance, like in a push-up or squat position, but over time you can add additional weight. It’s advised that you should complete eight to 12 repetitions of at least three sets.
Stretching: You may not think that stretching can get the heart pumping, but it definitely can and is necessary for good heart health. Stretching increases flexibility and improves blood flow, so you don’t have to work as hard. You can boost your stretching by partaking in different styles of yoga.
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(NaturalNews) HEALTH RANGER REPORT FOR 7/12/2016
* Thanks to efforts from Monsanto and Whole Foods, the "DARK Act 2.0" GMO anti-labeling bill was approved by the U.S. Senate last week. It would outlaw existing GMO labeling laws nationwide. Whole Foods deliberately lied about its support for the bill, deceiving customers on social media.
* The widespread, massive sex abuse of patients by licensed doctors has been uncovered in a huge investigation by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. As this story reports, nearly all the doctors who sexually abused patients -- sometimes under anesthesia -- were allowed to keep practicing medicine. I plan to report on this in more detail soon. Click here for the recording from Robert Scott Bell that also covers this story.
* The war against glyphosate continues in Europe, where a recent 18-month extension of the herbicide's license has rallied opponents to spend the next 18 months gathering evidence in support of a permanent ban. U.S. regulators, meanwhile, continue to pretend there's nothing wrong with glyphosate. Lick it up!
* Very soon, I'll be announcing a new line of storable food meals that are all organic, laboratory validated and meticulously sourced for honest ingredients. These are powders meals that only need boiling water. They'll include favorites like sweet habanero chili and even macaroni and cheese. Most storable foods sold today are loaded with GMOs and hidden forms of MSG.
* I'm on the verge of releasing new laboratory results videos that showcase the laboratory results of off-the-shelf foods. The lab videos will be released exclusively at Share.NaturalNews.com. You can get registered there now to see all the videos and lab results data as they are posted.
* In the next few days, I'm launching a new online store with many enhancements and improvements. Everything in the store is tested for heavy metals and pesticides, as you'd expect, and the shopping experience will be even better than what we have now on Natural News.
* My new book Food Forensics starts shipping just five days from now on Amazon. Click here to order the book. This compelling book will forever change the way you look at food and supplements.
* I've just posted a new video 5 Natural Alternatives to Antibiotics. Check it out at the link, or view it below.
* We've just launched an exciting new nutritional product made with 7 different laboratory validated functional mushroom powders (all grown in the USA and lab tested to be near-zero in heavy metals). Given that most mushroom powders are contaminated with heavy metals, this is a big deal. The new product is called Seven Treasures Mushroom Powder and contains Organic Reishi Powder, Organic Shiitake Powder, Organic Cordyceps Powder, Organic Turkey Tail Powder, Organic Maitake Powder, Organic Chaga Powder and Organic Lion's Mane Powder.
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Clonus is a condition that results in involuntary muscle spasms and most commonly affects the muscles at the end of a limb. Clonus can be a condition in itself, or it can be a symptom of another condition.
Clonus mainly affects the knees, ankles, upper and lower arm muscles, and the jaw. These involuntary muscle contractions can make everyday activities quite challenging and even lead to debilitating fatigue.
Clonus is often confused with myoclonus, a condition in which the muscle uncontrollably jerks. A person cannot control clonus and living with it can be quite challenging. Here we will outline the causes, symptoms, tests, and treatments of clonus to help you have a better understanding of the condition.
Clonus is caused by a disconnect of information flowing between the central nervous system and the affected muscles. Clonus most commonly affects muscles at the ends of limbs, including ankles, wrists, etc.
Clonus can also be caused by a medical condition such as multiple sclerosis, Huntington disease, spinal cord and brain injuries, meningitis, stroke, upper motor neuron lesion, spastic paraparesis, subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, Brown-Sequard syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Uncovering the underlying cause of clonus is important to help determine which modes of treatment will yield the greatest success.
The main symptom of clonus is involuntary muscle spasms. These muscle spasms can be sudden, shock-like, intensive, and frequent. Clonus may affect only one muscle or several muscles, and it can spread to different muscle groups. A severe case of clonus can even impair speech or movement.
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Scientists at Johns Hopkins studied the effects of 10 popular weight loss programs in terms of the potential benefit to diabetics, but additional research is required before doctors can start recommending such weight loss regimens to patients.
Study leader Zoobia Chaudhry said, “A few of these programs may be a viable option for improving blood sugar control in patients with type 2 diabetes and those at risk for the disease, but we need more gold-standard studies to make that claim.”
There is a substantial amount of previous research that revealed that losing even some of the weight can significantly lower blood sugar long term in type 2 diabetics. These studies, though, have been long associated with intensive lifestyle interventions, highly controlled diets, and coached exercises, which are not readily available to the growing amount of diabetics in the U.S.
On the other hand, commercial weight loss programs like Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, and Optifast are widely available and easy to access – not to mention their cost effectiveness.
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