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ALTERNATIVES TO TREATING TYPE 2 DIABETES

If you currently have Type 2 Diabetes, don't make the mistake of thinking it can only be treated and not cured. Medication, however, will never cure the problem. It only makes you a lifetime customer. Take the Right Supplements Take a good multivitamin/mineral supplement every day. There's been a lot of press over the last few years on the dangers of vitamins and how they are a waste of money. It's all a bunch of baloney. Herbs and nutritional supplements are a major pain in the posterior for the pharmaceutical industry. Every time they introduce a new "breakthrough" treatment instead of a cure, they feel obligated to explain why the natural therapies are inferior and dangerous. Expect to se

LACK IODINE AND DIE

(Chapter reprinted from the Fountain of Youth book - Dr. John C Thie) It is a known fact that there is a difference of opinion among authorities as to what the daily requirements of iodine should be, and there is also a difference of opinion as to when a dosage of iodine becomes a "drug" and when it remains a food supplement. Because of this variance of opinion some people question the advisability of taking as much iodine daily as is needed. The amount of iodine needed daily is not always the same with each person. One day a person may need many, many times what he needed on another day. The amount needed can be established only by each person, each day. (This reference to iodine, as well a

MEASURES OF PROTECTION FROM ENERGY TRANSMISSIONS WITH IODINE

As our atmosphere is becoming much thinner and all types of energy transmissions are surrounding us, we need to take measures of protection. One simple protective nutrient to counter low dose electromagnetic radioactive fallout is in the body's own way if you have the natural reservoir stored of iodine. One of the measures taken after the Chernobyl Nuclear disaster was dispensing iodine to the surrounding citizens. The latest science news reports several solar eruptions emit mass doses of radiation toward earth. Just recently, reports show our airline pilots and crews, receive high doses of radiation. And without protective measures, people in the outdoor sun are suffering from different ski

HOW TO COMBAT THE RESURGENCE OF THYROID PROBLEMS

Dr. David G. Williams - Each month in Alternatives, I report on prac­tical tools and techniques you can use to both protect and improve your health. I also try to step back a bit and spot overall trends in our lifestyles or diets that could have a profound effect on our future health. Often by making a simple change or two in your diet, for example, you can help prevent problems that will be common in the general population years down the road. Two good examples that I've been following closely have to do with iodine and vitamin D. The mineral iodine is essential for the thy­roid gland's production of the hormone thyroxin. The thyroid uses this hormone to regulate numer­ous functions, most i

STRESSING OUT AT WORK? HORMONES MAY PLAY A ROLE

By Daneen Skube Syndicated columnist Q. I'm a 46-year old female manager with high job stress. I'm waking up at night sweating and can't get back to sleep. I also find myself intolerant of situations I formerly put up with and blurting out what I really think. Is stress making me lose my easygoing manner? Help! A. What you're describing may well be symptoms of perimenopause — the years before menopause — which makes stress much less tolerable. Since my expertise is limited to doctoring the human heart, I interviewed a renowned expert on women's health, Dr. Christiane Northrup. She writes and speaks extensively on navigating menopause so that the best years of your life can start after 50. No

NUCLEAR DISASTER AND RADIATION PROTECTION

Question: "We recently moved to an area that is in close proximity to a nuclear power plant. And since a large number of our friends and family are employed there, I ask that you not print my name, initials or city. I have concerns about radiation leakage and how it could affect my family's health, especially my two small children. Are there any precautions we could take? There's no way we can move elsewhere." Answer: "While most nuclear power plants are probably very safe, the effects of accidental radiation leakage can often be seen hundreds of miles away from the site. Just recently, it was discovered that the incidence of childhood leukemia in Greece has risen due to the Chernobyl fall

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