Archive for May, 2010

Many of you have been asking about hCG. Due to the volume of requests, we have conducted research over the past weeks. We cannot endorse the 500 calorie protocol of the popular diet. Vital nutrients must be taken in daily to maintain good brain and body function. It is not possible to get proper nutrition with only 500 calories per day.
The claim that your body will be getting what it needs from fat stores is not supported by research. We are aware that there are many success stories about the hCG diet but the jury is still out, much of the anecdotal evidence shows a cycle of weight loss and regain in people who have used this method over a period of years.
We are pleased to be able to offer a homeopathic option by Deseret Biologicals along with a sensible protocol for good nutrition as the weight is being lost. The HCG Complex developed by Deseret is a combination of homeopathic hCG, appetite suppresants, and nutrients. The cost is 50-60% less than the popular diet and we feel it is much safer.
Call the office 417-326-7845 or come by to learn more.
Also, check out the KSPR news story on HCG.
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This video from the University of Calgary thoroughly shows how brain cells degenerate and die when being exposed to mercury. This is the same neurotoxin that is found in vaccines (and dental amalgam fillings), which has led the the massive increase with people suffering from autism and other neurological diseases (mainly children). Mercury is one of the most toxic substances you can put in a human body. It is a heavy metal known to contribute to neurological disorders, including autism, dementia, and even Alzheimer’s disease. Mercury also tends to build up in tissues in the human body and is not easily removed, so even small exposures to mercury can accumulate over time and end up compromising the health of the person involved. It’s vital you do the proper research before you plan to get any sort of vaccine injected in you especially if you are planning to have your children vaccinated.

Check out this 4 minute video clip:

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Last night on Dr. Oz he introduced a fairly new drug called Gleevec.  I believe it’s worth checking out for those with cancer already.  It was originally introudeced for Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML), but it now being used for 10 different cancers. 

Gleevec (STI571)  is the first of a new class of antiproliferative agents called signal transduction inhibitors, which interfere with the pathways that signal the growth of tumor cells. Gleevec (STI571) is targeted to the specific biochemical abnormality found predominantly in a form of leukemia called chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Gleevec (STI571) kills the abnormal cells while having little effect on normal cell growth. Laboratory studies have shown that Gleevec also inhibits an enzyme called C-Kit which is present in a relatively rare form of cancer called GIST (Gastro Intestinal Stromal Tumor).

In the cases shown on Dr. Oz’s show, the patients did not lose their hair or have the terrible side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.  It will not work for all cancers, but I believe it is definately something to check out.

Also, he susgested using most produce as cancer prevention foods.  If it’s God-given foods, I believe He created them with a purpose for health and healing.   Watch out for Genetically Modified foods and use organic when possible.  Relieve your life of stress when possible by relaxing, meditating on God’s Word, having fun, and loving others.

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Fruits and veggies are an important choice in a healthy diet, but many contain pesticide residues.  And not all the pesticides used to kill bugs, grubs, or fungus on the farm washes off with water. You can reduce your exposure to pesticides by as much as 80% if you avoiding the most contaminated foods in the grocery store.  Also, it’s important to use produce washing products or other home remedies like salt water, vinegar, or food-grade peroxide.

Here’s a list of foods to buy organic.  Check with your local grocer and see if they will carry organic.  It’s worth the extra expense for the following foods.  Also, you can check with your local co-ops and farmer’s markets.

1. Celery
Celery has no protective skin, which makes it almost impossible to wash off the chemicals.  There are over 60 different chemicals used on crops.

2. Peaches
Multiple pesticides are applied to these delicately skinned fruits in conventional orchards. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives might be watermelon, tangerines, oranges, and grapefruit.

3. Strawberries
If you buy strawberries, especially out of season, they’re most likely imported from countries that have less-stringent regulations for pesticide use. 50 pesticides have been detected in residue on strawberries. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include kiwi and pineapples.

4. Apples
Like peaches, apples are typically grown with poisons to kill a variety of pests, from fungi to insects. Tests have found 42 different pesticides as residue on apples. Scrubbing and peeling doesn’t eliminate chemical residue completely, so it’s best to buy organic when it comes to apples. Peeling a fruit or vegetable also strips away many of their beneficial nutrients. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include watermelon, bananas, and tangerines.

Blueberries are treated with as many as 50 pesticides, making them one of the most toxic berries on the market.

Nectarines rank up there with apples and peaches among the worst tree fruit. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include, watermelon, papaya, and mango.

Bell peppers
Peppers have thin skins that don’t offer much of a barrier to pesticides. They’re often heavily sprayed with insecticides. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include green peas, broccoli, and cabbage.

Spinach can be tainted with as many as 48 different pesticides, making it one of the most contaminated green leafy vegetable.

Traditionally, kale is known as a hardier vegetable that rarely suffers from pests and disease, but it has high amounts of pesticide residues. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include cabbage, asparagus, and broccoli.

America’s popular spud can be laced with as many as 37 different pesticides. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include eggplant, cabbage, and earthy mushrooms.

Imported grapes run a much greater risk of contamination than those grown domestically.. Vineyards can be sprayed with different pesticides during different growth periods of the grape, and no amount of washing or peeling will eliminate contamination because of the grape’s thin skin. Can’t find organic? Safer alternatives include kiwi and raspberries.


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