The big problem with America is TOO MUCH SUGAR. It is the SWEET DECEPTION of things that taste great. Later in the year (2015) I will be doing a lecture about the BITTER SWEET TRUTH OF SUGAR AND FRUIT and its sweet deception. On the T.V. and the radio and internet and magazines we are constantly being told that fruit is great for you and that you should have your 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day…… but is this really true? Or, is it just some marketing gimmick that sounds great and allows the American Heart Association to convince everyone that they will be fine and never get heart disease. Well, I can share with you this much: the approach ain’t working. Heart disease is the number one leading cause of death in the United States and has been the leading cause of death for a few years now. If you live in the United States, your chances of getting heart disease are 1 in 2. That is a 50% chance. SUGAR CAUSES HEART DISEASE IN ALL FORMS. This is a documented fact and not my opinion. Sugar causes homocysteine levels to rise. Homocysteine leads to heart disease. Sugar also causes AGEs (Advanced Glycation End products) to go up and this leads to inflammation (increased c-Reactive Protein) and this then leads to heart disease. This is what happens. These chemicals as well as nuts and seeds and excessive spicy foods irritate the small intestine and the small intestine villi and microvilli and then lead to inflammation that negatively affects the heart and other parts of the body. This is new news for Western Medicine but in Traditional Chinese Medicine it has been known about for 100,000 years!!
Nothing could be more popular and exciting to healthy food and clinical nutrition advocates these days than the MICROBIOME. As a matter of fact, in San Rafael and other surrounding Marin County cities, the subject of the Microbiome is so popular that it is continually discussed on the radio (KPFA) and in social media and has become a very important part of the practice of Applied Clinical Nutrition in the entire Northern California region. What the microbiome is referring to is the populations of both friendly and unfriendly bacteria in your body – especially your digestive tract. Interestingly, there are more bacteria in your body than there are cells in the body.
Are you planning on getting a preventive double mastectomy?
There are 3 goals for this post:
Not to offend the reader.
Reveal the flawed thinking with any type of preventative Mastectomy surgical procedure or any other similar surgical procedure and the missing science.
Identify the depth of the flawed thinking and the greater implications for our entire society of this flawed thinking.
It may not be possible to accomplish all 3 of these goals with this post but perhaps it will be possible to accomplish 2 out of the 3 of them.
I feel compelled to share some information about female hormones. The largest study that has ever been done on Bio Identical Hormones and synthetic hormones and women is called the Million Women Study. You can learn more about female hormones and their effect on the body in this link here. I hope that you find this helpful.
No, I am not talking about diarrhea of the mouth. If you are a human, you have probably had Diarrhea at one time or another. If it is alright with you I would like to be permitted to take a few moments to share with you what caused me to choose to discuss diarrhea in this blog post and maybe even a little bit about the experiences of some people that I have known that have had diarrhea, including myself.
A flower is called Hua in Pinion (from Chinese). The pistils and stamen are in the center, the petals are on the sides, and the base and stem are below. Flowers are a token of life.A flower is called Hua in Pinion (from Chinese). The pistils and stamen are in the center, the petals are on the sides, and the base and stem are below. Flowers are a token of life.do without flowers. When we worship at a shrine, we offer flowers. When we marry, when we die, when we are honored, when we honor others, when we console each other, we have flowers with us. When someone is ill in the hospital, we bring flowers. Isn’t it because we have some sense that flowers can bring cheer and encourage life?