Vitamin B1 Reverses Kidney Damage in Diabetics, So Why Won’t Doctors Recommend It?

by Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor   (NaturalNews) New research shows that the low-cost vitamin Thiamine (vitamin B1) reverses kidney damage in diabetics, restoring the ability of the kidneys to function without allowing proteins to spill over into the urine. The finding proves that a very low-cost treatment is highly effective and could serve as a […]

Study Shows Kiwifruit Ranked Among Highest in Antioxidants

  by David Gutierrez (NaturalNews) The antioxidants found in kiwifruit are absorbed by the body more effectively than those from other antioxidant-rich fruits, according to a study conducted by researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center in Little Rock, and published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. Researchers […]

The Dangers Versus the Benefits of Raw Milk: The Truth Exposed

  Originally published September 19 2008by Sheryl Walters (NaturalNews) If you read what the FDA says about raw milk, you would believe that you are jeopardizing your life by drinking it. They say (this is taken from their website): “Raw milk can harbor dangerous microorganisms that can pose serious health risks to you and your […]

Diet and Disease

By Edward Esko There is now an increasing volume of evidence linking the way we eat with our physical and mental health, leading to a widespread and growing interest, among both medical professionals and the public at large, in applying diet as a solution to the modern health crisis. There is no question that our […]

Mediterranean Diet Leads to Lower Mortality, Enhanced Longevity

  by David Gutierrez (NaturalNews) Sticking more closely to a Mediterranean diet may lead to a longer life, according to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The researchers say that the study is the first to examine a connection between the diet and mortality in a U.S. population. Researchers examined data […]

Still drinking Coca-Cola ?

  This article appeared on 12 June 2008 in our local newspaper (Berwick News): A 29 year old mother of three children drank up to 36 (thirtysix ! – no error…) litres of Coca-Cola per day for 6 years. Doctors had told her to stop drinking the substance or she would die. She has since […]

Modern Medicine: A Major Cause of Chronic Disease (Part 1)

By Walter Last I do not want to pretend that this is an impartial investigation. Instead I am now fully convinced that most chronic diseases are caused by the medical system, and in the following I want to state my reasons for this conclusion. Increasingly over the years my health beliefs have been turned around. […]

Modern Medicine: A Major Cause of Chronic Disease (Part 2)

… continued from Part 1 THE OBESITY EPIDEMIC I could write a book about all the health problems caused by the medical-pharmaceutical complex and the neglectful way in which health authorities contribute to our diseases. In addition to directly causing diseases, these same forces also prevent the healing of disease by restricting, suppressing and persecuting […]

Exposing the Cholesterol Fraud

  Originally published by the Dr. Rath Health Foundation By Aleksandra Niedzwiecki Hundreds of millions of people worldwide (100 million in the USA) again have their health and lives put at risk in order to increase profits for the drug companies! Newly released information about the study with Vitorin, a widely prescribed cholesterol lowering drug, reveals […]

Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Beans – Raising An Allergy Free Child

  by Roni Ellison (NewsTarget) It would seem, according to the journal of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, that children with diets over 40 grams (1/3 cup) of 'fruity vegetables' such as cucumber, tomato, eggplant, green bean and zucchini, were less likely to suffer with symptoms of childhood asthma. The study, which was conducted on 460 […]

Which Vitamin Will Improve Your Life Expectancy the Most?

  17 Oct 2007  Vitamin D supplements may lower your risk of dying from any cause, according to a new European study. Researchers from the European Institute of Oncology in Milan, Italy, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France, reviewed 18 trials of more than 57,000 people. The trials involved doses […]