Three-day-old broccoli sprouts mobilize the body’s natural cancer-fighting resources

  Scientists at the John Hopkins School of Medicine have found a new and highly concentrated source of sulforaphane, a compound they identified in 1992 that helps mobilise the body’s natural cancer-fighting resources and reduces risk of developing cancer. "Three-day-old broccoli sprouts consistently contain 20 to 50 times the amount of chemo-protective compounds found in […]

Black Raspberries Kill Esophageal Cancer Cells

by Sherry Baker, Health Sciences Editor (NaturalNews) The adult esophagus is only about 10 to 13 inches long and three fourths of an inch across at its smallest point. However, this small muscular tube is a critical part of the digestive system. When you eat, your esophagus carries food and liquid from the mouth to […]

Healing Cancer From Inside Out (DVD Review)

  A Must See for Anyone with Cancer This is an intensely researched DVD, containing information that will absolutely astound the viewer. Much of the information in this DVD has never been revealed before, and will cause most viewers to seriously reevaluate the entire cancer issue. In this 2-hour video, Mike Anderson challenges the viewer […]

Curtin University misled about ADHD drug

Julie-Anne Davies | January 10, 2009 Article from:  The Australian THE ethics committee of an Australian university gave the green light to a study involving a trial of a new ADHD drug after being wrongly told by a researcher that the US Food and Drug Administration had dropped a “black box” warning that the drug […]

Steroid Hormones Explained

Glossary Estrogens ESTRONE E1 ESTRADIOL E2 ESTRIOL E3 PROGESTERONE TESTOSTERONE CORTISOL MELATONIN DHEAS Estrogens Estrogens are a group of Female Sexual Steroid Hormones produced in the Ovaries and (to a lesser extent in males) the Testes. Estrogens raise HDL Cholesterol levels and lower LDL Cholesterol levels. Estrogens improve Blood Circulation to the Brain (and thereby […]

Health Risk for over-medicated Elderly

Julie Robotham January 5, 2009 Elderly people receive no benefit from long-term use of many common medicines, and their health may even improve if they stop taking them, an Australian study has found. Ceasing to take medicines such as sleeping pills and antidepressants improved people’s mental abilities and reduced the likelihood of serious falls, according […]

Prostate Health

  Don’t Be Hesitant – Help For Prostate Enlargement Is Available   One of the most common health problems experienced by men is Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH. BPH is just a medical term that means a man’s prostate gland has become bigger than it should be. Because the prostate gland wraps around a part […]

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 […]

New Study Shows Natural Treatment Effective for Advanced Prostate Cancer

by Sherry Baker, Health Sciences Editor (NaturalNews) Could a natural substance effectively treat advanced prostate cancer? And could clinical trials of that potential cure be thwarted because drug companies know they can’t make money out of a treatment that can’t be patented? The answer to both those questions is "yes". A study just published in […]

Books by Author Henry Osiecki

  Henry Osiecki has been a leading Clinical Nutritionist in Australia for over 20 years. Over the past two decades he has changed practitioners perception of nutritional thinking from one that is diet based to one that is biochemically and physiologically based.   Henry Osiecki graduated from the University of Queensland in 1973 obtaining a […]

Is Your Digestive System Not Feeling Quite Right?

Do you only pay attention to your digestive system when there is a problem? Maybe after you have eaten a large meal and feel bloated? Or perhaps you pay attention to your digestive system only when you have had changes in bowel movements, like diarrhoea or constipation? If this is the case, some digestive support […]

Pectin Power: Why Fruits And Vegetables May Protect Against Cancer’s Spread

  Scientists have found a new possible explanation for why people who eat more fruit and vegetables may gain protection against the spread of cancers. They have shown that a fragment released from pectin, found in all fruits and vegetables, binds to and is believed to inhibit galectin 3 (Gal3), a protein that plays a […]