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Are There Natural Treatments for Familial Adenomatous Polyposis?

If you’ve gotten a diagnosis of Familial Adenomatous Polyposis, or FAP, you’ve probably been told that surgery is your only option. Without treatment, FAP results in a 100% chance of developing into colon cancer. That’s scary! Is there anything you can do? First of all, […]

Water Fluoridation – Dogma vs. Science

I’ll be writing some articles comparing Actual Research vs. Medical Dogma. Here is an excerpt from some research I have been doing for school: …both the pro- and anti-fluoridation positions are equally dogmatic, and claim to be using unbiased scientific studies to support their claims. […]

Milk – History and Safety

Milk is a food that is unique in that its primary purpose is to nourish a growing mammal. Animal milk is a traditional food that has been consumed for thousands of years in many varied cultures (Rose, 2015). Because milk spoils very quickly, it has […]

Sibo

A Review of SIBO, IBS, and IBD Protocols from Drs. Siebecker, Sandberg-Lewis, and Kharrazian: For SIBO patients following GAPS, SCD or SCD + LOW FODMAPs and for Crohn’s patients following SCD, the bone broths must be made from meat and marrow bones only, no cartilage. […]

Saturated Fat

It is an understatement to say that corn oil isn’t benefecial for treating heart disease, it actually contributes to it! Other studies …

Advertencia: Antibióticos Fluoroquinolonas Pueden Causar Daño Permanente Del Nervio

Por el Dr. Mercola – http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/25/fluoroquinolone-antibiotics.aspx Traducido por Robert y Sheila Stephens La Food and Drug Administration (FDA) emitió recientemente una advertencia de que los antibióticos de fluoroquinolona, ​​tomados por vía oral o por inyección, conllevan un riesgo para la neuropatía periférica permanente. Dice el […]

Leaky Gut – All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask :)

The mucosa is the inner lining of the digestive tract; a mucous membrane. The innermost layer of the mucosa is a single layer of cells called the epithelium. The epithelial cells of the digestive tract are held together in tight junctions. The tight junctions are […]