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The Intestines

The Intestines The Site of Digestion's Last Chance Is a Barometer of Health The large intestine or colon is the last part of the body that food comes in contact with, the final digestive organ. As with everything in our universe, the colon can be the source of pleasure and pain. No one can deny the pleasure of a smooth visit to the toilet. On the other hand, the discomfort and disruption of diarrhea need not be described. The digestion of our food actually begins in our kitchens, since the first digestive organ is the pot in which our food is cooked. During cooking food reacts with the water, salt, or other ingredients and is physically broken down, chemically altered, and energized. The process is repeated three more...

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The Heart – Diagnosis

The Heart-Diagnosis Learn to Recognize Three Basic Body Types When diagnosing a person's tendency to heart disease we look for one of three basic body types. These three basic groups will also have related personality traits that are generally consistent for each group. Of course, human nature is never as clear-cut as writers would like it to be, and characteristics from one group will sometimes overlap the characteristics of another. However, using these suggestions as a basic guideline, you should be able to make quite a few interesting diagnoses the next time you're in a crowded bus or subway. The first group of people susceptible to heart disease are those who suffer from high blood pressure and are prone to heart attacks of a sudden, violent nature which...

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The Heart

The Heart-Body The Road to a Billion Beats Walk onto any busy street corner in America and look at the people passing by. Many of them are likely to have one big thing in common: heart disease. The symptoms will be as obvious as the noses on their faces. Ironically, most of those who have heart disease probably don't know it. Heart disease sneaks up on a person. The illness often begins to creep into a child's heart and vascular system before he or she is ten years old; for the next 440 or 50 years, it slowly and insidiously becomes worse, until at the age of 55 or 65 the person is killed by a heart attack. Then the relatives lament that he or she wasn't sick...

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The Gallbladder

The Gallbladder: Don't Underestimate the Importance of the Smallest Major Organ by Rob Allanson Hundreds of Thousands of Americans every year become more aware of their gallbladder when they are cut out in hospital operating rooms. Especially for Americans over 40, the gallbladder is the site of much pain and distress. If you'd like to introduce yourself to your own gallbladder, first lean forward and breathe out. Now, take the four fingers of your right hand and push them firmly (but gently) up under the right side of your rib cage. If you feel pain when you do this, you know two things: 1) that you have lots of company, and 2) that your liver and gallbladder are in less than ideal shape. Also, if you can't fit your fingers...

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The New Healing Paradigm

The New Healing Paradigm by Warren King L.Ac. WATER THE ROOTS AND NOT THE LEAVES This ancient saying in Chinese Medicine says that we must treat the cause (the root) and the symptoms (the leaves) will resolve themselves. If the warning signs are not heeded, but suppressed, then one day those annoying symptoms may resurface, but this time as more serious illness. Many of the symptoms that we experience are in reality the body's attempt to keep us balanced, and communicate to us that something needs to be corrected. They are like a smoke alarm, warning of a fire smoldering in the basement. Suppressing symptoms is like rolling out of bed, half asleep and cutting the wires to the alarm, instead of rousing ourselves, going downstairs, and extinguishing the...

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Municipal Water – Filter it!

Water: Our Main Ingredient By Warren King L.Ac. There is nothing more refreshing when you are hot and thirsty than clear, cold spring water. Water is not only refreshing but absolutely essential to life. The only nutrient that is more important to the body than water is oxygen. Our bodies are made up of about 80% water. Water is the crucial ingredient in our body’s self-cleansing system. We are very aware of the body’s normal elimination processes, but may not realize that unwanted substances are also eliminated through perspiration, which also require water. Certainly our kidneys will not be able to cleanse efficiently if there is not enough water in our system to carry away the waste. Finding pure drinking water is becoming a challenge. Our increasingly polluted world...

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Microwave Cooking

Microwave Cooking By Warren King L.Ac. Ninety percent of modern households have microwave ovens. Microwave ovens vibrate at over 2 million cycles per second (compared to 60 cycles for electric stoves), and the intense vibration can affect the cellular integrity of food as well as be absorbed by those who eat it. Salmonella bacteria , a main cause of food poisoning, have been found to survive in cold spots that do not fully cook. In a study by Dr. Radwan Farag of Cairo University, it was discovered that just two seconds of microwave energy destroys all the enzymes in a food, thus increasing our enzyme deficiency and altering the frequency of the food. Heating proteins in the microwave for 10 minutes or more may create a new, harmful...

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Sugar: Sweet Nothing

Sugar: Sweet Nothing By Warren King L.Ac. The following is a letter I wrote to my children’s school when they were considering a no sugar policy. A a result children are encouraged not to eat sugar at school. Even birthday parties are celebrated with skewered fruit, which the children enjoy more than the old birthday cakes. I was very excited to read your letter asking for a discussion of sugar, a topic very important to me, the children at school, and truly to this entire society and future. As a practitioner of natural medicine I treat children practically every day and I have hardly found one that can tolerate that white purified chemical we sweetly call sugar. Maria Montessori developed a wonderful system that enables us to bring out...

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Parasites & Health Problems

Parasite-Related Problems Gas and bloating  Psoriasis Eczema  Adult acne  Allergies  Asthma  Sinus  Urinary Tract Infections  Irritable Bowel Syndrome  Crohns Disease  Enteritis Tonsilitis  Chronic ear infections  Pelvic Inflammatory Disease  Vaginal and uterus irritations (need check partner)  Gingivitis Thrush  Periodontal disease  Prostatis, Benign prostatic hypertrophy  Chronic Herpes  CFS (Chronic Fatiuge Syndrome)  (virus in parasite) EI,  Environmental Illness  Fibromyalgia  Chronic bladder infections  Chronic sinusitis (bacteria is secondary)  Interstitial cycstitis  HIV/Aids clear parasites then can kill weak virus  Cervial Dysplasia/HPV  Human papiloma virus inside parasite  Chronic mono Hepatitis (virus in parasite in GB that reinfects liver)  Emphysema Dyslexia/ADD Infertility (man carries in prostate) no symptoms but later prostatitis and Cancer  Vitiligo  Learning disbilities  Hyperactivity, toxins from parasite throws off corpus callosum  Diaper rash (fungus, from parasite)  Colic ...

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Root Canal Cover-Up

Root Canals Pose Health Threat An Interview with George Meinig, D.D.S.  Dr. Meinig brings a most curious perspective to an expose of latent dangers of root canal therapy - fifty years ago he was one of the founders of the American Association of Endodontists (root canal specialists)! So he’s filled his share of root canals. And when he wasn’t filling canals himself, he was teaching the technique to dentists across the country at weekend seminars and clinics. About two years ago, having recently retired, he decided to read all 1174 pages of the detailed research of Dr. Weston Price, (D.D.S). Dr. Meinig was startled and shocked. Here was valid documentation of systemic illnesses resulting from latent infections lingering in filled roots. He has since written a book, Root...

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