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Mercury in Dental Fillings

12 Points on Mercury in "Silver" Dental Fillings By Dr. John Whitman Ray N.D., M.D. (M.A.)  1. I have had the pleasure of testing several hundred patients and students in my field of Body Electronics with the Jerome Mercury Vapor Analyzer. I have found only two people in all my testing who have not evidenced a continual toxic exposure to mercury vapor emanating from silver amalgam dental fillings under normal chewing compression. The amount of mercury vapor emitted under normal chewing compression exceeded in ten seconds what the maximum allowable mercury exposure would be in industry in a 40 hour work week as is indicated by both Russian and U.S.A. standards. This amount of exposure to mercury vapor is totally unacceptable to the scientific mind. 2. Dentists have...

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EMFs – Health Hazard?

Electromagnetic Fields and Health By Richard W. Woodley - Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee  Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation are separated on the electromagnetic spectrum by visible light - a frequency of roughly 500 trillion cycles a second. Above that frequency is ionizing radiation which contains enough energy to physically alter the atoms it strikes, changing them into charged particles called ions. Below visible light the low frequency waves are non-ionizing - they do not possess enough energy to charge atoms. Ionizing radiation, such as nuclear radiation and X-rays, have long been known to be harmful. However, the question of the health effects of electromagnetic radiation, which is non- ionizing is a controversial one. Some of the first warnings came in 1972 when scientists in the Soviet Union reported...

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Fluoride – a Carcinogen?

Fluoride  Have you looked at the small print on a tube of Crest lately, here’s what it says, ‘keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately.’ Summary of what is unacceptable about water fluoridation: 1) Uncontrolled random dosages. It is impossible to consistently supply any medication through the drinking water. People are very unique in their sensitivity to drugs and resent being medicated without their consent. Adding fluoride to drinking water invariably leads to uncontrolled random dosages. Infants and adults who drink more beverages will be overdosed. There are many well documented scientifically verified negative side-effects from exposure to fluoride. 2) No margin for safety. There is a negative...

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Chemicals in Soaps & Cosmetics

Chemicals in Soaps, Shampoos, Bubble Baths, Toothpaste and Cosmetics  From Home Brewed Cancer and other Maladies published by Network  News and Publications 1965 to 1982 over 4 million distinct chemical compounds formulated At least 250,000 new formulations created annually since then Approximately 3,000 chemicals are added to our foods 700 have been found in drinking water 400 have been identified in human tissue Over 500 can be found under the kitchen sinks or in the laundry rooms of American homes Over 800 neuro toxic chemical compounds are used in the cosmetic and perfume industries. Propylene Glycol: The Anti-Freeze Ingredient Propylene Glycol everywhere! It’s the main ingredient in … anti-freeze, what is it then doing in shampoos, deodorant, cosmetics, lotions and toothpaste? You need to understand what it could do to your health: What is Propylene Glycol? American Heritage Encyclopedia Dictionary:...

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The Calcium Question

The Calcium Question  By Jennette Turner We’ve been hearing a lot about bone health lately-- from the dairy industry (all those celebrities with mustaches...

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Caffeine: Trouble Brewing

Caffeine: Trouble Brewing  By Jennette Turner Every morning, all across America, folks are having their morning cup o’Joe- with breakfast or without; at home or in a cafe- at work or in the car. It's popular stuff, as evidenced by the vast proliferation of coffeehouses and espresso bars. In fact, the average American drinks over 30 gallons of coffee a year! The average American also drinks 32 gallons of caffeinated sodas a year, and about as much tea. Plus, there are hundreds of over the counter medications that list caffeine in their ingredients, like headache and allergy medicines. And then there's the caffeine in chocolate- candy, cocoa, ice cream, cookies, pastries...

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Beware of Canola Oil

Beware of Canola Oil  By Warren King L.Ac. I have checked the compatibility of canola oil on thousands of patients and have found that in around 90% of people it shows to damage the liver. This is very concerning since within the last two years practically every prepared food product, even in ‘health food’ stores now use this cheap and unhealthy oil. The following is an article that I found on the Internet describing the dangers of this oil. --- Canola oil is derived from the mustard family and is considered a toxic and poisonous weed, which when processed, becomes rancid very quickly. It has been shown to cause lung cancer (Wall Street Journal, 6/7/95). It is very inexpensive to grow and harvest. Insects won’t eat it. Some typical and...

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Sweet Veggie Drink

Sweet Vegetable Drink Sweet vegetables provide a readily available source of complex carbohydrates that can help relieve the symptoms of hypoglycemia, including fatigue, anxiety, the craving for sweets, and a diminishing appetite for sex. They may be eaten regularly in the diet, or taken in the more concentrated form of sweet vegetable drink. This drink is also good for softening tightness caused by heavy animal food consumption and for relaxing the body and muscles. Use equal amounts of four sweet vegetables, finely chopped (onions, carrots, cabbage and sweet winter squash). Boil 4 times the amount of water and allow to boil for two to three minutes. Reduce flame to low, cover and simmer for 15 - 20 minutes. You may strain the vegetables from the broth (and use them...

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Kuzu for Winter

Kuzu: A Home Remedy for Winter This alkalizing yangizing drink can be used for many conditions. It was originally created as drink for cancer patients to neutralize an acidic blood condition, to be the first food to be taken in the morning. It can balance you out if you have become too yin from excess fruit or sweets or anytime when many would reach for a Tums, Peptobismol, Rolaids or other such digestive symptom remedies. Try it after Thanksgiving dinner! The first thing I would take for signs of a cold or flu, or after vomiting, diarrhea, acid indigestion or stomach upset. (as long as not caused by excess salty foods, in which case hot apple juice and kuzu would be better). It is useful when...

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Ginger Compress

Ginger Compress The ginger compress is very easy, safe and effective. It works very quickly and will afford relief to anyone suffering from discomfort and pain. It can be used in any part of the body. Some of the conditions it can be used for include back pain on any part of the spine, congested or weak intestines, ovaries or prostate, arthritis, hepatitis, cystitis, diarrhea/dysentery or kidney pain. ITEMS REQUIRED Pot with a close-fitting lid. The size depends on your purpose, but for general use a gallon size is best. Cheesecloth, cotton or muslin sack to hold the ginger Grater 4-6 cotton towels about 2 feet square plus 1 bath towel 4 pints water 1 ounce of ginger per quart of water METHOD Pour water into pot, cover, place on stove, and bring to a...

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