Illness

The Message of the Crucifixion: Living with ME

The Message of the Crucifixion: Living with ME

I have lived with ME for over 40 years. I developed my own highly individualised ‘body-management’ strategy for dealing with his problem and wrote a book about my adventures.  I also developed an effective ‘mind-management’ strategy.  As a result, I now have my ME thoroughly under control and am in a unique position to help others. This video  – The Message of the Crucifixion (a 29-minute re... »

Irritable bowel syndrome self help tips

Irritable bowel syndrome self help tips

Irritable bowel syndrome is increasingly common doubtless because of the pressures of modern living. Stress adversely affects our gut and many people are so busy that they simply do not have the energy to be considerate about their diet, choosing food more for convenience than nutrition. Eating to get by is OK for short periods but now this is the staple way to eat for many of us and our digestive... »

Former frontman of The Smiths cancels US shows

Former frontman of The Smiths cancels US shows

It’s been a tough time for celebrities; Justin Bieber was recently rushed to hospital after collapsing on stage, Kelly Osbourne suffered a seizure, and solo artist Morrissey has been forced to cancel his upcoming US shows due to illness. The former frontman of Manchester indie band The Smiths – famous for songs including This Charming Man, There is a Light That Never Goes Out and Girlf... »

The Queen in “good health” following gastric flu scare

The Queen in “good health” following gastric flu scare

We were concerned to hear The Queen was admitted to a London hospital yesterday (Sunday) with suspected gastroenteritis. However, following an assessment for the symptoms of the illness, she has left the hospital today (Monday). After being taken to London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital as a precaution on Sunday – her first hospital stay in 10 years – The Queen is now back ho... »

A sweet cure for wounds and ulcers

A sweet cure for wounds and ulcers

You may be partial to a spoonful or two in your morning coffee, but did you know sugar is also believed to be beneficial for healing wounds? According to new research, folk medicine from Africa may hold the key to treating wounds that defy modern medicine.   The research revealed pouring granulated sugar directly onto bed sores, leg ulcers and amputations promotes healing, where antibiotics h... »

Aspartame Special Report – Coming soon!

Aspartame Special Report – Coming soon!

Last month we brought you a hugely popular blog post about aspartame, sharing with you just some of a 92-strong list of reasons why you should avoid the artificial sweetener. Today, we’re bringing you news of a brand new no-holds barred expose about the dangerous ingredient, which is added to everything from soda to chewing gum. That’s right, our team of writers has put together a thor... »

Increase bone density, the natural way

Increase bone density, the natural way

We all know milk is great for building strong bones, but today we’re bringing you details of another natural option to try – Algaecal. Promising to increase bone density in just six months (or double your money back!),  the calcium supplement is easy to swallow and digest, and helps increase bone mass safely and naturally.   Did you know, almost every calcium supplement on the mar... »

GMO corn linked to cancer tumors

GMO corn linked to cancer tumors

Rats have developed horrifying tumors after eating genetically-modified (GMO) corn, it has been revealed. As a result of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto’s genetically modified corn, the rats also developed widespread organ damage, with some dying prematurely. Published recently in The Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal, the findings were al... »

Hope for cancer patients, say British specialists

Hope for cancer patients, say British specialists

The latest from the world of conventional medicine is the news that “cancer will become a manageable disease rather than a death sentence.” A new treatment, which is thought to be available within five years,  sees patients have their tumour’s DNA, its genetic code, sequenced, enabling doctors to ensure they give exactly the right drugs to help keep the disease at bay. Doctors hope it ... »

Charcoal for illness: A brief history

Charcoal for illness: A brief history

Charcoal is naturally active/adsorbent and has a long history of use as a filter, as an adsorbent, and as an antidote to poisons. Historical records of its use in these areas and others go far back into history as early as 1500 BC in Egypt. Hippocrates, circa 400 BC and then Pliny, AD 50 recorded the use of charcoal in a wide range of applications, and the principal use appears to have been to ads... »

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