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your body needs IODINE . . . part 2 of 3 on thinning hair

I have been reading a bunch of scientific papers by David Brownstein and G. Abraham on iodine, as I have suspected that iodine deficiency may be partly to blame for the fact that 1 in 4 American women has a thyroid problem (countless men, too), and most of those are undiagnosed.   You may know […]

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why is everyone’s hair thinning? . . . part 1 of 3

Hugs and thanks and prayers back, for peace for you, everyone who commented on my last blog (and all you lurkers who emailed me, too).   Your kindness and prayers for my family mean more to me than I know how to express. Onward and upward.   One of my biggest frustrations in helping people […]

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where to buy unrefined salt . . . part 2 of 2

This continues a review of one of my favorite things, OHCS, and a link for where to buy completely unrefined salt. A double-blind study done in Austria in 2003 examined the effects of  drinking a minimum of 1.5 liters of water with  table salt, versus 1.5 liters of water with Original Himalayan Crystal Salt (OHCS). […]

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Need motivation to eat less meat and more plants? . . . part 2 of 12

Today, great stats on whether dairy products contribute to health:   Asians have little or no osteoporosis.   They also (until recently) have been nonconsumers of dairy products.   (Besides eating much less meat and almost no dairy products, they also drink few sodas, get lots of exercise, and eat more vegetables.)   The huge […]

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Last comments about WHY BUY BLENDTEC rather than VitaMix

By the way, a nice thing about having two machines (or three, like I have) is that as a GSG evangelist, you want to lend someone a machine. I *always* have my second VM lent out. For a while my cleaning lady had it while she saved for her own, and currently my teaching assistant, […]

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Cracking skin, what can I use?

Dear Robyn, I get cracking skin right around the front fo my thumb nail and it hurts.   Many times it bleeds or just makes big ridges like a deep valley.   It will heal up then occure again.   I wash my hands constantly due to three children and potty training.   Do you […]

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How much water should a person drink a day . . . part 6 of 6 on WATER

From Dr. B’s interview with Mike Adams:   “. . . there are 60 million Americans who don’t realize that actually hypertension is one of the manifestations of drought management programs of the body when the body begins to operate a reverse osmosis process, to deliver water into the interior of those cells which are […]

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How do you know you’re dehydrated? More than just dry mouth! . . . part 4 of 6 on WATER

This is from Dr. B’s interview with Mike Adams, one of the last he gave before he died in his late 70′s.   We should realize more signs and symptoms of being low on water than just dry mouth.   “The human body manifests dehydration by a series of symptoms and signs, perceptive symptoms of […]

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Go and wash in the water: are the simplest answers the hardest? . . . part 3 of 6 on WATER

Dr. B’s plain, simple, commonsense advice to drink 1 ounce of water for every 2 lbs. of body weight reminds me of another story.   In the Bible, Naaman was a captain in the Syrian army, and he was very ill with leprosy.   He went to Elisha the prophet, the introduction having been made […]

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How does dehydration effect the heart . . . part 2 of 6 on WATER

(Yes, sorry, I’m aware “effect” should be “affect,” but that’s the search phrase people use according to my research assistant, Steff:   how does dehydration effect the heart!)   Dr. B studied over 3,000 peptic ulcer patients and found that all of them responded favorably to being hydrated.   Though his theories have gained much […]

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