I was not particularly surprised to see the latest fraud-fad, eating meat is dangerous. There were headlines in the newspapers, top-of-the-hour radio reports, and prime-time television stories.
I’ve recently started distributing a raw food product in conjunction with my existing nutrition business and was hoping to get your thoughts on the product. It’s called Mila, and is a proprietary blend of 8 different CHIA seeds, cut, to make the high Omega 3 content more bio-available. I am hearing so many great testimonials …
Health professionals and lay people alike are often told that alkaline is better and that more is merrier. Technically, this is not true.
I was curious about your information on cysteine and curing hangovers. Is there any evidence that cysteine can help migraines? Do you have any information at all on treating migraines?
A top-ten, Letterman-style, black-humor video script by Steven Fowkes: It looks like I will not have time in any near future to be able to videotape this, so here it is in script form.
I’ll be doing two series of posts about reversing Alzheimer’s, one for medical professionals and scientists, and another for lay readers. The first one should be relatively comprehensive, and the second should be simple and straightforward.
The failures of containment in Japanese nuclear reactors following the recent earthquake and subsequent tsunamis have generated fresh concern about radioactive-exposure risks.
Do supplements such as ASEA increase intracellular glutathione?
Does the process of saturating polyunsaturated fats create trans fats?
The attached article 1) shows a high correlation of plasma lecithin (phosphatidyl choline, PC) and two of its metabolites (TMAO and betaine) with cardiovascular disease in a 2000 patient clinical study), and 2) shows the induction of lipid-laden macrophages and 3X increase in aortic atherosclerosis in mice that were force-fed PC.