There is a very large and growing body of evidence which calls into question how we eat, what we eat, how often we eat, and how the food, nutrition, and healthcare industries may have played direct roles in the high levels of obesity and the numerous metabolic-mediated conditions which are plaguing the world including diabetes, atherosclerotic heart disease, hypertension, cancer, and many more.
Here, several of these ideas are presented in a manner intended to help further these discussions for the benefit of all.
In the end, health and wellness are the most valuable assets of any person or business. Knowledge is power. Empower yourself.
Wishing you much health and success!
In the course of our work, we have come across a substantial amount of information that has generally eluded mainstream acknowledgement, despite some very significant scientific and medical support and individual outcomes. For this reason, we have agreed to share some of these findings in an effort to further education and elicit discussion of these topics.
In no way are we intending to provide medical or healthcare advice, nor should it be assumed that we agree with all the information being presented. This information is provided simply for general consideration and to open a discussion between individuals and their licensed healthcare practitioners.
We encourage you to reach out to the presenters for additional information.
We sincerely hope this helps.
Considerable research has shown the many potential benefits of altering the frequency of meals. This topic focuses on how often one eats.
Years of research have shed a bright light on some real concerns regarding sugar consumption. Sucrose. Fructose. High Fructose Corn Syrup. The information being presented is worth considering.
Decades of research have demonstrated some unexpected benefits of consuming high levels of Vitamin C. This includes oral dosing, as well as therapeutic intravenous administration under the care of a licensed healthcare practitioner.
Despite the value of whole-food, plant-based diets, there is growing concern over the lectin (plant proteins) in many of these foods. A full understanding of this issue is very important to prevent leaky gut and the resulting plethora of medical conditions which may be caused by inadvertently consuming the wrong foods or consuming them without adequate preparation.
With more and more individuals being diagnosed with cancer, it is remarkable that decades of research have only increased the lifespan of many patients by only a few months with conventional therapies for many cancer types. Further discussion and understanding are warranted.
A growing number of patients and medical practitioners are raising the alarm regarding both the perceived and actual conflicts which exist in the practice of medicine and in medical research. These concerns should be discussed with medical practitioners to thoroughly understand the basis for "facts" and treatment protocols, to offer the best possible options to all patients.