- Reply to: A New Deficiency Implicated in Many Diseases: Antiviral Mannose-Binding Lectin Subject: Thank you!Comment: Dr. Adams, I particularly appreciate the articles you write regarding Fucoidan, Aloe and Glucosamine. They are important compounds that are typically missing in nearly everyones diet.
- Reply to: Pine Bark Extract Treats Psoriasis, Hemorrhoids, Hypertension Comment:
Pycnogenol occurs in high concentration in black pepper as well as pine bark, which makes me wonder how the concentrations compare between these two. There is research in GMI showing pycnogenol improves lupus/autoimmune disorders.
- Reply to: The Gut, Microbes and Poop Subject: Fetal GI tract not sterileComment:
Nice piece. What makes you think the fetal gut is "pristine in utero"? This is a fallacy without evidence. Children are born at least partially colonized.
- Reply to: Lime Juice Could Save 100's of Thousands of Lives Each Year Subject: Lime Juice/ Health IssuesComment:
I am so grateful to all those who take the time and trouble to do such wonderful research on health issues. They impart the knowledge objectively and then leave you to make an informed decision.
I have learnt so much. Seasons Greetings to all.
- Reply to: Miami Area Nuclear Plant In Partial Shutdown After Steam Leak Comment:
I have no love of the nuclear industry BUT...
...Where was the info on how to avoid radiation or at least a link in the article to GMI articles that suggest so?
As this was sent via GMI news letter and was in my inbox (I did not stumble on it) These are my thoughts on this.
This article has nothing to do with "Green Med" or healing with herbs (only that it is in Sayers proverbial Backyard), unless there was an accident and people need information on how to stay safe from radiation with natural remedies, this article is inappropriate.
Again another BS article and this time, surprisingly, from Sayer himself. I am very disappointed as I come to GMI for healing information NOT conspiratorial news on energy, even if it is couched in a warning. If one needed to investigate this one would use a different website.
Sorry I am a man of my word and in a private letter/email to you said if this type of article is allowed on GMI then I'm not interested in supporting/paying GMI so I will now remove the recurring payments and shall Endeavour to only see real health articles. If you feel this a harsh reaction then don't continue to put up BS reactionary articles that have nothing to do with this sites general philosophy.
I expected better form you Sayer.
- Reply to: Millions Wrongly Treated for 'Cancer,' National Cancer Institute Panel Confirms Subject: WarsComment:
Wars on cancers, drugs, terrorists, etc are very profitable for a few fear-generating extortionists. They seize the premise w false cause and effect scenarios...to distract the herd fr underlying conditions responsible. In the case of medicine, the paucity of truly preventive strategies along with politically correct misinformation perpetuates confusion and doubt.
Cancers can only thrive in a low energy, low charge, low oxygen environment..It takes a comprehensive holistic protocol to reverse these conditions..not a mythical silver bullet drug.
- Reply to: A Hopeful New Solution for Dietary Mineral Deficiency Subject: Desalinated ocean waterComment: Desalinated ocean water is available at http://www.sea-crop.com/. It is suitable for human use at 1 tsp in a glass of water up to 3 times per day. Take a couple days off per week and a week off per month, just to be safe. A month off every 3 months would also be prudent. Always consult with your physician as well.
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- Reply to: Wheat sprout extract reduces lens opacity and reverses age-related alterations in physiology. Comment: Can you tell me where to find the dosages used in this study.
- Reply to: Eating Wheat & Cow's Milk Disrupt DNA Expression & Antioxidant Status Subject: raw dairy vs pasteurized dairyComment:
As one of many thousands of people who have experienced profound health benefits from raw dairy, I am curious about other people's perspectives regarding the potential differences in the type of negative health effects associated with casein intake in this research. As far as I know, there have been few, if any, studies that are differentiating between these entirely different substances in nutritional studies (the only ones I know about now are happening at UC Davis...I'm hopeful that there are others). Perhaps if one's gut health is already compromised, it becomes that much more difficult to digest complex proteins (gluten and casein being two of the most complex proteins in our dies) leading to this panoply of inflammatory and epigenetic effects. There are tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people, who experienced different types and severity of pasteurized dairy intolerance, but do not have those reactions to raw dairy. Furthermore, many of these people I have talked to report that once they started paying attention to the bacterial balance and health of their gut, that they were then able to tolerate pasteurized dairy in modest amounts, where they were unable to do so before. Perhaps the issue, is more that most people do not have optimally functioning digestive systems rather than an inherend inability to digest casein?