When it comes to cancer treatment, chemotherapy does more harm than good. There are other, non-toxic approaches that are worth exploring.
Have you ever watched the way children eat? You can read the menu on their faces from milk mustaches, to cookie-crusted cheeks and dripping soup beards. As we grow up, we grow out of wearing our food on our faces – or do we? Our face and skin reflect our health and the quality of food that we put into our bodies.
Two recent studies have shown that Chlorella and Spirulina are more than nutritional powerhouses: They also have the ability to treat one of the world's fastest growing viral pandemics: Hepatitis C.
Milk thistle has been successfully used to treat liver inflammation for centuries. Over recent years, doctors have been applying it to hepatitis conditions with varying success. Now recent research is confirming that Milk thistle's primary constituent complex, Silymarin, may indeed be helpful for liver inflammation, but its ability to treat viral hepatitis is being questioned.
For more than 2,000 years, a spiky purple plant known as the “liver herb,” has been used for healing conditions from mushroom poisoning to indigestion. Modern researchers have now added the prevention of photo-aging and skin cancer to the long list of milk thistle’s benefits.
Ever since humans discovered fire, our activities have been releasing a "dog's breakfast" of unnatural chemistry. The list has grown to well over 75,000 free elements, compounds and pharmaceuticals. Many of these are acidic, electron-hungry oxidants and free radical generators.
Research on herbal remedies for increasing breast milk production have found that several natural compounds have the ability to safely stimulate an increase in breast milk production and thereby increase infant weight and growth.