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Buyer’s Guide for Health Foods – Part 3

Conrad LeBeau

Health foods to consider stocking in your pantry, frig or freezer.

Acai frozen pulp – 2 to 3 ounces daily added to a fruit smoothie with 20 grams of whey protein helps burn abdominal fat. Use once a day in the morning.

Apple Cider Vinegar – raw and organic – One teaspoon in water taken with or between meals helps with digestion and weight loss.

Bee Pollen – contains 25% lecithin, a fat emulsifier, and is a natural source of probiotics, and trace minerals. Local bee pollen helps promote natural immunity to allergies from grass and trees. Start off with a few grains daily and gradually increase the dose.

Bitter Melon – supports normal blood sugar levels, and liver health.

Blackseed Oil made from Black Cumin – Adult dose – one tsp. twice daily. (helps with weight loss by increasing insulin sensitivity )

Castor Oil – used topically or orally – supports white blood cells function and counts – detoxifies the liver and other organs, kills parasites. Castor oil packs with a heat pad over the liver helps to reduce hepatitis viral loads; over the lungs – clears them of most chronic infections, kills parasites, improves breathing, promotes thymus gland function when done over the upper part of the chest.

Cayenne – helps with digestion, warms the body, combined with kelp increases body temperature, improves the action of other herbs. Daily use helps to prevent heart attacks. One teaspoon in a glass of water will stop most heart attacks and strokes in progress. Cayenne dissolves a blood clot, and unlike aspirin, will not promote bleeding.

Note: the longer you wait to use cayenne after a stroke or heart attack, the less effective it is. See your doctor before taking cayenne if you are on blood thinners.

Cinnamon – the spice to lower blood sugar levels and improve insulin resistance. Adult dose: 2 or 3 capsules twice daily.

Coral Calcium - fossilized from ancient sea coral beds. A great natural source of calcium and trace minerals. Often magnesium oxide is added to create a 2 to 1 ratio of calcium to magnesium. Taken before bedtime, it promotes sleep, stronger bones and teeth, dissolves calcium spurs, helps to prevent osteoporosis.

Curcumin with Turmeric – a powerful anti-inflammatory – reduces pain from multiple sources, used for arthritis and rheumatism.

Green Foods – chlorella, spirulina, blue-green algae, seaweed, kale, broccoli, parsley, spinach and other dark green foods. For eye and heart health, digestive health, (rich in chlorophyll, lutein, Co-Q10 for energy)

Enzymes – vegetarian – help reduce food allergies, sensitivities and digestion problems.

Flaxseed Oil – cold pressed – source of Omega 3, for thinner blood, anti-inflammatory. Adult dose – one tablespoon daily mixed with non-fat yogurt or low fat cottage cheese. One tablespoon of flaxseed oil daily will usually get rid of psoriasis in about two weeks.

Fenugreek seeds – an ancient remedy for modern ills. Helps with all stomach, intestinal and colon problems. Dissolves hardened mucus and fat. Helps to clear the lungs and improves breathing. Raises testosterone levels in men without the side effects of prescription drugs. To make a decoction – place one tablespoon of whole fenugreek seeds in a pan with one and one-half cups of water and cover. Bring to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand for another 5 minutes. Strain and drink one or more cups daily or as directed.

Garlic – organic - one or two raw cloves daily sliced and eaten with crackers will boost the immune system, promote heart health and fight candida, parasites, bacterial infections, help prevent cancer, and normalize blood pressure.

Indian prepackaged frozen meals – these prepackages meals are mostly vegetarian, often with lentils and very spicy. They are great meals to lose weight and add fire to your digestion. Throw away the plastic container and place the contents in a shallow pan and warm it up on low heat. Cook some rice (jasime, arborio or steamed brown rice) and mound it in the center of a shallow bowl. Pour the Indian lentil or chickpea meal around the rice. Sprinkle some toasted onion on it or some fresh parsley. Enjoy a really healthy flavorful meal.

Lakewood Tart Cherry Juice – made from whole fresh fruit, not concentrate. Tasty and high in anti-oxidants. Tart cherry juice is a natural source of melatonin, a hormone that helps you sleep.

Lakewood Super Veggie blendOrganic - made from whole fresh vegetables , not concentrate. A powerhouse of antioxidants and other nutrients.

Lemons – organic – make your own lemonade and sweeten it with maple syrup. Add sliced lemons to ice water or sprinkle lemon slices with oregano and use them in a Greek salad. Use whole lemons to make the whole lemon olive oil liver flush drink.

Nuts and Seeds Almonds (for calcium, protein and minerals), Pine nuts (for weight loss), Brazil nuts (for natural selenium), Walnuts (for heart health), Pumpkin Seeds (promote prostate health), Raw Sunflower Seeds (for fat loss and circulatory health). Use mixed nuts to make your own nut milk. Adding Pine nuts emulsifies the nut milk so the ingredients do not separate.

Oils (Olive Oil – Extra Virgin, high oleic sunflower or safflower oil, coconut oil, and butter from 100% grass fed cows. Try Kerrygold from Ireland.)

Oregano – a spice used in salads and pasta dishes. Antibiotic. Oregano oil is a very powerful infection fighter. Best taken in capsules.

Passion Fruit pulp frozen (lowers blood pressure) anti-inflammatory. 3 ounces in a blender mixed with apple juice will lower blood pressure very rapidly. Avoid this fruit if you have low blood pressure. Found in Mexican grocery stores in the frozen food section.

Probiotics – yogurt, bee pollen, cultured cabbage, kefir, kombucha, probiotic cottage cheese. Fiber promotes probiotic growth.

Propolis and honey – combined together by YS Bee Farms. Honey fights infections and Propolis is an even more powerful infection fighter. Prevents some types of cancer, yeast infections, and help to wards off colds.

Royal Jelly in honey – rich in pantothenic acid - supports the adrenal glands. Contains RNA and DNA and improves the health of all cells in the body. An anti aging product from the beehive – the Queen bee outlives all the other bees. Best to use fresh royal jelly mixed with honey rather than in powder form. Keep refrigerated.

Sauerkraut - raw sauerkraut is a source of wild strains of L Plantarum. This probiotic promotes intestinal health, reduces food sensitivities and improves immunity to cancer. Lactic acid in sauerkraut kills intestinal infections, especially when combined with raw garlic.

Wheat Germ – rich in choline and inositol, fat burners, improves cardiovascular health. Helps balance blood sugar.

Wheat Grass – fresh or frozen from fresh pressed wheat grass. Look for it in the freezer of your health food store. A powerhouse of health building nutrients, trace minerals, SOD, and antioxidants. Anti-inflammatory, anti cancer.

Whey Proteinorganic and cold- processed – supports the adrenal glands, increases glutathione levels and detoxifies the body. Helps build muscle mass and lose belly fat. 20 grams mixed with fruit juice in a smoothie does the body good when taken once aday as a meal replacement.

Yams, pumpkin and sweet potatoes – don’t forget carrots, promotes good intestinal flora, and healthy intestinal mucosal membranes. A great source of beta carotene and other carotenoids.


A local resident shares his experiences with an Oriental Medicine Doctor (O.M.D)

June, 2014, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

by John Doe

Flu season is usually in the winter when the northern hemisphere is devoid of the sun’s virus killing UV rays. However, with days and weeks on end of rainy weather, and lack of daily sunshine, some kind of stomach flue bug began appearing locally. Symptoms were stomach discomfort, chest congestion, low-grade fever and aching joints.

Seeking to locate a store that sold Indian meals, I happened by chance upon a store brimming with Chinese herbs, most of them with labels written in the Chinese language and unreadable to me. As I walked along the aisle, a Chinese man approached me and asked me if I needed help. I told him I had some kind of a cold or stomach virus and was looking for some spicy Indian meals that I could take home. He then invited me to sit down. He told me he was a doctor of oriental medicine. It was my first such encounter.

He then felt the pulse in my right hand, then my left hand and then again my right hand. He said: “you have fever right now, you have some stomach discomfort and a pain in your right shoulder. “ He did all this in about 2 minutes.

I was amazed. How did he know all that about me? Everything he said was true. He then went on his computer and starting typing. I couldn’t see what he was doing, but I patiently waited. After a few minutes, he said he could make a special formula for me. It would cost $91 and take about 2 and one-half hours to prepare. I asked him what was in it and he said there were 18 herbs and plants in this special formula.

I thought, why not give this medicine man a try? I just did not have a lot of faith in allopathic doctors who only prescribe pills, and expensive ones at that. I said go ahead and gave him my credit card. I left and came back just before 4:30 pm that Saturday afternoon.

When I walked in I heard what sounded like a centrifuge in the back room and I could smell something cooking and it wasn’t cupcakes. It smelled like herbs, very aromatic and bitter. He came out and said it would be a few more minutes. When he emerged, he had a bag of prepackaged packets that were hot. Each contained about 4 or 5 ounces and the number was 25. The writing on each bag was all in Chinese.

He said it would help improve my breathing and I would feel better. He was modest in his claims. He told me to take 2 packets twice today and 2 three times a day the next day and then one 3 times a day for the next five day. I was advised to avoid lamb (which I rarely eat), avoid acid and spicy foods when using this formula.

When I got home and took my first 2 packets, it was still very warm and quite bitter. However, within a few hours the fever had broken and the aching in my joints was letting up. By the end of the next day, I was feeling much improved and I was amazed how quickly the formula worked.

By the next day I felt so good, I spent two hours cutting my lawn that now looked like a hayfield. Because the grass was wet, the lawn mower died about 40 or 50 times. I restarted it each time with my right had by quickly pulling the cord.

However, by Thursday. I had sharp pains in my shoulder, but no signs of the stomach flu and respiratory problems that I had the previous Saturday. I thought that maybe I had pulled a muscle or ligament in my right shoulder. I wondered if the Chinese medicine man might have something to help me so I paid him a visit.

When I described what happened, he asked me if the cold was gone and I assured him I could breathe just fine, he then picked up two products made in China– one was for bone and joint health and the other one was for ligaments.

Unlike the special mixture of 18 plants and herbs he had made up for me in the lab, these two products had names and the pills were small round beads. He told me how much to take after reading the instruction on the labels. He said to use these two together.

When I got home, I bit into the small beads of both products to taste them. Like the 18 herbal mixture he had previously made, both of these products were also very bitter.

He told me to swallow one packet of the small beads and to take 8 pellets of the other one. I decided to try just 4 pellets of the smaller bottle along with the big packet of smaller beads. To my amazement yet again, within a few hours, most of the pain I had in my shoulder was gone. I never did take the full dose he recommended as I felt I did not need it. I am now taking it intermittently as I need it. From my experience, this combination was a more powerful ant-inflammatory than Curcumin, that is extracted from Turmeric.

The products names

Both herbal formulations for bone and joint health and for ligaments are made in China and labeled as Dietary Supplements. Here are their names: Zhuang-GuGuan-Jie Wan Herbal Supplement. It comes in a red box and has 30 prepackages of small pellets. It is labeled as a Bone and Joint Formula. Each box has 30 packets. Ingredients: Rehmannia root tuber, Sichuan teasel root, Loranthus twig and leaf, Drynaria rhizome, Psoralea fruit, Spatholobus stem, Epimedium leaf, Angelica root.

Gastex Pill (Tianma Duzhong Wan) (for ligaments) Each bottle has 100 pills – 20 mg each. Ingredients: Gastrodia root, Eucommia bark, Chinese Foxglove root, Cyathula root, Seven Lobed yam, Notopterygium root, Angelica root.

Where to locate an Oriental Medicine doctor in your neighborhood

Go to nccaom.org or go to acaom.org or Search the internet for an Oriental Medicine Doctor. Also try asking a local acupuncturist. Check your Yellow Pages. At the first link at nccaom.org, you can type in your zip code and locate doctors of oriental medicine and licensed acupuncturist in your area. I was amazed how many were located in the Milwaukee area.

How to reduce eyestrain while using a computer

Conrad LeBeau

Everyone who uses a computer for several hours a day will eventually get eye fatigue. Older computers put out radiation that can cause eyestrain. Eyestrain can cause stress and elevate your pulse rate and blood pressure. Eyestrain can result in increased oxidative stress and even lead to blurred vision and cloudy vision (cataracts). With so much dependence on computers, what steps can be taken to reduce stress and eyestrain while using a computer.

Most computers today are flat screen and do not emit excessive radiation. It is wireless computers and computer settings that can create real problems. HIgh levels of microwave radiation travel from the wireless modems to the wireless computer. This goes both ways when active use of the internet is underway. The best solution is to get wired and avoid as many wireless devices as possible. Use all cell phones, ipads, iphones and laptop computers for emergencies only.

Cover all modems with a cardboard box lined with aluminum foil to prevent the microwave radiation from penetrating your body and your eyes. To prevent wireless devices from interrupting your sleep, turn off all wireless devices before bedtime and that includes cell phones. Don't accept AT and T wireless TV connections within a house.

This article was written on an I-Mac that is connected to an AT and T modem with an ethernet cable. The printer and another PC computer are all connected with cables. All wireless devices are either disconnected or shut off.

Computers, like most TV's are too bright, and emit too much light that stimulates and stress the pupils of the eyes. Televisions, like computers, also cause eyestrain.

On your computer or TV Menu, adjust the appearances, screen and display settings. Start off by reducing the brightness to minimum and reduce color to minimum settings. Reduce contrast if necessary. Most TV's cause eyestrain because they are too bright and the colors are too intense.

The second cause of eyestrain are flashing scenes that change rapidly. Rapidly changing scenes in action movies and ads over stimulate the neurons from the optic nerve to the brain. You don't have that kind of mental stress watching the Lawrence Welk Show or older classical movies. Advertisements today shift from one to another without even allowing the brain to rest for one split second between the ads.

Bright lights, bright colors, bright blues and bright white are all hard on the eyes. The best background colors are black, dark gray, tan, and grass or forest green. The screen you are looking at here has a light tan background. The font is set slightly larger than most fonts to make reading easier. The columns have been narrowed. Today's TV programs alter reality.

Adjust your TV so a scene looks like the real world when you look out of your window at a field of grass and trees. Here are some other things you can do to reduce eyestrain.

Avoid CFL light bulbs and other sources of florescent lighting.

Use incandescent or LED lights or natural sunlight if you have windows nearby.

Reduce brightness settings under "preferences" or "appearances" to the lowest possible level. Set background color to black or gray.

Avoid bright colors, as they are more intense.

Avoid a bright white background.

A background of soft off-white, almond, grass or forest green color may be easier on the eyes.

Set type size larger (150%) than normal size (100%).

Don’t stare at the computer.

Blink frequently to relax the eyes.

Shift your eyes away from the computer every few minutes or when you feel you need it.

Take a 10 minute break every half hour.

Finally, boycott websites and TV programs that cause eyestrain with too much rapidly changing scenes, flashing lights, small lettering (fonts), bright lights, bright white background, too much negativity, too much "be afraid drama" and the sky is falling mind-set. You get the idea.

Avoid jerky music, jerky cartoons and TV scenes that constantly change rapidly for effect. Don't feel pressured to follow the crowd. If you like mozart, classical music, Lawrence Welk, and a rocking chair, be proud of sanity, and enjoy it.

AT and T removes Wi-Fi (microwave signaling) from our modem

On March 10th, 2014, I reported in this blog that modems from AT and T, TWC, Comcast, and other internet providers area major source of microwave radiation, and equivalent to standing in front of a constantly running microwave oven or living near a cell phone tower. I verified the reading outputs with a Cornet Electrosmog Tester. Routers used for wireless connections also emit equally significant amounts of microwave radiation when actively in use.

Today June 16, our phone line with AT and T went dead and a technician was sent out to repair it. While the old modem was rebooted and uploaded with software, the technician decided to replace it with a new one. I showed him the box lined with double aluminum foil (that I had surrounded the modem with) to block the microwave signals. With the Cornet tester, I showed him exactly how much radiation was emitted by AT and T's modem and compared it to radiation leaking from a microwave oven. Both readings were in the red zone exceeding 180mw/m2.

He said he could disable the wireless WI-Fi signals from the modem. He made an internal adjustment to the new modem, and then entered it on my computer at AT and T's website. When the modem was turned back on, I no longer needed the aluminum box. The wireless microwave signals AKA WI-Fi was zero, just the way I like it. If you have a modem from any of the major internet providers (Time Warner, AT and T etc), and use ethernet or cables to connect to your various devices like printers, fax machines, etc, you can call your internet provider and have them disable the wireless signals (the Wi-Fi) being emitted out of the main modem so you don't need to be microwaved while you are working at your desktop computer.

I have observed friends that use laptop computer and 99% of the time, they stay on a desk at home when they are being used. At home or office, people using wireless laptops are in locations where it is just as easy to use a wired connection. I would also give up wireless television (Uverse), and would only using wired connections instead.

My own theory is that the overload of high frequency energy in the form of microwave radiation is taking its toll on the human body and is especially affecting the brain, and the adrenal glands, in an adverse way leading to fatigue, insomnia, and contributing to many of the diseases of civilization.

Study finds that exposure to sunlight early in the morning is linked to lower body mass index (BMI)

A study published on April 2 in Plos One magazine found that early risers who go outdoors have a lower body mass index. The title of the Plos One article: "Timing and Intensity of Light Correlate with Body Weight in Adults." The researchers for the study were Kathryn Reid, Giovanni Santostasi, Kelly Baron, John Wilson, Joseph Kang and Phyllis Zee.

The goal of the study was to evaluate the connection between light, sleep and body weight. 54 individuals, average age 30, and slim built, or at an ideal weight, participated in the study, which consisted of wearing an Actiwatch-L for 7 days.

This wrist watch measured the time and exposure to outdoor light. In a few words, exposure to early moring light correlated with a slimmer physique and was independnet of sleep duration and timing. Calorie intake was calculated from food intake during the study. April 4, 2014.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel quoted an article in the Los Angeles Times that stated: "Lighten up: Early risers have lower BMIs. To maximize your chances of fighting flab, new research offers some simple advice: Wake up early and go outside." "In a study by Danilenko and colleagues, exposure to at least 45 minutes of morning light (between 6–9 am at 1300 lux) for 3 weeks in obese women resulted in reduced body fat and appetite that was not related to differences in photoperiod [3].

Similar findings were reported in a study by Dunai and colleagues that combined both light and exercise compared to exercise alone in obese women and found both groups had a significant difference in BMI but there were greater reductions in body fat in the women in the light and exercise group [4]."

A poison pill (FDA approval) kills medical marijuana use in Wisconsin

The Milwaukee Journal stated this morning (6/16/14) that a derivative of marijuana called cannabidiol (CBD) used to treat seizures was approved by the State of Wisconsin, and signed by Gov. Scott Walker two months ago. In spite of this, no doctor in Wisconsin has prescribed it. The reason is that someone in the State Senate inserted the requirement for "FDA approval." This was done without understanding the legal and financial burdens created by the "poison pill" would be insurmountable.

The issues are similar to those I raised in my own legal battle with the FDA in Federal Court, namely, non-patentable herbs and foods and traditional medicinal's will never be FDA approved, because the law requires a patent, and any investment in an FDA approval process would never be financially recoverable without a patent.

One drug "Marinol," is an FDA approved alternative to smoking marijuana to promote appetite and weight gain but is not the same product as cannabidiol (CBD). Under the 10th amendment to the Bill of Rights, the State of Wisconsin or any other State can approve any drug, food, botanical or any Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) they want too - irrespective of the opinions of the FDA or any other federal agency.

State legislators need to be reminded that under the U.S. Constitution, Art 1, Sec 8., Congress has limited powers, and the balance of powers is retained by the States and by the people. The right to use any substance for its medicinal value is retained by the States under the 10th and by the people under the 9th amendment (Freedom of Choice in Medicine). The time is overdue for all states to legalize as medicine the use of food, and herbs including marijuana, traditional chinese medicine, acupuncture, and all other CAM remedies, and with a patient's consent, any experimental treatment including FDA approved drugs for off label (non-FDA approved) purposes; and to further state that all health care practitioners have the absolute right to use any of the foregoing remedies in the practice of medicine, and their license shall not be questioned for the use of any of the foregoing, regardless of the treatment outcome.

Note: The lobbyists for the pharmaceutical companies have made sure that no law has ever been passed requiring them to guarantee a cure or positive result for the use of their patented drugs and to be required by law to refund the money back to the patients and insurance companies when the treatment does not work. If the law required a money back guarantee for any treatment costing over a $1000 a month, you would be amazed how quickly the cost of many patented drugs would fall. Over the past decade the failure rate of many patented drugs in the $10,000 a month price range runs into trillions of dollars. Now, that would be some check to write. FDA approval has no practical economic value for the consumer without a money back guarantee of results. However, the market monopoly created by FDA approval is worth its weight in gold and then some for the holders of the patents.

Monsanto and the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA) sue Vermont over its recently enacted law on GMO labeling

A wide range of organizations are reporting the filing of this lawsuit that was promised by the GMA and Monsanto when Vermont's Gov. Peter Shumlin signed the nations' first ever GMO labeling law on May 8, 2014. Support for GMO labeling laws by members of moveon.org is important and crucial as the organization has 8 million members and can generate a lot of petitions and email to state officials as well as Washington.

The following are excerpts from an email by Anna Galland of MoveOn.org on Jun 22, 2014. -

Last month, Vermont passed the first-ever law requiring labeling of genetically engineered foods in the U.S., and Monsanto just announced they're suing the state of Vermont to stop the law from ever going into effect. This fight is crucial for the whole country, not just Vermont, because dozens of other states are poised to require labeling too—they just want someone else to go first because of the inevitable legal fight.

Organizations fighting Monsanto and the Grocery Manufacturers Assn. of America (GMA) who want to stop legal mandates to label genetically modified foods (GMOs)

Just Label It justlabelit.org

MoveOn moveon.org

Organic Consumers organicconsumersfund.org

Natural News naturalnews.com

Alliance for Natural Health anh-usa.org

Citizens for Health citizens.org and many more.

The Immune Restoration Handbook is updated and co-authored by Ronald Peters MD.

The Immune Restoration Handbook was completely revised in April 2014 and new chapters have been added. It is co-authored by Dr Ronald Peters MD, and was reformatted to 2 columns for easier reading with an updated index. You can now order this updated 3rd edition and receive a one year free subscription in print or an extended subscription to the Journal of Immunity. To order online, click here.

Top Health Issues, Narcotics and Big Pharma

The top health issues of our times are not limited to cancer and heart disease, but include systemic inflammation, digestive issues, allergies, hypertension, insomnia, immune dysfunction, obesity, type II diabetes, autism, aching joints, erectile dysfunction, and a mind-boggling array of symptoms caused by the side effects of many prescription drugs. Some of the worst health hazards are from narcotic painkillers whose chemical structure mimics heroin or cocaine.

Several decades ago, scientists working for Big Pharma figured out how to pull the wool over the eyes of the public by changing the names of their heroin and cocaine look-a-likes.

The Controlled Substances Act lists several Schedule II narcotics and addictive drugs that include oxycodone (OxyContin), methadone, methamphetamine, hydromorphone (Dilaudid), meperidine (Demerol), fentanyl, Dexedrine, Adderall, Ritalin and others. Schedule III drugs have less potential for abuse and addiction and include combination products with less than 15 milligrams of hydrocodone per dosage unit (Vicodin),

Products containing less than 90 milligrams of codeine per dosage unit (Tylenol with codeine), ketamine, and anabolic steroids. FDA allows up to 5 refills on Schedule III narcotics. Why so many? Nearly 20,000 deaths occur annually from the overdose and abuse of all narcotic drugs.

On June 25, 2014, Dr Joseph Mercola (*) wrote in an article that unscrupulous marketers of some weight loss supplements have secretly added illegal drugs to suppress the appetite. Some of these drugs can damage the liver. Another group of products, protein formulas, are muscle builders. Some of these products contain steroids to build muscle mass. These can also damage the liver. *mercola.com

Mass Media Advertising

Mass media advertising for drugs and some too good to be true weight loss supplements leaves the public vulnerable to shady marketers. With billions of advertising dollars being spent annually on television, these marketers want our minds and our wallets. The power of money exerts control at all levels – the politicians, the key regulatory agencies like the FDA, FTC and USDA, the hospitals, doctors and patients.

The judiciary is the only branch of government that is not corrupted by the power of money. The Court should exert more influence over the other two branches of government to rein in the arbitrary application of laws that primarily benefit wealthy political donors.

The public’s saving grace is the internet with its vast alternative media, the social media of facebook, twitter etc, thousands of blogs and alternative sources not controlled by Wall St. Public television and radio are also an important counterweight to the advertising dominated media. Public television and radio need our support to provide objective journalism.

Vaccine overload may be linked to several childhood diseases

May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — A new peer reviewed paper was published in a recent issue of Molecular and Genetic Medicine (S1:025, 2014) that presents convincing evidence that the rapid increase in the number of vaccines given to US children has now created a state of immune overload in the majority of young US children and that this is being manifested by related health issues including obesity, diabetes, and autism. The new paper is authored by immunologist J. Bart Classen, MD.

June 13, 2014. FDA v LeBeau update

It is now 16 months and counting since the last legal arguments were filed in this case. Under court rules, the local Federal Judge must review the case before it can be forwarded to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. A letter requesting an update on the status of the review was mailed to United States Chief Judge Charles Clevert on April 21, 2014. No reply was received as of June 30th. This silence creates a mystery. Has the FDA put pressure on Judge Clevert not to rule in this case???

This case is very important in setting limits on what the FDA can define as a drug. When foods that are intended to prevent or mitigate disease can no longer be defined as drugs based on speech, it restores the First Amendment and frees the use of scientific research and opinion. © 2014 Keep Hope Alive, PO Box 270041, West Allis WI 53227 414-231-9817. Home

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